Professor of History and International Affairs
Phillips Hall 304
|Address:||801 22nd St. NW
Andrew Zimmerman is an award-winning teacher whose research focuses on modern Germany, the United States, and West Africa. He is working on a project tentatively titled "Slaves and Soldiers in the Red and Black Atlantic: A Transnational and Revolutionary History of the American Civil War." (Complete C.V.)
Ph.D., University of California, San Diego. 1998.
“Cotton Booms, Cotton Busts, and the Civil War in West Africa,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 10 (2011): 454-463.
“Primitive Art, Primitive Accumulation, and the Origin of the Work of Art in German New Guinea,” History of the Present 1 (2011): 5-30.
“Three Logics of Race: Theory and Exception in the Transnational History of Empire,” New Global Studies 4 (2010), issue 1, article 6.
Alabama in Africa: Booker T. Washington, the German Empire, and the Globalization of the New South. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010.
“‘What do you really want in German East Africa, Herr Professor?’ Counterinsurgency and the Science Effect in Colonial Tanzania.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 48 (2006): 419-461.
“Decolonizing Weber.” Postcolonial Studies 9 (2006): 53-79.
“A German Alabama in Africa: The Tuskegee Expedition to German Togo and the Transnational Origins of West African Cotton Growers.” American Historical Review 110 (2005): 1362-1398.
"Anti-Semitism as Skill: Rudolf Virchow’s Schulstatistik and the Racial Composition of Germany.” Central European History 32 (1999): 409-429.
Hist 3124: 19th-Century Europe
Hist 3160: History of Germany
Hist 6050: Modernization, Imperialism, Globalization (MIG)
Hist 297: Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century German History