Nicole Dombrowski Risser, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of History

Director, Master of Science Program in Social Science

Linthicum Hall 119C

Towson University

Office Hours:
By appointment
Tel. 410-704-2907



Ph.D.    New York University, 1995 

B.A.     University of Wisconsin, Madison 1987

Employment History:

Princeton University, Lecturer (1995-98)

New York University, Instructor (1994-95)

Joined Towson University Faculty, 1998



Women and War in the Twentieth Century: Enlisted With or Without Consent

(Garland Publishing: 1999)
(Routledge Publishing: 2004)


Undergraduate Courses Offered:

HIST 103: European Civilization 1789-1945 HIST 431: Modern FranceHIST 300: Research Seminar on the French Revolution HIST 365: Comparative History of the Modern Family

HIST 484: History and Memory of the Holocaust

Future Courses:

Europe in the 20th Century

Art and Politics of French Empire

Graduate Courses Offered:

SOSC 600: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Global Problems

SOSC 602: Comparative Imperialisms

Research Interests:World War II:

Refugee Resettlement Gender

German Occupation of France

20th Century France

European Women's' History

Updated: March 4, 2005