Name:Sam Goodfellow
Title:Tenured Professor History
Department:History
Location:WH 206
Phone:+1 (573) 592-6266
E-mail:Sam.Goodfellow@westminster-mo.edu
   
Biography
Current Position: Full Professor
Chair, History
 
 
Education
Ph.D., History, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1991.
M.A., West European Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1984.
B.A., History and German Studies, Tufts University, Medford, MA, 1979.
 
Courses Taught
  • Western Civilization I and II
  • World History I and II
  • African Civilization
  • Introduction to International Studies
  • Nineteenth Century Europe
  • Europe and Africa in the 19th Century
  • Europe in the Twentieth Century, 1900-1945
  • Europe Since 1945
  • World War II
  • Nazi Germany
  • Modern European Women
  • History Through Film
  • World War II Through Film
  • Modern Germany
  • Modern European Jewish History
  • European Fascism
  • History of Imperialism
  • Imperialism in Africa
  • World War I
  • Europe and Africa, 1850-1918
  • From Stettin to Trieste: Central Europe
  • International Study Abroad
  • Terrorism

Scholarly/Professional Highlights
  • President’s Award For Teaching Excellence, 2012.
  • "Fascism and Regionalism in Alsace,"  National Identities, June 2010.
  • "Fascism as a Transnational Movement: The Case of Alsace," Contemporary European History, 2012.
  • “Autonomy or Colony: The Politics of Alsace’s Relationship to France in the Interwar Era,”  in: Views From the Margins: Creating Identities in Modern France, Kevin J. Callahan and Sarah A. Curtis, eds., Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009.  
  • Review Article: “Are the Gatekeepers of MemoryAwake?” Patterns of Prejudice, July 2001.
  • Between the Swastika and the Cross of Lorraine: Fascisms in Interwar Alsace, DeKalb, IL:  Northern Illinois University Press, 1999.
 
Current Teaching/Research Interests
Teaching:  Transnational Studies; World and Western History; African History
 
Research
1940s: The Pivotal Decade, ongoing book project; Germans in Southwest Africa, Fascism; African History.

Personal Information
Married to Dr. Judith Goodman; two children
Interests:  Tennis, Mountaineering, Art-pastel and drawing