Warren Rosenblum | Webster University

Warren Rosenblum, PhD

Warren Rosenblum

Professor of History, Politics, & International Relations
H. Sam Priest Center 213
(314) 968-7066

(photo courtesy: the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)




PhD, University of Michigan, 1999
BA, Cornell University, 1988

Areas of Interests

History of Modern Europe
World History


Warren Rosenblum is professor of history and chair of the History, Politics, and International Relations Department at Webster University in St. Louis. He is the author of Beyond the Prison Gates: Punishment and Welfare in Germany, 1850-1933, which won the Baker-Burton Prize of the Southern Historical Association. He has also published essays on the history of disability, eugnics and euthanasia, and antisemitism in modern Europe. He is currently finishing a book about an antisemitic justice scandal in the Weimar Republic, and working on a major study of the treatment of the “feeble-minded” in modern Europe. Rosenblum serves on the Executive Committee of the Holocaust Museum and Learning Center in St. Louis and is a fellow of the Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies at Webster. He has been a visiting professor at SUNY – Binghamton, Bowdoin College, and Deep Springs College and a visiting fellow at Harvard University’s Center for European Studies and the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial and Museum in Washington D.C.