Seipp, Adam individual record
Dr. Seipp's research focuses on war and social change in modern Germany, particularly the period since 1945.
He is currently working on two research projects. The first is a social history of the American military presence in the Federal Republic of Germany from 1945-1995. The second examines the role of testimony in shaping narratives of concentration camp liberation in the United States and Germany.
education and training
- Ph.D. in History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - (Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States) 2005
- M.A. in History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - (Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States) 2001
- B.A. in History and African Studies (with highest honors), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - (Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States) 1998
- Seipp, A. R. (2022). Capital of Spies: Intelligence Agencies in Berlin during the Coldy War. JOURNAL OF MILITARY HISTORY. 86(4), 1048-1050.
- Seipp, A. R. (2022). Fulda Gap: A board game, West German society, and a battle that never happened, 1975-85. WAR & SOCIETY. 41(3), 201-219.
- Seipp, A. R. (2022). War, Peace, and Narratives of European History since 1914. WAR & SOCIETY. 42(1), 52-59.
- Seipp, A. R. (2021). Allied Internment Camps in Occupied Germany: Extrajudicial Detention in the Name of Denazification, 1945-1950.. JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY. 93(4), 948-950.
- Seipp, A. R. (2021). Cities of Refuge: German Jews in London and New York, 1935-1945. CENTRAL EUROPEAN HISTORY. 54(2), 407-409.
- Meng, M., & Seipp, A. R. (2017). Modern Germany in transatlantic perspective.
- Seipp, A. R. (2016). The Ordeal of Peace, Demobilization and the Urban Experience in Britain and Germany, 19171921. Taylor & Francis.
- Seipp, A. R. (2013). Strangers in the wild place: Refugees, Americans, and a German town, 1945-1952.
- Seipp, A. R. (2013). Refugees, Americans, and a German Town, 1945-1952. Indiana University Press.
- Seipp, A. R. (2022). Chapter 6. Running Over Trees in Germany: Social Movements and the US Army, 197585. Rethinking Social Movements after '68. 133-152. DE GRUYTER.
- Meng, M., & Seipp, A. R. (2022). Introduction. From Ruination to Renewal: Konrad Jarauschs Europe. Modern Germany in Transatlantic Perspective. 1-18. DE GRUYTER.
- Seipp, A. R. (2018). War and Society in Modern Europe. Muehlbauer, M. S., & Ulbrich, D. J. (Eds.), The Routledge History of Global War and Society. 103-114. Taylor and Francis.
- Seipp, A. R. (2015). The Most Beautiful Spot on Gods Green Earth. Archives, Microhistory, and the Story of Europes DPs. Defrance, C., Denis, J., & Maspero, J. (Eds.), Personnes dplaces et guerre froide en Allemagne occupe. Peter Lang.
- Seipp, A. R. (2012). Post World War I Demobilization. Oxford Bibliographies. Oxford University Press.
- Seipp, A. R., & Sinn, A. A. (2018). Landscapes of the Uprooted: Displacement in Postwar Europe. HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE STUDIES. 32(1), 1-7.
- Seipp, A. R. (2017). "'Hold On' is the Order of the Hour": Consent, Dissent, and Mobilization in 1917. SOUTH CENTRAL REVIEW. 34(3), 58-72.
- Seipp, A. R. (2017). Introduction: 1917 and the 20th Century. SOUTH CENTRAL REVIEW. 34(3), 2-7.
Repository Documents / Preprints2
- Seipp, A. (2017). WWI Conference Part 2.
- Seipp, A. (2017). WWI Conference Part 3.
- Seipp, A. R. (2022). Holocaust comparisons are frequent in US politics and reflect a shallow understanding of the actual genocide and the US response. - An article submitted to The Conversation
in the news
- Fall Doctoral Commencement Student Speaker Shares His Unconventional Journey To A Ph.D. Texas A&M Today December 10, 2020
awards and honors
recent teaching activities
- HIST402 Germany Since 1815 Instructor
- HIST405 History Of Holocaust Instructor
- HIST481 Seminar In History Instructor
- HIST485 Directed Studies Instructor
- HIST629 Research Methods Instructor
chaired theses and dissertations
- Davis, Steven Benjamin (2017-05). Tales of Expulsion: Remembering Population Transfer in West Germany and the Czech Lands, 1968-1997. (Doctoral Dissertation)
Texas A&M University; History; 4236 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4236