Elun Gabriel is a professor of modern European history at St. Lawrence University. He teaches courses on 19th and 20th century Europe, European women’s history, World War I, the Holocaust, and genocide, among others. His scholarship concerns the political culture of imperial Germany (1871-1918). He is the author of the book Assassins & Conspirators: Anarchism, Socialism, and Political Culture in Imperial Germany (Northern Illinois University Press, 2014).
Elun became interested in teaching a course on genocide as he reflected on the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide in 2004 and his own lack of awareness ime that it was occuring.
Fall 2018 - Genocide in the Modern World [F-18-33]
Spring 2017 - The Holocaust [S-17-32]
Spring 2015 - The Shock of the Great War [S-15-51]