Ms. Rosemarie Eichler
Eichler concentrates on 20th century modern European history with an emphasis on nationalism, ethnicity and cultural imperialism. Her primary research focus is the ethnic cleansing of Germans, especially in the Balkans, during the Nazi and immediate post-WWII eras. Related interests include Islam and its importance in the Balkan area. Eichler teaches Humanities in the Western Tradition, World Civilizations: Middle East, and European history. In addition, she serves as the Associate Director of both Humanities and World Civilizations, coordinates undergraduate advising, and functions as a curriculum liaison with the College of Education.
M.A. - University of Akron