Charles S. Maier

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Charles S. Maier, historian, is "the Director of the Center for European Studies and the Krupp Foundation Professor of European Studies, and has recently completed service as Chair of the Committee on Degrees in Social Studies. He teaches 'core' courses on the two world wars, post-war Europe, and international relations, as well as History Department offerings on twentieth-century topics on modern Italy. He is the author of Dissolution: The Crisis of Communism and the End of East Germany (1997); The Unmasterable Past: History, Holocaust, and German National Identity (1988); In Search of Stability: Explorations in Historical Political Economy (1987); Recasting Bourgeois Europe (1975, 1988); as well as editor of several collaborative volumes, among them: The Marshall Plan and Germany (1991), Changing Boundaries of the Political (1987), and The Politics of Inflation and Economic Stagnation (1985)."[1]