Sara Pugach, Professor

Sara Pugach, Professor, Department of History
College of Natural & Social Sciences
Department of History
Office Location: KH A4028
Phone: 323-343-2027 Email: [email protected]

EDUCATION - Ph.D., History, University of Chicago, 2001; MA, Literature and History, Washington University in St. Louis, 1994; BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1991
RECENT PUBLICATIONS: “African Students and the Politics of Race and Gender in the German Democratic Republic, 1957-1976,” in Comrades of Color: East Germany and the Varieties of World Socialism, edited by Quinn Slobodian, Berghahn books, 2016; “Politics, Ideology, and Racial Ambivalence in the 1960s German Democratic Republic,” in Different Germans, Many Germanies: Transatlantic Perspectives, edited by Konrad Jarausch, Harald Wenzel, and Karin Goihl, Berghahn Books, 2016; Africa in Translation: A History of Colonial Linguistics in Germany and Beyond, 1814-1945, University of Michigan Press, 2012.    
WORKS IN PROGRESS: Manuscript on the History of African Students in the former East Germany; After the Imperialist Imagination: A Quarter Century of Research on Global Germany, co-edited with David Pizzo and Adam Blackler, under consideration at Peter Lang







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