G. Daniel Cohen
Associate Professor of History
Email: gdcohen  rice.edu Phone: x2543 Office: 305 Humanities
ON LEAVE 2012-2013
- Ph.D., New York University, 2001
- M.A. New York University, 1993
- M.A. Institute of French Studies, New York University, 1992
- B.A. Tel Aviv University, 1991
Areas of Interest
- Modern France
- Modern Europe
- Human rights and migration studies
Research and Teaching
Professor Cohen supervises graduate students working in the field of Modern European History, French History, human rights and international law, as well as migration studies.
- In War’s Wake: European Refugees in the Postwar Order (Oxford University Press, 2011).
“The ‘Human Rights Revolution’ at Work: Refugees and Displaced Persons in Postwar Europe” in Stefan Ludwig Hoffmann and Dieter Gosewinkel (eds.), Human Rights in the Twentieth Century, Cambridge University Press, 2010
- Between Relief and Politics: Refugee Humanitarianism in Post-War Europe,”Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 43 (3), July 2008 437-450.
- “The Politics of Recognition: Jewish Refugees in Relief Policies and Human Rights Debates, 1945-1950”, Immigrants and Minorities 24 (2), July 2006, 125-144.
- “Remembering Postwar Displaced Persons: From Omission to Resurrection” in Mareike König, Rainer Ohliger (eds.), Enlarging European Memory. Migration Movements in Historical Perspective, Stuttgart (Thorbecke Verlag), 2006, pp.87-97
|In War's Wake:
in the Postwar Order (2011)
|“The ‘Human Rights
Revolution’ at Work:
Displaced Persons in
Postwar Europe” (2010)
|“Between Relief and
|“The Politics of Recognition:
Jewish Refugees in
Relief Policies and
Human Rights Debates,
| “Remembering Postwar
From Omission to