Includes correspondence relating to Browning’s Alexander-von Humboldt Forschungspreises award, a Faculty Fellowship from UNC-Chapel Hill, a fellowship at the National Humanities Center, and a research and travel grant from the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill named dedicated to Browning.
ncludes assorted reviews by Browning on other books by Holocaust scholars for various publications in both English and German. Publications include Neue Politische Literartur, Holocaust and Genocide Studies journal, Journal of Genocide Research, the Canadian Journal of History, and many others.
Correspondence sent to Browning regarding his professional life as a Holocaust scholar, writer, speaker, and professor. Includes correspondence from other scholars in response to Browning’s articles, books, and essays and students with inquiries about letters of recommendation and post-graduation plans.
Correspondence, including letters, postcards, thank you cards, and Christmas cards, sent to Browning and his family (including wife, Jennifer) from colleagues, students, and friends that do not pertain to his professional work in a professional capacity.