Professor in the History Department of the City College, City University of New York
Ida E. King Distinguished Scholar during 1993-1994
r. Huttenbach got his B.A. in French Literature at Gonzaga University and his Ph.D. in History at the University of Washington. He is the author of five books and many articles on the Holocaust. He is also the Editor-in- chief of Nationalities Papers, and founder of an international seminar, “Jews, Poles, and Ukrainians in their Historical Encounter” at Columbia University. Dr. Huttenbach currently teaches history at the City College, City University of New York.
Ph.D. in History, University of Washington
B.A. in French Literature, Gonzaga University
Areas of Expertise:
Holocaust Studies and Genocide Studies, 20th Century History, Intergroup relationships, Politics
- Esparza, Marcia, Henry R. Huttenbach, and Daniel Feierstein. State Violence and Genocide in Latin America: The Cold War Years. London: Routledge, 2010.
- The Philosophical and Practical Limitations of Genocide Prediction and Prevention. New Haven, CT: Yale Center for International and Area Studies, 1999.
- Old Jews, New Jews: Why Have Anti-semitism and Anti-gypsism Survived Auschwitz? Ravenna: Longo, 1996.
- The Destruction of the Jewish Community of Worms, 1933-1945: A Study of the Holocaust Experience in Germany. New York: Memorial Committee of Jewish Victims of Nazism from Worms, 1981.
- The Emigration Book of Worms: The Character and Dimension of the Jewish Exodus from a Small German Jewish Community, 1933-1941. Koblenz: Selbstverlag Der Landesarchivverwaltung Rheinland-Pfalz, 1974.