Paul Bartrop, Ph. D.

Professor of History and Director of the Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Florida Gulf Coast University
Ida E. King Distinguished Scholar from 2011-2012

Paul Bartrop
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r. Paul Bartrop is a renowned Australian historian of the Holocaust and other genocides. He is Head of the History Department at Bialik College in Melbourne, and has taught widely as a visiting scholar at other institutions in Australia and the United States. He serves on the Editorial Boards of the following academic journals: Holocaust and Genocide Studies and Antisemitism. In addition, Dr. Bartrop is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Genocide Education Project, California. He is a consultant of the Jewish Holocaust Center in Melbourne. He is currently the Vice-President of the Midwest Jewish Studies Association.

Among his many publications includes his book False Havens: The British Enpire and the Holocaust, which was nominated for the United States National Jewish Book Award.

1989: Ph.D., Monash University
1982: M.A., La Trobe University (Melbourne)
1977: B.A., Honors, La Trobe University (Melbourne)

Areas of Expertise:
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Australian History, Research, Education

Selected Publications Include: