Noah Benezra Strote, "Fascism and How to Overcome It: A Conversation"
Professor Noah Strote comes to The Regulator for "Fascism and How to Overcome It: A Conversation and Book Launch with Historian Noah Strote."
Fascism is on everyone's minds. Our focus has been on identifying it and understanding its causes. History, though, provides another set of lessons about how to overcome it. In this talk and discussion, Professor Noah Strote (NC-State, Department of History) will discuss his work on Germany's transition from fascism to democracy, with attention to the lessons it has for us today.
Noah Benezra Strote is assistant professor of European history at North Carolina State University. His new book, Lions and Lambs: Conflict in Weimar and the Creation of Post-Nazi Germany is a bold new interpretation of Germany’s democratic transformation in the 20th century, focusing on a group of intellectuals who shaped the post-Nazi reconstruction. A former fellow at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, Strote currently lives in Durham, NC.