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   Jeffrey Auerbach
    Professor of History
    California State University, Northridge
    18111 Nordhoff Street
    Northridge, CA  91330-8250

    Office:    Sierra Tower 603
    Hours:    Tuesdays 2-4 and by appointment
    Phone:    818-677-3561
    Email:     jeffrey(dot)auerbach(at)

Research Interests: Jeffrey Auerbach is the author of The Great Exhibition of 1851: A Nation on Display (Yale University Press, 1999) and co-editor of Britain, the Empire, and the World at the Great Exhibition of 1851 (Ashgate, 2008). He contributed an essay on "Exhibitions and Empire" to Empire Online (accessible through the CSUN Library), and was a founding world history editor of History Compass, an e-journal for history. During the 2001-2 academic year, he coordinated a world history speaker series funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities under the title "Global Encounters." An occasional consultant for the History Channel and the BBC, Prof. Auerbach is currently working on a book about the British Empire. A complete listing of publications and papers can be found on his curriculum vitae. Book Cover Ashgate Book

CurrentCourses (Fall 2013):
History 151 (Western Civilization since 1500)
History 434 (European Colonialism)
History 498 (The British Mandate in Palestine)

Other Courses Offered
History 110 (World History to 1500)
History 434 (European Colonialism)
History 446 (Nineteenth-Century Europe)
History 453 (Modern Britain)
History 453 (Britain in Film, British History through Film)
History 496 (The British Empire) 
History 497 (Proseminar: Henry Stanley and African Exploration)
History 497 (Proseminar: Imperial Crisis)
History 497 (Proseminar: The Empire Writes Back - Indian Travelers to Britain)
History 498 (Tutorial: Victorian Women)
History 531 (Graduate Colloquium: The Rise of the West in Global Perspective)
History 595 (Graduate Colloquium: The First World War)
History 596 (Graduate Colloquium: Modern Britain)
History 596 (Graduate Colloquium: Ten Years that Shook the World)
History 641 (Graduate Research Seminar: Europe from the Periphery)

Created 8/10/2000; Last Modified 8/20/2013