Daniela R. P. Weiner is a COLLEGE Lecturer in the Civic, Liberal, and Global Education program.
Previously, she was a Jim Joseph Postdoctoral Fellow in the Concentration in Education & Jewish Studies in the Stanford Graduate School of Education (2020-2022). She is a historian of modern European history (with a focus on Germany and Italy), modern Jewish history, and the Holocaust. Her current book project, "Teaching a Dark Chapter," explores how the post-fascist countries of East Germany, West Germany, and Italy taught the Second World War and the Holocaust in their educational systems. It specifically explores the representations of these events in textbooks. A new project focuses on the history of baptism and conversion during the Holocaust.
Her research has been published in Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society, and Journal of Contemporary History. She has received fellowships/grants from: the Fulbright U.S. Student Program (Germany, AY 2018- 2019); the Leibniz Institute for Educational Media | Georg Eckert Institute; the German Historical Institute, Washington, D.C.; the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies; and the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies.
Lecturer, Stanford Introductory Studies - Civic, Liberal, and Global Education
Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations
Member, Association for Jewish Studies (2016 - Present)
Member, German Studies Association (2018 - Present)
Editorial Board Member, AJS Perspectives: The Magazine of the Association for Jewish Studies (2021 - Present)
PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, History (2020)
Graduate Certificate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Jewish Studies (2020)
MA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, History (2017)
MS, Johns Hopkins University, Education: Educational Studies (2014)
AB, Vassar College, History and Italian (2012)
- Teaching about Fascism(s): The Relationship between Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany in East German, West German, and Italian Textbooks, 1950-60 JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY 2021
American and British Efforts to Democratize Schoolbooks in Occupied Italy and Germany from 1943 to 1949
Journal of Educational Media, Memory and Society
2020; 12 (1): 121–45
View details for DOI 10.3167/jemms.2020.120106
- Tendentious texts: Holocaust representations and nation-rebuilding in East German, Italian, and West German schoolbooks, 1949-1989 JOURNAL OF MODERN JEWISH STUDIES 2018; 17 (3): 342–60