Jay Winter

Prof. Ph.D. Jay Winter

Yale University
Department of History
320 York Street
New Haven, CT 06520-8324

Website: http://history.yale.edu/people/jay-winter
Position / Tätigkeit:

Charles J. Stille Professor of History

Forschungs- und Interessengebiete:
  • World War I and its impact on the twentieth century
  • remembrance of war, memorials and mourning sites in the twentieth century
  • causes and institutions of war
  • British popular culture in the era of the Great War
  • Armenian genocide of 1915
wichtigste Veröffentlichungen:

Socialism and the Challenge of War, London 1974

The Great War and the British People, London 1988

The Experience of World War I, London 1988

Sites of Memory, Sites of Mourning. The Great War in European Cultural History, Cambridge 1995

(ed., with Jean-Louis Robert) Capital Cities at War. Paris, London, Berlin 1914–1919, 2 vols, Cambridge 1997/2007

(ed., with Emmanuel Sivan) War and Remembrance in the Twentieth Century, Cambridge 1999

Dreams of Peace and Freedom. Utopian Moments in the Twentieth Century, New Haven 2006

Remembering War. The Great War between History and Memory in the Twentieth Century, New Haven 2006

(with Antoine Prost) René Cassin and Human Rights. From the Great War to the Universal Declaration, Cambridge 2013

(ed.) The Cambridge History of the First World War, 3 vols, Paris and Cambridge 2013/14