Dr. Anders Henriksson
United States of America
Ph.D., University of Toronto M.A., University of Toronto B.A., University of Rochester Russia, Modern Europe, Women’s History, Medieval England, World War I
Dr. Henriksson is author of Vassals and Citizens: The Baltic Germans in Constitutional Russia, 1905-1914 and The Tsar’s Loyal Germans: The Riga German Community: Social Change and the Nationality Question, 1855-1905. He is a co-author of The City in Late Imperial Russia and has published articles in Russian Review, Canadian Slavonic Papers, The Journal of Baltic Studies, and The Wilson Quarterly. His research interests focus on the role of class, ethnicity, and gender in modern Russia and Eastern Europe. He is currently at work on a collaborative study of the global political, social, economic, and cultural impact of the First World War. Also a chronicler of the humorous side of campus life, Dr. Henriksson is compiler of Non Campus Mentis: World History According to College Students and College in a Nutskull.