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McKitrick, Frederick L

Frederick McKitrick, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor
  • Chair, Department of Art & Design

Department: Art and Design, History and Anthropology

Office: Howard Hall 319

Phone: 732-263-5752

Email: fmckitri@monmouth.edu


Professor McKitrick is a specialist in the history of Modern Germany, 20th century Europe, and the French Revolution. He is the author of “An Unexpected Path to Modernisation: The Case of German Artisans during the Second World War,” which appeared in the Journal of Contemporary European History, 1996.

Education

Ph.D., Columbia University

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2022 Spring

  • French Revolution and Napoleon – HS 344
  • Senior Show – AR SHO

2021 Fall

  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2021 Spring

2020 Fall

  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2020 Summer A

  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II – HS 102

2020 Spring

  • Modern Germany, 1914-Present – HS 358

2019 Fall

  • Blood & Iron: Germany in the Nineteenth Century – HS 357
  • French Revolution – HS 542
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I – HS 101

2019 Summer A

  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II – HS 102

2019 Spring

  • French Revolution and Napoleon – HS 344
  • Research Seminar in History – HS 461
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II – HS 102

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Blood & Iron: Germany in the Nineteenth Century (HS 357)
  • Europe Since 1939 (HS 272)
  • Europe, 1914-1939 (HS 271)
  • French Revolution (HS 542)
  • French Revolution and Napoleon (HS 344)
  • Modern Germany, 1914-Present (HS 358)
  • Research Seminar in European History (HS 441)
  • Research Seminar in History (HS 461)
  • Seminar in European History (HS 441)
  • Senior Show (AR SHO)
  • The German Empire, 1871-1914 (HS 544)
  • The Third Reich (HS 547)
  • The Weimar Republic, 1918-1933 (HS 546)
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective I (HS 101)
  • Western Civilization in World Perspective II (HS 102)
  • World War I (HS 545)