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Faculty Fellow, Eisenberg Institute for Historical StudiesAssociate ProfessorFred Cuny Chair in the History of Human Rights
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Pamela Ballinger is the Fred Cuny Professor of International Human Rights and an associate professor of history at the University of Michigan. She earned her Ph.D. in anthropology and history at The Johns Hopkins University. Her interests encompass refugees and displacement, human rights, memory, fascism, and seascapes, focusing on the Mediterranean and the Balkans. Current projects include: Other Seas: Charting New Courses in History and Forgotten Refugees: Decolonization, Displaced Persons, and the Reconstruction of Italy.
"At the Borders of Force." In Postwar Reconstruction in Europe: International Perspectives, 1945-1948. Mark Mazower, David Feldman, and Jessica Reinisch, eds. Past and PresentSupplement Series 210. (2011)
"Socialist Secularism: Gender, Religion, and Muslim Women's Emancipation in Bulgaria and Yugoslavia, 1945-1991." Co-authored with Kristen Ghodsee. Aspasia 5: 6-27. (2011)
La Memoria dell’Esilio: Esodo e Identità nella Marca Giuliana. Rome: Veltro Editrice. Italian translation of History in Exile (Princeton University Press, 2003), with a new preface.
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