Mary Fulbrook is professor of German History. She studied at Newnham College, Cambridge, as an undergraduate, and at Harvard University, where she did her MA and PhD; she has also held a Harvard Center for European Studies Krupp Fellowship at the LSE, and a Lady Margaret Research Fellowship at New Hall, Cambridge. Mary Fulbrook's contributions to UCL include serving as executive dean of the Faculty of Social and History Sciences (2013–’18); vice-dean (Interdisciplinarity), Faculty of Arts and Humanities (2010–’13); and nearly a dozen years as head of the German Department (January 1995 to September 2006). She has also served on UCL Council, and was Director of the UCL European Institute.
The Inadequacies of Justice
Did Germany really pay for the Holocaust? Samuel Clowes Huneke reviews "Reckonings: Legacies of Nazi Persecution and the Quest for Justice."...