Mark B Cole, Ph.D.
 Title: Associate College Lecturer AAU
 Dept: History
 Office: RT 1306
 Phone: 216-687-3937
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. RT 1306, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Germany, Europe, The Holocaust, Nazism, Jewish Studies, Fascism, Consumption, Food Studies, Nutrition, Genocide, Imperialism
Ph.D., European and German History, University of Florida, 2011
M.A., European History, University of Akron, 2004
B.A., German, University of Toledo, 2001
Brief Bio:
Dr. Cole began teaching in the History Department at Cleveland State University in Fall 2014. As of Summer 2021 he is also the Executive Director of the Ohio Council on Holocaust and Genocide Education. Dr. Cole specializes in modern Europe and Germany, specifically the history of Nazism and the Holocaust, Jewish Studies, as well as the histories of consumption and food more generally.  He has presented his research across the United States as well as in Germany and Israel. He has been a Fellow of the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., and the Holocaust Educational Foundation at Northwestern University.  When not changing the world one student mind at a time, he enjoys working with his hands, cooking, traveling, and playing pocket billiards.  He has one wife, three daughters, and a dog.
Research Interests:
Germany, Nazism, The Holocaust, Consumption, and Nutrition
Teaching Areas:
19th & 20th Century Europe, Western Civilization, Nazism and Fascism, The Holocaust, Cultural History, Food and Drink