Kimberly Redding, Carroll University faculty

Dr. Kimberly Redding

Associate Professor of History 262.650.4894 Explorer House 203


History Global Studies


  • University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Ph.D. in History
  • University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, M.A. in History
  • Goucher College, B.A. in European History

Areas of Specialization

Modern Germany, Central Europe, Women's History, Western Civilization, Contemporary World, Cold War.

Scholarly and Professional Achievements


Book: Growing Up in Hitler's Shadow: Remembering Youth in Postwar Berlin. Greenwood Press, 2004.

Article: "Fascist Youth." Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood in History and Society MacMillan Reference, 2004.

Article: "Déjà vu? East German Identity in the '40s and '90s." Proteus: A Journal of Ideas, Fall 2002.

Review: Nightmare’s Fairy Tale: A Young Refugee’s Home Fronts 1938-1948 by Gerd Korman. H-German Net. October 2006.

Review: The Wayward Flock. Catholic Youth in Postwar West Germany, 1945-1965 by Mark Edward Ruff. The American Historical Review. December 2005.

Review: Die vielen Gesichter der Zwangsarbeit im Landkreis München 1939-1945. Elsbeth Bösl et al. The German Studies Review. May 2006.

Service to Carroll University and Profession

Carroll University

  • Social Sciences area chair, Spring 2006-present.
  • European Studies Program Task Force, 2005-present (charged with developing a new major).
  • General Education Committee (first year experience subcommittee), 2005-present.
  • Honors Program Committee: chair 2003-2005, member 2002-2005.
  • Interdisciplinary Writing Colloquium (co-founder): 2003-2005.
  • Faculty Development Committee: newsletter editorial staff member, 2003-2005.
pano of main campus