Charles W. Ingrao
Ph.D. Brown University, 1974
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Hist 104 Introduction to the Modern World (21287)
Hist 404H Kings and Philosophers: Europe, 1618-1789 (61673)
European History. Early Modern Europe and Habsburg History.
Professor Ingrao has a B.A. degree from Wesleyan (1969) and a Ph.D. from Brown (1974). His areas of specialty are Early Modern Europe, Habsburg and Central European History. He served as editor of the Austrian History Yearbook (1997-2006) and, since 1997, as general editor of the Purdue University Press "Central European Studies" series. His publications include: The Habsburg Monarchy, 1618-1815, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994; The Hessian Mercenary State: Ideas, Institutions, and Reform under Frederick II, 1760-1785, Cambridge University Press, 1987; In Quest and Crisis: Emperor Joseph I and the Habsburg Monarchy, West Lafayette, IN, Purdue University Press, 1979; Josef I. Der "vergessene" Kaiser, Vienna: Styria Verlag, 1982, revised and expanded German edition. Over the past decade he has focused on issues of ethnic conflict and coexistence in contemporary central Europe, and presently directs The Scholars' Initiative: Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies.
Website (Scholar's Initiative: Confronting the Yugoslave Controversies)