VERMILLION, S.D. -- David Burrow, associate professor of history at the University of South Dakota, was accepted into the 2014 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s summer workshop, Teaching the Holocaust Digitally: A Source Study Approach. Burrow, Ph.D., will participate in the workshop from June 16-19 at the museum’s Washington, D.C. location. Materials and assignments generated at the workshop will be integrated into Burrow’s spring 2015 course at USD, HIST 449: The Holocaust.
The workshop will be conducted by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and led by Dr. Leah Wolfson, Senior Program Officer, and Dr. Emil Kerenji, Applied Research Scholar, of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
A member of the USD faculty since 2006, Burrow teaches courses on Russian History, the Holocaust, Nazi Germany and the Enlightenment. His research interests include the concept of the public in Imperial Russia, the Enlightenment in Russia, the Russian intelligentsia, and the development of Russian society and state, 1750-1855. He earned both a Ph.D. and an M.A. in Imperial Russian History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a B.A. in history from Carleton College.