Dr. Jeremy S. Roethler

Assistant Professor of History Faculty Bio: Dr. Jeremy S. Roethler
office:  A.C. Schreiner 203
phone: (830) 792-7443
email: jsroethler@schreiner
Classes Taught
HIST 1301 (U.S. through the Civil War)
HIST 1302 (U.S. after the Civil War)
HIST 1350 (World Civilization to 1715)
HIST 1351 (World Civilization from 1715)
HIST 3321 Reformation
HIST 3327 Modern Russia
HIST 3328 Modern European Intellectual & Cultural History
HIST 3329 Modern Germany
HIST 4370 The Third Reich & the Holocaust (Topics in History)
Teaching Experience
Schreiner University, Kerrville, TX (2010-present)
Assistant Professor of History
Courses: European History, World Civilization, American History

Sul Ross State University – Rio Grande College, Uvalde TX (2008-present)
Assistant Professor of History
Courses: Modern Europe; Early Modern Europe; Modern Russia; The Third Reich and the Holocaust (web); A Tale of Two Revolutions: Mexico, Russia and the 20th Century (web); Modern Britain; American History;

Concordia University, Austin, TX
Adjunct Professor (2007-2008)
Courses: World Civilization: Antiquity to Early Modern Period; 20th Century U.S.; Colonial and 19th Century U.S.; American Government

Texas Lutheran University, Seguin, TX (2007-2008) Adjunct Professor
Courses: 20th Century North American History (including Canada and Mexico); Nationalism in Modern Europe

Seattle University, Seattle, WA (2005-2006)
Adjunct Lecturer (2001)
Courses: World and Western Civilization: Antiquity to Early Modern Period; Modern Period

Shoreline Community College, Shoreline, WA (2006) Visiting Instructor
Course: Western Civilization: Antiquity to the Late Middle Ages

University of Washington, Seattle, WA (2003-2006) Pre-Doctoral Instructor; Lecturer
Courses: Modern Germany; Modern Russia; Marx, Nietzsche and Freud; European Fascism; European Nationalism; International Relations; History and Method (German Jews, Protestants and Catholics, 1800-1945)

Antioch University, Seattle, WA (2004-2006)
Adjunct Instructor
Courses: 20th Century Revolutions (Fascism, Bolshevism and Stalinism); Marx and his Successors; the Intellectual Prehistory of the American Revolution and the Constitution; American Intellectual History

Publications and Media
“Albert Leo Schlageter: First Soldier of the Third Reich or Catholic War Hero?” (Article in progress)

Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Resistance. By Sabine Dramm. (Book Review) The Catholic Historical Review (forthcoming 2011)

Moderne und Antimoderne: Der Renouveau catholique und die deutsche Literatur. Edited by Wilhelm Kühlmann and Roman Luckscheiter. (Book Review) The Catholic Historical Review (Vol. XCVI, #4): October 2010

Balthasar Kaltner. Kanonist und (Erz-)Bischoff an der Schwelle einer folgenschweren Wendezeit (1844-1918). By Gerlinde Katzinger. (Book Review) The Catholic Historical Review (Vol. 95, #1): January 2009

Germany’s Catholic Fraternities and the Weimar Republic (book manuscript in progress)

“Censorship and German History,” Interview with KUCI, the student radio station for the University of California, Irvine, Treading the Undercurrent (Podcast) (February 29, 2008)

“This Week in the Civil War,” Texas Public Radio, co-authored a series of one minute “vignettes” recorded and broadcast through the spring of 2011

University of Washington, Seattle
Ph.D. in History 2007
Dissertation: Germany’s Catholic Fraternities and the Weimar Republic (1918-1933)
Doctoral Examination Fields: Modern Germany, European Cultural and Intellectual History, Modern Russia, Nationalism (including theoretical literature and area focus on Russian, Ottoman and Habsburg domains) (Passed comprehensive examinations with honors)

University of California, Los Angeles
M.A. in Political Science 1996
Specializations: International Relations and Comparative Politics

University of California, Los Angeles
B.A. in Political Science 1992
Honors: Graduated Magna cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa

Rondeau Laverne Evans Dissertation Fellowship (in support of field research in Stuttgart and Würzburg, Germany)

Maclyn P. Burg Student Fellowship in History, University of Washington

Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS), Russian language study, UCLA

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), German language study, Herder Institute, Leipzig, Germany
Schreiner University (2010-present)
Member of the Interdisciplinary Studies Committee and Graduate School Advisory Committee; Member of committee responsible for organizing American Studies Association of Texas Conference, to be held in Kerrville, TX, fall 2011; Contributed two guest lectures to Interdisciplinary Studies Honors Colloquium: “Primary Sources and their Uses,” and “Charles Schreiner and the Alsatian connection”; Authored curricular changes to upper division offerings in European History

Sul Ross State University – Rio Grande College (2008-present)
Vice-President, Faculty Senate: duties included representing the college at the Texas Faculty Senate Meetings, Crown Plaza Hotel, Austin, TX (October 23-24, 2009); Voting Member, Student Disciplinary Committee Chair, Student Faculty Evaluations Forms Committee
Participant, Quality Enhancement Program (QEP): duties included developing a rubric for evaluating student writing (meetings in Eagle Pass and Del Rio, TX); Participant, Strategic Planning Committee (meetings in Uvalde and Del Rio, TX)
German, fluent; Russian, intermediate speaking, comprehension and reading; Spanish, basic speaking, comprehension and reading

Active Memberships
American Historical Association
German Studies Association
American C