Cedric Bolz

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Research Interests

  • post-World War Two allied reconstruction
  • German history
  • European history

Academic Introduction

PhD (University of Victoria)
MA (Simon Fraser University)
British Columbia Teacher Certification (Simon Fraser University)
BA (Simon Fraser University)

Cedric's main research interest lie predominantly in German and European history with particular emphasis on post-World War Two Allied Reconstruction and especially the housing policies of the Krupp Steel Firm in the Ruhr Valley. He has published: "From Garden City Precursors to Cemeteries for the Living - Contemporary Discourse on Krupp Housing and Besucherpolitik in Wihelmine Germany" in Urban History (Cambridge University) and "Krupp Housing and the Search for the Ideal German Home" in German Studies Review. Cedric began his teaching career at the BC high school level and subsequently gained extensive post-secondary teaching experience at: University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, Simon Fraser University, and Kwantlen Polytechnic University. He teaches World, Early Modern as well as Modern European, World War Two, and African History at Douglas College.

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