Maris Rowe-McCulloch

Assistant Professor (on leave)
Ph.D (University of Toronto); MA (Oxford University); BA Honours (University of Toronto)

Office: AH 442
Phone: 306-585-5683

Current classes
Fall 2023: HIST 115-001 Issues in European History; HIST 378-001 The Third Reich

Research interests

  • German History
  • Russian and Soviet History
  • Holocaust History
  • Jewish History
  • Genocide Studies

Dr. Rowe-McCulloch's research focuses on mass violence and the history of the Holocaust in Central and Eastern Europe. She is currently working on a book, based on her dissertation, which looks at how Soviet citizens experienced violence carried out by the German military occupiers during World War II, focusing on the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don. She is also working on a project about the concentration camp Sachsenhausen on the outskirts of Berlin, which was used by the Nazis to hold their enemies, and then repurposed by occupying Soviet forces in 1945 to detain Germans.