Kimberly Allar is a Clinical Assistant Professor of History and the Co-Director of the online World War II Studies master’s degree program. Her research explores the role of violence, war, and community and how these topics intersect with gender and race. She has held research fellowships from the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Claims Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany, the Holocaust Educational Foundation, and the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure, among others. Her current work focuses on the recruitment and training policies for Nazi concentration camp and killing center guards from 1933-1945.
PhD, Clark University
BA, Amherst College