Dr. John J. Delaney

Department of History
Lytle 142
Phone: 610-683-4387


B.A. Boston College
M.A. Boston College
Ph.D. State University of New York at Buffalo

Modern European History
German History
History of the Holocaust
Western Historiography

Courses Taught
HIS 227 History of the Holocaust
HIS 235 Europe of the World Wars
HIS 380 Senior Seminar in History
HIS 462 Twentieth Century Germany

Selected Publications

Laura J. Hilton and John J. Delaney, "Forced Foreign Labourers, POWs and Jewish Slave Workers in the Third Reich: Regional Studies and New Directions," German History 23, no. 1 (February 2005): 83-95.

John J. Delaney, "Sowing Volksgemeinshaft in Bavaria's Stony Village Soil: Catholic Peasant Rejection of Anti-Polish Racial Policy, 1939-1945," in Christian Responses to the Holocaust: Moral and Ethical Issues, ed. Donald J. Dietrich (Syracuse, Syracuse University Press, 2003).

John J. Delaney, "Racial Values vs. Religious Values: Clerical Opposition to Nazi Anti-Polish Racial Policy," Church History 70, no. 2 (June 2001): 271-294.

Andrew Arnold, Ph.D
Professor and Chair
Lytle 115
Phone: 610-683-4385

Anne Manmiller
Lytle 115
Phone: 610-683-4385
Fax: 610-683-4047

Dr. Delaney