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Timothy Turnquist is a Ph.D. candidate in the History Department of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. His research interests include Holocaust studies, transatlantic antisemitism, Christian-Jewish relations, (im)migration, as well as Orientalism and scholarly/popular perceptions of “Semites” and “Aryans” in history and society.
His dissertation investigates the relationship between American antisemitism in the 1930s, immigration, and the Catholic Church.
Turnquist, Timothy. “Semites on Display: David Gordon Lyon and the Jewish Other at Harvard University, 1889-1926.” In Antisemitism in the 1930s and Today: Contemporary Holocaust Studies, edited by Ari Kohen and Gerald Steinacher. Second volume. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021.
Turnquist, Timothy. Review of Building Nazi Germany: Place, Space, and Ideology, by Joshua Hagen and Robert C. Ostergren. In Historical Geography (2021).