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DPAA Research Partner Fellow History aforeman2@huskers.unl.edu 402-472-2414 617 Oldfather Hall



Tony Foreman is a History Instructor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and was an advisee of Professor Gerald Steinacher. His research interests include modern German and European history, Military History, the Holocaust, European immigration to America, and Gender Studies. Tony has conducted original research in German, British, and Nebraskan archives, and he completed his PhD dissertation in May 2023, entitled “Pride and Privilege: Military Honor and Hegemonic Masculinity in German and British Courtrooms, 1914-66.” The project explores how the concept of honor has affected the ethics and image of the German military and how honor has been used to celebrate or justify the actions of German military personnel within courtrooms and amongst the public. Tony’s first book, The Greatest Undertaking: The Unique History of the Nebraska Forest Service, was published in 2017.

He was appointed Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) Research Partner Fellow in January 2024.