Dr. Rugenstein received his Ph.D. in Cultural History from Union Institute & University.
He currently teachers honor courses in history and sociology at a local community college
and is actively investigating an archaeological site in the Adirondacks. His specialties
include Historical Research, Native American History and Archaeology. He has created a
number of college level courses and is published. One of his books, Akwesasne, Divided by
more than the St. Lawrence River is currently being used as a textbook on campuses. He has
presented at various conferences, which include the American Historical Association, the
Canadian History of Education Association and the Annual Algonquian Peopleís Conference.
Additionally, he has reviewed a number of textbooks and articles.
(Ernest R. Rugenstein)
When anti-Semitism is associated with Germany, many think first of the Nazi period. However, anti-Semitism existed politically in the Imperial period and still exists in the Federal Republic of Germany.
Nevertheless, Nazism changed the perception of anti-Semitism socially and politically. That's not to say some form of anti-Semitism was benign during the Imperial period, rather that a notorious ideology can become even more deadly when socio-economic situations are influx and a large number of "haves" become "have nots".
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