Prof. Eric Langenbacher
Eric Langenbacher is a Visiting Assistant Professor and Director of the Honors Program in the Department of Government, Georgetown University where he also received his PhD in 2002. He teaches a variety of courses on comparative and American politics. He was awarded a Fulbright grant in 1999-2000 and held the Ernst Reuter Fellowship at the Free University of Berlin in 1999-2000, and was voted faculty member of the year by the graduating seniors of Georgetown's School of Foreign Service in 2009.
Book projects include Launching the Grand Coalition: The 2005 Bundestag Election and the Future of German Politics (Berghahn Books, 2006), Power and the Past: Collective Memory and International Relations (Georgetown University Press, 2009), The Mastered Past? Memory Regimes in Contemporary Germany (under review). He has planned and run dozens of short programs for groups from abroad on a variety of topics pertaining to American and European politics, culture and public policy. He is also Managing Editor of German Politics and Society, which is housed in Georgetown's BMW Center for German and European Studies