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Dr. Shannon Fogg’s research on the WWII history of France has recently been published as a book chapter as well as a journal article.
Fogg’s chapter, titled “France at War: A country divided or a society united?” is featured in The Routledge History of the Second World War, edited by Paul R. Bartop.
Histoire Urbaine published Fogg’s article titled “A Landscape of Loss: The Furniture Operation and the Geography of Looting and Restitution in Paris, 1942-1946.” The volume examines persecution of Jews in the urban space of Paris during WWII. Fogg’s article focuses on one neighborhood in Paris and the looting of Jewish apartments.
Fogg is the interim associate dean of academic affairs for the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business and a professor of history and political science.