Udi Greenberg is an assistant professor of European history at Dartmouth College. He specializes in modern European thought, international politics, and the Cold War, and his first book, The Weimar Century: Democracy, German Emigres, and the Foundations of the Cold War, is scheduled to be published with Princeton University Press in 2015. He currently works on a project that explores the role of Christian European missionaries in the decolonization of European thought and politics.