Jared R. Donnelly ( is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the International Affairs Department at the Bush School of Government and Public Service. He earned his PhD in history with a digital humanities certificate from Texas A&M in 2015 and holds a master’s in history from University of North Texas and a bachelor’s in history from Colorado State University. Donnelly’s research focuses on war and social change in Germany and Europe with a specific interest in the period since 1945. He has published a 2011 article “Questioned Loyalties: Big Cypress German-Americans during World War 1,” in the Yearbook of German-American Studies. His current project is a history of transnational protest movements in West Germany and Europe in the 1950s and 1960s. He is interested in the application of the digital humanities in the study of protest movements and is involved in the pilot project Protest Spaces: Peace Movements in the United States and Germany, 1920-2000. At the Bush School, Donnelly teaches courses on American foreign policy, social movements and national security, and war and diplomacy in modern Europe.


Shelley E. Rose ( is Assistant Professor of History and Director of Social Studies at Cleveland State University. She earned her BA in history and secondary education at Western New England University and her MA and PhD at Binghamton University (SUNY).  She recently published an article “Place and Politics at the Frankfurt Paulskirche” in the Journal of Urban History and her 2011 article “The Penumbra of Weimar Politics” appeared in Peace & Change.  She is currently working on a book manuscript Gender and the Politics of Peace: Cooperative Activism and Transnational Networks on the German Left, 1921-1983 that examines gendered conceptualizations of peace as “feminine” compared to assumptions that militarism and war are historically “masculine.”  In 2014, she was named to the advisory board of the Cleveland State University Center for Public History + Digital Humanities and is expanding her focus on protest movements to include geospatial analysis with the digital humanities pilot project, Protest Spaces: Peace Movements in the United States and Germany, 1920-2000.  Her digital humanities interests also include a range of teaching and historical thinking initiatives, including History Speaks: Using Oral History to Teach Historical Thinking and the CSU Social Studies Program Blog: Social Studies @ CSU. For more information on her projects see