Adam Rosenbaum received his PhD from Emory in 2011. He studied modern German history and his dissertation “Timeless, Modern, and German? The Re-Mapping of Bavaria through the Marketing of Tourism, 1800-1939,” has won two major prizes: the Parker-Schmitt Dissertation Prize awarded by the European History Section of the Southern Historical Association, and the Fritz Stern Dissertation Prize awarded by the Friends of the German Historical Institute in Washington, DC. Adam is currently working at Colorado Mesa University as an assistant professor of modern European and Asian history, where he has taught a variety of classes over the course of the last two years, ranging from East Asia and the Modern World to Tourism and Identity in Modern Europe. He is in the process of revising his dissertation into a book manuscript, and has two forthcoming articles, one in the Spring 2013 issue of The Bulletin of the German Historical Institute and another in the March 2014 issue of Central European History.