|Name Norman Naimark|
|Education Stanford University|
|Books Stalin's Genocides, Fires of hatred, The Russians in Germany, Terrorists and social democrats, The history of the "proletariat"|
“Genocides: A World History” featuring Norman Naimark
Norman M. Naimark (; born 1944 in New York City) is an American historian. He is Robert and Florence McDonnel Professor of Eastern European Studies at Stanford University, and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. He writes on modern Eastern European history, genocide, and ethnic cleansing in the region.
Naimark received all of his degrees at Stanford. He taught at Boston University, and was a fellow at Harvard University's Russian Research Center before returning to Stanford as a member of the faculty in the 1980s. Naimark is of Jewish heritage; his parents were born in Galicia.
He is a member of the editorial boards of a number of professional journals such as:
He has been awarded the Officers Cross of the Order of Merit by Germany.
He is most known to the public for his acclaimed study The Russians In Germany.
Naimark is the Spring 2011 recipient of Alex Springer Berlin Prize from the American Academy in Berlin.