Christopher Gennari, Ph.D is an Associate Professor of History at Camden County College.
He received his doctorate in History from SUNY Stony Brook in 2010.
His Dissertation is titled "Invasion, Insurgency and Intervention: Sweden's Wars in Poland, Prussia and Denmark 1654-1658."
The dissertation analyses Sweden's wars during the Second Northern War in which it won the initial war, fought a religiously inspired insurgency against their occupation, and then had to cope with the intervention of other states.
He has published articles on the use of technology in archival research, the Construction of the Suffolk County Vietnam Veterans Memorial and several book reviews for academic journals.
He has presented papers at the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study Conferences on Swedish Counterinsurgency during the Second Northern War and on Swedish “Soft Power” during the reign of Charles X Gustav.
He has also presented papers on Soft Power in Game of Thrones at the MAPACA conference, and given a guest lecture on Sweden’s invasion of Poland in 1655 at NYMAS.
Recently he participated in a NEH Grant with the Community College of Philadelphia and the East-West Center – to bring more Asian Studies to Community Colleges.