- Europe in the Nineteenth Century
- Europe in the Twentieth Century
- Contemporary European History
- European Intellectual History in the Nineteenth Century
- European Intellectual History in the Twentieth Century
- Modern German History
- Germany in the Twentieth Century
- Authoritarianism, Fascism, and Nazism
- Nazi Germany
- Italian Fascism and German Nazism
- Intellectuals and Society in the Twentieth Century
- Culture and Catastrophe in Twentieth Century Europe
- Revolutionaries and Romantics
- Twentieth-Century European History through Film
An intellectual/cultural historian of modern Europe, Clark has published articles and book chapters on German cultural life in the post-World War II period. His first book, Beyond Catastrophe: German Intellectuals and Cultural Renewal after World War II, 1945-1955 (2006) was published by Rowman & Littlefield. Clark is currently working on a comparative study of contemporary German and Italian culture. In Fall 2011, he was installed as Kenneth Asbury Professor of History.
Dr. Clark has been a fellow in summer seminars and institutes sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities. A member of the German Studies Association, he has served as a panelist, commentator, and chair at its annual meeting. Clark also reviews manuscripts and articles for several presses and journals.