Daniel Fedorowycz is a postdoctoral fellow at the Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs working with Timothy Snyder. He received his DPhil in Politics from the University of Oxford, and has held fellowships at Harvard, Yale, the University of Toronto, and the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. His research focuses on 20th century European state-building, state repression, and interethnic violence. His work has appeared in Comparative Politics, Democratization, East European Politics and Societies, Nationalities Papers, and East European Jewish Affairs. Most recently he co-authored a piece with Stathis Kalyvas on the uses of history in the social sciences, forthcoming in History in the Humanities and Social Sciences (Cambridge University Press). His current book project explores minority politics in interwar Europe.