Tim Cole has been on faculty at the University of Bristol, where he has taught twentieth century European social history since 1995. He did his undergraduate and postgraduate work at the University of Cambridge. In 1997, he was awarded his Ph.D. on the ghettoization of the Jewish community in Budapest in 1944. His research interests focus on the Hungarian Holocaust, geographies of the Holocaust, and contemporary representation of the Holocaust. For the academic year 1999-2000, he is the Pearl Resnick Fellow at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, working on geographies of ghettoization in Hungary.