Tristan Krause


Texas A&M University


Dr. Adam Seipp

Academic Interests:

20th C US Military History
Repatriation of Remains



Bio Note:

Tristan Krause is a PhD student in the Graduate History Program at Texas A&M University. His broad research interests include 20th century U.S. military history; conflict memory, memorialization, and commemoration; and civil-military relations. His current graduate project examines how early U.S. recovery and identification efforts of missing-in-action (MIA) personnel in the European Theater of Operation of WWII shaded into the American encounter with the Holocaust. Before joining Texas A&M, Tristan graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2018 with a degree in History and a minor in European Studies. He worked for two years in the Wisconsin State Assembly as a legislative staffer, while also serving as a researcher and field technician for the UW MIA Recovery and Identification Project--assisting with recovery missions in Belgium and France.

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