Udi Greenberg studies and teaches modern European history, intellectual history, and international history. His scholarship and teaching focuses especially on the intersection of ideas, institution building, and Europe's interactions with the world. His work has been supported, among others, by the ACLS, Mellon Foundation, the Volkswagen Foundation, and the DAAD.
"Is Religious Freedom Protestant? On the History of a Critical Idea," Journal of the American Academy of Religion 88:1 (March 2020), 74-91.
"The Right's 'Judeo-Christian' Fixation," The New Republic (2019).
"Can Christian Democracy Save Us?" Boston Review (2019).
“Catholics, Protestants, and the Violent Birth of European Religious Pluralism,” American Historical Review 124:2 (April 2019), 511-538.