Mark Jantzen is professor of history at Bethel College and author of Mennonite German Soldiers: Nation, Religion and Family in the Prussian East, 1772-1880 (University of Notre Dame Press, 2010) and The Wrong Side of the Wall: An American in East Berlin during the Peaceful Revolution (1993). He is co-editor with John Thiesen of two translations, The Military Service Exemption of the Mennonites of Provincial Prussia (2013) and The Danzig Mennonite Church: Its Origins and History, 1569-1919 (2007). He currently serves as the North American representative on the editorial council of volume five of Mennonitisches Lexikon.
- Review of Mary Raber, Ministries of Compassion among Russian Evangelicals, 1905-1929 (Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2016).
- A Comparative Analysis of Church Conflict: An Introduction to Wilhelm Mannhardt’s 1868 ‘Objective Discussion’ on Prussian Mennonites at the Cusp of Including Soldiers as Church Members in Good Standing
- Review: History of the Defenceless Anabaptist Churches from the Times of the Apostles to the Present
- Part III: Seeking Out the Crevices in a Rigid Society
- Part IV: Squeezed Between Nationalism and Opportunity
Whoever Will Not Defend His Homeland Should Leave It!German Conscription and Prussian Mennonite Emigration to the Great Plains, 1860-1890