My research focuses on the grand strategy, alliance diplomacy, and civil-military relations of the Central Powers during the First World War, with particular emphasis on Austria-Hungary. I completed my Ph.D. in International History at the LSE in 2011 with a work entitled "War Aims and Peace Conditions: Austro-Hungarian Foreign Policy in the Balkans, 1914-1918." The monograph stemming from this research was published in July 2014 during the Centenary commemorations of the First World War. My wider research interests include the History of International Relations, International Security Policy, Central and Eastern European History, and International History 1867-1945.
Dr Marvin Fried teaches the following courses at undergraduate level:
HY116: International History since 1890
HY226 - The Great War, 1914-1918 (lectured jointly with other faculty members)