German culture, film and visual culture, Weimar Germany, fin-de-siecle Vienna
I’m a junior professor of philosophy at the Europa-University Flensburg (Germany).
… Modern History 78,3 (2006), 643-683. https://doi.org/10.1086/509150
‘Beethoven, Bayreuth, and the Origins of the Federal Republic of Germany’, English Historical Review 521 (August 2011), 835-877. https://doi.org/10.1093/ehr/cer200
‘History to Order? Commissioned …
I am Professor of Modern European History at the University of Southampton, G.B., where I have worked since 1994. My research has ranged widely over the business, social, and cultural history of the twentieth century; at its core is the project of thinking through the place of the Third Reich in the longer history of Germany and Europe’s twentieth century and, in particular, of embedding histories of the Holocaust in wider narratives of modern German and European history. My most recent project focusses on the cultural history of art music in C20th Germany, in connection with which I am writing a book on the institution of the symphony concert in Nazi Germany.
Historian, based in germany (Berlin/Leipzig). Economic History / “Social Market Economy” Discourse Analysis / Dispositif Analysis Arbeiterbewegungsgeschichte, Geschlechtergeschichte
Advocacy and Activism in the Profession, Comparative Literature, Colonial Latin America, Early Modern Germany, Diachronic Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, Latin American Avant-Garde.
Medieval Germany, England, Scandinavia, literature & culture, constructions of gender, race, otherness, manuscripts, text-image relationships, variant readings
Digital Humanities Coordinator at CERES, Bochum, Germany.List of publications
…Homosexuality in East Germany…
I am an Associate Professor of German & Scandinavian Studies in the Department of Central, Eastern, and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. My teaching and research interests include 18th- to 20th-century German literature, the history and culture of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), and German and Nordic film.
Birgit is an Assoc. Prof of German Studies at East Carolina University. Her research interests involve two strands: one literary field, the life writings of the German working class in Imperial Germany, and one pedagogical, the efficacy of flipped learning (not flipped classroom) for developing students’ cross-cultural critical thinking.
I am a philosopher at the University of Kassel, Germany. I work primarily in epistemology, philosophy of science and of mind. My research includes work on modern animal sciences, philosophy and pop culture and the role of plausibility in context of scientific knowledge.