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Betreuer

Doktoranden der IMPRS Moral Economies werden von Professorinnen und Professoren am Max-Planck Institut für Bildungsforschung, der Freien Universität Berlin, der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin und der Technischen Universität Berlin betreut. Wissenschaftler des Forschungsbereichs Geschichte der Gefühle am Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung unterstützen das Lehrangebot.

Alphabetische Liste der Professoren, die als Hauptbetreuer an der IMPRS Moral beteiligt sind:

Prof. Dr. Birgit Aschmann

Prof. Dr. Birgit Aschmann

Portrait Birgit Aschmann | IMPRS Moral Economies Faculty

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, homepage

Major Research Interests
History of emotions; concept of honor in late modern times; European history of piety; piety as an interface between cultural anthropology und cultural history of politics (esp. Germany, Spain, and France); regionalism, nationalism and religion: collective identities (esp. Spain); German colonialism.

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Conrad

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Conrad

Portrait Sebastian Conrad | IMPRS Moral Economies Faculty

Freie Universität Berlin, homepage

Major Research Interests
Global history; social and cultural transformation in an increasingly globalized world; dynamic interplay between processes of social/cultural change; interactions, transfers, and processes of global integration; history of Japan and East Asia; histories of colonialism and post-colonialism, nationalism, decolonization; global intellectual history with a focus on the nineteenth century.

Prof. Dr. Ute Frevert

Prof. Dr. Ute Frevert

Portrait Ute Frevert | IMPRS Moral Economies Faculty

Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin
homepage
Freie Universität Berlin

Major Research Interests
Modern social, political, and cultural history; history of emotions; gender history.

Prof. Dr. Paul Nolte

Prof. Dr. Paul Nolte

Portrait Paul Nolte | IMPRS Moral Economies Faculty

Freie Universität Berlin, homepage

Major Research Interests
Social, intellectual, and political history of the eighteenth to twentieth centuries (Esp. Germany, United States, and post 1945); transatlantic history of democracy; history of the middle classes after 1945; public intellectuals and social, economic, and political concepts and mentalities; consumer culture and commercialization in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; urban history and metropolitan cultures; religion and civil society in Western societies; public history and cultures of memory.

Prof. Dr. Alexander Nützenadel

Prof. Dr. Alexander Nützenadel

Portrait Alexander Nuetzenadel | IMPRS Moral Economies Faculty

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, homepage

Major Research Interests
Social and economic history of Europe since the late eighteenth century; Fascism and rural policy in Italy; clientelism and corruption in modern societies; globalization in the twentieth century; combining approaches and methodologies of economic and cultural history.

Prof. Dr. Margrit Pernau

Prof. Dr. Margrit Pernau

Portrait Margrit Pernau | IMPRS Moral Econonies Faculty

Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin,
homepage
Freie Universität Berlin

Major Research Interests
History of emotions; Indian history in the eighteenth to twentieth centuries; transnational history, history of entanglement; historical semantics, comparative studies and translation studies.

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Schüler-Springorum

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Schüler-Springorum

Portrait Stefanie Schueler-Springorum | IMPRS Moral Economies Faculty

Technische Universität Berlin, homepage

Major Research Interests
Modern German-Jewish history, history of anti-Semitism; Holocaust history; Modern Spanish history; History of nationalism; New military history; History of violence; Gender history; Cultural, social and micro history.