Main Focus

  • History of Western Europe, in particular of Germany and France
  • Entangled History and Transfers
  • History of Emotions
  • Wars and Occupations
  • Social History of Deindustrialization

Project

The end of solidarity?Deindustrialization in Germany and France 1960-2000

Curriculum Vitae

  • Ph.D. in Late Modern European History, University of California, Berkeley, 2017. "Learning from Defeat. The French Occupation of Germany after two World Wars"
  • M.A. in History and French Studies, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 2009.
  • B.A./Licence in History and French Studies, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/Université François Rabelais Tours, 2006.

Selected Publications

     Recent Talks

    • Von Knappe zu Knappe - Fußball und Deindustrialisierung in Deutschland und Frankreich seit den 1960er Jahren (From Miner to Miner - Soccer and Deindustrialization in Germany and France since the 1960s)
      Colloquium Prof. Dr. Paul Nolte, Freie Universität Berlin, April 30, 2020
    • Das Ende der Solidarität? Deindustrialisierung in Deutschland und Frankreich seit den 1960er Jahren (The end of solidarity? Deindustrialization in Germany and France 1960-2000)
      Colloquium Prof. Dr. Stefan Berger, Institut für Soziale Bewegungen Bochum, November 25, 2019.
    • The end of solidarity? Deindustrialization in Germany and France 1960-2000
      Conference „Solidarity at Work“, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, November 14-15, 2019.
    • Geister der Vergangenheit: Gewalt während der französischen Besatzung Deutschlands (Shadows of the Past: Violence during the French Occupation of Germany)
      Conference „Gewalt im Nachkrieg. Postwar Violence 1945-1949“, Munich Documentation Center for the History of National Socialism, June 26-27, 2019.

    Teaching Experience

    • Visiting Lecturer, Global History MA Program at Freie Universität, Berlin
      Seminar Deindustrialization & Global History (Summer 2019)
    • Graduate Student Instructor, University of California, Berkeley
      Lecture “History 5: European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present” (Prof. Peter Sahlins (Spring 2014)
      Lecture “Death, Dying and Modern Medicine” (Prof. Thomas Laqueur/Dr. Guy Micco, MD) (Fall 2013)
    • Reader, University of California, Berkeley
      Lecture “Germany in the 20th century” (Dr. Michael Dean) (Fall 2015) 


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