Werner Bergmann (Antisemitism and Persecution), Prof. Dr. Werner Bergmann, is Professor at the Centre for Research on Antisemitism, Technical University of Berlin. His research interests centre on the sociology and history of Antisemitism and related fields, such as racism and right-wing extremism.
Andreas Brämer (Religion and Identity), PD Dr. phil., Deputy Director of the Institute for the History of the German Jews, is a member of the board of the Wissenschaftliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft (Academic Working Group) of the Leo Baeck Institute. His research foci include German-Jewish history of the 19th and 20th century, Jewish history "from the inside", Jewish religious history and the history of Jewish historiography.
Tobias Brinkmann (Migration), Dr. phil., is Malvin and Lea Bank Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and History in the Department of History at Penn State University. His research interests focus on the history of migration, especially Jewish migration from Central and Eastern Europe to North America.
Stefanie Fischer (Family and Everyday Life), Dr. phil., holds a postdoc position at the Center for Jewish Studies, Berlin-Brandenburg. In her current research project, she is examining the post-genocidal relationships of Jewish Holocaust survivors to their former German home towns in the 1950s/1960s. In her PhD thesis, she investigated the interrelationship between economic trust and anti-Semitic violence as exemplified by the German-Jewish cattle dealers between 1919 and 1939.
Kirsten Heinsohn (Leisure and Sports), PD Dr. phil., served as Associate Professor in the Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies at the University of Copenhagen from 2013-2015. Since 2015, she has served as Deputy Director of the Research Centre for Contemporary History in Hamburg. Her research foci comprise modern German history, German-Jewish history and gender history.
Uffa Jensen (Law and Politics, Economy and Occupational Patterns), Prof. Dr. phil., holds a Heisenberg professorship by the German Research Foundation (DFG) at the Center for Research on Antisemitism since 2018, where he is also acting as Deputy Director. Among his research interests are the history of knowledge and science, transnational history, history of psychoanalysis, modern Jewish history and the history of antisemitism.
Anthony D. Kauders (Arts and Culture), Dr. phil., is Deputy Director of history at Keele University and Reader for Modern European History. He is currently doing research on the history of hypnosis, social psychology and psychotherapy.
Rainer Liedtke (Organizations and Institutions), Prof. Dr. phil., is Professor of 19th and 20th Century European History at the University of Regensburg. His research interests centre on comparative European history, urban history, Jewish history, British history and the modern history of Greece.
Ingrid Lohmann (Education and Learning), Prof. Dr. phil, is Professor of the History of Ideas and Social History of Education at the University of Hamburg. Her research interests include the relations between economy and education since the beginning of the modern period, especially privatization and commercialization in the education and research sector, as well as Jewish history of education, focusing on the late Enlightenment in Germany.
Beate Meyer (Memory and Remembrance), Dr. phil., was a Research Associate at the Institute for the History of the German Jews. Her research interests are focused on aspects of German-Jewish history, National Socialism, oral history, gender history and cultures of memory.
Miriam Rürup (Demographics and Social Structure), Prof. Dr. phil., is Director of the Moses Mendelssohn Center for European Jewish Studies in Potsdam. Her research deals with gender history, German-Jewish history, contemporary history, history of migration, history of students and universities, history of the politics of commemoration and the history of National Socialism.
Stefanie Schüler-Springorum (Social Issues and Welfare), Prof. Dr. phil., has served as Director of the Centre for Research on Anti-Semitism at the Technical University of Berlin since 2011 and has represented the Technical University Berlin within the Council of Directors at the Centre Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg since 2012. She held the post of Director of the Institute for the History of the German Jews in Hamburg from 2001 to 2011.
Michael Studemund-Halévy (Sephardic Jews), docteur ès-lettres, was the Eduard Duckesz-Fellow at the Institute for the history of the German Jews. His fields of research center Western Sefardic Diaspora, Hebrew epigraphy and iconography, Jewish Languages and Judeospanish.
Lilian Türk (Scholarship), Dr. phil., is a Research Associate at the Institute for Jewish Philosophy and Religion, University of Hamburg. Her primary research interests lie in Yiddish religious phenomenology, Yiddish language and literature, the role of the Yiddish press in social movements between 1850 and 1950, and non-conformist Jewish identities, particularly in the context of religious anarchism.
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