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Philipp Ebert

Philipp Ebert

Doctoral Candidate in History


Biography:

Education

Since 2015 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in History, St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
2014-15

Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Modern European History, St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge

with Distinction

2013-14

Master of International Laws (LLM), University of Nottingham

with Distinction

2008-12

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Political Science and History, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (Germany)

First Class Degree

 

Professional Experience

06 – 11 / 2015 Graduate Trainee, Bertelsmann Foundation, Gütersloh (Germany)
02 - 06 / 2013 Assistant to an MP of Deutscher Bundestag
01 - 12 / 2013

Publications Coordinator at Sonderforschungsbereich (Collaborative Research Center) 700,

Freie Universität Berlin

 

Research Interests

PhD working title:

'The Border Guard Cases 1989-2009. An Inquiry into Transitional Justice and National Identity in reunited Germany'

 

 

Completed MPhil dissertation:

The Impact of the TV-series Holocaust on West German Memory Culture, 1978-83 

(distinction awarded)

 

My further research interests include:

19th and 20th Century Germany

Memory Culture and Memory Politics

Legal History and Theory

History of Political Thought and Political Theory

 

Research Supervision

 

Supervisor: Dr. Henning Grunwald