Dr. Monika Heinemann
Working at the Dubnow Institute as an Assistant to the Director since October 2015, since 2019 as a Research Coordinator.
From 2017 to 2021, she was also the Equal Employment Opportunity Representative. Studied East European History, Political Sciences and Economics at the universities of Bamberg, Munich (LMU) and St. Petersburg, Russia (State Polytechnic University); completed her MA degree in 2007. July 2015 PhD at the LMU Munich. Subject of PhD thesis: »Krieg und Kriegserinnerung im Museum. Der Zweite Weltkrieg in polnischen historischen Ausstellungen seit den 1980er-Jahren« (War and Memories of War in the Museum. The Second World War in Polish Historical Exhibitions since the 1980s). From September 2007 to September 2011 Research Associate at the Collegium Carolinum in Munich; from October 2008 to September 2011 coordinator of the international research project »Musealization of Memory. The Second World War and Nazi-occupation in Museums, Memorial Sites, and Monuments in Eastern Europe.« From June to November 2012 Half-Year-Scholarship at the Deutsches Polen-Institut, Darmstadt. From December 2012 to September 2015 Academic Office of the German Section of the German-Czech and German-Slovak Historians' Commission.