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Prof. Dr. Kerstin Schoor: Curriculum Vitae

Academic positions:


Since October 2016 Spokesperson of the Centre of Jewish Studies Berlin/Brandenburg
Oct. 2015-Sept. 2016 Deputy spokesperson of the Centre of Jewish Studies Berlin/Brandenburg
Since May 2014 Member of the board of the Centre of Jewish Studies Berlin/Brandenburg
Since March 2014 Deputy chairwoman of the Intenational organisation for research in Exile
Since January 2013 Director of the Viadrina Center B/ORDERS IN MOTION, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
Since April 2012 Axel Springer Endowed Professorship for German-Jewish Literature and Cultural History, Exile and Migration, Faculty of Social and Cultural Sciences, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
2010-2012 Researcher and Scientific coordinator, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
2009-2012 Privatdozentin (Private lecturer), Department of philosophy and humanities, Freie Universität Berlin
2007-2008 Research fellowship, DFG (German Research Foundation)
2003-2006 Associate professor, Department of Philosophy and Humanities, Freie Universität Berlin
1994-2003 Assistant professor, Department of Philosophy and Humanities, Freie Universität Berlin
1992-1993 Assistant professor, Scientist integration program of the former Academy of Sciences of the GDR
1989-1992 Assistant Professor, Central Institute for Literary History, Academy of Sciences of the GDR

Teaching and research stays:

2010 Research and teaching stay, University of Pune (India)
2010 Visiting lecturer, Universities in Beijing and Chongqing (China)
2009 Scholarship of the German literary archive Marbach/N.
2000 Visiting lecturer, Beijing University (China)
1995 Research stay, Holocaust Memorial Institute in Washington, Leo Baeck Institute in New York and Chicago (USA)
1995 Research stay in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv (Israel)
1993 Research stay, Leo Back Institute, New York and Chicago (USA)
1992 Research stay in Jerusalem (Hebrew University, Leo Baeck Institute, Yad Vashem) and Tel Aviv (Israel)

Habilitation

2009 „Vom literarischen Zentrum zum literarischen Ghetto. Studien zu deutsch-jüdischer literarischer Kultur und Kommunikation in Berlin zwischen 1933 und 1945“, Department of philosophy and humanities, Freie Universität Berlin

PhD thesis

1989 „Verlagsarbeit im Exil. Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der deutschen Abteilung des Amsterdamer Allert de Lange Verlages 1933-1940“, PhD, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin