ISIG | Seminar “Writing the national and transnational history of the mass media after 1945”
Christina von Hodenberg writes widely on the social, political and cultural history of nineteenth and twentieth-century Germany, focusing on the history of journalism, mass media and television, sexuality, family, gender and youth, popular protest and revolutions.
Professor von Hodenberg received her MA at the University of Munich and completed a PhD in social history at Bielefeld University. After holding positions at the University of Freiburg and the University of California at Berkeley, she joined QMUL in 2006. She has held fellowships at the Université de Montréal, Harvard University and Potsdam’s Centre for Contemporary History.
Scientific coordination by Christoph Cornelißen