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Karin Hagen, MA
MA Karin Hilck
Graduate Student (Humanities)

Campus Ring 1 28759 Bremen Germany

+49 421 200-3303
k.hilck [at]
Campus Center, 4-103
Research Interests: 

- History of Space Travel - Cold War History - Gender History - History of Social Movements - Contemporary Native American History - Holocaust and Genocide History - Contemporary German History - Contemporary North American History - Global History

University Education: 

Since September 2012, PhD student, Jacobs University Bremen 2010-2012 M.A. Modern Global History, Jacobs University Bremen & University of Bremen Master Thesis: Better Red than Dead. Native American identification with ‘Indianness’ in pan-Indian organizations in the Red Power era: The invention of Native American ethnic identity? 2008-2009 Exchange student, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal 2006-2010 B.A. Governance and Public Policy, University of Passau Bachelor Thesis: Das Massaker von Katyn im Kontext des frühen Kalten Kriegs. Amerikanische Politik und Presseberichterstattung 1952-1953

Fellowships and Awards: 

Erasmus Scholarship (EU) Doctoral Fellow, German Historical Insitute, Washington, D.C. Bosch Archival Summer School for Young Historians, German Historical Insitute, Chicago-Madison-Boston-Washington, D.C.

Research and Teaching Positions: 

2005-2006 Holocaust Center of Greater Pittsburgh, USA Other Professional Activities: Conferences and Workshops: Feb. 2013: Wie geht Geschlechtergeschichte? – Munich