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Madeleine Herren-Oesch, Prof. Dr.

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Madeleine Herren-Oesch, Prof. Dr.

Position

  • Director of the Cluster "Asia and Europe" (Nov 2007 - Dec 2012)
  • Professor of Modern History Heidelberg University, 2004-2013
  • Professor of Modern History and Director of the Institute for European Global Studies, University of Basel, 2013

Contact information

Institute for European Global Studies
Universität Basel
Gellertstrasse 27
CH-4020 Basel

Email:
madeleine.herren-oesch@unibas.ch
Phone:
+41 61 317 97 64
Fax:
+41 61 317 97 66

About Madeleine Herren-Oesch

Fields of interest:

European and global history of the 19th and 20th century
History of international organisations, the League of Nations and the United Nations
Internationalism and foreign policy networks, soft power and public diplomacy
History of transnational networks and border-crossing civil society activities
Research on encyclopaedia, information transfer and information cultures
Historiography and methodology of History
Digital humanities

Projects

Curriculum vitae

Since 2013: Professor of Modern History and Director of the Institute for European Global Studies, University of Basel


2007-2012: Director of the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context"

 

2007–2008: Director of the Centre for European History and Culture

 

2006: Vice-director of the Centre for European History and Culture

since 2004: Full Professor of Modern History, University of Heidelberg

2003: University Teaching Position at the Department of History, University of Bern

2002–2003: University Teaching Position at the Department of History, University of Luzern

2001: University Teaching Position at the Department of History, University of Basel

1999–2004: Full Associate Professor for Modern History at the University of Zurich

1998: Associate Professor for Modern History at the University of Zurich

1996–1997: University Teaching Position Department of History, University of Bern

1993–1996: Postdoctoral Thesis: Research Project Supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation

1990–1993: Senior Assistant at the Department of History, University of Bern

1989: Doctorate, Thesis on “Internationale Sozialpolitik vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg aus der Perspektive der Dritten Französischen Republik”

1985–1990: Assistant of Prof. Dr. Judit Garamvölgyi at the Department of History, University of Bern

1985: Licentiate in Modern History, History of Switzerland, German Literature, Diploma Secondary Teacher (Gymnasiallehrerin)

1976–1985: Studies of Modern History and German Literature at the University of Bern, Teacher Training  

Selected publications

 

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