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Benjamin Auberer

Graduate Student

Benjamin Auberer

Position

  • Ph.D. Candidate since December 2012
  • Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, History Department

Contact information

Karl Jaspers Centre for Advanced Transcultural Studies
Voßstraße 2, Building 4400
Room 001
69115 Heidelberg
Germany

Email:
benjamin.auberer@asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de

About Benjamin Auberer

PhD Project: From the Australian Bush to the International Jungle. International Careers and the League of Nations 

Fields of interest: Global History, Diplomatic History, History of the League of Nations, History of Mobility, Transnational Professionals, Cosmopolitanism, Biographic Approaches, Microhistory

Projects

Curriculum vitae

4/2015 - 5/2015: Fellowship at the German Historical Institute London

3/2014 - 8/2014: Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Chair of Modern History, History Department, Heidelberg University

since 12/2012: Research Fellow, Project A 13 "Subaltern Diplomacy", Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context"
 
2006–2012
: Studies of History and German language and literature at the Universities of Heidelberg and Poitiers (France)

Teaching:

Winter Term 2014/2015:
Together with Timo Holste, M.A.
Übung: 'Makers of Our Modern World' Internationale Organisationen in der Zwischenkriegszeit aus globalhistorischer Perspektive. (International Organisations in the Interwar Period - A Global History Perspective)

Summer Term 2014:
Together with Tatjana Eichert, M.A.
Proseminar: 'Vom Völkerbund zur UNO' ('From the League of Nations to the United Nations')

Selected publications

ORCiD: orcid.org/0000-0002-6938-0123

"Murder, Intrigue, Sex and Internationalism - Novels about the League of Nations," The Invention of International Bureaucracy Blog, (http://projects.au.dk/inventingbureaucracy/blog/show/artikel/murder-intrigue-sex-and-internationalism-novels-about-the-league-of-nations/)

"Digesting the League of Nations: Planning the International Secretariat of the Future, 1941–1944," New Global Studies 10 (2016) 3, pp. 393-426.

together with Timo Holste and Carolin Liebisch: "Editors' Note: Situating Internationalism 1919-1940s," New Global Studies 10 (2016) 3, pp. 201-216.

"'The Ultimate Backroom-Boy': The Border-Crossing Career of Joseph
Vivian Wilson in the League of Nations Secretariat," : Comparativ: Zeitschrift für Globalgeschichte und vergleichende Gesellschaftsforschung, 23 (2014) 6, pp. 76-99.

"‘so würde man Kalakaua I. für einen Europäer halten können, so ungezwungen trägt er die Kleidung.’ Zum Deutschlandbesuch des Königs Kalakāua von Hawai’i 1881," in: Migration und Reise. Mobilität in der Neuzeit,   Robert Rebitsch / Elena Taddei / Michael Müller (eds.), Innsbruck  2012, pp. 213-224. 

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