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Wiener Holocaust Library
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Holocaust, Nazism, World War Two, trauma informed archival practice, emotion and research, ethical research practice, microhistories, refugees, migration, displaced persons
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About Me

Holocaust researcher focussing on micro-histories and individual’s paths of persecution. I work as the International Tracing Service (ITS) Digital Archive Team Manager at The Wiener Holocaust Library and follow a trauma informed, person-centred archival practice. Experienced in carrying out genealogical research for families of people affected by Nazi persecution. Areas of expertise include  areas of Nazi persecution including deportations; the camp system; Roma and Sinti victims; gender and the Holocaust; Displaced Persons in the post-war era; survivors as refugees; intergenerational trauma.

Recent Publications

‘Fertility in the Camps: An Exploration of Female Fertility as Reported in Concentration Camp Memoirs’, German Life and Letters 72:4 (2019)

‘Discrimination Against Roma and Sinti Survivors of Nazi Persecution’, Jahrbücher für Geschichte
Osteuropas 71, 2023/3, co-authored with Dr Barbara Warnock

‘Shared Authority and Research Ethics at The Wiener Holocaust Library,’ Culture Unbound, Vol. 15 No. 3 (2023): Bridging Research Praxes Across Pluralities of Knowledge, co-authored with Dr Christine Schmidt

Media Coverage
Country Focus
Germany and mainland Europe
Expertise by Geography
Eastern Europe, Germany, United Kingdom, Western Europe
Expertise by Chronology
21st century
Expertise by Topic
Gender, Genocide, Holocaust & Nazi Persecution, Migration & Immigration, Women, World War II