Dr. Katharina Hoffmann
Hoffmann is a researcher at the working group "Migration - Gender –
Politics" (MGP), Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg. She holds a PhD
in history and a teaching degree in German as first and second language as well
as in social and political studies. Her main areas of research and teaching are the history of National
Socialism, memory cultures, multiculturalism and gender studies. Before she
joined MGP, she was a university lecturer in gender studies and history and
worked as a researcher in memorial projects, in field studies of military and
Katharina, Herbert Mehrtens and Silke Wenk, eds. (forthcoming). Myths,
Gender and the Military Conquest of Air and Sea, Oldenburg.
- Hoffmann, Katharina and Nuria Brufau Alvira (2012).
How to Become a Master Student. Student Manual: Guidelines for Academic
Communication Skills and Study Tips, Regional Institute of Gender, Diversity,
Peace and Rights (RIGDPR) Ahfad University for Women (AUW), Sudan.
Dietrich and Katharina Hoffmann, eds. (2008). Landschaft-Natur-Geschichte: Wie
kann Natur bewahrt und Erinnerung gestaltet werden? (Links between nature
conservation and historical education), Oldenburg.
Der U-Boot-Bunker in Bremen-Farge (2007). A film about the
history and future of the memorial site, in cooperation with Silke Betscher und
Wolfgang Wortmann, Oldenburg and Bremen.
- Irish Seamen in the 'work-training camp' in
Farge. Interviews taking us to Dublin (2006). A film by Katharina Hoffmann and Wolfgang
Wortmann, English and German version, Oldenburg.