Lisa Gerlach MA

Email: Lisa.Gerlach-l8n@rub.de
Tel.: 0234 32 21876
Room GA 5/59



Project

Research interests

Cultural history; German-Jewish history; kinship studies; research into networks; the history of emotions and of the senses; women’s and gender history.

CV

2018-: Doctoral researcher, Chair of Nineteenth-Century Transnational History, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

December 2017-February 2018: Scholarship holder, Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 1150, ‘Cultures of Decision-Making’ (WWU Münster) (second phase of funding)

September 2017-November 2017: Doctoral fellow, German Historical Institute, Washington DC

June 2017-August 2017: Scholarship holder, Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 1150, ‘Cultures of Decision-Making’ (WWU Münster) (first phase of funding)

April 2015-May 2017: Research assistant to the Director and Deputy Director, Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Braunschweig

June 2014-January 2015: Project-linked researcher, Schlossmuseum Jever

May 2013-July 2013: Editorial internship, Vergangenheitsverlag publisher and agency

October 2010-March 2013: Student assistant, History of Emotions research centre, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin

October 2010-March 2013: Master of Arts (MA) in nineteenth- and twentieth-century history, Freie Universität Berlin

November 2007-April 2011: Museum assistant, Stadtmuseum Nordhorn

October 2007-November 2010: Bachelor of Arts (BA) in history, politics and Jewish studies, Freie Universität Berlin

Publications

  • "Väter, Söhne, Beziehungen, Netzwerke: Empfehlungsschreiben jüdischer Eliten im 19. Jahrhundert," in: PaRDeS. Journal of the Association for Jewish Studies in Germany (= Jewish Families and Kinship in the Early Modern and Modern Eras), 26 (2020), pp. 89-107. Online verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.25932/publishup-47365

  • "Unter Strom sehen. Zur Elekrifizierung der Straßenbeleuchtung in Berlin 1871- 1914," in: Stadtgeschichte als Zeitgeschichte. Berlin im 20. Jahrhundert, Hgg. Hanno Hochmuth und Paul Nolte, Göttingen: Wallstein https://www.wallstein-verlag.de/9783835335240-stadtgeschichte-als-zeitgeschichte.html
    (Awarded the Science Award 2019 of the "Association for the History of Berlin eV".)

  • „`Ich weiss von wenigen Menschen, die mir dafür so qualifiziert erscheinen,…` – Ein Empfehlungsschreiben für Siegfried Landshut,“ in: Hamburger Schlüsseldokumente zur deutsch-jüdischen Geschichte, 29.07.2019. Online at: https://dx.doi.org/10.23691/jgo:article-257.de.v1


  • „Empfehlungsschreiben in transnationalen Netzwerken“ (Letters of recommendation in transnational networks), in: Trafo, blog for transregional research,10.07.2018, https://trafo.hypotheses.org/10354

  • Panel report: ‘Kinship, Knowledge and Migration’. Panel Series. 41th Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, sponsored by the German Historical Institute (Washington), Atlanta (05.-08.10.2016), in: History of Knowledge, March 7, 2018, https://historyofknowledge.net/2018/03/07/report-kinship-knowledge-and-migration/

  • Conference report: ‘Learning at the margins: The Creation and Dissemination of Knowledge among African Americans and Jews since the 1880s’ (7-9.09.2017, Washington) (forthcoming).
  • Panel report: Dynamiken religiösen Wissens: Resilienzstrategien und Innovationspotenziale im Angesicht der Moderne (Dynamics of religious knowledge: Strategies for resilience and potential for innovation in the face of modernity) 51st Biennial Meeting of German Historians (Deutscher Historikertag), 2016: GLAUBENSFRAGEN (Questions of faith) (21.09.2016, Hamburg). Available online at www.hsozkult.de/conferencereport/id/tagungsberichte-6883

  • Conference report: Wissen auf der Flucht. Deutsche Akademikerinnen und Akademiker im Ausland, 1933-45 (Knowledge, escaping: German university graduates abroad, 1933-45) (17.12.2015, Berlin). Available online at http://www.hsozkult.de/conferencereport/id/tagungsberichte-6476

  • „Das Minimuseum Ellenserdamm,“ digital exhibition by Schlossmuseum Jever, available online at https://www.schlossmuseum.de/sammlungen/minimuseum-ellenserdamm/

  • Conference report: Childhood, Youth and Emotions in Modern History (29.11.2012-01.12.2012, Berlin). Available online at http://www.hsozkult.de/conferencereport/id/tagungsberichte-4751