Category: Teaching

Solidarity, Sabotage, Students: Protest in Europe, 1968-89

I designed and teach this year-long special subject, which examines the history of Europe in the second half of the twentieth century through the prism of those social movements that contested local, national, and international political decision-making throughout the period.

Two Germanys, ‘One People’? Central Europe, 1945-1990

I designed and regularly teach this second-year module on post-war German history. It examines the social, political, and cultural history of East and West Germany in comparative and transnational perspective.

Research Skills for Historians (M.A.)

This core module aims to equip new M.A. students with key skills necessary for advanced study in the humanities or social sciences and with the specific skills needed to undertake research in History.

A Comparative History of Revolution

I have regularly taught seminar groups and given lectures for the University of Sheffield’s team-taught HST3306 thematic module on ‘Revolutions’, including in the academic years 2016-17, 2017-18, and 2018-19.

Transnational — So What? On the Use and Abuse of a Historical Approach

Taught at the Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin, Sommersemester 2015.

Protest Movements in Western Europe and the USA, 1960s-1980s

Taught at the Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin, Sommersemester 2014.