Prof. Dr. Jörg Hackmann
Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Polenstudien
University of Szczecin, Professorship for East-European History
Jörg Hackmann is Alfred Döblin Professor at the Institute of History of the University of Szczecin and Director of the International Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the University of Szczecin in Kulice. He is also an associate of the University of Greifswald (currently with a research project on the Jewish topography of Szczecin before the Shoah). He is Vice President of the Herder Research Council focused on East-Central Europe and has been a visiting professor at the Universities of Joensuu, Riga, Södertörn, Tartu, Turku, and the University of Ilinois (Chicago), among others, as well as a visiting researcher at the University of Chicago and the University of Sydney. Regional research interests include East-Central Europe and the Baltic Sea region. Research topics focus on the history of interconnectedness, cultures of memory, cultural appropriation processes and the public use of history, and the history of civil society. Recent book publications include Sociability in Northeastern Europe. Studies on Association Culture, Civil Society, and Nationalization Processes in a Polycultural Region (1770-1950), Wiesbaden 2020, and Interconnections in Politics, Culture, and Economics In Eastern Europe. Transnationality as a Research Problem, Wiesbaden 2018 (with Peter Oliver Loew).
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