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Dr. Elke Gryglewski

Tel. +49 (0) 5141-93355-11 (Office)
info@stiftung-ng.de

1989 – 1995: Studied political science in Munich (Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität), Berlin (Freie Universität) and Santiago de Chile (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales)

 

2007 – 2012: Dissertation on “Young Arab-Palestinian and Turkish Berliners and their relationship with National Socialism and the Shoah: A study of the pedagogy of appreciation”

 

1995 – 2015: Member of the academic-pedagogic staff of the House of the Wannsee Conference Memorial and Educational Site

 

2015 – 2020: Deputy director and head of the educational department of the House of the Wannsee Conference Memorial and Educational Site

 

2015-2017: Member of second Independent Panel on Antisemitism established on the basis of a Bundestag resolution

 

2008 – 2012: Member of the first Independent Panel on Antisemitism established on the basis of a Bundestag resolution

 

Since 2018: Expert for the German Foreign Office on the issue of designing a memorial covering the history of the Colonia Dignidad in the Villa Baviera, Chile (with Dr Jens-Christian Wagner)

 

 

Research areas

 

National Socialism in a global perspective, reckoning with National Socialism after 1945, reckoning with National Socialism in a diverse German society

 

 

Selected publications

2009

Gryglewski, Elke, Birle, Peter und Schindel, Estela (Hg.): Urbane Erinnerungskulturen im Dialog: Berlin und Buenos Aires, Berlin 2009.

2015

Gryglewski, Elke, Haug, Verena, Kößler, Gottfried, Lutz, Thomas und Schikorra, Christa (Hg.): Gedenkstättenpädagogik: Kontext, Theorie und Praxis der Bildungsarbeit zu NS-Verbrechen, Berlin 2015.

2018

Gryglewski, Elke und Siebeck, Cornelia (Hg.): Passagen, Brüche, Perspektiven. Flucht historisch denken lernen. Eine Dokumentensammlung, Berlin 2018.