Karen Hagemann

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James G. Kenan Distinguished Professor; Adjunct Professor of the Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense

566 Hamilton Hall
CB# 3195
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599
919.962.3960 (phone)
hagemann@unc.edu

MA University of Hamburg, 1980
Dr. Phil. University of Hamburg, 1989
Habil. Technical University of Berlin, 2000

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

Karen Hagemann teaches Modern German and European history, Military history and Women’s and Gender history from the late eighteenth to the late twentieth century. Her past research includes studies in the fields of welfare state, social and population policy, labor history, family history and the history of everyday lives, as well as the history of the women’s movement. Newer studies are focusing on the history of the military, war and gender, the history of nations and nationalism, the history of masculinity and citizenship, gender and civil society as well as the gendered construction of collective memories.Currently she has finished a monograph titled Prussia’s Wars against Napoleon: History, Culture, Memory to be published with Cambridge University Press in the winter of 2014-15.

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Most Recent Publications

Graduate Students Advised by Karen Hagemann

Courses Offered (as schedules allow)

For current course listings, consult the Registrar’s Schedule of Classes.

  • HIST 072-001—First-Year Seminar: Women’s Voices: 20th-Century European History in Female Memory
  • HIST/WMST 259—Women and Gender in Europe, 18th–20th Century
  • HIST/PWAD 268—(Gateway Course for the Undergraduate Cluster) War, Revolution and Culture: Transatlantic Perspectives, 1750–1850
  • HIST/PWAD 263H—(Honors Seminar) War and Gender in Movies: European Warfare in Twentieth Century Feature Films
  • HIST/WMST 391—(Undergraduate Seminar in History): Gendering Modern German History, 19th–20th C.
  • HIST 462—(Undergraduate/Graduate Reading Seminar): Germany, 1806–1918: Politics, Society and Culture
  • HIST 463—(Undergraduate/Graduate Reading Seminar): Germany since 1918: Politics, Society and Culture
  • HIST/PWAD/WMST 490—(Joint Graduate/Undergraduate Seminar) Military, War and Gender in Comparative Perspective: The age of World Wars (Britain, Germany, Russia and the United States)
  • HIST/WMST 500—(Joint Graduate/Undergraduate Course): Gender, Race and Nation in Europe and Beyond, 18th-20th C.
  • HIST/WMST 501—(Joint Graduate/Undergraduate Course): The Gender of Welfare – Comparative Perspectives, 19th–20th C.
  • Hist 517—Military, War, and Gender in Comparative Perspective (PWAD 517, WMST 517) HIST/WMST 725—(Graduate Seminar): Comparative/Global Gender History: Gender History and the History of Masculinity in Comparative Perspective
  • HIST 712—(Graduate Seminar): Modern European History Colloquium
  • HIST/WMST 725—(Graduate Seminar): Comparative/Global Gender History: Gender History and the History of Masculinity in Comparative Perspective
  • HIST/WMST 730—(Graduate Seminar) Feminist and Gender Theory for Historians
  • HIST/WMST 770—(Graduate Seminar) Readings in European Women’s and Gender History
  • HIST 890—(Graduate Seminar) Topics in History for Graduates: History and Memory: An Introduction into Theory, Methodology and Research

Click Here for Local Seminar Series and Selected Resources in European History, Military History, and Women’s and Gender History

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