Prof. Dr. Mirjam Zadoff
Summer Semester 2011
Mirjam Zadoff is an academic assistant in the Jewish History and Culture section of the Department of History at LMU. She studied Jewish studies and history in Vienna and Munich. Her dissertation "Nächstes Jahr in Marienbad. Gegenwelten jüdischer Kulturen der Moderne (Next Year in Marienbad. Contrasting worlds of modern Jewish cultures)", published in 2006, received several distinctions and appeared in 2012 in English (Jewish Culture and Contexts Series, University of Pennsylvania Press).
At CAS, Mirjam Zadoff will work on the completion of her biography of Werner Scholem. This habilitation treatise tells the life story of the German-Jewish revolutionary as the history of a family and a generation which was deeply influenced by the imminent Utopian expectations of the communist revolution. This analysis makes a significant contribution to completing the picture of the German-Jewish experience of the 20th century.
- Prof. Dr. Stefanie Schüler-Springorum
(Zentrum für Antisemitismusforschung, TU Berlin, Germany)