Practitioners in talk
Many ways lead out of the BGHS. But where do pathways lead to after the doctorate? In the winter semester we talk to historians and sociologists who have chosen their profession outside the university.
#1: Peter Scherrer spoke to us about his role as Deputy General Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation.
Peter Scherrer at a union demonstration.
#2: Michael Siedenhans spoke to us about his work as editor-in-chief at TERRITORY Content to Results GmbH.
Michael Siedenhans in an interview with Pelé in 2004.
#3: Hans-Walter Schmuhl talked to us about his work as a freelance historian.
Hans Walter Schmuhl at his working space.
#4: Linda Groß talked to us about her work at the Service Center for Young Academics at Bielefeld University.
The homepage of the service center of the University of Bielefeld
#5: Karin Werner talked to us about her work as a publisher at Transcript Verlag.
Karin Werner at her working place.
#6: Jette Prochnow-Furrer talked with us about her work at the "Forum Migration"
Jette as Doctoral Representative at the inaugural ceremony of the BGHS.
#7: Marie-Christine Heinze talked with us about her work at the "Center for Applied Research in Partnership with the Orient" (CARPO).
Group picture at one of CARPO's bi-annual Development Champions Forum.
#8: Götz Frommholz talked with us about his work at the "Open Society Foundations".
Götz Frommholz (second from left) at the "Internet Governance Forum" of the United Nations.