Papers

2018

  • ‘Eine “verwahrloste” Jugend? Die Pathologisierung von Jugendverhalten in Ostdeutschland nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg [A “Depraved” Youth? Pathologising Youth Behaviour in East Germany after the Second World War]’ – Oberseminar, Universität Ulm, Germany, 15 January 2018 → Abstract
  • ‘“Asocial”, “Weak”, or “Sick”? Debating the Social and Medical Concept of Alcohol Addiction in East Germany during the 1970s’ – Socialist International Health Workshop, funded by the Wellcome Trust, University of Exeter, UK, 12-13 January 2018 → Abstract

2017

  • ‘“Your Right, Your Duty”: Experiences of Patients with Alcohol Addiction, Diabetes, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the German Democratic Republic’ – Conference of the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health in Bucharest, Romania, 31 August 2017 → Abstract
  • ‘Dictated or Guided? Shaping the ‘New’ Socialist Healthcare System in the Soviet Occupied Zone of Germany, 1945-1949’ – Conference: Occupations in the Age of Total War: Micro Perspectives and Transnational Research, Canterbury, UK, 22 June 2017 → Abstract
  • ‘Institutionalised Treatments of the Past: The Case of the Workhouse Dresden in Postwar East Germany’ – Conference of the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine/ Canadian Association for the History of Nursing and Canadian Historical Association, Toronto, CAN, 29 May 2017 → Abstract

2015

  • ‘A Walk Through the Waiting Room: Local Doctor-Patient-Relationships in Post-War East Germany’ – GDR Today II Conference, Bristol, UK, 10-11 September 2015 → Abstract
  • ‘Raped and Forgotten? Sexual Violence against Women and Children in Post-War East Germany’ – AAEH Conference, Newcastle, Australia, 14-17 July 2015 → Abstract
  • ‘“Women are the Problem.” Stigmatisation and Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Post-War East Germany’ – ANZSHM and ISHM Conference, Sydney, Australia, 30 June – 4 July 2015 → Abstract

2013

  • ‘“Why are you so afraid that we won’t return?” The East German medical Intelligentsia in the 70s’ – History Department Seminar, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, 27 February 2013 → Abstract