Gaelle Fisher

14 March 2013

Gaelle Fisher

Gaelle Fisher is a teaching fellow in German History. She teaches courses on the social history of the GDR, the history of divided Germany and an interdisciplinary module on Berlin as a site of memorialization.

Her research interests cover 20th century German and modern Central European history. In particular, she is interested in questions of memory and identity relating to the legacies of the Holocaust and the history of German minorities in Central and Eastern Europe.

She received her BA from UCL in German and History and an interdisciplinary M. A. from the School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies. She is currently writing her PhD within the framework of the AHRC-funded research project “Reverberations of War” on displaced German-speakers from the region of Bukovina after the Second World War.