Stephan Lehnstaedt

Stephan Lehnstaedt (1980, Munich) is a German historian of the Holocaust and professor at Touro University Berlin. Lehnstaedt received his doctor title in 2008 from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and in 2016 a habilitation from Technical University Chemnitz. Prior to joining Touro, he has lectured at Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, the Humboldt University Berlin, and the London School of Economics.

He works on imperialism, the history of the two world wars, the Holocaust and its reparations, with a special focus on German-Polish issues. He has published more than 40 peer-reviewed articles in seven languages. The German Bundestag heard him several times as an expert on memorial culture and the Holocaust, and he is also an advisor to the government. As a consequence, he is a frequent interview partner in German and Polish media. For his research on Polish history and his efforts on compensation for Holocaust victims, he received several awards in Poland.

In 2019, he has been working with the Berlin Wannsee Conference Memorial and the Wiener Holocaust Library London to curate the exhibition "Crimes Uncovered. The First Generation of Holocaust Researchers." It has been shown by the United Nations in New York, UNESCO headquarters in Paris, the UN's Palais des Nations in Geneva, the Haus der Geschichte in Vienna, and the German Foreign Office in Berlin, among others. His most recent exhibition was in 2022 with the German Military History Museum Berlin-Gatow, "The German Luftwaffe in the Third Reich. Crimes, Forced Labor, Resistance". Provided by Wikipedia
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Participants: Lehnstaedt, Stephan, [ VerfasserIn, VerfasserIn ]
Published: [2016]
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Participants: Lehnstaedt, Stephan, [ VerfasserIn ]
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