Nicole Kramer

Nicole Kramer is assistant professor at the Goethe-University of Frankfurt. She received her PhD at the University of Munich. In her dissertation, she focused on women on the German homefront during the Second World War. She has been a visiting scholar at the University of Nottingham and the German Historical Institute in Rome. Her current resarch concerns ageing, care policies, and the making of the welfare state in West Germany, England and Italy.

Recent publications:

  • Der Wandel des italienischen Sozialstaats in Zeiten politischer Umbrüche, in: Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Bibliotheken 97 (2017), S. 3-23.
  • Like a Solid Rock? Forces of Continuity and Silent Mutations within the Federal Republic of Germany’s Welfare State Development, in: Erik Eklund, Melanie Oppenheimer und Joanne Scott (Hrsg.), The State of Welfare. Comparative Studies of the Welfare State and the End of the Long Boom, 1965-1980, Oxford 2017, S. 151-175.
  • Vers une coordination internationale de la politique du vieillissement: le Conseil de l’Europe et la République fédérale d’Allemagne dans les années 60, in: Revue d’histoire de la protection sociale 10 (2017), S. 84-101.
  • Connecting Categories: Age, Gender, and Archaeologies of Knowledge, in: Iris Loffeier / Benoît Majerus / Thibault Moulaert (Hrsg.): Framing Age. Contested Knowledge in Science and Politics, Oxford 2017, S. 108-125.

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