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27.07.1970
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Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2008–31.12.2008   
Teadlane, Tallinna Ülikool, EHI, NÜÜDISKULTUURI UURIMISKESKUS
01.01.2007–31.12.2008   
UCL SSEES CEELBAS (Postdoctoral Research Fellow)
 
 
Haridustee
1997–2006   
PhD
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2007−2008   
CEELBAS PostDoctoral Research Fellow

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.4. Kultuuriuuringud
 
 
Lisainfo
Teaching: • Contemporary East European History
• Nationalism and Ethnic Politics
• Memory Studies
• Urban Studies
• Historical Methodology and Advances Qualitative Research Methods
• International Relations
Publicaitons

Wulf, M. 2008, “Locating Estonia: Perspectives from Exile and the Homeland “ in SSRN, Posted: September 18, 2008 http://ssrn.com/abstract=1268378


Wulf, M., 2007, “The struggle for official recognition of ‘displaced’ group memories in post-Soviet Estonia”, in: Michal Kopecek (eds.), Past in the Making: Recent History Revisions and Historical Revisionism in Central Europe after 1989, Budapest & New York: CEU Press, pp. 217 – 241.


Wulf, M., 2005, Book Review of “She Who Survives Remembers. Interpreting Estonian Women’s Post-Soviet Life Stories”, Tiina Kirss et al. (eds.), in: Journal of Baltic Studies, Vol. 36 / 2, pp. 237 - 242.

Wulf, M., 2003, “Theoretische Überlegungen zum Begriff des kollektiven Gedächtnisses in Estland’, in: Peter Nitschke (eds.), Sammelband: Kulturvermittlung und Interregionalitäten, Frankfurt: Collegium Polonicum, pp. 167 – 192.

Wulf, M., 2000, “Theory Building: Dynamics of Collective Memory in Estonia”, in: Department of East European Studies, Uppsala, Working Paper, No 51, pp. 29 -51.

Wulf, M., 1998, Review article of Dietrich Beyrau's lecture on “Educated Classes in Nazi-Germany and Stalinist Russia - A Comparison”, at the GHI, London, in: ASEN Bulletin, No 15.




Forthcoming Publications:

Wulf, M., “Locating Estonia: Perspectives from Exile and the Homeland “, in: Peter Gatrell and Nicholas Baron (eds.), Warlands: Population Resettlement and State Reconstruction in Soviet Eastern Europe, 1945-1950, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming 2009).

Wulf, M. & P. Grönholm, “Generating meaning across generations – The role of historians in the codification of history in Soviet and post-Soviet Estonia”, in: JBS special issue on: Collective memory and pluralism in the Baltic States (forthcoming 2010).
8.05.2018
27.07.1970
447871440334
442076791523
meike_wulf@yahoo.com
Meike Wulf, BA (Münster), MA (SSEES), PhD (LSE). After gaining her first degree in Politics, Modern History, Journalism, and Cultural Studies, Meike specialized through a Master in Slavonic and East European Studies and subsequently carried out her PhD studies supervised by Anthony D. Smith on “Historical Culture, Conflicting Memories and Identities in Post-Soviet Estonia”. The focus of her postdoctoral research at CEELBAS is on East European Cities. She taught courses on Nationalism, Memory Studies, Qualitative Methods, and Cities at the University of Münster, Uppsala, Konstanz, the LSE, Tallinn, and UCL; and spent research time at the University of Hull, at BEEGS Södertörns, and Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut. From 2009 Meike will be Assistant Professor in Political Culture in Europe at the Universiteit Maastricht, The Netherlands. Research Interests: •Legacy of the war in post-1945 European memory •Commemorative landscapes of post-Soviet and post-socialist societies •Transformation of urban experiences in post-socialist cities (public spaces and civicidentities) •Politicalgenerations. Teaching: • Contemporary East European History
• Nationalism and Ethnic Politics
• Memory Studies
• Urban Studies
• Historical Methodology and Advances Qualitative Research Methods
• International Relations. Publicaitons: Wulf, M. 2008, “Locating Estonia: Perspectives from Exile and the Homeland “ in SSRN, Posted: September 18, 2008 http://ssrn.com/abstract=1268378 Wulf, M., 2007, “The struggle for official recognition of ‘displaced’ group memories in post-Soviet Estonia”, in: Michal Kopecek (eds.), Past in the Making: Recent History Revisions and Historical Revisionism in Central Europe after 1989, Budapest & New York: CEU Press, pp. 217 – 241. Wulf, M., 2005, Book Review of “She Who Survives Remembers. Interpreting Estonian Women’s Post-Soviet Life Stories”, Tiina Kirss et al. (eds.), in: Journal of Baltic Studies, Vol. 36 / 2, pp. 237 - 242. Wulf, M., 2003, “Theoretische Überlegungen zum Begriff des kollektiven Gedächtnisses in Estland’, in: Peter Nitschke (eds.), Sammelband: Kulturvermittlung und Interregionalitäten, Frankfurt: Collegium Polonicum, pp. 167 – 192. Wulf, M., 2000, “Theory Building: Dynamics of Collective Memory in Estonia”, in: Department of East European Studies, Uppsala, Working Paper, No 51, pp. 29 -51. Wulf, M., 1998, Review article of Dietrich Beyrau's lecture on “Educated Classes in Nazi-Germany and Stalinist Russia - A Comparison”, at the GHI, London, in: ASEN Bulletin, No 15. Forthcoming Publications: Wulf, M., “Locating Estonia: Perspectives from Exile and the Homeland “, in: Peter Gatrell and Nicholas Baron (eds.), Warlands: Population Resettlement and State Reconstruction in Soviet Eastern Europe, 1945-1950, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming 2009). Wulf, M. & P. Grönholm, “Generating meaning across generations – The role of historians in the codification of history in Soviet and post-Soviet Estonia”, in: JBS special issue on: Collective memory and pluralism in the Baltic States (forthcoming 2010).

Career

Institution and occupation
01.01.2008–31.12.2008   
Senior Researcher, at Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, Tallinn University
01.01.2007–31.12.2008   
UCL SSEES CEELBAS
 
 
Education
1997–2006   
PhD
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2007−2008   
Coordinating research activities and teaching (such as workshops, conferences, seminars) on the theme of Cities and Urban Experiences in Eastern Europe.

Qualifications

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