Larissa r. Stiglich, M. A



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LARISSA R. STIGLICH, M.A.

Ph.D. Candidate

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Department of History

Hamilton Hall, CB #3195

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-3195

Email: stiglich@live.unc.edu

Website: http://history.unc.edu/people/graduate-students/larissa-stiglich/


CURRICULUM VITAE
EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. Candidate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    • Primary field: Modern European (German) History

    • Secondary field: Russian and Eastern European History

    • Dissertation project entitled “After Socialism: The Transformation of Everyday Life in Eisenhüttenstadt, 1980-Present.” Supervised by Dr. Konrad H. Jarausch, Lurcy Professor of European Civilization.

  • M.A. in History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 2014

    • Master’s Thesis entitled “A Crisis of Marriage? The Debate on Marriage Reform in the Social Democratic Weimar Women’s Press, 1919-1933.” Supervised by Dr. Karen Hagemann, James G. Kenan Distinguished Professor.

  • B.A. in History and German, Willamette University (Salem, Oregon), May 2011

    • Bachelor’s History Thesis entitled “Defying Tradition: East and West German Women’s Struggle to Attain de Facto Equality in the Postwar Period.”

    • Bachelor’s German Thesis entitled “Gustaf Gründgens und der Pakt mit dem Teufel: eine Frage der menschlichen Verantwortung.”


INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

  • Visiting Student, Free University of Berlin, 2015-2016.

  • Visiting Student, Ruprecht-Karls Universität, Heidelberg, Germany, Summer Semester 2012.

  • Visiting Student, Universität Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany, Fall Semester 2009.

  • Participant in the German American Partnership Program (Calbe, Germany), June 2006.


FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

  • Chi-Jung Chu Memorial Summer Research Fellowship, The Graduate School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Summer 2017.

  • Central European History Society, Travel and Research Grant, Summer 2017.

  • Finalist, Award for Outstanding Teaching, Department of History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Spring Semester 2017.

  • Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies Dissertation Fellowship, Free University of Berlin, 2015-2016.

  • Fulbright U.S. Student Award to Germany, 2015-2016 [declined].

  • Mowry Dissertation Research Fellowship, Department of History, UNC, Summer 2015.

  • UNC Graduate Summer Internship Award, Department of History, UNC, Summer 2015.

  • Trans-Atlantic Summer Institute, Center for German & European Studies through the University of Minnesota, Universität Viadrina, Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany, July 2014.

  • Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship for German Language Studies, Center for European Studies, UNC, Summer 2013.

  • Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, History and German, 2011.

  • Dr. Ivan Lovell History Scholarship, Willamette University, 2010.

  • Helen Yeomans Luther German Scholarship, Willamette University, 2009.

  • Dean’s List, Willamette University, 2008-2011.


PRESENTATIONS

  • “From Shortage to Surplus: Demographic Change and Demolition in Eisenhüttenstadt,” North Carolina German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series, October 15, 2017.

  • “Trajectories of Transition in East German Oral Histories, 1980-Present,” German Studies Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2017.

  • “’Stand hier nicht mal mein Wohnkomplex?’ Demographic Changes and Demolition in Eisenhüttenstadt, 1980-Present,” Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies Summer Workshop, Free University, Berlin, Germany, June 28-30, 2017.

  • “‘Situated in the center of the new Europe,’ or Why National Borders Still Matter to Eisenhüttenstadt,” Mobility/Borders/Migration Panel at the Southeast German Studies Consortium Workshop, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, March 9-10, 2017.

  • “From Shortage to Surplus: The Wohnungsfrage in Eisenhüttenstadt from 1980 to Present,” German Studies Association Annual Conference, San Diego, California, October 2016.

  • “Verlorene Utopie? Veränderungen im Alltag in Eisenhüttenstadt, 1980 bis zur Gegenwart,” Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies Colloquium, Free University, Berlin, Germany, April 2016.

  • “Gustaf Gründgens and the Pact with the Devil: a Question of Human Responsibility and Assimilation vs. Resistance during the Third Reich,” Student Scholarship Recognition Day, Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, April 2011.

  • “Defying Tradition: East and West German Women’s Struggle to Attain de Facto Equality in the Postwar Period,” Student Scholarship Recognition Day, Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, April 2011.


PUBLICATIONS

  • Review of Four Germanys: A Chronicle of the Schorcht Family, by Donald S. Pitkin, The Public Historian (forthcoming).

  • “Tales from the Archive: The Extra-Archival Encounters of a Contemporary German Historian,” Traces: the UNC-Chapel Hill Journal of History (Spring 2017).

  • “Erich Honecker’s Speech to the Workers of Eisenhüttenstadt, East Germany’s Socialist Model City, 1980,” Traces: the UNC-Chapel Hill Journal of History (Spring 2016).


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Instructor of Record

    • Face-to-face instruction, “The World Since 1945,” Spring 2017

  • Writing Tutor

    • First Year Seminar, “Seeing History in Everyday Places,” Fall 2016

  • Teaching Assistant

    • “Sports and American History,” Fall 2017

    • “The World Since 1945,” Fall 2016

    • “The Transatlantic Slave Trade,” Spring 2015

    • “Europe in the 20th Century,” Fall 2014

    • “The World Since 1945,” Spring 2014

    • “The World Since 1945,” Fall 2013


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Graduate Assistant, North Carolina German Studies Seminar & Workshop Series, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, August 2016 to present.

  • Co-Organizer, North Carolina German Studies Workshop, “Burdens and Beginnings: Rebuilding East and West Germany after Nazism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April 6-7, 2017.

  • Editorial Acquisitions Intern, University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, Summer 2015.

  • Academic Tutor for History, German language, and Women’s and Gender Studies, Academic Support Program for Student Athletes, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, August 2013 to May 2015.


SERVICE

  • Co-President, Graduate History Society, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2017-2018.

  • Residency Coordinator, Graduate History Society, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016-2017.

  • Environmental Coordinator, Graduate History Society, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013-2014.


LANGUAGES

  • English: native speaker

  • German: fluent in reading and speaking, near fluent in writing

  • Spanish: proficient in reading, basic speaking and writing


REFERENCES

Dr. Konrad H. Jarausch (advisor)

Lurcy Professor of European Civilization

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Hamilton Hall, CB #3195

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3195

(919) 962-8083

jaruasch@email.unc.edu


Dr. Chad Bryant

Associate Professor of History

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Hamilton Hall, CB #3195



Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3195

bryantc@email.unc.edu

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