Anna Katharina Pieper M.A.
Member of the academic staff, Department of History
Room: DvI 03-08
Phone: +49 6131 39 39476
Fax: +49 6131 39 35326
Born in 1987 in Bonn. B.A. in European Cultural History, English Literature, Social Sciences and Art History in Augsburg and Florence (2007-2011), M.A. in Cultural History and European Ethnology/Empirical Cultural Science in Jena (2011-2014). Research Associate since October 2015. Editorial assistance for the »Online Atlas on the History of Humanitarianism and Human Rights« and the Global Humanitarianism Research Academy-Website.
History of Germany and Italy in the 19th century
Identity and memorial culture of the Risorgimento
Travel and travelogues, esp. German travels to the Orient
Colonial history and global history
Current research projects:
Shortly after its foundation, the young kingdom of Italy faced various political, economic and social difficulties. Its struggle for power, recognition and identity became apparent in the nationally and internationally crucial ‘Roman question’, in the emergence of particular Catholic milieus and in the role Italy assumed in the international power struggle, dominated by already established colonial nations.