Assoziierte Doktorandin


Jessica Hall

Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History Potsdam
Am Neuen Markt 1
14467 Potsdam
Room 019

E-Mail: Jessica.Hall [at]


Since December 2021

associated doctoal candidate department IV Graduate School “Soziale Folgen des Wandels der Arbeitswelt“, Hans-Böckler-Foundation
Doctoral student at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

Dissertation: "A Social History of West- and East- German Railroaders in Light of the German Reunification and the Railway's Privatazation"

April 2018 - Juli 2020    

Research assistant for the chair of european history of the 19th and 20th century at Ludwig-Maximilians-University

April 2018 bis Juli 2020               

M.A. studies in modern and recent history at  Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich

M.A.-thesis „On safe tracks- The Culture of Safety and Security at the Deutsche Bundesbahn 1945-1989“

April 2014 bis Juli 2017

B.A. studies in history an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

B.A.-thesis: „National Unity- The Bicentennial of the USA as Mirrored in the Final Report of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration



Juli 2023 - Presentation of PhD-Project in the Colloquium "History of labor and trade unions", Friedrich Ebert Foundation and Augsburg University

March 2024 - Presentation at the "Arbeitskreis Geschichte" of the Railway and Transport Union (EVG)


Febuary 2024 - Guest on the ZZF-Podcast "Arbeitswelten von Eisenbahnerinnen"

June 2015 - Book-Review "The longest afternoon" Brendan Simms, Münchner Merkur, 18.05.2015.