Sarah
 
Graber Majchrzak
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Sarah Graber Majchrzak

Centre for Contemporary History
Am Neuen Markt 1
14467 Potsdam

Email: grabermajchrzak [at] zzf-potsdam.de

Vita

seit Juli 2016
Associated Doctoral Fellow at ZZF in department IV 
PhD project: “In the Same Boat” Despite the Iron Curtain? Labor Relations and Structural Change in German and Polish Shipyards in the 1970s and 1980s.

Jan - Juni 2016
ZZF-Fellowship and PhD candidate at the ZZF Potsdam, department IV: Regime des Sozialen 
PhD project: “In the Same Boat” Despite the Iron Curtain? Labor Relations and Structural Change in German and Polish Shipyards in the 1970s and 1980s. 

9/ 2012 - 5/2013 parental leave

2010 - 2015
Associated PhD candidate at the ZZF Potsdam, department IV: Regime des Sozialen 
PhD project: “In the Same Boat” Despite the Iron Curtain? Labor Relations and Structural Change in German and Polish Shipyards in the 1970s and 1980s. Responseble for Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Hachtmann

1/2011-3/2011
Research Scholarship from the German Historical Institute (DHI) in Warsaw.

Since 12/2010
Staff member of the research Project: Shipbuilding and Shiprepaire workers around the World (1950-2010), at IISG Amsterdam Coordinators: Raquel Valera (Lisabon), Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk (Amsterdam) und Marcel van der Linden (Amsterdam)

Since 4/2010
PhD candidate at the Europe-University-Viadrina at the chair of political Sociology by Prof. Dr. Anne Schwarz.

9/2009 – 12/2009
Academic internship at the ZZF Potsdam assistant of Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Hachtmann

7/2008 – 8/2009
Parental leave

2/2008 – 5/2008
Academic internship at the German Historical Institute (DHI) in Warsaw.

2007
Licentiate of the Faculty of Humanities University of Basel, Title of the Final project: The polish Peace – and Freedom movement Wolność i Pokoj (Freedom and Peace).By an oral History Approach

2/2006 – 6/2006
Study at the Jagiellonien University, Cracow (PL), Centrum Języka i Kultury Polskiej [Centre for polish language and Culture]

2004 – 2005
Study at the European-University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder)

2000 – 2007
Study in East European History, Sociology and Media studies at the University of Basel.

Temporary job: Assistant in a public library, Kantonsbibliothek BL, Liestal (Switzerland).

Born 1978 in Einsiedeln (Switzerland)

Projects

  • Associated PhD project

    The structural change that has been taking place in the working environments and the daily lives of workers in European industrial societies since the 1970s has for some time been a research focus within the field of contemporary history. However,... » zum Projekt

Publications

Aufsätze:

The Gdańsk Shipyard. Production regime and workers conflicts in the 1970s and 1980s in the People’s Republic of Poland, in: Raquel Varela / Hugh Murphy / Marcel van der Linden (Hg.): Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Workers around the World. Case Studies 1950-2010, Amsterdam University Press, 2017, p. 365 -397. (Online)

(zusammen mit Kamil Majchrzak): Arbeiterselbstverwaltung und Betriebsdemokratie in der Volksrepublik Polen - Ansprüche und Widersprüche, in: Demokratie – Wirtschaft – Staat: Demokratische Transformation als Strategie der Linken“ zum 80. Geburtstag unserer Vorsitzenden Ulla Plener, voraussichtliche Erscheinung September 2013

Rezensionen: 

Knud Andresen / Ursula Bitzegeio / Jürgen Mittag (Hg.),
Nach dem Strukturbruch? Kontinuität und Wandel von Arbeitsbeziehungen und Arbeitswelt(en) seit den 1970er. Bonn 2011, in Sozial. Geschichte Online 8(2012), S. 153-160.

Tagungsberichte:

Prekär am Schwarzen Meer, in: Rosalux 3 (2012), S. 6

Tagungsbericht: Global Labour History in Perspectiv. Shipbuilding Industry and Globalization since 1950 
13.07.2012