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M. Michaela Hampf Historikerin


Verzeichnis durchgeführter Lehrveranstaltungen



Universität Kassel (Lehrstuhlvertretung):
The History of African Americans I: From the Colonial Period to the Civil War, Vorlesung, WiSe 2017/18.
Eugenics as a Transnational Movement Between Progressivism and Totalitarianism, (Haupt-)Seminar, WiSe 2017/18.
From Telegraphy to Cable TV: The History of Electronic Mass Media in the United States, (Haupt-)Seminar, WiSe 2017/18.
BA-Kolloquium, (WiSe 2017/18).
Anti-Slavery Movements in the United States, (Haupt-)Seminar, SoSe 2018.
British Colonies in North America, (Haupt-)Seminar, SoSe 2018.
The History of African Americans II: From the Civil War tot he Civil Rights Movement, (Vorlesung, SoSe 2018).
BA-Kolloquium, (SoSe 2018).

Center for Global History, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften, FU Berlin:
Theory, Methods and History of Historical Studies (BA seminar, History, WiSe 2016/17).
Eugenics as a Transnational Movement between Progressivism and Totalitarianism (MA seminar, Global History).
Anti-Slavery Movements in American History (MA seminar, American Studies, Global History and History, WiSe 2016/17).
Research Colloquium (Global History, American Studies and History, WiSe 2016/17).
History of Feminist Movements in the United States, 19th-21st centuries (MA seminar, American Studies, Global History and History, SoSe 2017).
The History of African Americans (Vorlesung, American Studies, Global History and History, SoSe 2017).
Major Issues of North American Colonial History (MA seminar, American Studies, Global History and History, SoSe 2017).

Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Lehrstuhlvertretung)
American Exceptionalism und Perspektiven transnationaler Geschichte (Oberseminar MA Geschichte).
Radio-Aktivitäten: Geschichte des Rundfunks in den USA und Kanada (Hauptseminar MA Geschichte).
African American History, 1619-1865 (Vorlesung BA und MA Geschichte).
Sklaverei im amerikanischen Süden vor dem Bürgerkrieg (Übung BA Geschichte).

John F. Kennedy Institute, Freie Universität Berlin
Graduate School of North American Studies

The US as a World Power in Transatlantic Networks (Proseminar Geschichte und North American Studies (NAS), SoSe 2006).
Feminisms in the 20th Century (Hauptseminar Geschichte und NAS, SoSe 2006).
The Abolitionist Movement in the 19th Century (Hauptseminar NAS, WiSe 2006/07).
Slavery in the Antebellum South, 1830-1865 (Proseminar NAS, WiSe 2006/07).
Tomb, Temple, Machine, Self: Concepts of the Body from Enlightenment to the 20th Century (Hauptseminar Geschichte und NAS, SoSe 2007).
Industrialization, Transport and Communication in the 19th Century (MA NAS, SoSe 2007).
Transatlantic Engineering Cultures and Communities in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Hauptseminar Geschichte und NAS, WiSe 2007/08).
Body, Gender, Technology: Perspectives in History and Literature (Interdisziplinäres Seminar MA NAS (IS), mit Dr. Mary Ann Snyder-Körber, WiSe 2007/08).
Grundlegende Fragestellungen der nordamerikanischen Kulturgeschichte (Grundlagenveranstaltung (GV) Master NAS; HS Geschichte, SoSe 2008).
Radio Broadcasting in Canada and the United States (MA Public History, HS MA NAS; HS Geschichte, SoSe 2008).
Knowledge – Transfer – Difference: Transnational Entanglements of Racisms after 1700 (Vorlesungsreihe, mit Prof. Claudia Bruns, Humboldt University Berlin, SoSe 2008).
Major Issues in North American Colonial History (GV Master NAS; HS Geschichte, mit Dr. Dominik Nagl, WiSe 2008/09, MA Global History).
Diversity: Knowledge – Transfer – Difference (Vorlesungsreihe, mit Prof. Claudia Bruns, Humboldt University Berlin, WiSe 2008/09).
Die amerikanische Revolution und frühe Republik (Vorlesung BA Geschichte, Modul „Regionale Perspektiven“, WiSe 2008/09).
Colloquium Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies (Research Colloquium der FU Berlin und der German Studies Association, WiSe 2008/09).
Forty Acres and a Mule: The Reconstruction and its Effects in US History and Culture (HS MA NAS, mit Silke Hackenesch, SoSe 2009).
Women at War: United States Women in World War II (HS Master NAS und MA Geschichte Modul „Räume und Regionen“, SoSe 2009).
American Exceptionalism (co-taught with Prof. Winfried Fluck). Doctoral seminar, Graduate School of North American Studies, WiSe 2010/11.
Major Issues in North American Colonial History (GV Master und Magister NAS; HS MA Geschichte, WiSe 2010/11.
Major Issues in the Cultural History of North America(GV Master und Magister NAS; HS MA Geschichte, SoSe 2011).
Advanced Research Methods in History (Doctoral seminar, Graduate School of North American Studies, SoSe 2011 und SoSe 2013).
American Exceptionalism (co-taught with Prof. Winfried Fluck). Doctoral seminar, Graduate School of North American Studies, WiSe 2011/12.
Understanding North America (Lecture, BA North American Studies, WiSe 2011/12) (SoSe 2013).
The History of Radio Broadcasting in the US and Canada (BA Geschichte und NAS, SoSe 2013).
Eugenics as a Transnational Movement (GV MA NAS, HS MA Global History, SoSe 2013).
Masculinities in US-American History from the 18th to the 21st Century (HS NAS, Geschichte, Global History, SoSe 2014).
Photography and Visual Culture in 19th and 20th Century America (HS NAS, Geschichte, Global History, SoSe 2015).
BA-Colloquium der Abteilungen Geschichte, Wirtschaft, Soziologie und Politik (BA NAS, SoSe 2015).
The Reconstruction Era and the Gilded Age, 1863-1900 (VL Geschichte, SoSe 2015).
Telegraphy to Cable TV: The History of Electronic Mass Media in the US (BA NAS, WiSe 2015/16).
Anti-Slavery Movements in American History (HS MA NAS, Global History, Geschichte, WiSe 2015/16).
History of African Americans (VL MA NAS, Geschichte und Global History, WiSe 2015/16).

North American Studies Program, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Machine, Organism, Surface: The Body in American Discourse from Early Republic to Cyberspace (Proseminar North American Studies, SoSe 2002).

Angloamerikanische Abteilung des Historischen Instituts der Universität zu Köln
Militär und Geschlecht: Frauen im US-Militär vom Zweiten Weltkrieg bis zum Zweiten Golfkrieg (WiSe 2000/02). Proseminar Angloamerikanische Geschichte.
Histories of Psychiatry in the US and Germany from 1870 to 1950 (SoSe 05). Proseminar Geschichte und Angloamerikanische Geschichte.