Knud Andresen

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Knud Andresen (* 1965 ) is a German historian .


From 1990 to 1998 he studied history and politics at the University of Hamburg , where he obtained his master's degree. He worked in political adult education from 1998 to 2003. The Hans Böckler Foundation supported him as a doctoral scholarship holder from 1999 to 2003. From 2003 to 2006, he worked for Volkswagen AG Braunschweig as an adviser to the works council . From 2006 to 2008 he worked as a freelance historian. Since 2008 he has been a research associate at the Research Center for Contemporary History in the field of Perspectives in Recent History (1945–1990). In 2010 he was visiting scholar at the University of Copenhagen . Since the habilitation , from the workers to the new social movement? The union youth of IG Metall and politicized youth cultures between 1968 and the 1980s , in 2015 he is a private lecturer at the University of Hamburg .

His main research interests are the history of the world of work, labor movement / trade union history, biography and oral history, youth research and the history of the New Left.

Fonts (selection)

  • The confrontation with National Socialism and the extermination of the Jews in selected publications of the New Left 1969–1970 . Hamburg 1997, OCLC 246309323 . (At the same time master thesis, Hamburg 1997).
  • Participate. The development of lobbying at Volkswagen in Braunschweig 1945–2002 . IG Metall administrative office, Braunschweig 2005, OCLC 836060370 .
  • Contradiction as a principle of life. The undogmatic socialist Heinz Brandt (1909–1986) (= Archive of Social Democracy of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Political and Social History Series , Volume 75). Dietz, Bonn 2007, ISBN 3-8012-4170-X . (also dissertation, Hamburg 2005).
  • as editor with Ursula Bitzegeio and Jürgen Mittag : "After the structural break "? Continuity and change in working relationships and working world (s) since the 1970s (= Archive of Social Democracy of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Political and Social History Series , Volume 89). Dietz, Bonn 2011, ISBN 3-8012-4202-1 .
    • as editor with Ursula Bitzegeio and Jürgen Mittag: "After the structural break "? Continuity and change in work relationships and the world of work (s) since the 1970s (= series of publications Federal Agency for Political Education , Volume 1197). Licensed edition, Federal Agency for Political Education, Bonn 2011, ISBN 978-3-8389-0197-8 .
  • Triumphant Tales. How trade unionists talk about their memories (= publications of the Institute for Social Movements , Volume 57). Klartext Verlag, Essen 2014, ISBN 3-8375-1271-1 .
  • as editor with Michaela Kuhnhenne , Johannes Platz and Jürgen Mittag: The company as a social and political place. Studies on practices and discourses in the working worlds of the 20th century (= Archive of Social Democracy of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Political and Social History Series , Volume 98). Dietz, Bonn 2015, ISBN 978-3-8012-4226-8 .
  • as editor with Linde Apel and Kirsten Heinsohn : The spoken word counts. Oral History and Contemporary History Today. Dorothee Wierling on her birthday in 2015 . Wallstein-Verl., Göttingen 2015, ISBN 3-8353-1629-X .
  • as editor with Bart van der Steen : A European youth revolt. European perspectives on youth protest and social movements in the 1980s (= Palgrave studies in the history of social movements ). Palgrave Macmillan, New York 2016, ISBN 978-1-137-56569-3 .
  • Radicalization slowed down. IG Metall and its youth from 1968 to the 1980s (= Hamburg contributions to social and contemporary history , Volume 56). Wallstein Verlag, Göttingen 2016, ISBN 3-8353-1918-3 . (also habilitation thesis, Hamburg 2015).
  • as editor with Detlef Siegfried : Apartheid and Anti-Apartheid - South Africa and Western Europe (= Zeithistorische Forschungen 13 , Issue 2). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen 2016, OCLC 952319669 .
  • as editor with Mario Kessler and Axel Schildt : Dissidente Kommunisten. The Soviet model and its critics . Metropol Verlag, Berlin 2018, ISBN 978-3-86331-426-2 .

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