Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena

Diana Joseph M.A.

Academic staff Diana Joseph

Administrative Staff

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Mail: diana.joseph(at)uni-jena(dot)de

Diana Joseph has been a member of the managing director's staff of the Imre Kertész Kolleg since October 2010. Among her multiple responsibilities, she supports and advises visiting researchers at the Institute, coordinates the project with the university administration, and organizes the Kolleg's conferences, workshops and summer schools both in Germany and abroad. She is further responsible for the homepage and all of the Kolleg's internal and external communication processes. She received her Master's degree at the Dresden University of Technology in Applied Linguistics and German Literature and Language Studies. Prior to receiving her MA, she obtained her teacher-training diploma from the State University of Bălți, Moldova. During her studies in Dresden, she was a graduate student and trainee at the Regional Council and the State Ministry of Education in  Dresden, Saxony.

Articles

´Es blieben die Kindererinnerungen´, in: Borodziej, Włodzimierz/ Buko, Maria/ Utz, Raphael/ Zakrzewska, Zofia (Hg.): Od zgonu Ojca Narodów do śmierci Orła Karpat. Księga na sześćdziesiąte urodziny Jerzego Kochanowskiego = Vom Tod des Vaters der Völker bis zum Ende des Adlers der Karpathen : Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Jerzy Kochanowski. Wydanie pierwsze. Warszawa 2020, S. 336-342.

`The Ukrainian Crisis in the Moldovan Media´, in: Borodziej, Włodzimierz/ Puttkamer, Joachim von/ Warneck, Dorothea: The Ukrainian Crisis in the European Media and the Public Sphere, Forum Geschichtskulturen, Jena 2014.

´The Republic of Moldova in the Context of the Ukrainian Crisis: Settlement and Security Guarantees for the Transnistrian and Gagauzian Conflicts´, in: Borodziej, Włodzimierz/ Puttkamer, Joachim von/ Warneck, Dorothea: The Ukrainian Crisis in the European Media and the Public Sphere, Forum Geschichtskulturen, Jena 2014.

Other publications

mit Jenny Alwart und Stephan Kaschner: `Unbekannte Gedenkorte europäischer Zeitgeschichte in Moldova und der Ukraine`, in: Bericht des fünften Internationalen Forums der GESCHICHTSWERKSTATT EUROPA, „Transnistrien – der vergessene Holocaust 1941-1944“, Leipzig 2013.