Diversity and Inclusivity Prize Winners 2022

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The German History Society has initiated an award for critical interventions in debates on gender, minorities, migration, ethnicity and equality, including research on critical race studies, LGBTQ+ and queer studies and disability studies related to any aspect of the history of Germany and the German-speaking world in its broadest global context.

The Postgraduate/ERC winner has been announced as Dr Bodie Ashton, University of Erfurt, with the essay: ‘The Parallel Lives of Liddy Bacroff: Transgender (Pre-)History and the Tyranny of the Archive in Twentieth-Century Germany’.

The Undergraduate winner has been announced as Chloe Marsden, Durham University, with the essay: ‘Neue Frau and Die Freundin: The formulation of distinct lesbian identities and subcultures in the Weimar Republic’.

For more information on the GHS Inclusivity Award see below