Kerstin WOLFF

Kerstin Wolff is the holder of a doctorate in history, and Research Director at the Foundation Archive of the German Women’s Movement in Kassel (Germany). Her research and teaching focus on the history of the feminist movement in Germany between 1860 and 1970, and more particularly on the history of German abolitionism, the history of International Women’s Day, and the connections between the waves of the feminist movement.

Her recent publications include: with Reinhold Lütgemeier-Davin, in cooperation with the Foundation Archive of the German Women’s Movement, ed., Helene Stöcker – Lebenserinnerungen. Die unvollendete Autobiographie einer frauenbewegten Pazifistin (Vienna, 2015, L’HOMME Archiv, vol. 5); with Gilla Dölle, “Respekt für die Provinz”. Kassel – die Stadt der starken Frauenbewegung, ein Streifzug durch 150 Jahre (Schriftenreihe des Archivs der deutschen Frauenbewegung, Bd. 15), Kassel, 2013; and with Julia Paulus and Eva-Maria Silies, Zeitgeschichte als Geschlechtergeschichte. Neue Perspektiven auf die Bundesrepublik (Frankfurt am Main, 2012).