Areas of Expertise for Media Inquiries:
Cultural and Political History of Modern Europe, Historical Gender Studies, History of Values, Norms, and Morality
My research focuses on the transnational structures of cultural and political history of modern Europe, particularly the role of public sphere and mass media. Furthermore I deal with historical gender studies, historical scandal studies and historical dictatorship studies. In the last years as Assistant Professor at Stuttgart I participated in various international collaborative research projects about the cultural history of politics in the modern era.
For several years now I have seen with great regret that there are strong US American initiatives in the Arab countries, e.g. the founding of American Universities, but basically no German and European enterprises of the same kind. This is especially unfortunate as there is little academic exchange in my field – modern history, and the humanities in general – between Arab and German scholars. With my contribution to the AGYA I hope to create an impulse for future collaboration in this area.
- Member of the AGYA Working Group Common Heritage and Common Challenges
- Future AGYA project on "Sports in the Arab-German World" and "Decadence as a Western-Arab Notion" (2016)
|2010 -||Assistant Professor, Historical Institute, University of Stuttgart; Germany|
|2015||Post-doc Fellowship at the Transnational Research Group; New-Delhi, India|
|2014||Post-doc Fellowship at the German Institute for Japanese Studies; Tokyo, Japan|
|2013||Post-doc Fellowship, German Historical Institute; Washington D.C., USA|
|2012 - 2013||Gerda Henkel Research Fellow, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge; United Kingdom|
|2011||Visiting Lecturer, Department of History, Central European University Budapest; Hungary|
|2009 - 2010||DAAD scholarship, Historical Institute, University of Gießen; Germany|
|2009||PhD in Modern European History, European University Institute Florence; Italy|
|2004 - 2005||Research Assistant, Max-Planck-Institute for History; Göttingen, Germany|
|2003 - 2004||M.Phil. in Modern European History, Magdalene College, University of Cambridge; United Kingdom|
- Domeier, N. (2015). The Eulenburg Affair. A Cultural History of Politics in Imperial Germany, German History in Context 1, Rochester/New York.
- Domeier, N. (2014). “The Homosexual Scare and the Masculinisation of German Politics before the First World War”, in Central European History 47, 737-759.
- Domeier, N. (2014). “The Anti-Democratic Reflex. The Pivotal Years of Scandalising Political Corruption in Germany 1906-1920”, in Dard, O., Engels, J. I., Fahrmeir, A. & Monier, F. (eds.), Scandales et Corruption. À L`Époque Contemporaine, Paris, 195-212.
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