Christine Chiriac has worked since April 2018 on the project ‘Histories in Motion. Memory Practices, History Cultures and Historic Learning within the German Migrant Community’ in the Textbooks and Society department. Her thesis addresses the shift in historic learning within the context of migration and diversity. Between 2016 and 2018 she worked as a research fellow in the project ‘The Holocaust and Genocide in Contemporary Education. Curricula, Textbooks and Pupils’ Perceptions in Comparison’. She had previously worked as a student assistant in the Textbooks and Society department, where she worked with the project team for ‘History textbooks and teaching in Albanian-speaking regions’ and also assisted with the ‘Children and their World’, ‘WorldViews’ and ‘EurViews’ projects for the Europa department.
She holds a master’s degree in political science from the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University in Hannover and Luxemburg University. Her master’s dissertation addressed 'Representations of "Germans" in Selected Romanian History Textbooks from 1910 to 2013'. Prior to her master’s studies Christine Chiriac studied International Relations and European Studies in Cluj, Romania and worked from 2009 to 2014 as a journalist for German-language media in Romania .