Kathrin Henne, M.A.

Kathrin Henne joined the project ‘The Holocaust and Genocide in Contemporary Education. Curricula, Textbooks and Pupils' Perceptions in Comparison’ as a researcher in May 2016. Since May 2014 she has also worked as the research assistant to the director, Prof Eckhardt Fuchs.

She studied geography and public law at the University of Hamburg, graduating in 2011 with a BSc. She gained her master's degree in "Culture of the Techno-scientific World" from the TU Braunschweig where she focussed on history. Her master’s dissertation addressed “The International Debate Surrounding Geographical Nomenclature and how this Influenced German School Atlases following the Second World War”.