Lucie Lamy | Postgraduate

Mobilities, Migrations, Reconfiguration of Spaces
Centre Marc Bloch, Friedrichstraße 191, D-10117 Berlin
Email: lamy  ( at )  cmb.hu-berlin.de Tel: +49(0) 30 / 20 93 70700 or 70707
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Home Institution : Université Paris-Diderot | Position : Postgraduate researcher (PhD student) | Disciplines : Contemporary History , German studies |

Biography

Lucie Lamy is PhD-student at the Paris-Diderot university and works since september 2018 at the Centre Marc Bloch.
She studied classical studies in Lyon (Lyon 3) and germanic studies as well as latvian in Paris (Sorbonne Nouvelle and Inalco). Before starting with a PhD in german contemporary history and civilization, she as well completed a master of education and tought german in high school during one year.

Researchtopic

This research project aims to study Baltic Germans and their descendants between 1969 and 2006. The purpose is to understand what is referred to by Baltic German 'identity' or 'community'. Beyond discurse, the goal is to identify practices of socialisation and networking, habits, defense of political interests that gather - or split - people considering themselves as members of the Baltic German 'community'. The project will adopt a transnational perspective, considering the fact that it will analyse Baltic German relationship to Estonia and Latvia, as well as bonds among the Baltic Germans in several countries where they have been active during the investigated period of time, at different levels (local, national, international).

Title of thesis

The Baltic Germans: a transnational 'community'? (1969-2006)

Institution of thesis

Paris-Diderot

Supervisor

Patrick Farges

The Baltic Germans: a transnational 'community'? (1969-2006)

This research project aims to study Baltic Germans and their descendants between 1969 and 2006. The purpose is to understand what is referred to by Baltic German 'identity' or 'community'. Beyond discurse, the goal is to identify practices of socialisation and networking, habits, defense of political interests that gather - or split - people considering themselves as members of the Baltic German 'community'. The project will adopt a transnational perspective, considering the fact that it will analyse Baltic German relationship to Estonia and Latvia, as well as bonds among the Baltic Germans in several countries where they have been active during the investigated period of time, at different levels (local, national, international).


Affiliated Institute

© Centre Marc Bloch 2018 - Deutsch-Französisches Forschungszentrum für Sozialwissenschaften, Berlin

© Centre Marc Bloch 2018 - Deutsch-Französisches Forschungszentrum für Sozialwissenschaften, Berlin