Dr.in Elisa Heinrich

Elisa Heinrich finished her dissertation on "Intimacy and Respectability. Negotiations of Female Homosexuality and Friendship in German Women's Movements 1870-1914". She has a diploma in History and Gender Studies and is a former Uni:Docs-Fellow at the Department for Contemporary History, University of Vienna. She held visiting fellowships at Cornelia Goethe Centrum, University Frankfurt/Main and at the Basel Graduate School of History. Her dissertation project is funded by a Graduate Fellowship from the University of Vienna and was awarded the Johanna Dohnal Fellowship in 2020.

 

Contact
Mail: elisa.heinrich@univie.ac.at
Phone: +43-1-4277-41257


Curriculum Vitae

Publications

 

Research Topics

  • Gender History
  • History of Sexuality in the 19th and 20th Centuries
  • Women's Movements History
  • Biographical Studies
  • National Socialism and Memory Politics


Selected Publications

  • [together with Johanna Gehmacher/Corinna Oesch]: Käthe Schirmacher: Agitation und autobiografische Praxis zwischen radikaler Frauenbewegung und völkischer Politik, Wien/Köln/Weimar 2018
  • [together with Johann Kirchknopf] (Hg.): Homosexualitäten Revisited, Österreichische Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften (OeZG) 2/2018