Franziska Maria Lamp, BA BA MA



Phone: +43-1-4277-41219


Franziska Maria Lamp is a historian and since February 2022 working as a doctoral researcher at the Department of Contemporary History of the University of Vienna. Her dissertation project is part of the project "Norms, Regulation and Refugee Agency: Negotiating the Migration Regimes", funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and the German Research Fund (DFG) and deals with the history of Displaced Persons in the context of post-war Austria. It focuses on the interrelations between health care for displaced, single mothers with young children and their migratory agency, hereby examining the gender dynamics within the post-war migration regime. The working title of her dissertation is "Agency & Vulnerability: A Gendered Look at the Situation of Single Mothers within the Post-World War II Migration Regime in Austria."

Prior to her current projects, Franziska Lamp has done research in the area of National Socialist population policy and wrote her Master's thesis on this topic ("Matchmaking as an Instrument of National Socialist Population Policy"). In the summer semester of 2021, Franziska Lamp also worked as the coordinator of the international project "Virtual tour for the multi-perspective development of the memorial site Maly Trostenez", which was funded by the Foundation "Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft (EVZ)" and resulted in the creation of digital exhibitions and historical walking tours.


Curriculum Vitae and Publications


Research topics

  • Migration History
  • Women's and Gender History
  • History of Medicine
  • History of National Socialist Population Policy
  • Culture of Remembrance
  • Oral History