Profiel

Jochen Hung's research focuses on the relationship between media, culture and society in modern history. He has published on gender representations in interwar culture, German-Jewish publishing and national identity, and youth culture in the Weimar Republic. His forthcoming book A Moderate Modernity. The Newspaper Tempo and the Collapse of the Weimar Republic, 1928-1933, published by University of Michigan Press, covers the changes of German media discourses on gender, consumption, and democracy during the rise of the Nazis.

He received his PhD in 2013 from the University of London (School of Advanced Study). His work was awarded the joint Essay Prize of the German History Society and the Royal Historical Society in 2012. He also regularly writes about German politics and culture for publications in Germany, the US and the UK, including The Guardian, the Washington Post and Die Zeit.

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Curriculum vitae

Since September 2015: Asisstant Professor in Cultural History, Utrecht University.

 

2014 - 2015: Postdoctoral Research Fellow (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), Humboldt-Universität Berlin.

 

2013 - 2014: Teaching Fellow in German and European History, University College London.

 

2008 - 2013: PhD in Modern German History, School of Advanced Study (University of London).

 

2005 - 2008: Editor, Märkische Allgemeine Zeitung and Europtopics.net.

 

1997 - 2004: MA (Magister Artium), Freie Universität Berlin and University of Edinburgh.

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Alle publicaties
  Wetenschappelijke publicaties - Boeken
Hung, J.B. (2019). A Moderate Modernity - The Newspaper Tempo and the Collapse of the Weimar Republic, 1928-1933. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.
  Wetenschappelijke publicaties - Boekredactie
Hung, J.B., Marhoefer, Laurie, Ross Dickinson, Edward & Roos, Julia (27-01-2018). A backlash against liberalism? What the Weimar Republic can teach us about today’s politics.. (17 p.). International Journal of History, Culture and Modernity (HCM).
Hung, J.B., Hansen, Jan, Tompkins, Andrew & Wagner, Phillip (19-07-2018). The Material Culture of Modern Politics in Cold War Europe. (133 p.). Utrecht: International Journal of History, Culture and Modernity (HCM).
Hung, J.B., Weiss-Sussex, Godela & Wilkes, Geoff (2012). Beyond Glitter and Doom - The Contingency of the Weimar Republic. (211 p.). Iudicium.
  Wetenschappelijke publicaties - Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Hung, J.B. (2018). Consumers/Consumption. In Adrian Bingham (Eds.), A Cultural History of Media in the Modern Age (1920-2000+) London: Bloomsbury.
Hung, J.B., van Eijnatten, J., Ortoleva, Peppino, Weibull, Lennart & Hampton, Mark (2018). Modernization, Democratization and Politicization: Mass Media in 1920s Europe. In Klaus Arnold, Susanne Kinnebrock & Paschal Preston (Eds.), The Handbook of European Communication History Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley.
Hung, J.B. (2016). Das veränderliche "Gesicht der weiblichen Generation" - Ein Beitrag zur politischen Kulturgeschichte der späten Weimarer Republik. In Gabriele Metzler & Dirk Schumann (Eds.), Geschlechter(un)ordnung und Politik in der Weimarer Republik (pp. 217-253). Bonn: J.H.W. Dietz Verlag Nachf..
Hung, J.B. (2014). “Die Zeitung der Zeit” - Die Tageszeitung Tempo und das Ende der Weimarer Republik. In Ute Schneider & David Oels (Eds.), “Der ganze Verlag ist einfach eine Bonbonniere”. - Ullstein in der ersten Hälfte des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts (pp. 137-159) (22 p.). Berlin: De Gruyter.
Hung, J.B. (2012). “Der deutschen Jugend!” - The Newspaper Tempo and the Generational Discourse of the Weimar Republic. In Jochen Hung, Godela Weiss-Sussex & Geoff Wilkes (Eds.), Beyond Glitter and Doom - The Contingency of the Weimar Republic (pp. 105-118) (13 p.). Munich: Iudicium.
Hung, J.B. (2012). Beyond Glitter and Doom - The New Paradigm of Contingency in Weimar Research. In Jochen Hung, Godela Weiss-Sussex & Geoff Wilkes (Eds.), Beyond Glitter and Doom - The Contingency of the Weimar Republic (pp. 9-15) (6 p.). Munich: Iudicium.
  Wetenschappelijke publicaties - Artikelen
Hung, J.B., Tompkins, Andrew, Wagner, Phillip & Hansen, Jan (19-07-2018). Introduction: The Material Culture of Politics. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, 6 (1), (pp. 1-12) (12 p.).
Hung, J.B. (2016). “Bad” Politics and “Good” Culture - New Approaches to the History of the Weimar Republic. Central European History, 49 (3-4), (pp. 441-453) (12 p.).
Hung, J.B. (2015). The Modernized Gretchen - Transformations of the New Woman in the late Weimar Republic. German History, 33 (1), (pp. 52-79) (28 p.).
  Wetenschappelijke publicaties - Boekbesprekingen
Hung, J.B. (2011). Sace ELDER: Murder Scenes. Normality, Deviance, and Criminal Violence in Weimar Berlin. German History, 29 (3), (pp. 666-667) (2 p.).
Hung, J.B. (2010). Benjamin CARTER HETT: Crossing Hitler: The Man Who Put the Nazis on the Witness Stand. German History, 28 (4), (pp. 590-592) (2 p.).
Hung, J.B. (2009). Margaret BARBER CROSBY: The Making of a German Constitution: A Slow Revolution. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 17 (3), (pp. 451-452) (2 p.).
  Wetenschappelijke publicaties - Editorial
Hung, J.B. (27-01-2018). A backlash against liberalism? What the Weimar Republic can teach us about today’s politics. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, 5 (1), (pp. 1-3) (2 p.).
  Wetenschappelijke publicaties - Conference
Hung, J.B. (08-11-2017) Organiser Constructing America | Defining Europe Utrecht (08-11-2017 - 10-11-2017)
Hung, J.B. (04-03-2016) Organiser Reconsidering the Political in Contemporary History Berlin (04-03-2016 - 05-03-2016)
Hung, J.B. (30-09-2010 30-10-2010) Organiser Beyond Glitter and Doom: New Perspectives of the Weimar Republic London (30-09-2010 - 01-10-2010)
  Wetenschappelijke publicaties - Editorial activity
Hung, J.B. (2015) Peer reviewer English Historical Review (Journal)
  Populariserende publicaties - Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Hung, J.B. (2015). How did developments in German culture impact on political development in Weimar Germany?. In Steve Ellis & Alan Farmer (Eds.), Germany 1871-1991 - The Quest for Political Stability (pp. 142-143) (2 p.). London: Hodder Education.
  Populariserende publicaties - Artikelen
Hung, J.B. (20-03-2018). 'Babylon Berlin' and the myth of the Weimar Republic. The Washington Post
Hung, J.B. (05-02-2015). Germany isn’t the big bad boss of Europe. The Guardian
Hung, J.B. (22-09-2014). Federalism works in Germany but may not in Britain. The Guardian
Hung, J.B. (14-07-2014). Germany – winning with no leaders. The Guardian
Hung, J.B. (15-08-2012). Why Germans love the enigmatic Angela Merkel. The Guardian
  Overige resultaten - Websites / portals
  Overige resultaten - Prize (including medals and awards)
Hung, J.B. 01-09-2012 Recipient German History Society Prize Royal Historical Society
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