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Christian Wicke is Assistant Professor in Political History. He has worked in nationalism studies and contemporary German history, and recently also on constructions of identity, memory and heritage under conditions of deindustrialisation. He is currently focussing on the history of urban movements.

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  2018 - Scholarly publications
Berger, Stefan, Golombek, Jana & Wicke, C. (2018). A Post-Industrial Mindscape? The Mainstreaming and Touristification of Industrial Heritage in the Ruhr. In Christian Wicke, Stefan Berger & Jana Golombek (Eds.), Industrial Heritage and Regional Identity Routledge.
Wicke, C. (2018). Constructivism in the History of Nationalism since 1945. In Stefan Berger & Eric Storm (Eds.), Writing the History of Nationalism Bloomsbury.
Wicke, C., Berger, Stefan & Golombek, Jana (2018). Industrial Heritage and Regional Identities. Routledge.
Wicke, C. (2018). Introduction: Industrial Heritage and Regional Identities. In Christian Wicke, Stefan Berger & Jana Golombek (Eds.), Industrial Heritage and Regional Identities Routledge.
  2017 - Scholarly publications
Berger, Stefan & Wicke, C. (2017). A Very Rooted Cosmopolitan: EP Thompson’s Englishness and Global Activism. In Sean Scalmer & Stefan Berger (Eds.), The Transnational Activist Palgrave Macmillan.
Berger, Stefan, Wicke, C. & Golombek, Jana (2017). Burdens of Eternity? Heritage, Identity and the Great Transition in the Ruhr. The Public Historian, 39 (4).
Berger, Stefan & Wicke, C. (2017). Introduction: Deindustrialization, Heritage and Representations of Identity. The Public Historian, 39 (4).
Wicke, C. & Wellings, Ben (2017). Museums, Nationhood and the Politics of Legitimacy in Australia and Germany. In Nico Wouters & Berber Bervernage (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of State-Sponsored History after 1945 Palgrave Macmillan.
Wicke, C. (2017). Urban Movement à la Ruhr? The Initiatives for the Preservation of Workers' Settlements and the Global 1970s in West Germany. In Martin Baumeister, Dieter Schott & Bruno Bonomo (Eds.), Cities Contested - Urban Politics, Heritage and Social Movements in Italian and West German cities of the 1970s Campus.
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Wicke, C. & Eklund, Erik (2016). Historical Cultures of Labour Under Conditions of Deindustrialization, first conference of the European Labour History Network, Turin, 14–16 December 2016. History Workshop Journal (82), (pp. 293-298).
  2015 - Scholarly publications
  2015 - Popularising publications
Wicke, C., Berger, Stefan & Golombek, Jana (2015). Erinnerung, Bewegung, Identität: Industriekultur als Welterbe im 21. Jahrhundert. Forum Geschichtskultur Ruhr (2), (pp. 23-29).
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Wicke, C. (2014). Between German and Eternal Spirit - Kohl’s Politics of Historical Memory in Biographical Perspective. Moving the Social – Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements (52).
Wicke, C. & Berger, Stefan (2014). Um imaginário pós-industrial? A popularização do patrimônio industrial no Ruhr e a representação de sua identidade regional. Estudos Históricos, 27 (54).
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Wicke, C. (2013). A Romantic Nationalist? Helmut Kohl’s ethnocultural representation of his nation and himself. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 19 (2).
Wicke, C. (2013). Helmut Kohl’s Catholic Nationalism. In Jim Jose & Robert Imre (Eds.), Not So Strange Bedfellows Cambridge Scholars.
Wicke, C. & Hearn, Jonathan (2013). Introduction: Understanding Nationalism through Biographies. Humanities Research, 19 (1).
Wicke, C. (2013). The Personal Nationalism of Helmut Kohl - A paragon of Germany’s new normality?. Humanities Research, 19 (1).
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Currently dr. Christian Wicke teaches the following course(s):
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3512 BS  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


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3512 BS  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


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c.wicke@uu.nl
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