#women’s history month

Politics & Society

Ukrainian Women Researchers in Europe: From Displacement to Opportunity

Russia’s war against Ukraine has shaken the world, but it has also opened up a window of opportunity: the integration of Ukrainian women researchers into the Western scientific community. This process is mutually beneficial for Europe and Ukraine alike.

Arts & Humanities

Bühne frei für starke Frauen der Geschichte: Jasmin Lörchner und ihr Podcast „Herstory“

Jahrhundertelang wurden Frauen in der Geschichtsschreibung ignoriert oder systematisch unsichtbar gemacht. Doch mit „HerStory“ bringt Jasmin Lörchner die Geschichten der Wegbereiterinnen von gestern wieder ans Licht.

Science & Technology

Lise Meitner: “A physicist who never lost her humanity”

Against all odds, Austrian-born Lise Meitner devoted her life to a career in nuclear physics. Today we look back on the achievements of a brilliant woman who many believe was once robbed of the Nobel Prize.

Arts & Humanities

Women Doctors in Nazi Germany: Opportunists or Engaged Physicians?

For Jewish doctors, Nazism meant emigration or death, but many non-Jewish German female physicians had careers that spanned the Weimar Republic and the Nazi regime. They upheld the aims of a repressive dictatorship.

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