|Occupation historian||Name Stefan Berger|
|Born 1964Langenfeld, Rhineland, West Germany|
Known for Modern and Contemporary European history especially of Germany and Britain, nationalism and national identity studies, history of historiography and historical theory, labour history and industrial heritage
Education University of Oxford (1990), University of Cologne
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Books Writing National Histories, The Search for Normality, Friendly Enemies: Britain an, NMR spectroscopy of the non, Classics in Spectroscopy: Isolation
Edited works Narrating the Nation: Represen, A Companion to Ninete, Policy Concertation and Soci
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Stefan Berger (born 1964) is the Director of the Institute for Social Movements, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, and Chairman of the committee of the Library of the Ruhr Foundation. He is Professor of Social History at the Ruhr University. He specializes in nationalism and national identity studies, historiography and historical theory, comparative labour studies, and the history of industrial heritage.
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From 1985 to 1987 Berger attended the University of Cologne, where he studied history, political science and German literature. In 1990 he graduated with a Phd from the University of Oxford, with a thesis on "The Labour Party and the SPD. A Comparison of their Structure and Development and a Discussion of the Relations Between the Two Movements, 1900 - 1933". He was a lecturer in Modern European History at the University of Plymouth in 1990/91, and from 1991 to 2000 he lectured in the same field at the School of European Studies, University of Wales, Cardiff. Until 2011 he was Professor of Modern German and Comparative European History at the University of Manchester, UK
A significant part of Berger's research and works is on the nationalization of history. Berger was instrumental in the programme ‘Representations of the Past: The Writing of National Histories in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Europe (NHIST)’ that the European Science Foundation organized between 2003 and 2008.