Dr. Lorena De Vita (Utrecht)
Lorena De Vita is an Assistant Professor in the History of International Relations at Utrecht University, where she holds an Alfred Landecker Lecturership. She held Research Fellowships at the Jena Center for 20th Century History at the Friedrich Schiller University (DAAD), at the House of the Wannsee Conference in Berlin (Joseph Wulf Fellowship) and at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (Foreign Ministry Postdoctoral Fellowship). Her research has appeared in academic journals and public outlets, such as The Conversation and The Washington Post. Her book, Israelpolitik: German-Israeli Relations 1949–1969 was recently published by Manchester University Press in the Key Studies in Diplomacy series.
Preparing for Jerusalem: The Eichmann Trial as a Warsaw Pact Concern
Panel: Panel VI: Jurisdiction GDR | May 28 Friday 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.