Biographical Summary

Gintarė Malinauskaitė was born 1985 in Kaunas, Lithuania, going on to study History, Political Science and Latin American studies in Kaunas, Berlin and Budapest. She completed her Ph.D. in the field of history at the Humboldt University of Berlin in 2017, with a doctoral thesis on “Media Memories of the Holocaust in Lithuania since 1990.” Since 2017, she has worked as a research associate at the Vilnius Branch Office of the German Historical Institute Warsaw. Her current research project is situated in the “Research Area 4” (Violence and Foreign Dominion in the “Age of Extremes”). The project is entitled “Postwar Justice: Holocaust and War Crimes Trials in Soviet Lithuania.” Further research areas are: Memory and historical culture in Eastern Europe (with special emphasis on Lithuania)“, Holocaust research, Prosecution of Nazi war crimes, Postwar legal cultures in Eastern Europe, History of Lithuania (19th/20th century).

 

 


Current GHI Research Project

"Postwar Justice: Holocaust and War Crimes Trials in Soviet Lithuania" (Research Area 4: Violence and Foreign Dominion in the ‘Age of Extremes‘)

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Further Research Interests:

  • Memory and historical culture in Eastern Europe (with special emphasis on Lithuania)
  • Holocaust research
  • Prosecution of Nazi crimes
  • Practice of punishment in the Soviet Union
  • History of Lithuania (19th and 20th century)

Publications

Monographies

Mediated Memories. Narratives and Iconographies of the Holocaust in Lithuania, Marburg 2019.

Articles

Filming One’s Own Memory: Jonas Mekas and His Double Displacement, in: Christian Pletzing u.a. (Hg.): Lager – Repatriierung – Integration. Leipzig: Biblion Media 2016, S. 183–201.

From Private to Public Memories: Vilna Ghetto Female Prisoners and Their Resistance in Documentary and Narrative Films, in: Andrea Peto u.a. (Hg.): Women and Holocaust: New Perspectives and Challenges. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo IBL 2015, S. 206–232.

Erinnerung an den Holocaust und Antisemitismus in Litauen. Die Kehrseiten der Erinnerungen an den Zweiten Weltkrieg, in: Stefanie Schüler-Springorum (Hg.): Jahrbuch für Antisemitismusforschung 23, Berlin: Metropol Verlag 2014, S. 57–64.

Filmische Darstellung sexueller Gewalt im litauisch-deutschen Shoah-Film „Ghetto“, in: Jacob Guggenheimer u.a. (Hg.): When we were gender… – Geschlechter erinnern und vergessen. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag 2013, S. 291–304.

Film als Erinnerungsraum des Holocausts in Litauen. Jüdische Frauen zwischen Erinnern und Vergessen, in: Sylvia Paletschek u.a. (Hg.): Geschlecht und Geschichte in populären Medien. Transcript Verlag 2013, S. 269–282.


Akademische Ämter, Mitgliedschaften, Auszeichnungen

2017 Humboldt-Forschungsstipendium für Postdoktoranden (Berlin)

2014 FAZIT Promotionsabschlussstipendium (Berlin)

2013 Doktorandenstipendium, Graduiertenkolleg „Geschlecht als Wissenskategorie“ (Berlin)

2009–2010 Open Society Foundation-Stipendium, Central European University (Budapest)

2007–2009 DAAD-Masterstipendium (Berlin)


Veranstaltungen

Understanding Childhood and Construction of National Identities in Central and Eastern Europe from 18th Century until the Beginning of the Second World War
Thu. 16.06.2022 | 10:00 o' clock -
Fri. 17.06.2022 | 18:00
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Vilnius
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Workshop: Neue Ansätze zur Geschichte der Suvalkija
Tue. 22.06.2021 | 10:00 o' clock -
Wed. 23.06.2021 | 17:00
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Prof. Dr. Ruth Leiserowitz
Vilnius
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Leisure History(ies): The Significance of Summer in the Biography
Wed. 02.06.2021 | 10:00 o' clock -
Thu. 03.06.2021 | 18:00
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Prof. Dr. Ruth Leiserowitz
Nida
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Violence and the Crisis of Governance in East Central Europe
Fri. 13.11.2020 | 10:00 o' clock
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Prof. Dr. Maciej Górny
Vilnius
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Versöhnung zwischen Vergessen und Erinnerung: Geschichte eines bewegten Konzepts
Wed. 20.11.2019 | 13:30 o' clock -
Fri. 22.11.2019 | 15:00
Prof. Dr. Miloš Řezník
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Paris
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Neue Perspektiven und Ansätze zur Sozial- und Alltagsgeschichte im Zweiten Weltkrieg
Fri. 27.09.2019 | 10:00 o' clock -
Sat. 28.09.2019 | 00:00
Christhardt Henschel
Prof. Dr. Ruth Leiserowitz
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Berlin
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Konferenz: Making Justice Visible: The Mediatization of the World War II War Crimes Trials
Wed. 25.09.2019 | 10:00 o' clock -
Thu. 26.09.2019 | 18:00
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Vilnius
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Konferenz: Making the Empire Great Again: Challenges in Modernising the Russian Empire. (Vilnius)
Thu. 20.06.2019 | 10:00 o' clock -
Fri. 21.06.2019 | 18:00
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Prof. Dr. Ruth Leiserowitz
Vilnius
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History with People. History of Everyday Life and Its Historical Research in Germany and East Central Europe
Wed. 20.02.2019 | 17:30 o' clock
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Christhardt Henschel
Prof. Dr. Ruth Leiserowitz
Vilnius
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Everyday Life History and its Approaches to Writing the History of Twentieth-Century Europe
Wed. 20.02.2019 | 10:00 o' clock -
Fri. 22.02.2019 | 17:00
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Prof. Dr. Ruth Leiserowitz
Christhardt Henschel
Vilnius
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Incubators of Modernity. Liminal spaces between informal practices and state action
Tue. 09.10.2018 | 13:00 o' clock -
Wed. 10.10.2018 | 18:00
Dr. Felix Ackermann
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Vilnius
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Workshop "Hidden Children during the Holocaust – Historical Considerations of a Transnational Phenomenon"
Mon. 25.06.2018 | 10:00 o' clock -
Wed. 27.06.2018 | 12:30
Prof. Dr. Ruth Leiserowitz
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Kaunas
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Prof. Dr. Jörg Baberowski (Berlin): „Die russische Revolution und die Ursprünge der souveränen Diktatur“
Mon. 16.04.2018 | 12:00 o' clock
Dr. Gintarė Malinauskaitė
Vilnius
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Leisure History(ies): The Significance of Summer in the Biography
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