Person

Lena Knops

M. A.
Lena Knops
Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Wirtschafts-, Sozial- und Technologiegeschichte

Address

Room: B 318

Kackertstraße 7

52072 Aachen

Contact

workPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 96195

Office Hours

Tuesday 10am to 11.30pm
in lecture-free period only on arrangement
 

Profile

Lena Knops graduated in History, German Studies, Literature and Cultural Studies from Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität Bonn (University of Bonn). From August 2012 to October 2015, she worked as a Student Assistant to the Director of Research at the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) in Bonn.

Since November 2015, she has been working as a Research Associate at the Research Unit for Economics and Social History and History of Technology.

 

Projects

Dissertation

"Arisierungen" in der Aachener Tuchindustrie

eLearning Project

WAD - Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten Digital

 

Publications and Presentations

  • Knops, Lena, Stolpersteine. Eine Verbeugung vor Edith, Margot und Anne Frank, in: AKV Sammlung Crous (Hg.), Die Geschichte Aachens in 55 Objekten, Aachen 2017, S. 176-179.

  • Dewes, Tobias/Knops, Lena, E-Learning als innovativer Zugang in die digitale Zukunft der Wissenschaft, DIGIMET 2017. Berlin, 26.09.2017. (de)

 

Courses

Winter Semester 2017/18

  • Excercise for the lecture: Mobility between Economy and Technology in a Historical Perspective
  • Lecture: Mobility between Economy and Technology in a Historical Perspective (assistance)

Summer Semester 2017

  • Excercise for the lecture: Urbanization between Economy, Society and Technology, 16th-21st Century
  • Master seminar/ Project module: History of Technology and Innovation: Industrial Villages, Big Cities and Agglomerations: Urban Development and Urbanization in Western Europe (assistance)

Winter Semester 2016/17

  • Master seminar/ Project module Economic and Social History: From Industry 1.0 to Industry 4.0 (assistance)

Summer Semester 2016

  • Corporate History: Global Player - Multinational Companies in Historical Context
  • Master seminar/ Project module Economic and Social History: From Industry 1.0 to Industry 4.0 (assistance)

Winter Semester 2015/16

  • Bachelor seminar: The Role of the FRG in the Economic Integration Process of Europe (assistance)