Gender / Reparations / History and Memory / Modern History / Women and Human Rights / History of Transitional Justice
Regula Ludi is Lecturer and Senior Researcher at the Institute of Interdisciplinary Ethics and Human Rights at the University of Fribourg. She also teaches Modern History at the University of Zurich.
She is an expert on subjects including gender studies, the history of crime in the nineteenth century, Swiss refugee policy in the Nazi era, Roma and Sinti, Holocaust legacies and the gendered nature of representations of the past. She has published widely on these issues.
Prior to joining the University of Zurich, Dr Ludi was Visiting Professor at the History Department, University of Bern. There, she was also affiliated with the Interdisciplinary Center for Gender Studies and the Center for Global Studies and directed research projects on the history of women’s rights and the history of slavery. From 1997 to 2000, she worked as a staff historian and head of a research team in the Independent Commission of Experts Switzerland – Second World War (the ‘Bergier Commission’).
Dr Ludi was a postdoctoral fellow at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (Harvard University), the Center for European and Eurasian Studies (University of California), the Institut d’Histoire du Temps Présent (CNRS Paris), the Wiener Library Institute of Contemporary History and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum.
This course sheds light on the history and concept of gender studies and their impact on current transitional justice debates. It focuses especially on developments at the UN level.
The Transitional Justice Spring School 2017 aims to address the roles of memory and culture in transitional justice processes through an interdisciplinary, comprehensively structured high-quality one-week programme.
Cambridge University Press
Journal of Contemporary History 49/3, 2014, 577–598.
Revue des études hébraïques et juives
Norman J. W. Goda, Holocaust Justice: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Berghahn Books