Fields of Research:
- European and German history
- History of National Socialism
- 2000-2003: history, political science and journalism, University of Göttingen
- 2003-2004: history, MPhil, Cambridge University
- 2009: PhD, European University Institute
Norman Domeier, Privatdozent Dr. phil. habil, is the DAAD guest professor of German and European History at Charles University Prague. He studied history, political science and journalism at the University of Göttingen (2000-2003), completed his MPhil at Cambridge in 2004 and defended his PhD thesis at the European University Institute in 2009. His first book The Eulenburg Affair. A Cultural History of Politics in the German Empire (1906-1909) – was awarded the »Geisteswissenschaften International« Prize of the German Booksellers’ Association. The German edition came out in 2010 with Campus, the English edition in 2015 with Camden House. His second book/habilitation Global Public and Dictatorship. The American Foreign Correspondents in the Third Reich was published in autumn 2021 by Wallstein. An English language version will be published in 2024. In 2017 he discovered the secret cooperation between Associated Press (AP) and Nazi Germany 1942-1945 which is now an independent research project.
More information on: https://cuni.academia.edu/NormanDomeier