Dr. Christian
Ebhardt

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"At the German Maritime Museum, I am attracted by the close connection between sound historical research, working with museum collections and direct implementation in exhibitions. I like working in a museum because of its diversity, interdisciplinarity and exchange".

Current position

Postdoc

Field of research
Maritime economic and business history

Discipline
Social, economic and technological history (modernity), political cultural history (modernity)

contact

0471  48 207 28

ebhardt@dsm.museum

Curriculum Vitae

Seit 2015

Research assistant at the DSM, lecturer at the University of Bremen

2014

Doctorate on "Interest politics and corruption using the example of the railway industry in Great Britain and France, ~1830-1870", Technical University Darmstadt

2008–2013

Research assistant in the DFG project "Corruption in Modern Times", Darmstadt University of Technology

2001–2008

Studied Medieval and Modern History and Book Science at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and the University of Glasgow. Degree Magister Artium

Scientific publications

Christian Ebhardt
Interessenpolitik und Korruption. Verflechtungspraktiken und Korruptionsdebatten in Großbritannien und Frankreich am Beispiel der Eisenbahnbranche 1830-1870.
Göttingen 2015

 

Christian Ebhardt
„Als Ganzes gesehen ist das Schiff noch immer Beispiel für eine Riesenhandarbeit“. Produktionssysteme und der Körper des Werftarbeiters während der 1970er Jahre.
In: Body Politics – Zeitschrift für Körpergeschichte 9, 2018, p. 201-227.  To be found online here

 

Christian Ebhardt
In Search of a Political Office. Railway Directors and Electoral Corruption in Great Britain and France, 1820-1870.
In: Journal of Modern European History 11, 2013,  p. 72–87

 

Christian Ebhardt
Eisenbahnlobbyismus in Großbritannien und Frankreich. Verflechtung von Industrie und Staat im 19. Jahrhundert.
In: Ronald G. Asch; Birgit Emich and Jens Ivo Engels (Eds.): Integration - Legitimation - Korruption. Politische Patronage in Früher Neuzeit und Moderne. Frankfurt a. M. 2011, p. 309–326

Exhibition projects

Scientific coordinator for the exhibition modules "Actors in Shipbuilding" in the new permanent exhibition of the DSM, since 01. 2015

Exhibition module of the exhibition series "Einfach Wissenswert: Sozialwissenschaften" (2016)

Co-design of the exhibition unit "Zukunftsstation" of the exhibition "1975-2015 ships tell museum stories" (2016)

Committees

Technical Committee "History of Shipbuilding" of the Schiffbautechnische Gesellschaft (Member of the Board)

Opening hours

daily 10 am - 8 pm

how to reach us

Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum
Hans-Scharoun-Platz 1
D-27568 Bremerhaven

Contact

T. +49 471 482 07 0
E. info@dsm.museum

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