Katja Grosse-Sommer

Katja received a master’s degree from the University of Amsterdam in 2017, and has also enjoyed studying history in Seattle, Berlin, Heidelberg, Stockholm and Hamburg. She has been involved in projects including exhibits, publications, workshops and seminars dealing with the Holocaust and remembrance of World War II in- and outside of academia. Katja is part […]

Ninja Stehr

Ninja Stehr studied History at the University of Hamburg with a focus on media, gender, and culture in the 20th century. After graduating with a master’s degree, she did a traineeship in a studio for exhibition design in Berlin, specializing in museum education and editing. In March 2020, Ninja joined Centropa Hamburg’s team to assist […]

Maximilian von Schoeler

Maximilian studied Social Science at the Humboldt University of Berlin and received his master’s degree in Holocaust Communication and Tolerance at Touro College Berlin. From 2009 until 2015, he worked at the Center for Digital Systems (CeDiS) at Free University of Berlin for the online oral history archives „Forced Labor 1939-1945“ and „Witnesses to the […]

Edward Serotta

Edward Serotta is a journalist, photographer and filmmaker specializing in Jewish life in Central and Eastern Europe. Born in Savannah, Georgia, Edward has worked in Central Europe since 1985. Between 1996 and 1999, he produced three films for ABC News Nightline. Edward has published three books – Out of the Shadows, Survival in Sarajevo and […]