JProf. Dr. Nina Kleinöder

Assistant Professor for Economic and Social History

Nina Kleinöder is assistant professor for economic and social history. In her research, she is interested in industrial relations and the change of working environments. She also has a research focus in business history where she currently works on the history of colonial railway building from a business historical perspective.

Research interests

  • Economic and social history with a focus on the 19th and 20th century
  • Labour History
  • Business History
  • (Post)Colonial History
  • History of "securitization"


Current Projects

Memberships, Networks etc.

  • Coordinator of the Academic Research Network (DFG): "(Post-)Colonial Business History" (PCBH); Co-Coordinator: PD Dr. Alexander Engel
  • Arbeitskreis für kritische Unternehmens- und Industriegeschichte e.V. (AKKU)
  • Network "Humanization of Working Life"
  • Network "Women in Economic History"