Jan Jeskow, M. A.

Studies of modern and contemporary history, philosophy and sociology at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena and foreign study in Italy (Perugia and Siena) (1998-2005); graduated with Master's degree (2005). Freelance work with the topic of political/historical education (2005-2007). Research associate, to the Senate of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, on the History of Jena University (2009-2010). Participation in the preparation of the international touring exhibition "Forced Labor in National Socialism" of the Buchenwald and Mittelbau Dora Memorial (2009-2010). Preparation of the special exhibition “Departure-Upheaval-Innovation. 100 Years of Precision Mechanics, Optics and Electronics from Saalfeld” for the City Museum of Saalfeld (2010-2013). Archivist at the Institute of the History and Philosophy of Medicine at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (2014-2016). Since 2017 archivist in the project "Drug Studies of Western Pharmaceutical Companies in the GDR at the the Institute of the History, Philosophy and Ethics of Medicine. Since December 2017 scientific assistance in the processing of selected bequests of founding professors of the University of Ulm.

Main areas of work: Archive research, medical history of the GDR, history of National Socialism, history of science and universities, family and youth research