Susan Zimmermann

University Professor
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Qualifications: 
“Habilitation” Johannes Kepler Universität Linz (Austria) 2000.
“Habilitáció” Eötvös Loránd University Budapest (Hungary) 1999.
Ph.D., Universität Wien 1993 (history of social policy, urban history, comparative social change).
Academic/Professional Experience and Achievements: 

For my updated profile, please see: https://people.ceu.edu/susan_zimmermann

Academic/research topics: 
International labor policy
internationalism and global inequality
history of women’s movements
histories and concepts of social change in a local-global perspective
comparative history of welfare and social policy
Academic/Research Areas: 

Courses taught by Susan Zimmermann

3rd Year PhD Research Seminar
2009/2010
2010/2011
2011/2012

Theses supervised by Susan Zimmermann

Doctoral
The Making of a Productivist Middle Class. The Students of ‘Commercial’ High Schools in Pre-Socialist Hungary and their Battle for Social Legitimation, Elite Training and Middle-Class Identity
Thesis author: Matyas Erdélyi
Year of enrollment: 2013/2014
Governance and (Under) Development in a Semiperipheral Empire: Croatia, Hungary, and Habsburg Monarchy in Comparative Perspective (1849-1883)
Thesis author: Mladen Medved
Year of enrollment: 2012/2013
‘White Misrule’: Terror and Political Violence during Hungary’s Long World War I, 1919-1924
Thesis author: Emily Gioielli
Year of enrollment: 2008/2009
The Hungarian Pension System, 1948-1990. Welfare and Politics in a Socialist Country in its European Context
Thesis author: Szemző, Hanna
Year of enrollment: 2003/2004
Woman's Question and Women's Movement Among Ottoman Armenians 1875-1914
Thesis author: Khalapyan, Hasmik
Year of enrollment: 2001/2002
Hungarian Family Law and the Struggle for Gender Order, 1848-1913
Thesis author: Loutfi, Anna
Year of enrollment: 2001/2002
Feminist Ideologies and Activism in Romania(approx 1890-1940s). Nationalism and Internationalism in Romanian Projects for Women's Emancipation
Thesis author: Cheschebec, Roxana
Year of enrollment: 1999/2000
A History of Hungarian Psychiatry, 1850-1908
Thesis author: Lafferton, Emese
Year of enrollment: 1999/2000
Restructuring and Envisioning Bucharest. The Socialist Project in the Context of Romanian Planning for a Capital, a Fast Changing City and and Inherited Urban Space, 1852-1989
Thesis author: Popa, Maria Raluca
Year of enrollment: 1998/1999
Architecture, Cultural Politics and National Identity: Lemberg 1772-1918. Entangling National Histories
Thesis author: Prokopovych, Markian
Year of enrollment: 1998/1999
Family Structures and Strategies in Post-Emancipation Lithuania
Thesis author: Pilinkaite-Sotirovic, Vilana
Year of enrollment: 1995/1996