Advisory Board

An honorary Advisory Board supports the Munich Documentation Center in its work. Newly founded in 2023 the Advisory Board is composed of figures from local politics, representatives of various victims groups, and experts from the fields of scholarship and culture. The main focus of the Advisory Board's work and the guidelines for its activities are derived from the Munich Documentation Center’s mission statement.

Experts from scholarship and culture

  • Prof. Dr. Paula-Irene Villa Braslavsky, Professor of Sociology/Gender Studies, Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich (chairwoman)
  • Hortensia Völckers, cultural manager, former Artistic Director of the German Federal Cultural Foundation
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Wildt, Professor of Twentieth-century German History, Humboldt University Berlin

Representatives of victims’ groups

  • Ernst Grube, President of the Dachau Camp Association
  • Dr. h. c. Charlotte Knobloch, President of the Jewish Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria
  • Alexander Diepold, Madhouse
  • Albert Knoll, Forum Queeres Archiv München e.V.

Representatives of the Munich City Council

  • Mona Fuchs, Die Grünen - Rosa Liste
  • Thomas Niederbühl, Die Grünen - Rosa Liste
  • Leo Agerer, CSU with Freie Wähler
  • Michael Dzeba, CSU with Freie Wähler
  • Kathrin Abele, SPD/Volt

Culture Department of the City of Munich

  • Anton Biebl, Cultural Officer of the City of Munich
  • Mirjam Zadoff, Director of the Munich Documentation Center
  • Anke Hoffsten, Deputy Director of the Munich Documentation Center