Our team

Here you can meet our staff and find out what their jobs are. You are welcome to get in touch.

Directorate

Communications and Program

Kirstin Frieden

Press and Public Relations

Kirstin Frieden is director of the Communications and Program departments. Alongside her function as press spokesperson she is also responsible for the Munich Documentation Center’s corporate identity and for all general printed matter such as flyers, posters, and the annual report as well as marketing. She is also involved in program planning.  

mail: presse.nsdokumuenchende
tel: +49 (0)89 233 67013

Exhibitions

Ulla-Britta Vollhardt

Curator

The historian Ulla-Britta Vollhardt conceives and realizes exhibition projects, accompanying programs, and publications. She also contributes her scholarly expertise to the ongoing work of the Documentation Center. Her research focuses include the history of post-Nazi Germany, remembrance cultures, right-wing extremism, and LGBTQI+ history.

mail: u-b.vollhardtmuenchende
tel: +49 (0)89 233 82667

 

Education

Dirk Riedel

Historical and Political Education

The historian Dirk Riedel develops educational and memorial projects with and for students, teachers, and multipliers. Networking with other memorial sites is another main focus of his work. He also maintains contacts with contemporary witnesses and looks after the educational side of the future memorial site at the former forced labor camp in Neuaubing.

mail: dirk.riedelmuenchende
tel: +49 (0)89 233 82653

Research and Publications

Paul-Moritz Rabe

Head of Research / Neuaubing Memorial Site

Paul-Moritz Rabe is Head of Research & Publications and of the new memorial site currently being created at the former forced labor camp Neuaubing. He develops concepts for exhibitions, events, outreach, and publication projects. His special fields are administrative, financial, and municipal history as well as public history and theory of history.

mail: paul-moritz.rabemuenchende
tel: +49 (0)89 233 82677

Denis Heuring

Publications

Denis Heuring has a background in Romance languages and literature. His responsibilities encompass the conception and realization of analogue and digital publications as well as the organization of interdisciplinary conferences and events. His areas of expertise include transnational remembrance culture, literary theory, and media ethics.

mail: denis.heuringmuenchende
tel: +49 (0)89 233 82614

Kristina Tolok

Intern

Kristina Tolok joined the Munich Documentation Center as an intern in September 2020, working mainly on the Neuaubing Memorial Site project. With a background in Slav languages and East European studies she develops educational formats and carries out research and projects with contemporary witnesses. Further areas of her work are public relations and project management.

mail: kristina.tolokmuenchende
tel: +49 (0)89 233 82673

Administration