Jennifer Putnam, PhD

DPAA Research Partner Fellow

Jennifer Putnam is the DPAA Research Partner Fellow at The National WWII Museum's Jenny Craig Institute for the Study of War and Democracy. She received her PhD in history from the University of London, where she studied prisoner graffiti in Nazi concentration camps and ghettos. Her research was supported by the Bonnart-Braunthal Trust and the Gerda Henkel Foundation and has been published in Holocaust and Genocide Studies and the Journal of Contemporary Archaeology. Prior to her PhD, Jennifer received an MPhil in linguistics from Trinity College Dublin and an MA in contemporary history and politics from the University of London. Jennifer is also a Conny Kristel Fellow with the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI), a board member of the Art Deco Society UK, and a board member of the Challenging Research Network.

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