History Department
History Department

Natalie Cincotta


B.A. (Hons) in History, Northern Illinois University

Natalie Cincotta

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Interests


Twentieth Century Germany, Visual Culture, Mass Media, Gender and Sexuality, German Culture after 1945, Memory Politics, Popular Culture and Consumerism

Biography


Natalie is a PhD Student in modern German history and Editorial Assistant for Not Even Past. Her research interests span mass media, visual culture, politics, gender and sexuality in twentieth-century Germany. Her dissertation, titled "Coming of Age: Youth Culture, Sex, and the Visual Revolution in Twen Magazine during the Long 1960s," explores the centrality of visual print media in changing sexual cultures during the long 1960s in West Germany. In addition to support from the History Department at the University of Texas at Austin, "Coming of Age" is also supported by the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Fellowship for Doctoral Candidates. Her teaching fields span twentieth-century Germany, gender and sexuality in Europe, the Holocaust, and Eastern Europe from 1914-1989.

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