Ines Koeltzsch

Ines Koeltzsch is a cultural and social historian. Her research interests include the modern history of Jewish/non-Jewish relations, migration, literary culture and translation in Central and Eastern Europe. She has taught East Central European history and Jewish history at the Free University of Berlin, NYU in Prague, the CET Academic Programs Prague and the University of Regensburg.

She is the author of the book Geteilte Kulturen. Eine Geschichte der tschechisch-jüdisch-deutschen Beziehungen in Prag 1918-1938 (Oldenbourg 2012) [in Czech 2016] and a contributor to the recently published Prague and Beyond. Jews in the Bohemian Lands (University of Pennsylvania Press 2021).

Fellowships and awards

2014/15 Research Fellowship, The Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies

2012 PhD. award: Hedwig Hintze Frauenförderpreis 2012, Department of History and Cultural Studies, Free University Berlin

2011 PhD. award of the Schroubek-Fonds Östliches Europa, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich


PhD., History, summa cum laude, FU Berlin (2010)
Magister (M. A.), History, Sociology, and Philosophy, TU Dresden (2002)