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Michelle A. Standley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New York University
I am currently working on my dissertation in Modern European History at New York University. My project examines the rise of mass tourism in the German Democratic Republic during the 1970s. My fields of interest include postwar Europe with an emphasis on Germany and East/Central Europe, as well as the history and theory of travel and tourism.
|Primary Phone:||(646) 675-3321|
|List Affiliations:||Emeritus Review Editor for H-Travel
|Interests:||European History / Studies
-New York University, PhD Candidate in Modern European History (since 2001)
-University of Washington, Post-Baccalaureate Work in the Comparative History of Ideas (1998-2000)
-Brigham Young University, B.A. in History (1998)
"In the Shadow of the Berlin Wall: The Marketing of West Berlin as Tourist Destination, 1961-1975" in _The Cold War in Divided Germany_, Andrew Plowman, ed. Palgrave MacMillan, forthcoming 2008.
"On Creating and Destroying the Ties that Bind: A Conversation with Dubravka Ugresic," Pulse-Berlin Magazine, Spring 2007.
"From Bulwark of Freedom to Cosmospolitan Cocktails: Marketing West Berlin as Cold War Showcase,1960s-1970s," Divided Cities: New York and Berlin in Comparative Perspective, Columbia University (October 2006)
"Escape from the Socialist Everyday?: Beyond Space and Time in post-1971 East German Leisure Travel," AAASS, Mid-Atlantic Conference (March 2004).