Project "History of Ihnestr. 22" (formerly the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics)
Danna Marshall is a master's student of political science at the Otto Suhr Institute of Freie Universität Berlin, where she also completed her bachelor's degree. In her academic work, she is primarily interested in the historicization of inequalities and power relations, and in their embeddedness and continuities in law and discourse. Researching the history of racism and colonialism is a focal point, as are questions of the politics of memory. Another central thematic aspect of her work is migration studies, especially of the European border and security regime. Decolonial as well as feminist perspectives are central to her analytical approach. Since February 2020, Danna Marshall is part of the project team of the "History of Ihnestr. 22" at the Otto Suhr Institute.
(2022) with Manuela Bauche, Volker Strähle, Kerstin Stubenvoll: Project "Geschichte der Ihnestraße 22". Remembering the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics. In: Michelle Gordon und Rachel O’Sullivan (Hg.) Colonial Paradigms of Violence: Comparative Analysis of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Mass Killing. European Holocaust Studies, Bd. 4., Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2022, S. 255–264.
(2021) Antisemitismus in Deutschland: Erscheinungsformen und Mechanismen. In: Deutsches Institut für Menschenrechte. Rassismus, Antisemitismus und Rechtsextremismus im Kontext von Strafverfolgung und Opferschutz. (forthcoming December 2022).