Eva Hallama


Born in Gleisdorf (Styria) in 1980. Worked from 1999 – 2007 as a film maker. She studied History in Vienna and St. Petersburg from 2007 – 2013. From 2011 – 2014 she worked as a research assistant for the research project Ehen vor Gericht (Marriages at Court). After this she worked until February 2016 as a scientific assistant in the project Sammlung und Langzeitarchivierung von Oral und Video History Interviews mit Opfern des Nationalsozialismus (Collection and long-term archiving of oral and video history interviews with victims of National Socialism) at the Technical University and the Austrian Mediathek. A project which was funded by the Nationalfonds and the Zukunftsfonds of the Republic of Austria. Since February 2016 she has been the recipient of a DOC scholarship awarded by the Austrian Academy of Sciences and is studying at Institute of Contemporary History at the University of Vienna.


Forced migration, epidemics and borders. The “Border Delousing Camp” of the National Socialist Civil Administration in occupied Eastern Europe 1939 – 1945


Contemporary History, NS-Forced Labour, Border Studies, Cultural Studies, Gender Studies

E-mail: eva.hallama@univie.ac.at

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