Lukas Schretter //
Children fathered by British soldiers and born to local mothers in Austria after World War II
Lukas holds a Magister Degree in European Ethnology from the University of Vienna and a Masters Degree in Holocaust and Genocide Studies from the University of Amsterdam. During his studies he interned, and was a freelancer, for several institutions and museums, including the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education in Los Angeles, CENTROPA in Vienna, the Austrian Commission for UNESCO, and the Mauthausen Memorial. Alongside his research and freelance activities, Lukas has developed and conducted educational workshops in various contexts.
Prior to joining the CHIBOW network, Lukas worked for the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site in Germany, and 2012 undertook a two-year research traineeship. Following the traineeship, Lukas worked at the Memorial Site as a researcher and exhibition curator.
To listen to Lukas
ESR completes research residence at University of Birmingham / March 2018
Children fathered by British soldiers in Austria after World War II:
Childhood experiences and the consequences / March 2018
ESR finishes secondment at the BBC Studios / July 2017
Early stage researcher meets with local NGO in Northern Uganda / April 2017
Early stage researcher completes secondment at FAPAD, Uganda / April 2017
Early Stage Researcher presents at Uganda Christian University in Kampala / April 2017
Evening of lectures and panel discussion on Occupation Children in Austria / December 2016
CHIBOW researcher presents at the Ural Federal University in Ekaterinburg, Russia / October 2016
Early Stage Researchers participate in Interview Analysis Workshop at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw / October 2016
Interview Analysis Workshops within the CHIBOW network / August 2016