Nadège Ragaru

is Research Fellow at Sciences Po, Paris, Centre de Recherches Internationales (CERI). Her current research centres on the cultural history of socialism in Bulgaria and Macedonia, as well as on the history and the historiography of the Holocaust in south-eastern Europe.


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The gendered dimensions of "Zvezdi/Sterne" (1959)

On the Bulgarian-East German co-production of Konrad Wolf's Holocaust film

As part of a special focus in “L’homme” on gender and Cold War visual cultures, Nadège Ragaru goes behind the scenes of Konrad Wolf’s feature film “Zvezdi/Sterne”, to look at how the film’s Bulgarian and German partners conceived of the “Jewish catastrophe” and imagined gender roles.

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