Graf received his PhD from Humboldt University with a dissertation on visions of the future in Weimar Germany "Die Zukunft der Weimarer Republik: Krisen und Zukunftsaneignungen in Deutschland 1918-1933" (2008) and currently teaches contemporary history at Ruhr-University, Bochum. He co-edited Die Krise der Weimarer Republik: Zur Kritik eines Deutungsmusters (2005), a book on the crisis of Weimar Germany, and co-authored an introductory textbook on European history since 1945, titled EuropÃ¤ische Zeitgeschichte seit 1945 (2010). Forthcoming is a co-edited volume on "Human Security in Pre-Modern and Contemporary History."
information was last updated for the 50th anniversary of the John F. Kennedy
Memorial Fellowship, September 2017.
Head of Department, History of Economic Thought and Practice, Center for Contemporary History, Potsdam
John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellow 2010-2011, CES, Harvard University
Visiting Scholar 2010-2011, CES, Harvard University