Andrea Rudorff studied modern and contemporary history and Polish studies at Humboldt University of Berlin and the Technical University of Berlin. She obtained her PhD in 2012 at the Centre for anti-Semitical Research of the Technical University of Berlin, with her dissertation entitled Frauen in den Außenlagern des Konzentrationslagers Groß–Rosen (Women in the outposts of the Gross-Rosen concentration camp). From 2004 to 2007, she was research associate at the Centre for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University of Berlin on the history of Nazi concentration camps project; she published several articles in the resultant nine-volume work Der Ort des Terrors (Place of terror) (eds. Wolfgang Benz and Barbara Distel). Since 2013, Rudorff has worked as a research associate on Die Verfolgung und Ermordung der europäischen Juden durch das nationalsozialistische Deutschland 1933–1945 (Persecution and murder of European Jews under National Socialist Germany 1933–1945), an edition project. She edited volume 16 on the topic of Auschwitz 1942–1945 and the period of death marches in the series sponsored by the Institute for Contemporary History Munich/Berlin, the History Seminar of Freiburg University and the German Federal Archives (Bundesarchiv). Andrea Rudorff has been research associate at the Fritz Bauer Institute since March 2018, working on the History of the Katzbach concentration camp, Frankfurt am Main project.
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