Short CV/Education and training

  • 1967
    Abitur (A-levels)

  • 1968 – 1972
    Studied cultural studies

  • 1973
    Diplom degree in philosophy (Dipl. phil.)

  • 1972 – 1976
    Research studies in sociology

Selected publications

  • Nickel, H.M.: Arbeit und Genderregime in der Transformation. In: B. Aulenbacher, A. Wetterer (eds.), Arbeit, Perspektiven und Diagnosen der Genderforschung (Forum Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung 25), Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot, 2009. pp. 249-267.

  • Nickel, H.M.: Paternalistische Gleichberechtigungspolitik und weibliche Emanzipation – Geschlechterpolitik in der DDR. In: A. Lorenz, W. Reutter (eds.), Ordnung und Wandel als Herausforderungen für Staat und Gesellschaft, Opladen: Budrich 2009, pp. 167-183.

  • Nickel, H.M.: Führung und Macht in Internehmen. In: M. Löw (eds.), Geschlecht und Macht. Analysen zum Spannungsfeld von Arbeit, Bildung und Familie, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2009. pp. 121-141.

  • Nickel, H.M.: Die "Prekarier" – eine soziologische Kategorie? Anmerkungen aus einer geschlechtersoziologischen Perspektive. In: R. Castel, K. Dörre (eds.), Prekarität, Abstieg, Ausgrenzung. Die soziale Frage am Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts, Frankfurt am Main, New York: Campus 2009, pp. 209-218.

  • Nickel, H.M., Hüning, H., Frey, M.: Subjektivierung, Verunsicherung, Eigensinn. Auf der Suche nach Gestaltungspotenzialen für eine neue Arbeits- und Geschlechterpolitik, Berlin: Edition Sigma 2008.

  • Nickel, H.M.: Will radical markets mean more equality? New patterns of conflict in gender relations. In: P. Gonon et al. (eds.), Work, Education and Employability, Bern: Peter Lang 2008, pp. 83-105.

  • Nickel, H.M., Lohr, K.: Subjektivierung von Arbeit – Riskante Chancen. In: K. Lohr, H.M. Nickel (eds.), Subjektivierung von Arbeit – Riskante Chancen, Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot 2005 (2nd ed. 2008). pp. 207-239.

  • Nickel, H.M.: The future of Female Employment. In: E. Kolinsky, H.M. Nickel (eds.), Reinventing Gender, London: Frank Cass 2003. pp. 31-52.

  • Nickel, H.M.: Employment, Gender and the Dual Transformation in Germany. In: Chr. Flockton, E. Kolinsky, R. Prichard (eds.), The New Germany in the East, London: Frank Cass 2000. pp. 106-122.

  • Nickel, H.M.: Women and Women's Policies in East and West Germany, 1945 – 1990. In: E. Kolinsky (eds.), Social Transformation and the Family in Post-Communist Germany, London, New York: Palgrave Macmillan 1998. pp. 23-36.



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • Integration of highly qualified female migrants into the German workforce, funded by the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, 2009 – 2011

  • Marketisation and subjectification – Deutsche Bahn AG (German railway), funded by the Hans Böckler Foundation, 2005 – 2007

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Spokesperson of the working group of institutions of women's and gender studies at universities in Berlin (afg)

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