Anna Hajkova is an assistant professor of Modern European Continental History at the University of Warwick. In 2013, she defended her dissertation Prisoner Society in the Terezín Ghetto, 1941-1945 at the University of Toronto. She received the Catharine Stimpson Prize for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship 2013.
Her next project examines the histories of Central European leftist intellectuals in between 1930-1970.
Co-editor with Doris Bergen and Andrea Löw, Alltag im Holocaust: Jüdisches Leben im Großdeutschen Reich 1941-1945 [The Everyday in the Holocaust: Jewish Life in Greater Germany] (Munich: Oldenbourg, 2013).
Co-editor with Jaroslava Milotová, Theresienstädter Studien und Dokumente, 2006 – 2009.
Refereed journal articles
‘To Terezín and Back: Czech Jews and their Bonds of Belonging between Theresienstadt and Postwar Czechoslovakia,’ Dapim (spring 2014), 30 pp.
‘Sexual Barter in Times of Genocide: Negotiating the Sexual Economy of the Theresienstadt Ghetto,’ in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol. 38, no. 3 (spring 2013): 503-533.