Carolin Lange is a historian and literary scholar. Between 2013 and 2015, she advised a US-lawfirm and provided expert knowledge during the 'Gurlitt case.' She has been supervising the Aargauer Kunsthaus' provenance research project since 2017, and she has been project leader for provenance research at the Bavarian Office for Non-State Museums (Munich) since the beginning of 2016.

She loves her work because it is fulfilling, analytically demanding, as well as highly communicative.

Carolin currently works on two book projects, one on the nature of National Socialist rule and the second on the private perception of the Holocaust. She was a postdoc fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (Cologne, Germany) and the University of Washington.

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