Margit Berner

is a human biologist and anthropologist, who has worked at the Vienna Museum of Natural History since 1986 and who teaches at university. As a curator for the museum’s anthropology department, she researches and publishes on questions of physical anthropology, osteology and paleopathology as well as the history of collections and the history of her discipline. In 1997, she discovered among the Natural History Museum’s holding a collection of photos of 565 Jews from Tarnów. In the years since then, she tracked down the identities of these people.

Margit Berner at Hentrich & Hentrich

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  • Letzte Bilder - Final Pictures, Margit Berner, Jewish culture and contemporary history
    Margit Berner
    Letzte Bilder - Final Pictures
    Translation: Jefferson Chase
    Language: German, English
    292 pages, hardcover
    737 illustrations
    39.00 €
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