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Prof. Dr. Susanne Maurer

Monographs (3)

Maurer, S. (2004): On the relationship between women's movements and social work around 1900 - attempt at a historical-systematic (re) contextualization along with reflections on a reflective historiography in social pedagogy. (Habilitation thesis) Hildesheim.

Dörr, B./Kaschuba, G./Maurer, S. (2000): “I finally found a place for my memories” - collective remembrance of women in narrative cafés about National Socialism. Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus. 174 pages.

Maurer, S. (1996): Between attribution and self-creation. Feminist identity politics in the force field of criticism, norm and utopia. Tübingen: Ed. Discord.Text of the accordion element. If you would like to insert a new element, please click on "Insert template" above and select "Accordion Element" under templates

Publication of manuals and edited volumes (14)

Spahn, C. / Scholle, J. / Wuttig, B. / Maurer, S. (Eds.) (2018): Embodied Heterotopias. On the materiality and [dis] order of completely different spaces. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag.

Dreit, K. / Schumacher, N. / Abraham, A. / Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2016): Ambivalences of Normativity in Critical-Feminist Science. Sulzbach / Taunus: Ulrike Helmer Verlag.

Birkle, C. / Kahl, R./Ludwig, G. / Maurer, S. (Eds.) (2012): Emancipation and feminist politics. Entanglements, distortions, metamorphoses. Sulzbach / Taunus: Ulrike Helmer Verlag.

Hauptert, B. / Maurer, S. / Schilling, S. / Schultheis, F. (Ed.) (2012): Social work in society. Part of the solution - part of the problem? Bern, Berlin and others: Peter Lang.

Kleinau, E. / Maurer, S. / Messerschmidt, A. (Ed.) (2011): Ambivalent Experiences - (Re) politicization of the sexes. Opladen & Farmington Hills: Barbara Budrich Publishing House.

Metz-Becker, M. / Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2010): One hundred years of women's studies in Marburg. Generations of female students. Marburg: Marburg city writings on history and culture.

Hauptert, B./Schilling, S./Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2010): Biography work and biography research in social work. Contributions to a reconstructive perspective of social professions. Bern, Berlin and others: Peter Lang.

Peters, M. A./Besley, A. C./Olssen, M./Maurer, S./Weber, S. M. (Eds.) (2009): Governmentality Studies in Education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Hauss, G./Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2009): Migration, Flight and Exile in the Mirror of Social Work. Bern: Haupt Verlag.

Maltry, K./Holland-Cunz, B./Köllhofer, Ni./Löchel, R./Maurer, S. (Eds.) (2008): Genderzukunft. On the transformation of feminist visions in science fiction. Königstein / Taunus: Helmer.

Glaser, E./Maurer, S./Schönig, W. (Ed.) (2008): Always one step ahead! Doris Knab as a reformer - concerns, tasks, impact history. Baltmannsweiler: Tailor Hohengehren. 212 pages.

Weber, S./Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2006): Gouvernementality und Erziehungswissenschaft. Wiesbaden: VS publishing house for social sciences.

Bütow, B./Chassé, K.-A./Maurer, S .. (Ed.) (2005): Social work between construction and dismantling. Analysis of transformation processes in the worlds of life and child and youth welfare in eastern Germany. Wiesbaden: VS publishing house for social sciences.

Kessl, F./Reutlinger, C./Frey, O./Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2005): Handbuch Sozialraum. Wiesbaden: VS publishing house for social sciences.

Articles in manuals (10)

Maurer, S. (2020): "Solidarity and / as empowerment ?! Some thoughts on the history of feminist movements (not only) in West Germany" in: Jagusch, Birgit / Chehata, Yasemine (ed.): Empowerment and Powersharing anchor points - Positioning - Arenas

Maurer, S. (2018): The Thematization of Sexualized Violence by the 'New Women's Movement'. In: Retkowski, Alexandra / Treibel, Angelika / Tuider, Elisabeth (eds.): Handbook on Sexualized Violence and Pedagogical Contexts. Weinheim / Basel: Beltz Juventa, pp. 43 - 51.

Kessl, F. / Maurer, S. (2016): Lebensweltorientierung and city / social space. In: Grunwald, Klaus / Thiersch, H. (Ed.): Praxishandbuch Lebensweltorientierte Soziale Arbeit. 3rd completely revised edition 2016, Weinheim / Basel: Beltz Juventa, pp. 571-581.

Maurer, S. (2016, 2nd revised edition): Gender - Girls. In: Schröer, Wolfgang / Struck, Norbert / Wolff, Mechthild (eds.) (2016, 2nd revised edition): Handbook of Child and Youth Welfare, Weinheim: Juventa, pp. 348-364.

Bricklayer. S.:Social work with women. In: Thole, W./Höblich, D./Ahmed, S. (ed.) (2012): Pocket dictionary of social work. Bad Heilbrunn: Verlag Julius Klinkhardt, pp. 253-254.

Maurer, S./May, M. (2011): Gender, Genderforschung. In: Otto, Hans-Uwe & Thiersch, Hans (ed.): Handbook of Social Work. Basics of social work and social education. 4th, completely revised edition. Munich / Basel: Ernst Reinhardt Verlag, pp. 479-489.

Maurer, S./Schröer, W. (2011): History of socio-educational ideas. In: Otto, Hans-Uwe & Thiersch, Hans (ed.): Handbook of Social Work. Basics of social work and social education. 4th, completely revised edition. Munich / Basel: Ernst Reinhardt Verlag, pp. 541-551.

Maurer, S./Kessl, F. (2005): “Social Work”. In: Kessl, Fabian / Reutlinger, Christian / Frey, Oliver / Maurer, Susanne. (Ed.) (2005): Handbuch Sozialraum. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, pp. 111-128.

Maurer, S. (2005): “Social Movement”. In: Kessl, Fabian / Reutlinger, Christian / Frey, Oliver / Maurer, Susanne. (Ed.) (2005): Handbuch Sozialraum. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, pp. 629-648.

Maurer, S. (2001): Emancipation (self-determination, self-realization). In: Otto, Hans-Uwe / Thiersch, Hans (eds.) (2001): Handbuch zur Sozialarbeit / Sozialpädagogik (with the collaboration of Karin Böllert, Gaby Flösser, Cornelia Füssenhäuser, Klaus Grunwald), Neuwied: Luchterhand, pp. 373-384 .

Maurer, S. (2001): Social work as a women's profession. In: Otto, Hans-Uwe / Thiersch, Hans (ed.) (2001): Handbuch zur Sozialarbeit / Sozialpädagogik (with the collaboration of Karin Böllert, Gaby Flösser, Cornelia Füssenhäuser, Klaus Grunwald), Neuwied: Luchterhand, pp. 1598-160

Articles in edited volumes (111)

Maurer, S. (2019): Gender / Sex. In: Grendel, Tanja (ed.): Socialization and social work. Study book on theory, empiricism and practice. Wiesbaden, Springer Fachmedien. Pp 137-147.

Maurer, S. (2019): Social Movements. In: Kessl, Fabian & Reutlinger, Christian (ed.): Handbuch Sozialraum. Wiesbaden, Springer VS. 2nd Edition. Pp.359-380.

Kessl, F. & Maurer, S. (2019): Social Work. In: Kessl, Fabian & Reutlinger, Christian (ed.): Handbuch Sozialraum. Wiesbaden, Springer VS. 2nd Edition. P.161-183.

Baader, M. S. & Maurer, S. (2019): The Assertion and Development of ‘The New’ In the Context of Emancipatory New Social Movements. In: Peters, Michael A. / Weber, Susanne, Maria (eds.): Organization and Newness. Discourses and Ecologies of Innovation in the Creative University. BRILL. P.217-232.

Lorenz, W. / Maurer, S. (2019): "Civil Society, Self-Organization, and Resistance". In: Kessl, Fabian; Lorenz, Walter; Otto, Hans-Uwe; White, Sue (eds.): European Social Work - A Compendium, Opladen; Berlin; Toronto: Verlag Barbara Budrich, pp.83-100.

Maurer, S. (2019): Die Antifeministen (1902): Hedwig Dohms early analysis of a political phenomenon. In: Näser-Lather, Marion / Oldemeier, Anna Lena / Beck, Dorothee (eds.): Backlash ?! Anti-feminism in science, politics and society. Sulzbach / Taunus, Helmer, (in appearance)

Maurer, S. (2018): On the mediation of social and political questions in the context of women's emancipation efforts in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In: Fontanellaz, Barbara / Reutlinger, Christian / Stiehler, Steve (eds.): Social work and the social question. Searching for traces, references to current issues, development potential. Zurich, Seismo, pp. 166-181.

Maurer, Susanne / Bütow, Birgit (2018): 1989/90: Social work in GDR and FRG. In: Eßer, Florian (ed.): History of social work. Baltmannsweiler, Schneider, pp. 133-150.

Maurer, Susanne / Bütow, Birgit (2018): 1989/90: Social work in GDR and FRG. In: Eßler, Florian (ed.): History of social work. Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, pp. 133-150.

Maurer, S. (2018): Border processing. On the analytical, methodological and critical potential of a figure of thought. In: Bütow, Birgit, et al. (Ed.) (2018): Grenzanalysen - Educational perspectives on a current figure of thought. Weinheim and Basel: Beltz Verlag, pp. 20 - 33.

Maurer, S. (2017): The perspective of "working on borders" in the context of thinking about relationships and behavior. In: Anhorn, Roland et al. (Ed.): Politics of relationships - politics of behavior. Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 113 - 126.

Maurer, S. (2017): "Memory of Conflicts"? Reflection on a historiographical-political figure of thought. In: Richter, J. (Ed.): History policy and social work: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 11-30.

Maurer, S. (2017): Knowledge and Interest - revisited. In: Oktay Bilgi, Marie Frühauf, Kathrin Schulze: contradictions of social integration. On the transformation of social work, pp. 227-241. Volume 4 of the series "Transformation of the Social - Transformation of Social Work" in Springer-Verlag. Online at http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-658-13769-4.

Maurer, S. (2017): The contribution of biographical reconstructions for successful youth welfare. In: Redmann, B. / Gintzel, U. (Hrsg.): From lion parents and children in care. Weinheim: Beltz Juventa, pp. 162-168.

Maurer, S. (2016): Freedom to Dissent? Dissent as a "hot issue" and a yardstick for "freedom" using the example of emancipatory movements and endeavors. In: Grubner, Barbara / C. Birkle / A. Henninger (eds.): Feminism and freedom. Gender-critical new appropriations of a contested term. Sulzbach / Taunus: Ulrike Helmer Verlag, pp. 50-73.

Maurer, S. (2016): 'Memory of Conflicts' instead of 'Canon'? Historiography politics as a critique of normativity in feminist-critical science. In: Dreit, K. / Schumacher, N. / Abraham, A. / Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2016): Ambivalences of Normativity in Critical-Feminist Science. Sulzbach / Taunus: Ulrike Helmer Verlag, p. 135.

Maurer, S. (2016): Feminism in social work: a hidden facet in dealing with "1968" ?! In: Birgmeier, Bernd / Mührel, Eric (ed.): The "68ers" and social work. Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 351-369.

Maurer, S. / Schraut, Sylvia (2015): Gender Order, Military Service and Pacifism. In: Dunkel, Franziska / Schneider, Corinna (Ed.): Women and Peace? Attribution - struggles - preventions. Opladen, Berlin, Toronto: Verlag Barbara Budrich, pp. 103-116.

Maurer, S. (2015): Socially critical awareness and contactful presence - social work as "reliable cooperation" ?. In: Hußmann, Marcus / Kunstreich, Tim (ed.): Membership and social justice. The Hans Falck Reader. Weinheim, Basel: Beltz Verlag, p. 81.

Maurer, S. (2015): Lived Criticism and Experimental Practice: Dimensions of Education in the Context of the New Women's Movement. In: Walgenbach, K. / Stach, A. (Ed.): Gender in social transformation processes. Opladen, Berlin, Toronto: Verlag Barbara Budrich, pp. 205-224.

Maurer, S. (2015): Criticism and Social Work. Some theses and explanations. In: Commission Social Pedagogy (Ed.): Practices of inclusion and exclusion in social work. Weinheim and Basel: Beltz Juventa, pp. 299-309.

Maurer, S. (2015): From stubbornness in everyday life to resistant action in public space? On the critical-utopian potential of an orientation towards everyday life and the world of life. In: Dörr, M./Füssenhäuser, C. / Schulze, H. (Ed.): Biography and life world. Perspectives of a critical social work. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, pp. 25-38.

Maurer, S. and group of authors from Marburg (2014): (How) can feminist work with girls still refer to "girls" today? In: Franke, Yvonne; Mozygemba et al. (Ed.): Feminism today. Bielefeld: Transcript-Verlag, pp. 249-267.

Maurer, S. (2014): Outrageous. (De) thematization of sexuality in women's movements around 1900 from the perspective of the ability to act. In: Grubner, B./Ott, V. (ed.): Sexuality and Gender. Feminist approaches to an uncomfortable relationship. Sulzbach / Taunus: Ulrike Helmer, pp. 19-43.

Maurer, S. (2014): Liberation for the “good life”? Reflections on emancipation in the context of social work. In: Richter, C. (Ed.): Gutes Leben. Fragile diversity between happiness, trust, suffering and fear. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, pp. 151-178.

Maurer, S. / Toppe, S. (2014): Dynamics of (de) thematization or: What kind of memory does feminism need? In: Brand, O./Dierkes, M. Jung, T. (Ed.): In work: Democracy. Feminist Perspectives on Emancipation and Democratization. Münster: Westphalian steam boat, pp. 220-238.

Maurer, S. (2014): Social movements and oppositional milieus as spaces for (self-) education. In: Wiechmann, E./Bogumil, J. (Ed.): Industrial relations and democracy in change. Festschrift for Leo Kißler. Baden Baden: Nomos, pp. 264-280.

Maurer, S. / Kessl, F. (2014): Radical reflexivity - a realistic perspective for (social) educational research? In: Mührel, E./Birgemeier, B. (Ed.): Perspectives of socio-educational research. Methodologies - Fields of Work - Research Practices. Wiesbaden: Springer Verlag, pp. 141-153.

Maurer, S. (2014): “The private is political!” - New women's movement, social work and perspectives of criticism. In: Bütow, B. / Chassé, K. A. / Lindner, W. (Ed.): The political in the social Historical lines and current challenges of social work. Opladen, Berlin, Toronto: Verlag Barbara Budrich, pp. 65-81.

Maurer, S. (2013): Somatic and biographical resonances - a chance to bridge inequality and difference in the counseling situation? In: Schnoor, Heike (ed.): Psychosocial counseling in the field of tension between society, institution, profession and the individual. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, pp. 265-277.

Maurer, S. (2013): “We object!” - Critique history (s) between theory and practice. In: Stender, W./Kröger, D. (Ed.): Social work as a critical action science. Contributions to the (re-) politicization of social work. Hanover: Blumhardt Verlag, pp. 121-138.

Bütow, B./Maurer, S. (2013): Contextual production conditions of participation in the organizational intersection of social work and psychiatry. In: Weber, S.M./Göhlich, M./Schröer, A./Fahrenwald, C./Macha, H. (Eds.) (2013): Organization and Participation. Contributions from the Organizational Pedagogy Commission. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien S. 263-271.

Maurer, S. (2013): 'Subject' as resistance? Some approaches from a feminist perspective. In: Graf, J. / Ideler, K. / Klinger, S. (Ed.): Gender between structure and subject. Theory, practice, perspectives. Opladen: Verlag Barbara Budrich, pp. 131-152.

Maurer, S. (2013): (Self-) education in the context of social movements and milieus. In: Koerrenz, R. / Stiebritz, A. (Ed.): Church - Education - Freedom. Open work as a model of a mature church. Paderborn: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh, pp. 67-85.

Maurer, S. (2012): 'Double track of criticism ‘- Feminist-inspired perspectives and reflections on the project of' Critical Social Work '. In: Anhorn, R./Bettinger, F./Horlacher, C./Rathgeb, K. (Ed.): Critique of Social Work - Critical Social Work. Perspectives on critical social work. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, pp. 299-323.

Maurer, S. (2012): Social work as an art of government? On the importance of a power analysis perspective in social work. In: Hauptert, B./Maurer, S./Schilling, S./Schultheis, F. (Ed.): Social work in society. Part of the solution - part of the problem? Bern: Peter Lang, 113-132.

Hauptert, B./Maurer, S./Schilling, S./Schultheis, F. (2012): Introduction. In: Hauptert, B./Maurer, S./Schilling, S./Schultheis, F. (Ed.): Social work in society. Part of the solution - part of the problem? Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 7-10.

Hauptert, B./Maurer, S./Schilling, S./Schultheis, F. (2012): Summary. In: Hauptert, B./Maurer, S./Schilling, S./Schultheis, F. (Ed.): Social work in society. Part of the solution - part of the problem? Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 213-216.

Birkle, C./Kahl, R./Ludwig, G./Maurer, S. (2012): Emancipation and feminist politics: entanglements, metamorphoses, faults. An introduction. In: Birkle, C./Kahl, R./Ludwig, G./Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2012): Emanzipation und Feminist Politiken. Entanglements, distortions, metamorphoses. Sulzbach / Taunus: Ulrike Helmer Verlag, pp. 75-93.

Maurer, S. (2012): Utopian thinking instead of utopia? Thought experiment and (indefinite) crossing of boundaries as feminist politics. In: Birkle, C./Kahl, R./Ludwig, G./Maurer, S. (Eds.) (2012): Emanzipation und Feministische Politiken.Entanglements, distortions, metamorphoses. Sulzbach / Taunus: Ulrike Helmer Verlag, pp. 75-93.

Kessl, F./Maurer, S. (2012): Radical reflexivity as a central dimension of a critical scientific understanding of social work. In: Schimpf, E./Stehr, J. (Ed.): Critical research in social work. Subject areas - contextual conditions - positioning - perspectives. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, pp. 43-56.

Maurer, S. (2012): Education - Becoming Subject - Collectivity. Social work as border processing. In: Angermüller, J./Buckel, S./Rodrian-Pfennig, M .: Solidarity Education. ed. v. Institute for Modern Solidarity. Hamburg: VSA Verlag, pp. 244-249.

Maurer, S. (2011): Notes from the ZweiRaumWohnung - (East-West) connections and faults in German women's and gender studies. In: Binder, Beate et al. (Ed.): Traveling Gender Studies. Münster: Westphalian steam boat, pp. 64-75.

Maurer, S. (2011): Women's Movement. In: Ehlert, G./Funk, H./Stecklina,G. (Ed.): Dictionary of social work and gender. Weinheim and Munich: Juventa, pp. 139-142.

Maurer, S. (2011): Education as lived criticism and (social) movement or: "What interested me in feminism last week ...". In: Lederer, B. (Ed.): "Education": what it was, is, should be. To determine a contentious term. Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren GmbH, pp. 151-172.

Maurer, S. (2011): Education as Critique and Movement. In: Spannring, R./Arens, S. / Mecheril, P. (ed.): Education - makes - differences. 3rd Innsbruck Education Days. Innsbruck: innsbruck university press, pp. 37-58.

Kleinau, E./Maurer, S. / Messerschmidt, A. (2011): Introduction. In: Kleinau, E./Maurer, S./Messerschmidt, A. (Ed.): Ambivalent experiences - (re) politicization of the sexes. Opladen & Farmington Hills: Verlag Barbara Budrich, pp. 7-16.

Maurer, S. (2011): Positioning based on social and justice theory - a problematic introduction. In: Commission Social Pedagogy (Ed.): Education of the Effective Citizen. Social pedagogy on the way to a new social draft. Weinheim and Munich: Juventa Verlag, pp. 67-70.

Maurer, S. (2011): Gender rearrangements in social work ?. In: Böllert, K./Heite, C. (Ed.): Social policy as gender policy. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, pp. 123-147.

Kessl, F./Maurer, S. (2010): Practices of differentiation as practices of border processing. Considerations for determining social work as a border worker. In: Kessl, F./Plößer, M. (Ed.): Differentiation, normalization, otherness. Social work as work with others. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, pp. 154-169.

Maurer, S. (2010): Marburg students and the new women's movement. In: Metz-Becker, M./Maurer, S. (Ed.): One hundred years of women's studies in Marburg. Generations of female students. Marburg: Marburg city writings on history and culture, pp. 161-175.

Maurer, S. (2010): About our conversations with contemporary witnesses. In: Metz-Becker, M./Maurer, S. (Ed.): One hundred years of women's studies in Marburg. Generations of female students. Marburg: Marburg city publications on history and culture, pp. 15-18.

Maurer, S. (2010): “Social Fantasy”. Women and criticism of rule today. In: Haug, F. (ed.): Letters from afar. Requirements for a feminist project today. Hamburg: Argument, pp. 186-189.

Maurer, S. (2010): “Media Biographies” - Access to the lifeworlds of addressees of social work? In: Hauptert, B./Schilling, S./Maurer, S. (Ed.): Biography work and biography research in social work. Contributions to a reconstructive perspective of social professions. Bern, Berlin and others: Peter Lang, p.117-132.

Bernhard, H./Schilling, S./Maurer, S. (2010): Foreword. In: Hauptert, B./Schilling, S./Maurer, S. (Ed.): Biography work and biography research in social work. Contributions to a reconstructive perspective of social professions. Bern, Berlin and others: Peter Lang, pp. 7-12.

Maurer, S./Täuber, L. (2009): Body-related perception. To translate neuroscientific findings into (social) educational practice. In: Behnisch, M./Winkler, M. (Ed.): Social work and natural science. Influences, discourses, perspective. Munich: Ernst Reinhardt Verlag, pp. 153-166.

Weber, S. M./Maurer, S. (2009): The Art of Being Governed Less: Educational Science in Germany and Governmentality. In: Peters, M. A./Besley, A. C./Olssen, M./Maurer, S./Weber, S. M. (Eds.): Governmentality Studies in Education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 397-414.

Maurer, S. (2009): The 'Female Academic Subject' - A Research Note. In: Glaser, E./Andresen, S. (Ed.): Yearbook Women and Gender Studies in Educational Science. Disciplinary history of educational science as a gender history. Opladen & Farmington Hills, MI: Barbara Budrich Verlag, pp. 129-136.

Maurer, S. (2009): Social work as an “open archive” of social conflicts. In: Mührel, Eric / Birgmeier, Bernd (eds.): Theories of Social Pedagogy - A Theory Dilemma? Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, pp. 147-164.

Maurer, S. (2009): Social work as a memory of social conflicts or: the heterogeneous collective, In: Kessel, Fabian / Otto, Hans-Uwe (ed.): Social work without a welfare state? Diagnoses of time, problematizations and perspectives, Weinheim and Munich: Juventa, pp. 165-172.

Maurer, S. (2008): Genre Change? The (feminist) detective novel as a place of the utopian, in: Maltry, Karola / Holland-Cunz, Barbara / Köllhofer, Nina / Löchel, Rolf / Maurer, Susanne (eds.) (2008): Genderzukunft. On the transformation of feminist visions in science fiction. Königstein / Taunus: Helmer. Pp. 203-231.

Maurer, S. (2008): Not a simple success story, in: Glaser, Edith / Maurer, Susanne / Schönig, Wolfgang (eds.) (2008): Always one step ahead! Doris Knab as a reformer - concerns, tasks, impact history. Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Hohengehren, pp. 191-196.

Maurer, S. (2008): Women and Men in the Future of Social Work. Draft of a new gender disorder, in: Amthor, R.-C. (Ed.) (2008): Social jobs in transition. Past, present and future of social work. Basics of Social Work, Volume 19, Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Hohengehren, pp. 177-204.

Maurer, S. (2008): Gender. In: Hanses, Andreas / Homfeldt, Hans-Günther (Ed.) (2008): Age and social work. Volume 1: An introduction, Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Hohengehren, pp. 49-63.

Maurer, S. (2008): Strange Self-Oblivion? Thematization dynamics in the context of feminist theory formation. In: Casale, Rita / Rendtorff, Barbara (eds) (2008): What comes after gender research? On the future of feminist theory formation. Bielefeld: transcript, pp. 101-119.

Maurer, S. (2007): Thinking Governmentality 'from below': Social Work and Social Movements as (Collective) Actors in Movable / Mobile Orders, in: Peters, Michael A./Besley, Tina (AC) (Ed) (2007 ): Why Foucault? New Directions in Educational Research, New York, pp. 125-137.

Maurer, S. (2007): "I woo the empire of freedom ..." - Precarious female citizen status and social politics in the context of the women's movement, in: Dollinger, Bernd / Müller, Carsten / Schröer, Wolfgang (eds.) (2007): The socio-educational education of the citizen. Drafts for the constitution of modern society, Wiesbaden, pp. 93-117.

Maurer, S. (2007): Not worth mentioning? - On the difficulty of passing on “female” social experience, in: Regnath, R. Johanna / Riepl-Schmidt, Mascha / Scherb, Ute (eds.) (2007): Eroberung der Geschichte - Frauen und Tradition, Hamburg, p. 241-250.

Maurer, S. (2006): Struggle for the past - Feminist history work in the process of handing down, in: Regnath, R. Johanna / Riepl-Schmidt, Mascha / Scherb, Ute (eds.) (2006): Eroberung der Geschichte - Frauen and Tradition, Hamburg, pp. 23-29.

Maurer, S. (2006): Vorneweg & mittendrin - portraits of successful women, in: Boeser, Christian / Schaufler, Birgit (ed.) (2006): Bella Block alias Hannelore Hoger, "The truth is reasonable for people", Königstein / Taunus, pp. 149-163.

Maurer, S. (2006): Social movements as struggles for social participation or: The rhythmization of social space, in: Böllert, Karin / Langenohl, Sabrina (ed.) (2006): The productivity of the social - activating the social state, Sixth Federal Social Work Congress, Wiesbaden, pp. 197-207.

Maurer, S. (2006): Counseling as a translation and re-articulation of experience, in: Heike Schnoor (Hrsg.) (2006): Psychosocial counseling in social and rehabilitation pedagogy, Stuttgart, pp. 23-33.

Maurer, S. (2006): Thinking governmentality “from below”. Social work and social movements as (collective) actors of “movable orders”, in: Weber, S./Maurer, S. (Ed.) (2006): Gouvernementalität und Erziehungswissenschaft. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, pp. 233-252.

Maurer, S. (2006): On youth welfare and social education in the GDR - a conversation with Prof. Dr. habil. Eberhard Mannschatz, in: Bütow / Chassé / Maurer 2006, pp. 59-71. (in cooperation with Birgit Bütow)

Memory of Conflicts: Opposition Milieus in the GDR and Social Work in the New Federal States, in: Bütow / Chassé / Maurer (see above) 2006, pp. 43-58.

Maurer, S. (2005): On the concrete and metaphorical meaning of (social) space as gendered space, in: Project “Networks in the District” (Ed.) (2005): Limits of the Social Space. Critique of a concept - Perspektiven für Soziale Arbeit, Wiesbaden, pp. 185-203.

Maurer, S. (2005): History of social work as a memory of social conflicts. Reflections on a reflective historiography in social pedagogy, in: Konrad, F.-M. (Ed.) (2005): Social Pedagogy in Transition. Historical sketches, Münster, pp. 11-33.

Maurer, S. (2005): Memory Storage of Social Experience? On the political dimension of women's and gender research, in: Casale, R./Rendtorff, B./Andresen, S./Moser, V./Prengel, A. (Ed.) (2005): Gender Research in Criticism (Yearbook of Women's and Gender Studies in Education, Vol. 1), Opladen & Bloomfield Hills, pp. 107-125.

Maurer, S. (2005): History, Politics and Gender - or: Which gender differentiation does specialist didactics need ?, in: Schlag, T./Scherrmann, M. (Ed.) (2005): Before the past goes away. For contemporary politics and history lessons on National Socialism and right-wing extremism, Schwalbach / Ts., Pp. 145-150.

Maurer, S. (2004): East-West conditions in the spectrum: challenges and lines of conflict using the example of child and youth welfare in the new federal states, in: Hufnagel, R./Simon, T. (eds.) (2004): Problem case German unity. Interdisciplinary considerations on all-German issues, Wiesbaden, pp. 207-225. (in cooperation with Birgit Bütow)

Maurer, S. (2003): Spiritual motherliness as an emancipation trap? Bourgeois women in the 19th century fight for individuality and social participation, in: Ludwig, J./Nagelschmidt, I./Schötz, S. (Ed.) (2003): Life is striving. The first Auguste Schmidt book, Leipzig, pp. 247-265.

Maurer, S. (2002): "I circle around ..." - The educational theory of the middle using the example of Gertrud Bäumer, in: Liegle, L./Treptow, R. (Ed.) (2002): Worlds of education in the pedagogy of early childhood and social education, Freiburg im Breisgau, pp. 288-306. (in cooperation with Wolfgang Schröer)

Maurer, S. (2002): From Bella (Block) to Hannelore (Hoger) or: What happens on the way from book to film? In: Birkle, C./Matter-Seibel, S./Plummer, P. (Ed.) (2002): Women on the trail. Detective authors from Germany, Great Britain and the USA, Tübingen, pp. 305-327.

Maurer, S. (2001): The social and the difference. On the (de) thematization of difference in social education, in: Lutz, H./Wenning, N. (Ed.) (2001): differently different. Difference in Educational Science, Opladen, pp. 125-142.

Maurer, S. (2001): Centered Diversity? On the question of subject and ability to act in dealing with post-structuralist thinking, in: Fritzsche, B./Hartmann, J./Schmidt, A./Tervooren, A. (Ed.) (2001): Dekonstruktiv Pädagogik. Educational debates under poststructuralist perspectives, Opladen pp. 105-118.

Maurer, S. (2000): “The noblewoman with civic virtues and the noble citizen” or: An approach to the social or cultural history of social work using the example of the actions of women “on site”, in: TU Dresden / Institute for Social Pedagogy und Sozialarbeit (Ed.) (2000): Current research contributions on historical social pedagogy and social work (contributions to the 2nd specialist meeting on historical social pedagogy / social work in Dresden 1999), Dresden, pp. 169-179.

Maurer, S. (2000): Creation and displacement of meaning in the interview situation, in: Lemmermöhle, D./Fischer, D./Klika, D./Schlüter, A. (Ed.) (2000): Lesarten des sex. On the de-construction debate in educational gender research, Opladen 2000, pp. 133-145.

Maurer, S. (2000): “Everyday life” is here to stay? On the emergence and disappearance of the political in everyday life. In: Institute for Social Pedagogy of the TU Dresden (ed.) (2000): Hans Thiersch on his 65th birthday. “Tomorrow is also another day ...” - Critical (re) construction of an everyday theory and the future of the social, Dresden, pp. 45-54.

86. Maurer, S. (2000): “Ashes are burning”? On the difficulty of passing on female social experience. In: Winterhager-Schmid, L. (Hg.) (2000): Experience of Generation Difference, Weinheim, pp. 171-180.

Maurer, S. (2000): Subject in Thinking? Feminist concept of subject between empirical reconstruction and theoretical deconstruction. In: Project Feminist Theories in the Northern Association (ed.) (2000): Subject and knowledge. Insights into feminist theories. Opladen, pp. 97-107.

Maurer, S. (1999): Art as dialogical (knowledge) practice or: The radical work on the situation. A conversation between Susanne Hofmann and Susanne Maurer. In: Hofmann, S. (1999): Introduced memories - re-enacted states, catalog (State Academy of Fine Arts), Stuttgart, pp. 59-79.

Maurer, S. (1999): "Feminism"? In: On the move - 30 years of the new women's movement in Tübingen (book for the exhibition of the same name, published in the series “Tübinger Catalogs” as no. 54), Tübingen 1999, pp. 79-81.

Maurer, S. (1999): “Between Opposition, Separatism and Mainstreaming” - or: What does the women's movement actually mean ?, in: In Movement - 30 Years of the New Women's Movement in Tübingen (book for the exhibition of the same name, published in the series “Tübinger Catalogs ”As No. 54), Tübingen 1999, pp. 17-21.