Ingke Brodersen, born 1950 in Barmstedt, studied History at Hamburg University. After a spell in teaching she worked as an editor of political books at the Rowohlt publishing house, later becoming head of Rowohlt Berlin. A co-founder of the publishing firm Booklett.Brodersen & company, she now works as an editor and author of books on politics and media culture,
- Eine Erdbeere für Hitler
[A strawberry for Hitler]
S. Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2005.
More PublicationsJudentum. Eine Einführung
Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt 2011.
Zerrissene Herzen. Die Geschichte der Juden in Deutschland
(with Rüdiger Dammann)
Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt 2006.