Having studied European History, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies in Cologne/Germany, Salonica and Athens/Greece, Nicole Immig received her M.A. at the University of Cologne/Germany focusing on the “Smyrna Issue in International Politics 1919-1923”. Her PhD-Thesis, finished at the Humboldt-University of Berlin, concentrated on Muslims in Greece in the timespan from 1878-1897 and their struggle between political and socioeconomic participation and emigration and was published in German in 2015. Within a postgraduate study at the Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena she conducted a research on “Images and Imaginations of Turks and Ottomans in Greece 1821-1930”, focusing on Greek Illustrated Journals. She is currently engaged in two projects on the Cultural History of World War One in the Balkans focusing on the one hand on the history of German Archaeology in Greece during the war, and on the other exploring the Visual history of the Salonica/Macedonian front in a comparative persepctive. She has been granted several scholarships to conduct research in Greece and Turkey as well as in Germany, Austria, France and Great-Britain. Since September 2017 she is Onassis Visiting Assistant Professor for Modern Greek History at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul/Turkey.