Jürgen Finger is head of the Department of contemporary history at the German Historical Institute (GHI) Paris. Prior to this, he has raised funding within the framework of the European Union MSC Actions and served as a DAAD P.R.I.M.E.-Fellow at the Centre d’histore de Sciences Po in Paris in cooperation with GHI Paris and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. He is a former Research Fellow at LMU Munich and at the University of Augsburg where he earned his Dr. phil. His major publications on the educational and business history of the Third Reich include “Dr. Oetker und der Nationalsozialismus. Geschichte eines Familienunternehmens“ (2013, together with Sven Keller and Andreas Wirsching); „Eigensinn im Einheitsstaat. NS-Schulpolitik in Württemberg, Baden und im Elsass 1933-1945” (2016). He is currently exploring “The Moral Economy of Belle Époque France,” a book project that deals with the cultural embeddedness of capitalism.