Curriculum Vitae

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  • Since 02/2022: Research assistant to Prof. Dr. Stefan Greif at the Institute for German Studies, University of Kassel
  • WiSe 2020/21- WiSe 2021/22: Lecturer at the Institute for German Studies (subject areas literary studies, didactics of literature), University of Kassel
  • SoSe 2020: Lecturer for special tasks at the Institute for German Studies (Department of Literary Studies), University of Kassel
  • WiSe 2019/20-present: collaborating on the teaching focus Climate Thinking at the Department 02 (Humanities and Cultural Studies), University of Kassel: teaching courses(Climate and Environmental Movements in Children's and Youth Literature, WiSe 2020; Environmental Dystopias in Children's and Youth Literature, WiSe 2020/21; Climate Change in Children's and Youth Literature, SoSe 2021), lecture in the context of the lecture series Climate Thinking: Science Fiction and Climate Change: The Principle of Hope with Jessica Bauer, SoSe 2021), member of the organizing team of the Climate Thinking lecture series, SoSe 2021 u. SoSe 2022
  • WiSe 2019/20-present: Management of the Georg Forster Society e.V., University of Kassel.
  • WiSe 2018/19: Start of the dissertation project. PhD student with Prof. Dr. Stefan Greif, Modern German Literary Studies, University of Kassel.
  • 10/2018-present: fellow of the Humanities and Cultural Studies Doctoral Program (GeKKo), University of Kassel.
  • SoSe 2018: graduation of the study of teaching profession for high schools, University of Kassel
  • WiSe 2013/14: Lectureship with Maria Grüning at the Department 05 Social Sciences: Didactics of Politics, University of Kassel, with Prof. Dr. Bernd Overwien
  • Wise 2009/10-Suese 2018: Teacher training for secondary schools: German studies, history, politics and economics, University of Kassel


Research interests

  • Radio plays and audio media
  • Modern German literature and media
  • Inter- and transmediality and multimodality
  • Literature of the post-war period
  • Children's and youth literature and media
  • Narrated ecological discourses and climate change
  • Pop literature and pop culture
  • George Forster

For more information, see the Germanist Directory entry.


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