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CV

Professional experience

  • 3/2020-3/2021: Kulturpolitische Koordinatorin, Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL)
  • 3/2020-3/2021: Privatdozentin, Institute for English and American Studies, University of Osnabrück
  • 10/2019-3/2020: Assistant Professor of American Studies (Akademische Rätin auf Zeit), Institute for English and American Studies, University of Osnabrück
  • 10/2016-10/2019: Research position sponsored by the German Research Foundation (DFG) ("Sachbeihilfe"/ Eigene Stelle); research project: "The Claims of History: Native and National Narratives of Land as Property in the U.S." ("Eigentumsgeschichte(n): Land als Eigentum in Indigenen und Nationalen Narrativen in den USA")
  • 4/2016-9/2016: Assistant Professor of American Studies (Akademische Rätin auf Zeit), Institute for English and American Studies, University of Osnabrück
  • 4/2015-3/2016: Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study "Law as Culture" (Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Recht als Kultur"), University of Bonn
  • 4/2011-3/2015: Assistant Professor of American Studies (Akademische Rätin auf Zeit), Institute for English and American Studies, University of Osnabrück; coordinator of the Osnabrück Summer Institute on the Cultural Study of the Law (OSI)
  • 4/2009-4/2011: Senior Lecturer (Lehrkraft f. besondere Aufgaben) in American Cultural Studies, American Studies department, University of Münster
  • 10/2008-3/2009: Senior Lecturer (Lehrkraft f. besondere Aufgaben) in Literary and Cultural Didactics, English Didactics department, University of Münster 


Education

  • 2011-2017: University of Osnabrück
    Second Book Project (Habilitation): "Visions of Peoplehood and Indigenous Futurity in Native American Removal Literature" (December 2017); Venia Legendi in the field of Amerikanistik/American Studies
  • 1999-2001, 2002-2010: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz:
    PhD in American Studies (supervised by Prof. Dr. Alfred Hornung), summa cum laude (2010); Dissertation title: "Hopping on or off the Water Wagon? The Temperance Movement in St. Paul, Minnesota, 1848-1919"
  • 2001-2002: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA:
    Graduate courses in American Studies and Immigration History
  • 1999-2005: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz:
    M.A. (Magistra Artium): American Studies, Medieval and Early Modern History;
    First State Examination (Teacher's Degree): English, History

     

Scholarships, Awards, Fellowships

  • 2/2016: Nomination for the Scientific Award of the Federal State of Lower Saxony 2016 in the category "Young Scientists" by the University of  Osnabrück
  • 4/2015-3/2016: Fellowship at the Center for Advanced Study "Law as Culture" (Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Recht als Kultur"), University of Bonn
  • 6/2014: Nominated for the Hans Mühlenhoff teaching award of the University of Osnabrück
  • 7/2011: Nominated for the award of the Friends of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz for the best dissertation 2010/11
  • 12/2010: Award for the best dissertation in the field of Historical Cultural Studies 2009/10, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz 
  • 6/2010-3/2012: Participant of Erstklassig!, the Mentoring Program for Excellent Young Academics, University of Münster,
  • 1/2006-10/2008: PhD scholarship by the Cusanuswerk
  • 9/2005: Participation in the Bucerius Seminar in the United States (sponsored by the Zeit Foundation, the GHI in Washington D.C., and the University of Chicago)
  • 4/2001-7/2005: Scholarship by the Cusanuswerk
  • 4/2004-9/2004: Research scholarship by the federal state Rhineland-Palatinate
  • 8/2001-5/2002: Scholarship by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)


Research grants

  • 1/2021-12/2022: Three-part booklet series funded by LWL-Kulturstiftung: "Zukunftsthemen der Transformation: Digitalität – Agilität – Diversität" (in cooperation with Institut für Kulturpolitik/Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft e.V., Bonn)
  • 4/2016-3/2020: Research project ("Sachbeihilfe"/Eigene Stelle) funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG): "From Removal to Indigenism: Property Discourses in Native American Removal Literature" as part of the DFG project "The Claims of History: Native and National Narratives of Land as Property in the U.S." ("Eigentumsgeschichte(n): Land als Eigentum in indigenen und nationalen Narrativen in den USA") (together with Prof. Dr. Peter Schneck)
  • 3-10/2012: Funding for the International Osnabrück Summer Institute for the Cultural Study of the Law (OSI): "Culture, Rights, Identity: Interfaces between the Humanities and the Law" by the Volkswagen Foundation

 

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