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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Language, Literature and Humanities

PhD Students

Current PhD students and their projects (alphabetical):

  • Serda Amiroglu: The Figure of the Returning Stranger in Postcolonial Literature (supervised by Prof. Kilian).
  • Ilias Ben Mna: Ronald Reagan and the American Film Since the 1980s - The Construction and Reconstruction of Metaphors and Myths in Blockbuster Movies and Politics (supervised by PD Dr. Isensee).
  • Beate Bergmann: Die Rolle von Modalpartikeln und Konjunktionen bei der mentalen Repräsentation von Diskursen (supervised by Prof. Egg).
  • Frédérique Borne-Moinet: Neue Medien und Kollaboration im Fremdsprachenunterricht: Untersuchung zur Entwicklung mündlicher Interaktionen in einem grenzüberschreitenden Web 2.0-Netzwerk (supervised by Prof. Breidbach).
  • Aleksandra Boss: From Deism to Democracy: Potentials of Panopticism in Thomas Paine’s The Age of Reason and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Nature (supervided by Prof. Klepper).
  • Silvia Chirila: Between the Double and the Shadow. Paradox and Tension in the Novels of Toni Morrison (supervised by Prof. Klepper).
  • Katharina Christ: Literary Rooms in Contemporary American Fiction (supervised by Prof. Klepper).
  • Sophia Döring: Modal Particles in Discourse (supervised by Prof. Egg).
  • Klara Franz: Ästhetische und moralphilosophische Ursprünge der empathischen Ekphrasis bei John Keats (supervised by Prof. Schwalm).
  • Prue Goredema: An ethnographic assessment of Content and Language Integrated Learning in the Biology Classroom (supervised by Prof. Breidbach).
  • Brian Curtis Greenhill: Forgiveness and Retribution: The Function of the Social Sphere in Post-Apartheid South African Literature and Cinema (supervised by Prof. Kilian).
  • Justyna Kolwas: Reconfiguration of "America" and "Modernist Art": Ausdrucksformen kultureller Hybridität in der Kunst der USA in den 1930er bis 1960er Jahren (supervised by PD Dr. Isensee).
  • Suncica Klaas: Immigrant Autobiographies and Human Rights Discourses (supervised by Prof. Boesenberg).
  • Jana Lehmann: Jenseitsvorstellungen in Miltons Paradise Lost (supervised by Prof. Lobsien). 
  • Katja Linke: Queer Comics and the Question of Homonormativity (supervised by Prof. Boesenberg).
  • Milena Nikolova: Amerikakonzeptionen im europäischen Autorenfilm (supervised by Prof. Klepper).
  • Anne Potjans: Mixed-Race Identity and the Lived Experience of Black Bodies in Black German and African American Autobiographies (supervised by Prof. Boesenberg)
  • Will Roberts: Aspects of Verb Meaning (supervised by Prof. Egg).
  • David Rose: The Power of Violent Bonds. Violence and Community in American Fiction (supervised by PD Dr. Isensee).
  • Teresa Schäfer: Mehrsprachigkeit in jüdisch-amerikanischer Gegenwartsliteratur (supervised by Prof. Boesenberg).
  • Nathalie Scherf: Syntax, Semantik und Pragmatik von Modalpartikeln im Schwedischen (supervised by Prof. Egg).
  • Anne-Julia Schoen: A Line of their Own: Impacts of the informe on gender configurations in the works of Anglo-Jewish avant-garde artists and writers (1910 – 1937) (supervised by Prof. Kilian).
  • Janina Scholz: Gender, Sexualität und das ‚monströse‘  Andere  in amerikanischen Fernsehserien (supervised by Prof. Boesenberg).
  • Katrin Schultze: Erzählungen vom Englischlernen und EnglischlehrerInwerden - Narrative Studien zur professionellen Identitätsbildung angehender EnglischlehrerInnen (supervised by Prof. Breidbach).
  • Jiann-Chyng Tu: Berlin in African-American Literature (supervised by Prof. Boesenberg).
  • Anna Voigt: Konstruktionen von ‚Männlichkeiten’ und ‚Sexualitäten’ in US-amerikanischen TV-Serien (supervised by Prof. Kilian).
  • Yumin Zhang: Performing Masculinities in Ang Lee's Films (supervised by PD Dr. Isensee).

 

 


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