““Whose Emancipatory Politics?” Toward a Postcolonial Technological Subject”, Global Perspectives, 2021. (if you’d like to read it but are stuck at a paywall, please email me)
As a PhD researcher, I study feminist history and media. My PhD theorises the future of social movements, especially that of feminisms in times of changing technology, media and memory. I currently work at the English department in Leipzig as a Research Associate.
For my educational achievements at the Masters level, including my study of the British radical feminist periodical “Trouble and Strife”, I was awarded the Niedersachsen Wissenschaftspreis 2019 (Lower Saxony Research Award).
My MA thesis won the Gender Thesis Prize 2020 awarded by Göttingen Center for Gender Studies.