“Historicizing Trouble and Strife: An Analysis of a Radical Feminist Magazine”, gender<ed> thoughts, 2022.

““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)

Book Review: “(Un)Making Queer African Identities”, Research in African Literatures. Winter, 2020.

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.

Göttinger Tageblatt, Uni Göttingen, Lower Saxony Ministry for Science and Culture, NDR.