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Angie Martiens

Angie Martiens
Image Credit: Kate Riep

Research Associate

Member, RA 1: Competing Communities

Address
Freie Universität Berlin
EXC 2020 Temporal Communities
Altensteinstraße 15
Room 206
14195 Berlin
Email
a.martiens [at] fu-berlin.de

Current positions & projects:

    

CV

since 2019: Research associate, Cluster of Excellence 2020 "Temporal Communities: Doing Literature in a Global Perspective"

2019–2020: Business studies certificate, Universität Augsburg

2017–2019: Member and Co-Director of Litaffin ǀ Bloggen über junges Schreiben (literary blog of the master programme Applied Literary Studies – Contemporary Literature at Freie Universität Berlin)

2017–2019: Conceptualisation and coordination of the teaching project "Understanding University: The Rhetoric(s) of German Academia" at the chair of Prof. Dr. Anita Traninger – awarded the Teaching Award 2017 of Freie Universität Berlin

2016–2019: Interdisciplinary gender studies certificate, Centre for Interdisciplinary Women's and Gender Studies (ZIFG) at Technische Universität Berlin

2016–2019: Master of Arts in German Literature – Modern German Literature, Freie Universität Berlin

2016–2019: Master program Dance Studies, Freie Universität Berlin

2015–2019: Student research assistant, chair of Prof. Dr. Anita Traninger, Collaborative Research Center 980 "Episteme in Motion", Project A07, Freie Universität Berlin

2014–2015: Semester abroad (Political Science), Stockholms Universitet (Sweden)

2012–2017: Bachelor of Arts in German Language and Literature (with Political Science), Freie Universität Berlin

Winter semester 2019/20:

Seminar "Understanding University: Praktiken, Diskurse, Habitus", Freie Universität Berlin

Research interests:

  • German literature between the end of the 19th century and present time
  • Gender studies & queer studies
  • Social inequality and mechanisms of exclusion in university organisations / in the academic space

Articles

  • „Das Zitat bei Thomas Meinecke: Zwischen postmoderner Theorie und DJ-Kultur. Zwischen Gender und Techno“, in: SYN. Magazin für Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaft 13: Populär. Intersektionalitäten des Beliebten (2017), p. 63–71.

  

Working Papers

        


  

Events

  • 5. annual 'Institutstag' of the department for German and Dutch Philologies "Das unbedingte Institut", Freie Universität Berlin, 23.06.2016 (together with Bernadette Grubner, Michaela Hartl, Matthias Lüthjohann, Nils Lukas Regeler)