Local Junior Fellows
|Nicole Haring||Nicole Haring has a MA in English and American Studies and a teacher education in English and Geography. She works on a dissertation on gender images and understandings of femininity and masculinity in education.||July 2020 to June 2021|
|Raphaela Hemet|| |
She has a BA in German Philology and an MA in Religious Studies and also works at the Institute for Religious Studies supporting part-time studies at the Faculty of Catholic Theology.
|October 2019 to September 2020|
|Franziska Marek|| |
She studied social sciences, communication studies and sociology in Antwerp, Marburg and Frankfurt/Main and deals with health and medical sociological issues around the topics of interprofessionality, health-related self-advocacy and patient orientation, gender and sexuality. She is also a freelance trainer in political education and is working on her PhD project in the field of qualitative health research.
|September 2020 to August 2021|
|Sarah Nabjinsky||Sarah Nabjinsky has a MA in musicology and positions her doctoral thesis in musicology and gender studies with a focus on feminist theories, Queer Studies, pop music/culture research and media theories.||December 2020 to December 2021|
|Marcella Rowek||She holds an MA in "Peace, Development, Security and International Conflict Transformation", was the initiator and project manager of the Open City Forum in Graz and published her thesis "The Political Necessity of Transpersonal Work. Deep Democracy's Potential to Transform Polarized Conflicts" at Springer Verlag.||March 2020 to February 2021|
|Marietta Schmutz|| |
She completed her MA degree in German Studies in 2019 and is currently working on her MA degree in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies.
|October 2019 to September 2020|
|Dijana Simić||The South Slavicist literary and cultural studies scholar is a (founding) member of the reading group "Affect - Gender - Communication" and in the final stage of her dissertation "Intimacy narratives as literary counter-publics. An analysis of the constellations of figures in selected works of Bosnian-Herzegovinian prose after 2000".||April 2020 to January 2021|
|Si Whybrew|| |
Si Whybrew has a MA in North American Studies, is a (founding) member of the reading group "Affect - Gender - Communication" and investigates in the dissertation project how the affective world of experience of trans characters is expressed in contemporary North American science fiction short stories by trans writers and to what extent these texts can serve as identification surfaces for trans readers.
|March 2020 to January 2021|
|Luise Wimmler|| |
Luise Wimmler completed her Master's degree in Economic Policies in the Age of Globalisation at Kingston University London and Université Sorbonne Paris Nord in 2019. Her dissertation project involves a systematic investigation of the development of women's pay in Austria in the context of different accumulation regimes. She is a lecturer for economics and was, among other things, chairperson of the Society for Plural Economics Graz.
|October 2020 to September 2021|
|Viktoria Wind||Viktoria Wind completed the teacher's education in German and History in 2020. She is a doctoral candidate at the Department of History at the University of Graz. Her research focuses on a new military history conducted as gender history. The constructions of gender concepts in military contexts during the First World War and the interwar period are of particular interest to her.||January 2021 to January 2023|