PhD, Yale 2017
MPhil, Yale 2014
MA, Yale 2013
BA, European University Viadrina 2010
My primary fields of study are German & comparative literature and media studies, with a secondary focus in art history, philosophy, the history of ideas, and the history of science. I work on material from the 16th to the 21st century.
I completed my PhD in 2017 with distinction in the German Department at Yale University, and spent the year 2013/2014 as a fellow in the "Technologies of Knowledge" program for the integrated humanities funded by the Mellon Foundation. 2017/2018 I was a Lector of Germanic Languages and Literatures at Yale University, and since Fall 2018 I am a Lecturer in German at Princeton University.
Among other projects, I am currently in the process of preparing the book publication of my dissertation "Inheriting Ars Topica: Short Narrative Forms and the Practice of Modern Life", as well as co-editing and co-translating "The Hans Blumenberg Reader", forthcoming with Cornell University Press.