I am an enthusiastic and curious humanities student with an immense love for literary studies. As a passionate academic and creative writer I aspire to make stories and histories more and more accessible within and outside of the academic sphere.
After having completed a BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences at University College Maastricht, I started the RMA Philosophy at UU. Main areas of interest include (inter)subjectivity, social identities, norms, and responsibility which I examine through the lense of gender and sexuality.
I am a first-generation student from Germany and obtained my bachelor's degree in International Relations with a minor in Social Sciences from the University of Erfurt. During my studies I mainly worked on intersectional feminist theory in IR, but also extended my field of interest to topics such as Whiteness in pop culture, beauty and the feminized body in Nation Building and religious discrimination within the Roman-Catholic Church. My bachelor's thesis was titled "Aryan Femininity and national socialist Nation Building: Self-constructions of the virtuous Aryan woman in the party-official women’s magazine NS-Frauen-Warte", and constituted an account of White Femininity in the Nation Building process of the Third Reich.