I hold master‘s degrees in theater studies (Theaterwissenschaft) and editorial studies (Editionswissenschaft). In recent years I have worked for research projects located at the The Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, assisting in the scholarly – and largely digital – editions of “The Collected Works of Immanuel Kant – New Editions, Revisions and Completion” and “Wilhelm von Humboldt: Writings on Linguistics“. My research experience & interests include(s): critical editions, digital editing, text encoding and research data management. Furthermore, I did research on the philosophy of art, aesthetic theory, avantgarde performance, improvisation, artistic freedom and the dialectics of limits and liberation (Kant, Hegel, Foucault, Derrida).
I am 29 years old and from Copenhagen, Denmark. Currently, I am employed as a Ph.D. Fellow in the Department of Philosophy and the History of Ideas, School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University (Denmark). I work with German philosophy in the 19th century and more specifically the reception of Hegel, especially the Young Hegelians, but also the political and institutional reception of Hegel in a socio-economic and political context. Areas of specialisation G. W. F. Hegel, Hegelianism, and the contemporary reception of Hegel; German Idealism; Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; the intellectual history of Marxism, circa 1850-1970. Areas of competence/interest Philosophy of science, especially the social sciences; philosophy of history and history of philosophy; German 19th century philosophy in general; the Frankfurt School (1st generation) and Critical Theory; ancient philosophy, mainly Aristotle; “classical” political philosophy (from Plato to Marx); the institutionalisation of systems of thought; digital humanities and text-as-data methods for political theory and philosophy research.
I am a research assistant and head of the Cultural Sciences Department at the Sorbian Institute (Serbski institut) in Bautzen with a branch office in Cottbus. My research interests are historical ethnic minority studies, Sorbian and regional history as well as German-Slavic entangled history.