Please find a description of my PhD project here.
Since September 2011: PhD Candidate at Tema Genus , Linköping University, Sweden. Dissertation project: Digital Intimacies. Doing new media differently. Supervised by Ass. Prof. Cecilia Åsberg (Linköping Univeristy) and Prof. Jenny Sundén (Södertörn University).
- M.A. Comparative Women’s Studies in Culture and Politics September 2010, Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands
- M.A. German Language Culture in October 2008, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- B.A. Literary, Cultural and Media Studies/Social Sciences in August 2007, Universität Siegen, Germany
Media and Cultural Studies; Feminist Studies of New Media and feminist Cultural Studies; Visual Cultures; New Materialisms; Embodiment and body theories; Affect theory; Popular Culture and Popfeminism
- Teaching in the online master program Gender Studies: Intersectionality and Change
Tutoring students of the online master program Gender Studies: Intersectionality and Change
Student representative at the Board of Tema Genus, Linköping University (since 2014)
Founding member of the Tema PhD Council, acting as secretary (2013)
Sadowski, H. “Depiction of Female Migrants in German Mass Media: Insights into the Status Quo According to Lunenborg and Colleagues' Findings in Migrantinnen in den Medien. ” Critical Sociology (2014).
Hearn, J. ; Biricik, A. ; Harrison, K. ; Sadowski, H. “Hegemony, Transpatriarchies, ICTs and Virtualization. ” Rethinking Transnational Men: Beyond, Between and Within Nations. Ed. Jeff Hearn, Marina Blagojevic, and Katherine Harrison. 1st ed. , 2013. 91–108. Print. Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality 12.
Since 2013 Member of the Posthumanities Hub, Linköping University
Department: Institutionen för Tema (TEMA) / Tema Genus (TEMAG)
Temahuset E 437
Campus Valla, Linköping
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