Graduate Students

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Daniel Burnfin

Research Interests: The relation between classical German literature, the sciences and 19th century German philosophy; the relation between ‘critical’ and ‘speculative’ thought, Jena 1794-1807; the history of Hegel-reception and the influence of neo-Kantianism
Cohort Year: 2015
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Charles Ducey

Research Interests: The concept of "Geist", hermeneutics, early 20th-century fiction, the linguistic turn, metaphor and symbolism; 19th century literature, 20th century literature, German philosophy of language, Begriffsgeschichte
Cohort Year: 2018
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Simon Friedland

Research Interests: Poetry and poetics in the Age of Goethe; reception of classical antiquity; the fin-de-siècle lyric; imitation and exemplarity ; Nietzsche
Cohort Year: 2015
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Naomi Holzapfel

Research Interests: Romantic nationalism, German culture/society, modern myth-making, folklore and fairytales, the edifying function of literature, the works of Thomas Mann and Goethe
Cohort Year: 2020
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Yun Ha Kim

Research Interests: Comparative Modernisms, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and its Writers, Visual Art.
Cohort Year: 2019
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David Kretz

Research Interests: philosophy of history, hermeneutics, translation theory, philosophical anthropology, modern social thought
Cohort Year: 2018
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Gina Marich

Research Interests: aesthetics and the philosophy of art; literary aestheticism; realism; the modern novel.
Cohort Year: 2018
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Peter Metzel

Research Interests: Early enlightenment poetry, Enlightenment thinking, development of semiotics since the 18th century
Cohort Year: 2017
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Nathan Modlin

Research Interests: Multilingualism, hermeneutics, film theory and criticism; German and Austrian-Jewish literature from the fin-de-siècle to the contemporary period.
Cohort Year: 2020
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Ella Wilhelm

Research Interests: Theories of secularization, the media theory of religion, narratology (especially formalism and structuralism), word and image studies, print culture, and dramaturgy.
Cohort Year: 2017
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Noah Zeldin

Research Interests: a. Modernism; Twentieth-Century German History; Critical Theory and Political Economy; culture, economy and politics of interwar Germany; sociology of art; ethnomusicology; quantitative approaches to textual analysis
Cohort Year: 2013