Arbeitsschwerpunkte

Qualifikationsarbeiten

  • Black Canadas: Constructions and Representations of Blackness in Halifax, Montreal, Toronto 1960-1990
 

Studium

2012 PhD Student at the University of Cologne Institute of Anglo-American History.
2007-2012 University of Cologne Master Degree in Anglo-American History, African Studies, and English Studies.

beruflicher Werdegang

2014-2015 Winter term, Introductory Seminar: „Doing Postcolonial and Gender ind Black Canada: An Introduction“, Gestik-Gender Studies Institute, University of Köln.
2009-2013 University of Cologne, Institute of Anglo-American History Tutor: Introduction to Post-Colonial Studies, Introduction to North American History, Student Assistant at the Institute of Anglo-American History.
2006-2010 Organization of Pro-Seminars: Winter Term 2009/2010 „Britische Seefahrtsgeschichte“, Winter Term 2007/2008 „The Virgin Queen and the Atlantic“ – Die Ursprünge der Englischen Expansion im ausgehenden 16. Jahrhundert.

 

Aren’t I a Woman: Africville Women
im Rahmen der Black Canadian Studies Association 2015 Conference, Halifax/Nova Scotia, 24.05.2015

Black Canada: „We are rooted here“
im Rahmen der 61st Annual Conference of Japan Black Studies Association (JBSA), Kyoto, 28.06.2015