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Anja Michaelsen

Anja Sunhyun Michaelsen has studied German Literature and Gender Studies (MA) at the University of Cologne, Humboldt-University Berlin, and McGill University, Montreal. She holds a PhD in Media Studies from Ruhr-University Bochum. Until April 2018 she was a researcher and lecturer at the Media Studies department as well as in the Gender Studies program in Bochum where she also served as co-editor of the online journal kultur & geschlecht. Currently on leave she will take up a postdoctoral fellowship at the ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry in September 2018 with a project on postmigrant film and video art as inofficial archive and sensory tool for racialized violence, derealization and social death.
Latest publications include: Kippbilder der Familie. Ambivalenz und Sentimentalität moderner Adoption in Film und Video. Bielefeld: transcript 2017; Ein Erbe gespenstischer Normalität. Postmigrantisches und multidirektionales Erinnern in Filmen von Sohrab Shahid Saless, Hito Steyerl und Ayşe Polat, in: Tanja Thomas, Elke Grittmann, Lina Brink, Kaya de Wolff (ed.): Anerkennung und Sichtbarkeit. Perspektiven für eine kritische Medienkulturforschung. Bielefeld: transcript 2017, 105-120 (with Maja Figge); Medien und Körper: Ansätze der medienwissenschaftlichen Geschlechterforschung, in: Beate Kortendiek, Katja Sabisch, Birgit Riegraft (ed.): Handbuch Interdisziplinäre Geschlechterforschung. Wiesbaden: Springer 2017, 1-10. Feeling commonly different: The It Gets Better Project as an unlikely intimate public of LGBT peers, in: Emotion, Space and Society. Special Issue: Feeling Differently. Beate Binder, Benno Gammerl, Joachim C. Häberlen, Jan Simon Hutta, Monique Scheer (ed.), 25 (2017), 144-149.
 

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