Research projects

Current doctoral projects of the Research Training Group

Staging (In)Justice in Contemporary Arab and Western Theatre (WT)

Research: Meriam Bousselmi
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Annemarie Matzke

 

Between sociological “fact” and literary autofiction. Depictions and staging strategies of social advancement in the works of Pierre Bourdieu, Didier Eribon and Annie Ernaux.

Research: Salvatore Calabrese
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Toni Tholen

 

Inside choreography. Participative choreographic works in contemporary dance

Research: Dominika Cohn
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Annemarie Matzke

 

Interspecies Collaborations? Nature Relations in Musical Works.

Research: Jonas Dahm
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Matthias Rebstock

 

Aesthetic practices of nonsense

Research: Ludwig Drosch
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Rolf Elberfeld

 

Performing Politics. Political potentials within contemporary dance

Research: Hannah Franziska Feiler
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Andreas Hetzel

 

Organising the open: Or a praxis of limits. Aristotle – Marx – Poststructuralism – Postmarxism

Research: Franziska Ipfelkofer
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Andreas Hetzel

 

Doing gender as aesthetic practice in theatre education

Research: Laura Kallenbach
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Annemarie Matzke

 

Doing Body Politics - Uses of performative and aesthetic strategies in curatorial practices (WT)

Research: Hanne König
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Fiona McGovern

 

On the Audacity of Poetic Practice

Research: Theresa Mayer
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Dagmara Kraus

 

Whose canon? Autodidactic and decolonial critique as aesthetic practice using the example of Rasheed Araeen

Research: Florentine Muhry
Supervision:: Prof. Dr. Thomas Lange

 

Mediation of performance art as aesthetic practice

Research: Simon Niemann
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Jens Roselt

 

Design practice as an aesthetic practice in digital spaces (Working Title)

Research: Kerstin Rode
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Stefan Krankenhagen

 

Materiality and substance in synthetic images (completed)

Research: Carolin Scheler
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Thomas Lange

 

Situations of aesthetic-social negotiation – An ecological approach to reception practice

Research: Jens Fehrenbacher (née Schmidt)
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Matthias Rebstock

 

Every body: Pose! The pose as aesthetic practice

Research: Marie-Charlotte Simons
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Stefan Krankenhagen

 

The selfie as a form of aesthetic self-referentiality on Instagram (completed)

Research: Tobias Wittchen
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Michael Corsten

 

Studies on a Critical Theory of Aesthetic Practice

Research: Tanja Wischnewski
Supervision: Prof. Dr. Michael Corsten

 

Current postdoctoral projects of the Research Training Group

Polyphonic Performance: Non-hierarchical Working Methods and Dramaturgies of Diversity

Research: Dr. Simone Niehoff