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PhD Students in the Section

Current PhD students

Name College Research Topic Supervisor
Jonathan Ball Jesus   Dr Charlotte Lee
Frey Kalus St Catharine's   Dr Lucia Ruprecht
Phyllis Köhler Jesus   Dr Charlotte Woodford
Eloise Richardson Girton   Prof Andrew Webber
Philip Ben Craik Jesus   Dr Martin Ruehl
Alexander Gebhard Trinity   Dr Martin Ruehl
Frederick Haucke Jesus   Dr Martin Ruehl
Amy Ainsworth Jesus The demonic and spatiality in German-language Modernism Dr Charlotte Woodford
Francesco Albé Jesus Queer (Dis)locations: Klaus Mann adn Weimar Homosexual Emancipation Literature Prof Andrew Webber
Dimitrios Antoniou Wolfson Friedrich Nietzsche and the Politics of the Good European Dr Martin Ruehl
Robert Britten Christ's Concepts of realism in the work of Bertolt Brecht Dr Charlotte Lee
Catriona Corke Newnham The phenomenon of left-wing political violence in West Germany after 1968 Prof Sarah Colvin
Thomas Crew St Edmund's Visions of Dystopia in German Literature, 1909-57 Dr Martin Ruehl
Lauren Dooley Downing The Translingual Turn in Contemporary German Literature Dr Godela Weiss-Sussex
Denise Henschel Jesus New Forms of Kinship in Contemporary German Culture Dr Leila Mukhida
Lotte Hondebrink Jesus The Relational Self in Post-Kantian German Philosophy: A Feminist Perspective Dr Martin Ruehl
Melina Mandelbaum King's

The Fictional Bürger: Citizenship in the German Novel

Prof Sarah Colvin
Syamala Roberts Jesus Conceptions of hearing in German modernist writing Dr Lucia Ruprecht
Daniella Schütze Jesus Fassbinder's cinema of provocation: getting the viewer to 'think' and 'feel' Dr Martin Ruehl
Miriam Schwarz Jesus Women's Friendships in Contemporary German and Anglophone Literature Prof Sarah Colvin
Kathrin Wunderlich Churchill Germany goes forth (again). German literature, identity and memory in the nexus of Vergangenheitsbewältigung and foreign policy ‘normalisation’ after 1999. Prof Sarah Colvin