Hanna E. Schumacher
Teaching Fellow in German Studies
50 George Square
- Post code
- EH8 9LH
Hanna did her undergrad in Germany, at the University of Trier. She studied German Studies, Cultural Anthropology and Hispanic Studies, finishing with a Magistra Artium degree in 2012. Shortly afterwards, she joined the University of Warwick for her PhD project, entitled: "Zur Verhandlung der Conditio Posthumana in der zeitgenössischen deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur - Gesellschaftskonstitution, Subjektivitätsentwicklung und Kunst". She was awarded the doctorate in early 2019, and subsquently decided to become a Teaching Fellow after having enjoyed teaching for the universities of Warwick and Aston between 2018 and 2019.
Magistra Artium 2012, University of Trier
PhD in German Studies 2019, University of Warwick
Hanna will be teaching language classes catering to all years, concentrating on German 1B and oral classes for all years.
She is particularly interested in Critical Theory in the tradition of the Frankfurt School, the emergence of a Critical Posthumanism in the German context and the overlaps between these two theoretical concepts and how they relate to narratives of the future and of futurity in contemporary German fiction. Further interests include: Literary Antisemitism (1900s till present), modern German-Jewish writing, feminist theory, ecocriticism, Science and Speculative Fiction, literatures of migration...