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CV Christiane Schwab (English)

Education and degrees

  • 2012 Dr. phil., “summa cum laude”; Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Faculty of Cultural Studies, Department of European Ethnology
  • 2008 Magister Artium (MA); Ludwig Maximilian University, Faculty of Cultural Studies, Department of European Ethnology (evaluation of the MA thesis: “outstanding performance,” minor: Hispanic Literatures

Previous academic experience

  • since 2016 Ludwig Maximilian University, Department of European Ethnology: Research Group Leader
  • 2013-2016 Humboldt University, Berlin, Department of European Ethnology: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
  • 2016; 2014-2015 New York University, Remarque Institute & Center for International Research in the Humanities and the Social Sciences: Visiting Fellow
  • 2008-2013 Ludwig Maximilian University, Department of European Ethnology: Doctoral/Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Instructor (MA and BA courses)
  • 2010-2013 University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, Department of Cultural Management: Instructor in Cultural Studies (MA courses)
  • 2013 University of Tokyo, Department of Cultural Anthropology: Postdoctoral Research Fellow (06/2013-08/2013)
  • 2013 University of Seville, Department of Cultural Anthropology: Short-term stay with the ERASMUS teaching staff mobility programme (03/2013)
  • 2012; 2010 University of California, Berkeley, Department of German & Department of Spanish and Portuguese: Visiting Researcher (08-10/2012; 09-12/2010)

Fellowships

  • 2016 New York University, Remarque Institute: Visiting Fellowship (01-05/2016)
  • 2014 New York University, Center for International Research in the Humanities and the Social Sciences: Visiting Fellowship (03/2014 & 10/2014)
  • 2013 Humboldt University: Postdoctoral Fellowship (three-year research funding)
  • 2013 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Postdoctoral Fellowship for a two-month stay at the University of Tokyo
  • 2008 German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes): Dissertation Fellowship (three-year research funding)

Academic grants/awards

  • 2018 European Research Council: Starting Grant
  • 2016 German Research Foundation (DFG): Emmy Noether Grant
  • 2004-2015 Various travel grants for short-term research stays and conference travel: New York University, American Comparative Literature Association, Humboldt University, German Academic Exchange Service, German National Academic Foundation, Conseil Général des Alpes Maritimes
  • 2013 Various grants for publication funding: DFG (German Research Foundation), Geschwister Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation, Oskar Karl Forster Foundation
  • 2012 Best PhD Thesis Award, Ludwig Maximilian University, Faculty of Cultural Studies
  • 2012-2013 LMUMentoring of the Excellence Initiative to support the career of female academics: Mentee (travel grants, publication funding, continuing education)
  • 2008 Best MA Thesis Award, Ludwig Maximilian University, Department of European Ethnology
  • 2004-2005 Conseil Général des Alpes Maritimes: Foreign students’ grant for a ten-month stay at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis

Teaching activities

  • since 2016 Ludwig Maximilian University, Department of European Ethnology: MA courses and BA courses (e.g.: Cultural Media Studies, Political Anthropology, Anthropology of Knowledge)
  • 2013-2016 Humboldt University, Department of European Ethnology: MA and BA courses (e.g.: Political Pamphlets, Fairy Tales, Songs, and Travel Accounts: The Rise of Folkloristic Interest around 1800 in an Entangled Europe)
  • 2013 University of Seville, Department of Cultural Anthropology: Workshop for MA students – The City as an Object of Knowledge (in Spanish) (March 7)
  • 2010-2013 Ludwig Maximilian University, Department of European Ethnology: two MA courses, nine BA courses (e.g.: Cultural Theory, Historical Anthropology, Methods in European Ethnology, Cultural Tourism Studies), academic excursions to Seville (organizer) (2011) and Paris (co-organizer) (2009)
  • 2011-2013 University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, Department of Cultural Management: three MA courses (Introduction to Cultural Studies)

Organization of scientific meetings

  • 2019 Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Institute of European Ethnology and Cultural Analysis: Conference Dissecting Society III: Sketches of Manners, Genre Paintings, Social Novels. Nineteenth-Century Popular Genres as Ethnographic Formats – 28/06/2019 (organizer)
  • 2015 New York University, Center for International Research in the Humanities and the Social Sciences: Conference Dissecting Society: Periodical Literature and Social Observation (1830-1850) – 20/03/2015 (organizer with Ana Peñas Ruiz; opening and final speech)
  • 2016 New York University, Remarque Institute: Conference Dissecting Society II: Social Movement, Literature, Social Analysis – 15-16/04/2016 (organizer with Daniel Benson, French Department; opening speech)
  • 2015 New York University, Center for International Research in the Humanities and the Social Sciences: Conference Dissecting Society: Periodical Literature and Social Observation (1830-1850) – 20/03/2015 (organizer with Ana Peñas Ruiz; opening and final speech)