Former graduate fellows

Former graduate fellows

Below is a list of former graduate fellows of the Research Training Group and their thesis titles.

NameSubjectThesis topic
Dr. Eva BeyversLawAccess to Personal Data in Social Online Networks – Conflicts of Data Protection Law and their Impact on the Informational Privacy of Users
Steffen BurkGerman LiteraturePrivate Art. Hermeticization and sacralization of literature around 1900
Simon Garnett
Political ScienceThe political semantics of informational privacy in the Federal Republic of Germany 1970-1990
Dr. Paula HelmAnthropologyAnonymity and Autonomy – an Ethnography of Addiction-Recovery
Dr. Martin HennigMedia and Communication StudiesPlaying Privacy: Conceptions of privacy, modellings, and intrusions as an attractive view of the world in modern video games 

Dr. Matthias Herz

Media and Communication StudiesReality, published in private: Staging privacy in German Reality TV shows
Benjamin HeurichEducational ScienceThe quality of truth and legitimate expertise in web 3.0. A constructivist approach to resolving the privacy paradox
Carmen KeckeisSociologyLocal privacy: a sociological analysis of constructions of personal privacy with regard to the negotiations of demarcation
Tatiana KlepikovaSlavic Literary Studies"Private" Sides of a "Public" State: Literature, the State and the Private Sphere in Late Soviet and Contemporary Russia
Steffi KrauseMedia and Communication StudiesLove and Family in Contemporary German Film: On the Current Practices of Representing Traditionally Intimate and Private Spheres –in the Media
Dr. Julia-Maria MönigPhilosophyPrivacy in Hannah Arendt’s Political Philosophy: from ‘oikos’ to Cyberspace
Miriam PiegsaMedia and Communication StudiesStaging autobiographical memory - the private in the attribution of authenticity to ego-documentary war narratives of the present day
Florian PüschelMedia and Communication StudiesPrivacy in times of disappearing yet ubiquitous computers – a systems-theoretical analysis of data-based self-monitoring of society 
Dr. Barbara SandfuchsLawCoercing Online Privacy: Prevention of Divulgement of Information on the Internet under German and US Constitutional Laws
Anastasia SitteLawThe protection of the privacy of public figures against unwanted media coverage: a comparative study of German and Russian Law
Manuela SixtLawWhistleblowing and privacy with special emphasis on whistleblowing for civil servants
Dr. Lukas StröbelLawThe Pillory Effect on the Internet – Forced Publicity
Kai Erik TrostMedia and Communication StudiesFriendship as private space; investigations into the digital daily life of adolescents