Graduate research fellows

Graduate research fellows

These graduate fellows are currently working on their projects within the Research Training Group:

NameSubjectThesis topic
Christian AldenhoffLawInformational privacy as a legal concept
Franz BergerLawCommunicative privacy in social networks - a constitutional analysis
Steffen BurkGerman LiteraturePrivate Art: Hermetisation and Sacralisation of Literature around 1900 
Anne DeremetzSociologyThe denormalization of privacy? The 'unconnected' subject in the digital age
Lukas EdelerContemporary History, History of Everyday LifePrivacy in the late-socialistic GDR between "Stasi" and dissidence - A Microstudy in Leipzig's opposition milieu.

Gustavo Gil GasiolaLawData protection in the digitalised public sector - A comparative study on the example of Germany and Brazil
Patrick HergetLawe-privacy in the digital internal market - successful reconciliation of interests between government, business and users?
Benjamin HeurichEducational ScienceThe quality of truth and legitimated expertise in the Web 3.0: a systems-theoretical approach to the dissolution of the Privacy Paradox
Hermann JakobiLawConstraints of private autonomy and data protection rights in the internet from the view of the Russian and German legislator
Jakob KelschMedia StudiesFamily rooms and family models in contemporary online series
Tatiana KlepikovaSlavic LiteratureLiterature Living Unnoticed: Repressive Provision of Private Space in Brezhnev's and Putin's Time
Raehyun LeeMedia ScienceMoral Hazards in the Online World:
Debates on the Proper Moral Value and Behavior from Comparative Studies
between Germany, the U.S. and South Korea
Alix MichellCultural StudiesPrivacy in the Model of Aesthetic Change in Contemporary Art
Miriam PiegsaMedia and Communication StudiesOrchestration of autobiographical recollection – privacy in attribution of authenticity for present-day ego-documentary war narratives
Lea RaabePolitical ScienceRadicalisation through privatization - Discourse analysis of digital subcommunities in the context of journalistic online formats
Elizaveta SaponchikLawData protection according to German and Russian law in the context of the current security policy debate
Martin ScheurerLawPlayfully self-determined. Legally compliant declarations of consent in times of ubiquitous digitization
Marcel SchlegelMedia ScienceThe meaning of opinion leaders and political influencers for opinion-forming processes in private and (semi)public communication
Manuela SixtLawWhistleblowing and privacy with a special focus on whistleblowing by civil servants
Felix SobalaLaw

The commitment to data modest products as protective mechanism for data safety in the context of digitalized everyday life

Kai Erik TrostMedia and Communication StudiesFriendship as private space: investigations into the digital daily life of adolescents
Lea WatzingerPhilosophy