BIOGRAPHY & PUBLICATIONS


Born 1984 in Szczecin, Poland

 

Education

2006 - 2011 - Master of Arts (M.A.) in European Ethnology, Art History and Political Science, Humboldt University of Berlin and Free University Berlin, Germany

2005 - 2006 - Exchange studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2003-2005 - European Ethnology, Art History and Political Science, Philipps University Marburg, Germany

 

Work Experience

2013 -Theodor-Heuss-Kolleg, Berlin Free Lance Trainer, Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin,  Project Coordinator

2012-2013 - Community Volunteers Foundation (TOG), İstanbul, Volunteer

2011-2013 - Depoİstanbul, Project and Research assistant

2012 - Açık Radyo, İstanbul, Editor

2009 - August Bebel Institut, Berlin, Coordinator of a conference Civil societies in Berlin and Istanbul

2008 - ongoing - Free Lance Researcher and Coordinator for several for projects in the visual arts and theatre in Berlin and İstanbul

2008 - International Campaign for Tibet e.V., Berlin, Fundraiser and PR worker

2007-2008 - Department for Political Science, Free University, Berlin, Student research assistant

2004 - Museum of Applied Arts, Frankfurt am Main, Internship

 

Awards/Grants

2011 - Scholarship by the Network Migration in Europe for a Summer School concerning “Migration in Museums”

2010 - Promos scholarship programme by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

2009 - Turkish language scholarship by the European Council


Publications

  • „Avrupalılaştırabildiklerimizdenmisiniz? Constructing European identity in the face of its Other” In: Correspondence from Eyjafjallajökull: MOUNTAIN  ISLAND  GLACIER, Broken Dimanche Press, Madrid und Berlin 2011, hrsg. von Regina de Miguel und Lorenzo Sandoval.
  •  „Not as Colourful as Ukrainian Villages, but Nearly as Lively as Hanoi“ In: You Are Here, Broken Dimanche Press, Berlin, 2009, hrsg. von John Holten und Line Madsen Simenstad.
  • “Marcuse entfällt” In: Berliner Blätter. Ethnographische und ethnologische Beiträge, Bd. 48, 2008, hrsg. von Falk Blask und Thomas Friedrich. (gemeinsam mit Janna Schlender)