Anna-Lena Glesinski, M.A.



Main Research



Postcolonial ecocriticism in Latin American literature and literary criticism (Spanish/ Portuguese), Mexican literature


Academic Education and Job History



9/2014-12/2015 Graduate student assistant, Emmy Noether Research Group “Text, Image, Performance”, funded by the German Research Foundation; Department of History, section of Global History, University of Hamburg

10/2012-09/2015 Master of Arts in Romance Literatures (Spanish/Portuguese), University of Hamburg

Master thesis „Das Wort des Waldes – postkoloniale Ökokritik in der Lateinamerikanischen Literatur“ (including a comparative discourse analysis of Darcy Ribeiros Maíra (1976) and Luis Sepúlvedas El viejo que leía novelas de amor (1989)

10/2008-03/2012 Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Philology and Latin American Studies, University of Hamburg

 

Research and Studies Abroad



02/2013-09/2013 Maestría en Literaturas Comparadas, University of Guadalajara (Mexiko)

 

Scholarship



2013 DAAD full scholarship for studies abroad in Mexico (ISAP)

 

Publications



12/2015 Online Bibliography „Lateinamerikas Zivilgesellschaft zwischen wirtschaftlicher Entwicklung und ökologischen Konflikten - Civil Society in Latin America between economic development and ecological conflicts“, GIGA dok-line Lateinamerika 2015/3, German Institute of Global and Area Studies (Hamburg)

 

Teaching



04/2014-07/2015 Graduate student assistant for the course "Introduction to Spanish Literature", University of Hamburg

 

Contact



Universität Hamburg

Fakultät Geisteswissenschaften
Fachbereich Geschichte

Von-Melle-Park 6
20146 Hamburg

Tel.: 040 / 42838 2690