Ramona Mosse

Literaturwissenschaftlerin

1996-2000 Studium der Literaturwissenschaften, Philosophie und Altphilologie an der Edinburgh University, GB.

2000-2002 MA in Germanistik, Columbia University, New York.

2002-2003 Stipendiatin am University College London, UK: University College London Graduate Research Scholarship.

2003-2004 MPhil in Literaturwissenschaften, Columbia University, New York.

Seit 04/2004 PEN American Center New York, USA.

Mitarbeit Kultur- und Festivalprogramme.

Seit 6/2004 Doktorarbeit in vergleichender Literatur- und Theaterwissenschaft an der Columbia University, New York. Thema: From the Horrible to the Impossible; Tragedy and Utopia in modern political theatre; Akademische Betreuung: Professor Martin Puchner, Professor Andreas Huyssen und Professor Julie Peters.

Auszeichnungen:

1999 Arranmore Travel Grant, Edinburgh University, UK
2000-2005 James van Dyke Fellowship, Columbia University, New York, USA
2002-2003 Graduate Research Scholarship, University College London, UK
2004 Stern Summer Research Award, Columbia University, New York, USA
2005/2006 GSAS Fellow, Columbia University, New York, USA


Literary scholar.

1996-2000 Studied Literary Studies, Philosophy and Classics at Edinburgh University, UK.

2000-2002 received a MA in German from Columbia University, New York.

2002-2003 Scholarship holder at University College London, UK: University College London Graduate Research Scholarship.

2003-2004 was a MPhil in Literary Studies, Columbia University, New York.

Since 04/2004 worked at the PEN American Center New York, USA.

Collaboration on the cultural and festival programs.

Since 6/2004 wrote a doctoral thesis in comparative literature and Theater Studies at Columbia University, New York. Topic: From the Horrible to the Impossible; Tragedy and Utopia in modern political theater; Academic supervision: Professor Martin Puchner, Professor Andreas Huyssen and Professor Julie Peters.

Awards:

1999 Arranmore Travel Grant, Edinburgh University, UK

2000-2005 James van Dyke Fellowship, Columbia University, New York, USA

2002-2003 Graduate Research Scholarship, University College London, UK

2004 Stern Summer Research Award, Columbia University, New York, USA

2005/2006 GSAS Fellow, Columbia University, New York, USA

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