My doctoral thesis investigates Franz Kafka’s place within and contribution to the discourse on children and childhood around the turn of the twentieth century.
Apart from Modernism and its cultural history, I am especially interested in theories of the novel, literary nonfiction, and literary criticism. I occasionally practise the latter, too, working as a freelance journalist in Berlin.
‘Childhood, Pedagogy and Education’. In C. Duttlinger (Ed.), Franz Kafka in Context (Literature in Context, pp. 241-248). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.