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Anita Galuschek

Anita Galuschek studied Philosophy and Ethnology at Heidelberg University with a major focus on Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Cognitive Ethnology and Memory Research. Her M.A. thesis deals with the “Christian Notion of Love in Relation to Friedrich Nietzsche and Max Scheler”. Since January 2012 she is PhD student at the Institute of Ethnology and the Department of Philosophy, Heidelberg University. Her PHD thesis concerns the personal motivation on recognition (cf. abstract). As a member of the Heidelberg Graduate School for Humanities and Social Studies (HGGS) Anita attended several interdisciplinary workshops and classes. Furthermore, she has given lectures in Philosophy of Emotions, Narrativity and Intercultural Communications at Heidelberg University. Since July 2012 she is research assistant at the Orient Institute for Intercultural Studies (OIS) at Heilbronn University with a major focus on Interculturality, diversity and Interdisciplinarity.


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