Lilean Maurice Buhl, M.A.

Lilean Maurice Buhl, M.A.
Lilean Maurice Buhl, M.A.
Position
Research Staff
LG American Studies

FOCUS POINTS IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING

Lilean Buhl is a PhD-student in American Studies and he is a member of the research project "Multiplication: Modernity, Mass Culture, Gender" (funded by the German Research Foundation). 

RESUME

  • Professional Career

    since June 2020
    Research Assistant and PhD Candidate in American Studies, Leibniz University Hannover, as part of the project "Multiplication: Modernity, Mass Culture, Gender in the United States, 1910-1933" (funded by the German Research Foundation)

    since November 2014
    Free journalist, Neue Presse Hannover, cultural section 

    January-March 2018:  
    Translator, Project Coordinator and German Language Expert at DefinedCrowd in Seattle, WA, USA. 

  • Education

    2016-2020 
    MA-Program: Advanced Anglophone Studies
    MA-Thesis: "Modernist Body Mechanisms: Physicality in Transatlantic Avantgardes, Cultural Critique, and Mass Entertainment."

    2017-2018
    Visiting Graduate Student in English Languages and Literatures at the University of Washington Graduate School, Seattle, WA, USA

    2013-2016
    BA-Program: English and Philosophy 
    BA-Thesis: "Objectivity and Autobiography - Joe Sacco's Comic Journalism." 

  • Scholarships and Awards

    2018/19
    Niedersachsenstipendium (scholarship from the state of Lower Saxony)

    2017
    Presidential Award of the Leibniz University Hannover for exceptional achievements in the bachelor's thesis and overall performance 

    2017/18
    Fulbright Scholarship 

    Juli-August 2015
    Fulbright American Studies Summer Session at Humboldt University Berlin 

    2013-2014
    Deutschlandstipendium (German Scholarship)