Mareike Lange

Mareike Lange

Graduate Assistant

Professional Summary

Mareike Lange, is currently a Ph.D. candidate and teaching assistant in German Studies at the University of Cincinnati. She finished her Master's thesis entitled: "Die männliche Herrschaft und die weibliche Lebensführung: Der vergeschlechtlichte Habitus in Arthur Schnitzlers Frau Berta Garlan“ in 2019. During her time as an undergraduate student in Education and Sociology at the University of Potsdam in Germany, she worked in an institution for children who need regulatory action from social services. She wrote assessments for the youth welfare office and was part of care planning discussions. Her research interests are in intellectual history, social history and theory, gender studies, and sociolinguistics, focusing on the writings of the Frankfurt School, Michel Foucault, Karl Marx, and Pierre Bourdieu.


Bachelor of Art: Universitaet Potsdam Germany, 2017 (Erziehungswissenschaft/Sociology)

Master of Arts : University of Cincinnati 2019 (Germanic Lang & Literature)

Positions and Work Experience

08-2018 -To Present GGSA Vice President and Faculty Liaison University of Cincinnati,

Courses Taught

-GRMN-1001 BASIC GERMAN 1 Level:Undergraduate

-GRMN-1002 BASIC GERMAN 2 Level:Undergraduate

-GRMN-1011- Extended Basic German I Level:Undergraduate

-GRMN-6021- Graduate Readings

-GRMN-2002 SECOND YR GERM 2 Level:Undergraduate

-GRMN-1012 EXT BASIC GERMAN 2 Level:Undergraduate


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