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Mariam Muwanga M.Ed.

Anglistik

E-Mail: m.muwanga{at}uni-wuppertal.de

 

 

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Education

since 10/2014: Ph.D candidate, University of  Wuppertal

2012–2014: M.Ed. (English & German), University of Wuppertal

2007–2011: B.A (English/American and German Philology), University of Wuppertal

2001–2005: B.A Ed. (German & Geography), Makerere University Kampala

 

Scholarships and Awards:

2016 - 2018: Graduate fellowship, Friedrich Ebert Foundation

2015: Cash-prize for dedicated voluntary services by an international PhD student, Center for Graduate Studies  

2012 – 2014: Postgraduate scholarship, Friedrich Ebert Foundation

2010 – 2011: Undergraduate scholarship, Studienstiftung: University of Wuppertal

09/2004: DAAD Grant for cultural exchange programme with the University of Mainz 

2001–2004: State-funded undergraduate grant, Makerere University Kampala

 

Teaching

Introduction to Literary Studies (WiSe 2019/20)

Introduction to English Literary Studies (SoSe 2019)

Multicultural Britain: The Windrush Generation (SoSe 2019)

The African diaspora on YouTube (Summer School, Univ. of Frankfurt, WiSe 2017)

Workshop: Project and Time Management for PhDs (INP-HB: Yamoussoukro, Corte d’Ivoire, SoSe 2019)

 

Research interests:

         Literatures of the African Diaspora (esp. from Europe/ USA/ The Caribbean)

         ‘African’ Literature (esp. from Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria)

         Film and Media Studies

         Critical Theory

         Digital Storytelling

 

 

Titel und Abstract des Dissertationsprojekts

 

“Modelling the African Diaspora: Representations of Diasporic Blackness in (Black) British Fiction” – Adviser: Prof. Dr. Roy Sommer, University of Wuppertal

 

 

 

Vortragstätigkeit

Conference talks and guest lectures:

“Black Europe: The Relevance of Diaspora Literature in 21st Century Europe.” Transformative Wissenschaften – Eine Notwendigkeit in Zeiten gesellschaftlicher Umbrüche? Scholarship-Holder Seminar organised by the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation. Akademie Frankenwarte Würzburg, Germany. September 2019.

 

“The Chronotope and ‘Victim’ Diaspora: Time and Space in Fictions of/about Windrush.” 9. Graduiertensymposium: Current Trajectories in Narrative Research. Wuppertal, Germany. September, 2019.

 

“Narrative Representations of Black Diasporic Experience(s) in Small Island.” Centre D’Eseignement et de Recherche en Ètudes Postcoloniales. University of Liége, Belgium. April 2019.  

 

“Intersectionality and Diasporic Blackness: Amplifying Connectedness of Afroeuropean Experiences on Youtube.” Afroeuropeans VI: Black Cultures and Identities in Europe, 6th Biennial Conference. Tampere, Finland. July 2017

 

“Modelling the African Diaspora: Representations of Blackness in Black British Narratives.” 7. Graduiertenforum Narratologie: Narrative Formen der Sinnstiftung: Möglichkeiten fiktionaler und faktualer Erzählungen. Wuppertal, Germany. November, 2016.

 

“Narrative Representations of Blackness/Black Experience in Britain.” Platform for Postcolonial Readings: Interrogating the Postcolonial Paradigm. Brussels, Belgium. February, 2016.

 

“Modelling the African Diaspora: Narrative Representations of Black Experience in Britain.” 6. Graduiertenforum Narratologie: Quo vadis Narratologia? Perspektiven und Grenzen erzähltheoretischer Ansätze. Wuppertal, Germany. September, 2015.

 

Identitäts- und Genderkonstruktionen in der Web-Serie An African City.” Chabos wissen wer der Babo ist – Eine Auseinandersetzung mit Identifikationen und kultureller Hybridität. Düsseldorf, Germany. December, 2014.  

 

 

Publikationen

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Sonstige wissenschaftliche Aktivitäten/Mitgliedschaften

Memberships:

   Gesellschaft für Anglophone und Postkoloniale Studien (GAPS)

   The European Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (EACLAS)

   European Narratology Network (ENN)

    Zentrum für Erzählforschung (ZEF), Bergische Universität Wuppertal