Graduate Student, Carolina Duke Graduate Program in German Studies
-- Duke University
I am currently a fifth-year PhD student, and he is also completing the Duke Graduate Certificate Program in Feminist Studies, as well as the Certificate Program in College Teaching.
In my dissertation I engage with contemporary satirical narratives within Turkish German fiction, and the texts’ portrayal of Muslim masculinity. I am currently working on a chapter that investigates the potential of ethnic drag as a form of performative subversiveness.
Berlin, Hamburg, Bamberg: Expanding our Rivalrous Masculinities Network
-- Feb 15 2013
by Steffen Kaupp In January, I had the pleasure of visiting our current (University of Bamberg) and future (Humboldt University Berlin and University of Hamburg) overseas collaborators for Rivalrous... Read More
Thinking through Writing: An Update from the Rivalrous Masculinities Class
-- Oct 8 2012
by Steffen Kaupp What is masculinity? How has the perception and portrayal of masculinity changed over time? How have philosophers and other scholars theorized masculinity? In what ways is our... Read More