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Julia Nina Baumann

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Doktorandin / PhD candidate (Prof. Dr. Thomas Stodulka)

PhD Project: "Manouvering in Academic Cultures: The Ethnographer’s Emotional Labor in Greedy Institutions"

Scholarship holder by Hans-Böckler-Stiftung-

Research Focus
Emotion and Affect
Science Studies
Psychological Anthropology
Engaged and Activist Anthropology
Refugee and Migration Studies,
Transnationalism and Citizenship and Critical border studies
Public Anthropology
Anthropology of Space and Place
Anthropology of Work
Forschungssupervisionen/Research Supervision – Academic Peer Support

Regional Focus:
Academic and Emotional Cultures in Europa and USA,
Migratory Contexts in Middle East (Israel/Palestine) and Germany

Academic Qualifications
Since Sept. 2020 PhD Scholarship Holder at Hans-Böckler-Stiftung (HBS)
Since 2019 PhD-Project „Manouvering in Academic Cultures: The Ethnographer’s Emotional Labor in Greedy Institutions“ (Working Title)
2016-2019 Master Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin
2011-2014 Bachelor Social and Cultural Anthropology/Ethnology and History, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Awards:
2019 Förderpreis der Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Brandenburg 2019 für „ZwischenWelten in einer verlorenen Zeit“: Raumbezogenes World-making von Geflüchteten in der strukturellen Peripherisierung in Übergangswohnheimen im ländlichen Brandenburg – eine aktivistische Ethnografie (https://brandenburg.rosalux.de/publikation/id/41554/zwischenwelten-in-einer-verlorenen-zeit/)

Memberships
2017- Member, German Anthropological Association
2019- Member, Working Group Public Anthropology, subsection of the German Anthropological Association
2019/2020 – Member, European Network for Psychological Anthropology (ENPA) and it´s Junior Faculty
2020- Member, European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA)

Teaching

2017-2019: TA at Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin (BA Seminars, „Anthropology of Religion“ and „Social structure, economy and politics“) .

Currently:

PhD Project: „Manouvering in Academic Cultures: The Ethnographer’s Emotional Labor in Greedy Institutions“ (Working title) (Supervisor: Prof. Thomas Stodulka), founded by Hans-Böckler-Stiftung

My PhD research project investigates the emotional experiences of ethnographers in academic work environments. The project is financially supported by the Hans Böckler Foundation (HBS). The following research questions shall be adressed: How and under which (emotional, affective and structural) conditions does ethnographic knowledge emerge? What emotions do ethnographers experience in their work and how do they cope with them? What role does the academic regime of "rationalized" emotion play and how is academic work institutionally structured? What role do experiences of discrimination, psychological conditions and "work-life balances" play? How do institutes, universities and the scientific community influence personal lifestyles and research or emotional experiences and how do researchers influence their "scientific culture"? Are experiences of ethnographers in different contexts/with different backgrounds similar or are they culturally or individually shaped? I will conduct ethnographic fieldwork, on the basis of qualitative and quantitative methods in the form of a mixed method design. The methodological part of the survey includes participant observation, narrative and semi-structured interviews (oral and written), emotion diaries, artistic forms of data collection, such as mapping and photo voice, as well as quantitative surveys.

Completed Reserach Projects:

2015-2019 „Gesellschaftliche Teilhabe, place/space-making von Geflüchteten im ländlichen Raum Brandenburgs“, Berlin/Brandenburg.

2013 „Afrikanische Flüchtlinge in Israel“, Tel Aviv, Israel

2013: Research Project „Oral History with Holocaust Survivers/Survivors of KZ Dachau“, in cooperation with Gasteig, München, LMU and Max-Mannheimer-Studienzentrum Dachau, München/Dachau.

 

Publications: Content:
Books
Articles, Working Papers
Academic Blog Articles
Handreichungen und Policy Papers
Selected Papers, Presentations and Panels at Academic Conferences
Audiovisual Productions


Books

2019

Articles, Working Papers

2019

  • „‚Captives of a Lost Time’ – Space-Making in the Everyday Life of Refugees in Germany’s Rural Areas“, in: E. Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger et al. (Hg.). Thematic Papers Based on the Conference “Migration, Social Transformation, and Education for Democratic Citizenship”, Duisburg: University of Duisburg-Essen, 43-57.

 2014

  • „Eindringlinge im Heiligen Land – Vom Leben afrikanischer, nichtjüdischer Flüchtlinge in Israel“, in: Martin Sökefeld und Miriam Ince (Hg.): Forschungsjournal 2013. Studentische Feldforschungen am Institut für Ethnologie. München 2014.
  •  Israel – Kultur(en) der Migration. Sudanesische Flüchtlinge in und um Tel Aviv, in: E. Dürr et al. (Hg.): Studien aus dem Münchner Institut für Ethnologie, online Publikation: https://www.ethnologie.uni-muenchen.de/forschung/publikationen/studien/9_baumann_israel.pdf  

 

Academic Blog Articles

2021

2020 

2018

 

Handreichungen und Policy Papers

   2020

 

Selected Papers, Presentations and Panels at Academic Conferences:

2021

  • With Laura Thurmann: Panel „Creating safer spaces: Navigating the Impacts of Sexualized Violence in Academic Settings”, The first Biennial Conference of the European Network for Psychological Anthropology (ENPA), 1–3 June 2021, onlne: „Mind Embedded and Embodied – Futures of Psychological Anthropology“

2019

  • Tagung für junge Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler „Einwanderung und Einwanderungspolitik im internationalen Vergleich“, 2.-3.05.19, Münster: „Being “captive of a lost time” – Dealing with mechanisms of (spatial) peripheralization in refugees’ everyday lives in Brandenburg’s rural areas“ (Panel: „Zusammenleben in der Einwanderungsgesellschaft“).
  • 16th annual IMISCOE conference, “Understanding International Migration in the 21st Century: Conceptual and Methodological Approaches”, 26.-28.06.19, 2019), Malmö: “´Captives of a lost time´ – mechanisms of peripheralization and resistance in refugees’ everyday lives in rural areas” (Panel: Post-2015 refugees in Germany: “Culture of welcome”, solidarity, or exclusion?, Miriam Schader/Zeynep Yanasmayan).
  • Conference Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie (DGSKA) 2019, „Das Ende der Aushandlungen?“, 29. 09. - 2. 10.19, Konstanz: „Coping with Reality – towards a politicized Anthropology/Die Bewältigung der Realität – der Weg zu einer politisierten Anthropologie“ (Panel: "Notwendige Positionen und politische Praxis in der Ethnologie", Magnus Treiber).

2018

  • Zweite Konferenz des Netzwerks Fluchtforschung, 4.-6. Oktober 2018, Eichstätt: „´Engaged Anthropology´ als methodologische Selbstverortungen einer politischen Anthropologie – eine Methodenkritik mit Beispielen aus der Praxis“ (Konferenz Netzwerk Flüchtlingsforschung, Panel 4.2. Die Lebenssituationen und Perspektiven nach Deutschland geflüchteter Menschen erforschen: Ethische und methodische Überlegungen, Judith Vey/Madeleine Sauer).
  • INZENTIM & EARLI-SIG 13 CONFERENCE 2018: “Migration, Social Transformation, and Education for Democratic Citizenship“, 27.-29.09.18, Essen: “From an excessive Desire for Integration to the Frustration of Desires: The lack of Possibilities for a refugee ́s social Embeddedness in Brandenburg ́s (Germany) rural Areas – an Ethnography (Panel: Pitfalls and Challenges of Integration).

 

2019

ZwischenWelten in einer verlorenen Zeit“. World-making von Geflüchtetenin struktureller Peripherisierung – eine aktivistische Ethnografie.  Potsdam: WeltTrends, 2019. - 163 S.;  ISBN: 978-3-947802-46-3;  URL: http://welttrends.de/zwischenwelten-in-einer-verlorenen-zeit/

‘Captives of a Lost Time’ – Space-Making in the Everyday Life of Refugees in Germany’s Rural Areas, in: E. Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger et al. (Hg.). Thematic Papers Based on the Conference “Migration, Social Transformation, and Education for Democratic Citizenship”, Duisburg: University of Duisburg-Essen, 43-57.

2018

Salsa y control – attaque de nervios in between any categorization? Anthropological Thoughts on Culture Bound Syndromes and Classificatory Systems like DSM-V”, in:[anthro]metronom - witnessing psy realms.

2014

„Eindringlinge im Heiligen Land – Vom Leben afrikanischer, nichtjüdischer Flüchtlinge in Israel“, in: Martin Sökefeld und Miriam Ince (Hg.): Forschungsjournal 2013. Studentische Feldforschungen am Institut für Ethnologie. München 2014.

 Israel – Kultur(en) der Migration. Sudanesische Flüchtlinge in und um Tel Aviv, in: E. Dürr et al. (Hg.): Studien aus dem Münchner Institut für Ethnologie, online Publikation: https://www.ethnologie.uni-muenchen.de/forschung/publikationen/studien/9_baumann_israel.pdf

 

Audiovisual Productions

 

BGSMCS
Berlin Southern Theory Lecture