Julia Sattler

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Contact Information

Julia Sattler

Responsibilities/Research Interests

  • Amerikanistik, American Studies
    • Urban Cultural Studies, Poetry and Poetry in Translation, Literature and Culture of the American South, African American Studies, (Inter)Cultural Education, Literature and Contextual Family Therapy
  • Austausch
  • Administration, Supervision and Coordination
    • coordinator of the "Berufsfeldpraktikum" (LABG 2009)
      • Before you contact me about your Berufsfeldpraktikum, please kindly inform yourself about the general procedures here.
  • Academic Exchange, Incoming and Outgoing
    • I am the advisor for incoming and outgoing students from and to Bilkent University [1] as well as Karadeniz Teknik University [2]

Office Hours



Courses in the SS 20

Courses in Past Semesters

  • A list of courses in past semesters can be found here.

Research Projects

  • "Whitman's Daughters: Female Poets responding to Walt Whitman" (Working Title)
  • "'This possible city': Detroit Poetry and Radical Urban Transformation" (Working Title)
  • Postdoctoral Research Project (ongoing): "Ruhr/Detroit: Urban Planning and American Cultural Studies"--Research Project in the Framework of the Mercur-Project "Spaces--Communities--Representations: Urban Transformations in the USA" (funded by the MERCATOR Foundation)
  • Doctoral Project (abgeschlossen): "Family Secrets: Roots, Memory and Mixed Race Heritage in the Contemporary United States"