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populorumStefanie Populorum

Graduate Student

stefanie.populorum@rutgers.edu

15 Seminary Place, 4th Floor
College Avenue Campus
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901

 

Stefanie Populorum joined the department in Fall 2012 as a Craig Fellow.

 

Education:

Ph.D. student and fellow, German Studies, Rutgers University, 2012 to present

Graduate Certificate Program in Cinema Studies, Rutgers University, 2012 to present

M.A., with honors, German Language and Literature, University of Vienna, 2012

M.Sc., International Business Administration, Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2009

MIM, Master in International Management, CEMS, Aalto University School of Economics and Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2008

Work Experience:

Advanced Coordinator and Program Assistant, Rutgers and Duke in Berlin, 2013

Assistant to the Rector, Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2009-2012

Research Assistant on Positive Organizational Scholarship, Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2009-2011

Advisory board member for the book series exquisite corpse – writings on modernity, aesthetics and intermediality, Milena, 2009 - 2011

Teaching Assistant, Comparative Literature, University of Vienna, 2009-2010

Various other positions held in Higher Education, Consulting, Marketing and HR in Austria, Chile and Russia

Academic Interests:

Poetics of economic concepts
System theory in fiction
Political theories in literature, film and graphic novels
The Uncanny in literature and film
Weimar Culture

Publications

Stahl, Günter, Miska, Christof, Populorum, Stefanie: "Positive Organizational Scholarship": Ein neues Paradigma in der interkulturellen Managementforschung. In: Außenhandel im Wandel, ed. by Jonas F. Puck und Christoph Leitl, 319-330, Heidelberg: Physica

Conference Papers

„Die Chimäre der Produktion. Zur Figuration der Spekulation in Gustav Freytags Soll und Haben”, NeMLA Convention 2013, Boston, MA

Honors and Awards

Kade Foundation Grant for Summer Study Abroad, 2013 (Rutgers)

Charlotte M. Craig and Excellence Fellowships, 2012 (Rutgers)

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