Department of Political Science
Chair for Political Theory
She studied Political Science, French Philology and Anthropology at the Albert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg, and at Université Denis Diderot, Paris.
She graduated with a M.A. (with distinction) in 2010 and worked as a research assistant and a coordinator at the Department of Political Science in Freiburg. In 2011 she started her PhD on discourses of inherent constraints and the logic of "there is no alternative" and submitted her thesis in March 2015. From November 2011 until April 2015, she held a scholarship of the German National Academic Foundation. In April and May 2014, she was invited as a visiting fellow at the Centre des Ètudes européennes (CEE), Sciences Po, Paris. Since November 2014, she is a mentee in the program of LMU-Mentoring within the framework of "LMUexcellent".