UCL European & International Social & Political Studies


Mathis Gronau

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Teaching Assistant for ESPS0001

Section: History II

Office Hours: TBC
Location: 117 Foster Court

Personal Information

Mathis is a second-year PhD candidate at the UCL Centre for Multidisciplinary and Intercultural Inquiry in European Studies. His doctoral study focuses on a comparative experience and emotional history of the German diaspora in Great Britain and France during and after the First World War. In a broader sense, he is interested in German cultural history of the late 19th and early 20th century, as well as German linguistics. 
He holds an MA with distinction in Language, Culture and History: German Studies (UCL) as well as two BAs in Social Sciences and History (Ruhr-University Bochum). During his studies, he also spent a semester abroad at the history department of the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary.  

Mathis has volunteered as a translator for the Wiener Library and worked as a German studies teacher for the UCL Residential Summer School 2019 and at the German Department at UCL. Currently, he is undergoing the process of becoming an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.