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Dr Tessa Hauswedell

Dr Tessa Hauswedell

Lecturer (Teaching)

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Faculty of Arts & Humanities

Joined UCL
1st Nov 2013

Research summary

Tessa Hauswedell works at the intersection between cultural history and literature. She specializes in 20th and 21st-century European culture and thought and the history of European integration from a political and cultural perspective. Her interest in literature focuses on 21st-century Anglophone and transnational literature.

Teaching summary

I teach and contribute to a wide range of modules on European history and thought as well as to modules on contemporary Europe, dealing with themes such as multiculturalism, nationalism, and migration. On the postgraduate level, I contribute to the MA in European Culture and Thought, European Studies, and the Comparative Literature Programme. 

Undergraduate:

ELCS0038 Aspects of European Thought

ELCS0018 Language and Ideology

ELCS0032 Nationalism and Ethnicity

ELCS0005 Transnational Migration

ELCS0038 Aspects of European Thought

ELCS0045 Post-Conflict Heritage

DUTC0008 Multiculturalism and Identity

Postgraduate:

CMII0031 Topics in Cultural Studies: The City

CMII0034 Questions of European Integration

CMII0195 Social Theory II

CMII0169 Comparative Literary Studies

 

Education

University College London
Other Postgraduate qualification (including professional), ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow | 2019

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