Sabrina Vetter studied English and American Studies at the Goethe-University, Frankfurt a.M. She graduated in 2011 with her M.A.-thesis titled "The Riot Grrrl Movement", dealing with feminism and gender performativity in the American music scene of the early 90s. Since 2013, she is a PhD candidate at the Goethe-University. Her project is concerned with concepts of erotica and pornography in Anglophone literature, film and art.
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Gender studies, English and American literary and cultural studies, Anglophone literature, film and art.
"Love, Sex and the Construction of Gender in Contemporary Literature". WS 12/13. Technische Universität Darmstadt.
EACLALS (European Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies), GRADE (Goethe Graduate Academy)
"The Aesthetic Obscene: Medium, Power and the Aesthetics of Pornography and Erotica in a Globalized World" (Supervisor: PD Dr. Sissy Helff)
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