Meet our team (A-Z)

Just like the colloquium itself, the organisational team brings together students from different fields and universities. Get to know the team, find out what we're interested in, and don’t hesitate to approach us at the colloquium (using "du" in German and "tu" in Romanian).
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Anna Cijevschi (Universität Regensburg)

I am responsible for the participation certificates, and, together with Johannes, for the flyers and the programme booklet.
My primary research interests include multilingualism and (critical) sociolinguistics.
I am currently writing my master’s thesis on communication without shared linguistic resources.
Feel free to contact me about the colloquium, common research interest or whatever else comes to your mind: anna.cijevschi@gmail.com

 

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Bianca Hepp (Universität Tübingen)

I am responsible for Public Relations at the colloquium.
My research interests include belongings, migration/mobility and remembrance.
I am a PhD Candidate at the Ludwig-Uhland-Institute for Cultural Anthropology (LUI) and the Coordinator of the Center for German History and Culture in Southeastern Europe (ZDGS).

Email: bianca-raffaela.hepp@uni-tuebingen.de

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Jana Stöxen (Universität Regensburg)

Here, I am responsible for the Call for Presentations and Workshops, the social programme and the keynote lectures. Otherwise, I am a PhD Candidate in Comparative European Ethnology (Vergleichende Kulturwissenschaft) at the University of Regensburg.
My research interests include migration and mobility, transnationalism, and social change from a cultural science perspective.

Email: jana.stoexen@gmx.de

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Johannes Nüßer (Universität Regensburg)

I study the master's programme in East European Studies at the University of Regensburg.
I am responsible for the flyer and the programme booklet and the evaluation at the colloquium.
My research interest include everyday history and youth movements and general history of Southeastern Europe in general and Romania especially.

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Jorina Fenner (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)

I am the initiator of the student colloquium which first took place in 2021.
This year I am responsible for the general organisation, the colloquium's technical side, and the social programme.
I am interested in conversations and collaborations on Sociolinguistics and events for young researchers.
Feel free to get in touch: anna.jorina.fenner@uni-jena.de

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Julian Paal (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)

 

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Lisa Marie Brinkmann (Universität Hamburg)

I am responsible for the Call for Presentations and Workshops and the final evaluation of the colloquium.
My research interests are linguistic contact, and didactics of Romance languages, especially foreign language motivation, language learning methods, and intercultural learning.

Email: lisa.marie.brinkmann@uni-hamburg.de

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Martina Gerdts (Universität Hamburg)

I am part of the responsible teams for the Call for Papers and the PR at the colloquium.
My research interests include syntax and semantics of adjectives, adverbs, and negation in Romance languages. You can also talk to me about non-binary inclusive language.
Feel free to contact me for more information, collaborations, or a nice talk via e-mail or have a look at my homepage.

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The Jena Team (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)

Our work is hugely supported by the Institute for Romance Languages, namely by Jun.-Prof. Valeska Bopp-Filimonov, Dr. Victoria Popovici and the secretariat run by Birgit Urtecho.

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Volunteers

We couldn’t do it without the help of our wonderful volunteers.

P.S.: If you would like to help us organize similar events in the future, don't hesitate to get in touch with anyone of us.

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