Sina Schuhmaier is an Academic Staff Member and doctoral student at the chair of English Literary and Cultural Studies (A II). She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in English studies from the University of Heidelberg and studied one semester at the University of Nottingham. At the University of Mannheim, she completed the Master programme “Modern Literature, Media, and Culture” in 2017. In her PhD project, Sina Schuhmaier examines images of the English nation in song lyrics. Her research focuses on postcolonial theory, national identity, and nationalism. Besides her interest in the genre of song lyrics, Sina Schuhmaier studies contemporary British literature, TV-series, and popular culture. She has taught seminars on the works of Salman Rushdie, British song lyrics from the 1960s until today, and the ‘Condition of England’ genre.
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