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Sakina Gröppmaier

Sakina Shakil Gröppmaier, M.A.

Research Associate


Schellingstrasse 3 / VG
80799 München

Raum: 410
Telefon: +49-89-2180-4017

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Public Discourses, Transnational Studies, Media Studies, Contemporary and Conceptual History


PhD Student - Territoriality and Contemporary Pamphleteering
ERC Starting Grant: “The Arts of Autonomy: Pamphleteering, Popular Philology, and the Public Sphere, 1988-2018”

Select Publications

“Critical Tendencies and the Production of Knowledge: Contention, Coalition, and
Antagonism in the Digital Public Sphere,” History of Intellectual Culture International Yearbook of Knowledge and Society 1. Edited by Charlotte A. Lerg, Johan Östling, and Jana Weiß. De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2022, pp. 175-199.

“Why Political Pamphlets Still Matter.” Public Seminar, October 12, 2022,

“Polemics and the Politics of Rebuilding: Race and the Reterritorialization of Post-Katrina
New Orleans.” In Perspectives on Homelessness – American Studies, A Monograph Series, Volume 314. Universitätsverlag Winter, 2022, pp. 97-115.

"Democracy and Truth: A Short History by Sophia Rosenfeld (A Book Review)." Review of
International American Studies 13 (Fall-Winter 2020): 209-213.

Where My Girls At? Writings on Contemporary Feminist Art (with Megan Bosence, Bärbel
Harju, and Amelie Stark). University Library of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, 2021. DOI: 10.5282/ubm/epub.74046

Select Talks

“De-Rationalizing the Public Sphere: Subpublics of Brexit and the Repositioning of
‘Truth’.” The Public Sphere in Agony – Re-thinking the Dialogical, Performative Assembly, and Civic Culture. Research School "Dialogical Cultures", Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. June 24, 2022.

“From Text to Event … to Text: Pamphletary Appeals for Sovereignty in the Digital Public
Sphere,” Activist Writing: The Pamphlet in Practice, History, Media, and the Public Sphere, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. February 25, 2022.

“Power, Polemic, and the Right to Home: Race and the Reterritorialization of New
Orleans,” Architectures of Exclusion: Racial Identity, Participation, and the Built Environment – 67th Annual Meeting of the German Association of American Studies, Heidelberg University. June 18, 2021.

“From Condemnation to Panegyric: Citizen Responses to the Brexit Referendum in 2016.”
The Fourth Annual Conference of the Journal of Languages, Texts, and Society: Responding to Conflict, Crisis, and Change. The University of Nottingham, Online. April 30, 2021.

“Polemics and the Politics of Rebuilding: Race and the Reterritorialization of Post-Katrina
New Orleans.” 47th Annual Conference of the American Politics Group of the UK Political Studies Association. January 21, 2021.

“A View from Abroad: Young Scholars’ Panel on Election Night 2020.” Bavarian American
Academy. Amerikahaus: November 3, 2020. Available Online: