Julia Nina BaumannPhD Candidate Freie Universität Berlin – Institut für Sozial- und KulturanthropologieSocial and Cultural Anthropology
Julia Nina Baumann is a PhD candidate at Freie Universität Berlin. She studied in Munich, Augsburg and Berlin and is currently working on her dissertation project on emotional experiences of ethnographers in academic institutions at Freie Universität Berlin. She is founded by Hans-Böckler-Stiftung. Her research focus is on affect/emotion, public and activist/engaged anthropology, anthropology of work, mental health/wellbeing and refugeeness/migration. In her last research projects, she investigated exclusion and coping strategies of refugees in rural East Germany and Israel. Julia is also part of the DGSKA (AG Public anthropology) and ENPA-Junior-Faculty.