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Lydia Heidrich

Research Assistant and Ph.D. student

phone: +49 421-218-69124
E-Mail: heidrich@uni-bremen.de
Office: GW2 A 2.330

address:
Arbeitsbereich Interkulturelle Bildung
Fachbereich 12: Erziehungs- und Bildungswissenschaften
Universität Bremen
Postfach 33 04 40
D-28224 Bremen

Vita:

Lydia Heidrich, M.A. works as a research assistant and Ph.D. student at the University of Bremen, unit of intercultural education since September 2015. Her research interests are migration and education, discrimination, theories of social practices and ethnography. In her PhD-project she works on negotiated social orders in schools. Since September 2018 she is involved in the project "Pedagogical Professionalism in a Migration Society" which is funded by the Mercartor Foundation.

 

Lydia graduated from the University of Osnabrück in May 2015 after she has succesfully studied the interdisciplinary Masters Programme "Intercultural Migration and Intercultural Relations" at the Institute of Migration Research and Intercultural Studies IMIS. Her master thesis was about the innerorganisational communication of school and social work and how this communication contributes to the construtction of migration-related difference. Beforehand she was employed as a social worker in the department of intercultural family assistance by the Arbeiterwohlfahrt Rheinland in Koblenz. She has studied social work as a B.A. student at the University of Applied Sciences in Koblenz and at the Hacettepe University in Ankara, Turkey.

 

 

Contact

Contact Person: Dennis Barasi

 

Room: GW2 1.240

 

phone: 0049 - 421 218-69129

E-mail: barasi@uni-bremen.de

News

The exhibition entitled "Courageous Women: Women's and Gender Studies in Turkey's Academia" will be displayed in spring in Istanbul and in summer in Bremen.

 

Yasemin Karakaşoğlu and Paul Mecheril in "Das Staatsangehörigkeitsgesetz ist unwürdig, sagen Yasemin Karakaşoğlu und Paul Mecheril" (taz-article from 6-27-2019)

 

Yasemin Karakaşoğlu comments on the ongoing discussion on English-lessons in primary schools in Northrhine-Westfalia in the online-newspaper Migazin