Nicole Falkenhayner is a scholar of British Cultural Studies and Cultural Theory. She has worked on the cultural relevance of surveillance images (Media, Surveillance, and Affect, Routledge, 2019), on the representational history of British Muslims (Making the British Muslim, Palgrave Machmillan, 2014), on aesthetic ideology and spatiality, and the heroic in popular culture. Alumna of the University of Constance, currently holds a position as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Freiburg.
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On this site, you will find links and updates to Projects I have coordinated or am involved in, student forums for ongoing and past seminars, new publications and links to interesting studies in my fields of interest.