Dr. Karolina Golimowska
Dr. Golimowska studied English and American Studies, German Literature, and Media Studies in Berlin and London. She holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Her dissertation focuses on cities in post-9/11 American and British novels. She has taught a range of seminars and workshops for BA and MA students: at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, as a visiting professor at the University of Richmond (Virginia, USA) and as a lecturer of the Fulbright Summer School. In 2014 she spent six months as a visiting scholar at New York University in NYC. She is the co-editor (together with Reinhard Isensee and David Rose) of the volume Family and Kinship in the United States (2016) and the author of the monograph The Post-9/11 City in Novels. Literary Remappings of New York and London (McFarland, 2016). She is also a co-editor of the multilingual poetry anthologiesVERSschmuggel / reVERSible USA-Germany, Canada-Germany (Wunderhorn, 2020) and Belarus-Germany (Wunderhorn 2022).