Directors

The director of the ZfL is Eva Geulen, Professor for European Culture and the History of Knowledge at the Humboldt University of Berlin. The deputies alternate every two years. Current deputy directors are the Germanist Eva Axer and the Slavist and Historian Matthias Schwartz.

Director of the ZfL
Executive board member of the Centers for Advanced Studies in the Humanities Berlin
Professor for European Culture and the History of Knowledge at the Institute for Cultural History and Theory, Humboldt University of Berlin
Head of the project Style. Past and Present

+49 (0)30 20 192 - 155, E-Mail

Deputy director of the ZfL, head of the program area Knowledge of Life and of the project The Time Lapse as a Narrative Technique in the 20th and 21st Century

+49 (0)30 20 192 - 303, E-Mail

Deputy director of the ZfL, head of the program area World Literature and of the project World Fiction, Post/Socialist. Eastern European Literatures and Cultures

+49 (0)30 20 192 - 165, E-Mail

   

Heads of the Program Areas

The projects are based in three program areas which are strategically developed and managed by experienced academics in collaboration with the directors.

Literary scholar, head of the program area History of Theory and of the project Politics of Appearing

+49 (0)30 20 192 - 197, E-Mail

Germanist/romanist, head of the program area World Literature, and research associate for the project Style. Past and Present
FONTE Endowed Professor at the Department for German Literature at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

+49 (0)30 20 192 - 197, E-Mail

Deputy director of the ZfL, head of the program area World Literature and of the project World Fiction, Post/Socialist. Eastern European Literatures and Cultures

+49 (0)30 20 192 - 165, E-Mail

Deputy director of the ZfL, head of the program area Knowledge of Life and of the project The Time Lapse as a Narrative Technique in the 20th and 21st Century

+49 (0)30 20 192 - 303, E-Mail

Philosopher, head of the program area Knowledge of Life and of the project Diversity: Concepts, Paradigms, and History

+49 (0)30 20 192 - 150, E-Mail