Dr. Juliane Finger successfully defended her PhD thesis on the topic “Television memories. A study on subjectively ascribed media effects on mental and collective representations of the Holocaust” in May 2016. Juliane Finger joined the Graduate School in October 2009. She is a research fellow at the Hans-Bredow-Institute. From November 2008 until October 2009 and from July 2010 until April 2016 she worked as research assistant at the institute for media and communication at the University of Hamburg. Since 2014, Juliane is a member of the European scholarly network CEDAR (consortium of emerging directions in audience research)
Her current research interests are long-term media effects and subjective perceptions of media effects, mediated memory and identity and interdisciplinary research.