Assistant Professor of German, affiliated with the Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities program
Ph.D., German and Feminist Studies, Duke University
B.A., Theater Arts, University of Michigan
B-261 Wells Hall
Johanna Schuster-Craig's research focuses on integration politics in Germany, both from the top-down (government policies and programs) and the bottom-up (social work projects and artist responses). She is also interested in race/racism/whiteness in Germany after 1989, ethnographic fieldwork methods, and the far-right (PEGIDA/AfD) responses to refugees.
“Integration Politics as an Apparatus.”German Studies Review. 40:3 (2017). 607-627.
“Viewing Feminist Autobiography through a Spatial Lens: A Comparative Approach to Seyran Ateş’ Große Reise ins Feuer.”Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature. 35:1 (2016). 201-227.
“‘Well-integrated Muslims’ and Adolescent Anti-Violence Activism in Berlin.”German Life and Letters. 68:1 (2015). 125-144.
“Resisting Integration: Neukölln Artist Responses to Integration Politics,”Cultural Topographies of the New Berlin. Ed. Karin Bauer and Jennifer Hosek. (Berlin: Berghahn Books, 2018), 228-252.
“Criminalizing Honor: Seyran Ateş and Thea Dorn tackle Tatort.”Gewissheit und Zweifel: Interkulturelle Studien zum kriminalliterarischen Erzählen. Ed. Sandra Beck and Katrin Schneider-Özbek. (Bielefeld: Aisthesis-Verlag, 2015), 167-186.