Nicholas Courtman

Nicholas Courtman is a PhD candidate in German Studies at the University of Cambridge, where he is completing his dissertation on histories and ideologies of work in German-language literature since 1970. In the course of his post-graduate studies, he has studied at the University of Oxford, at the Humboldt University and the Free University in Berlin, and at the University of Chicago. He is currently preparing a post-doc project which will argue for the centrality of affirmation within critique, in which Schernikau will feature prominently.


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I Embrace You All: Ronald M. Schernikau and the Queer Left
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