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Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Tenured full professors | Didactics of German literature

Jeanette Hoffmann

Jeanette.Hoffmann@unibz.it

+39 0472 014130

BX A3.16a
Faculty of Education
Regensburger Allee 16 - viale Ratisbona, 16
39042
Brixen-Bressanone
Office hours
Tuesday, 14:00 - 15:00
nach Vereinbarung / su appuntamento per e-mail

Short bio

Jeanette Hoffmann studied German, Mathematics, Protestant Religion, Educational Science, Intercultural Education and Polish (First State Examination) at the WWU Münster. She worked as a cultural assistant at the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen in Opole/Poland and as a research assistant at the FU Berlin, where she received her doctorate with a multi-award-winning study on "Literary Conversations in Intercultural Contexts". She completed her second state examination at a Montessori primary school in Berlin. After lecturing at the TU Dresden and the PH Oberösterreich, she was full professor (W2) of Primary Education/German at the TU Dresden before she took up her university professorship (ordinaria) in the Didactics of German Literature at unibz.

Courses

Children’s Literature

12425C · L-LIN/13 · LM-85 bis Education German section · DE

Children’s Literature (Lab.)

12425D · L-LIN/13 · LM-85 bis Education German section · DE

German Literature

12425A · L-LIN/13 · LM-85 bis Education German section · DE

Reading and Text Handling, Understanding, Narrating and Communicating (Lab.)

12425B · L-LIN/13 · LM-85 bis Education German section · DE

Work Experience 4

13426 · LM-85 bis Education Ladin section · DE

Work Experience 4

12426 · LM-85 bis Education German section · DE

Writing Workshop – Literary Criticism on Picture Books and Children’s Novels (lab.)

12476 · L-LIN/13 · LM-85 bis Education German section · DE

Main Research Areas

Graphic storytelling, literature learning and language acquisition
Children's and young adult literature and its didactics
Reading and media socialization
Intercultural learning and multilingualism
Empirical research on reception, classroom interaction and profession

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