CV

since 2019: Research Fellow in the Project "Knowing Tomorrow 2.0: Twenty-First Century Native North American Archives of Futurity" (funded by the German Research Foundation/ DFG)

since 2015: Teaching Assistant at the Europa-Universität Flensburg in Flensburg, Germany

2014: Fulbright Fellow at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ, USA

2012-2013: Teaching Assistant at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany

2012: M.A. in English, French and American Literatures and Cultures, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany

Kristina Baudemann is an instructor and Ph.D. student in the department for English and American Studies at the Europa-Universität Flensburg in Germany. She has contributed to the Extrapolation special issue on Indigenous Futurism as well as to The Fictions of Stephen Graham Jones: A Critical Companion. In 2014, she was a Fulbright fellow in the American Indian Studies Institute at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. Her dissertation project entitled "Signifying Futures: Future Imaginaries in Indigenous North American Literatures and New Media Arts" has won a research grant from the Association for Canadian Studies in German-speaking Countries (the 2017 Juergen-Saße-Award). She is an affiliate researcher of the Initiative for Indigenous Futures (IIF) and Obx Labs for Experimental Media at Concordia University in Montréal. Her research interests include Indigenous North American literatures and cultures, Indigenous Futurisms, thanatology (the study of death, dying, and grieving), science fiction, speculative fiction and the fantastic, as well as postmodern literatures and theory. Since April 2019 she is a research fellow in the project "Knowing Tomorrow 2.0: Twenty-First Century Native North American Archives of Futurity" (funded by the German Research Foundation/ DFG), based at Europa-Universität Flensburg.