Marie Rosenkranz

Marie Rosenkranz
Marie Rosenkranz

Marie Rosenkranz completed her CCM master’s degree at ZU in 2017. She currently works as a research assistant and project manager at the European Democracy Lab, a think tank founded by Ulrike Guérot that promotes the idea of a European Republic.

How did your studies prepare you for what you do today?

“For working in the “in-between” of culture and politics, science and activism, ZU’s approach prepared me well. I also learned how to develop not only thoughts but also a project idea right away on social issues.”

Why CCM?

“Cultural studies deal with the core of society. For me, if you want to understand society and solve its problems, you can’t avoid culture – fortunately! CCM is versatile, individual, theoretically challenging, and offers a lot of room for research and practical project work.”

What type of person would you recommend an MA CCM degree to?

“There is no such thing as the typical CCM student – CCM is for everyone who wants to think and work critically.”

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