Education: B.A. Social and Cultural Anthropology, Free University Berlin, 2011; M.A. European Ethnology, Humboldt University Berlin, 2014.
Biography: Julia Tulke is a third year PhD student in the Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies.
Her work focuses on street art and graffiti as mediums of expression and dissent in cities undergoing social and political crises. In this context she has conducted extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Athens since 2013. More information on this ongoing research project can be found at aestheticsofcrisis.org.
As an Andrew W. Mellon Digital Humanities fellow, Julia hopes to explore the intersections between visual anthropology and digital humanities scholarship as well as the politics of public scholarship.