Lucie Bernroider
Lucie Bernroider studied Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Vienna. Her PhD in the HERA SINGLE project explores gendered imaginaries of urban life in Delhi’s rapidly transforming urban villages. Her project aims at documenting contrasting forces within these creative hubs, particularly focusing on a burgeoning ‘creative class’ attempting to make their mark in the city. Lucie’s further research interests include media anthropology, political anthropology, colonialism and anthropology of violence and social memory.
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Within the HERA SINGLE project
  • Laila Abu-Er-Rub is researcher at Heidelberg University and project coordinator of the HERA SINGLE project.
  • Professor Christiane Brosius from the Heidelberg University is project leader for the Autonomy sub-project. Her own research topic is 'Experiencing and Imagining Inside and Outside: Autonomy, Safety and Risk'.
  • Chenying Pi is a PhD candidate at the Heidelberg University’s Cluster of Excellence Asia and Europe in a Global Context. Her research focuses on 'Post-80s Single Women's Desires in Intimate Relationship in Contemporary Shanghai'.