Bettina Bock von Wülfingen is a scholar of cultural studies with a background in Biology and Health Sciences. She qualified as a university lecturer at the Department of Cultural History and Theory at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in 2012 with a Habilitation thesis on »Economies and the Cell – Conception and Heredity around 1900 and 2000«. Her current research is focused on the modelling of connections below and above the cellular plane and on the transition from reproduction and production to (re-)generation in the life sciences and medicine.
She was a Research Associate in the completed project »Gender & Gestaltung« and is responsible for diversity issues in the Coordination Office and in the project »Gender Rhizom«.
Wednesdays: 1 pm to 2 pm
History of knowledge and cultural history of the life sciences.