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Alexander Greiffenstern

Department of American and Inter-American Studies of Bielefeld University

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Biographical Note

Alexander Greiffenstern studied comparative literature, history and information science at Bielefeld University. His master thesis is entitled "Desiring-Machines and Mechanisms of Control in William S. Burroughs' Naked Lunch."

Research Interests

Contribution to the Research Group

For my work as a fellow I can contribute a wide variety of theoretical background. Furthermore, I can provide another perspective on South America and on Otherness, since I just started my dissertation project, which focuses on the early works of William S. Burroughs and deals with transcending fixed concepts like nationality.

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