Mille Breyen Hauschildt
20242024

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Mille Breyen Hauschildt is a PhD student at the section of Aesthetics and Culture. With her background in comparative literature and gender studies her research centers on feminized maintenance as an overlooked trope in 1970’s literature and art. Combining analysis of literature, art and feminist activism with feminist theory she investigates the temporal and poetological qualities of the maintenance trope, and how these analyses shed light on the devaluation of the vital maintenance work predominantly performed by marginalized bodies today. 

Keywords

  • Text theory and analysis

Areas of expertise

  • Literary analysis
  • Feminist theory and method