Sabrina Broocks M.A., Dipl.-Finw.

Head of Administration


Scholar in literary and cultural studies; Head of Administration at the Hamburg Institute for Social Research

Head of Administration at the Hamburg Institute for Social Research

Managing director at the Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN), a Cluster of Excellence (EXC307) at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen

Degree program coordinator and lecturer in modern literature and cultural studies (also managing coordinator as of 2009), Department of Scandinavian Studies, University of Freiburg

Academic staff member in the program reform project, Joint Commission for the Faculties of Philology, Humanities, and Behavioral Sciences, University of Freiburg


Selected Translations, 2007–2012

German edition / Søren Kierkegaard project (Projekt Deutsche Søren Kierkegaard Edition - DSKE) (Danish-German)
DSKE Volume 2: Journale und Aufzeichnungen, Journale EE, FF, GG, HH, JJ, KK; De Gruyter (2008)
DSKE Volume 3: Journale und Aufzeichnungen, Notizbücher 1-15; De Gruyter (2011)

Courses Taught, 2007–2012

Flying Fish and Spaceships: En route in Scandinavian Science Fiction from Holberg to the Present
Den dubbla identiteten: Minorities, Migration, and Multiculturalism in Modern Scandinavian Literature
A Lifeworld in Transition: Literary Urban Landscapes during Scandinavia’s fin-de-siècle
Scandinavian Poetry in the Early Modern Period
All courses were introductory-level undergraduate seminars in cultural studies for the Department of Scandinavian Studies, University of Freiburg.


“Fascination with the Present: Johannes V. Jensen and the New Era”, Institute for Nordic Philology / Scandinavian Studies, University of Münster, January 2009

“Paa Vindens og Gusernes Veje: Johannes V. Jensen’s Way into the Modern Age”, Institute for German Studies, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, University of Bonn, May 2008

“Paa Vindens og Gusernes Veje...: Johannes V. Jensen’s Path into Modernity”, Institute for Scandinavian/Finnish Studies, University of Cologne, May 2008