Fullname
Christian Sperneac-Wolfer
Biography

Born 1990 in Mannheim. Bachelor studies in Sociology and Art History, and master studies in Sociology with sponsorship by the Hans Böckler Foundation at Goethe University. From 2016 to 2021 co-editor of Studierendenzeitschrift diskus. November 2018 to April 2019 research assistant at the Department of Catholic Theology at Goethe University. From January 2019 to August 2020 research assistant in the LOEWE research project “Religious Anti-Capitalism?” January 2021 to May 2021 research stay at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, funded by the Fulbright Commission. Since July 2021 research associate at the Institute for Social Research.            

Publications (selection)

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2022. Der verdeckte Widerstand rumänischer Bauarbeiter in Echsberg, in Ferdinand Sutterlüty und Almut Poppinga (eds.): Verdeckter Widerstand in der demokratischen Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main: Campus, 239 – 261.

Mandry, Christoph, Christian Sperneac-Wolfer and Gwendolin Wanderer 2021: Klinikseelsorgerinnen und Klinikseelsorger als medizinethische Akteure: Profil und Kompetenzen, Ergebnisse einer partizipativen Interview-Studie. Frankfurt am Main, online: https://www.uni-frankfurt.de/80984993.pdf

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2018: Kommentar zu Dominik Angeloch. Ästhetische Erfahrung, in Reflexivität und Erkenntnis: Facetten kritisch-reflexiver Wissensproduktion, eds.: Alina Brehm, Jakob Kuhlmann, Psychosozialverlag Gießen, 147–159.

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2016: Materialistische Hoffnung bei Manés Sperber, in diskus, eds.: Alex Struwe, Carina Klugbauer, Christian Sperneac-Wolfer, Felix Lang, Freya Kurek, Hannah Hecker, Johannes Lütkepohl, Oliver Linnenbach, 1.16., 73–78.

Lang, Felix and Christian Sperneac-Wolfer 2015: Das Gegenteil von Gut. Antisemitische Verschiebungen in linken Auseinandersetzungen, in diskus, eds.: Janne Krumbügel, Dominik Lux, Marina Mateo Martinez, Julian Stenmanns, 1.15., 24–27.

Struwe, Alex, Carina Klugbauer, Christian Sperneac-Wolfer, Felix Lang, Freya Kurek, Hannah Hecker, Johannes Lütkepohl and Oliver Linnenbach (eds.) 2016: diskus Frankfurter Student_innenzeitschrift Kollektivitäten. 1., 55, Frankfurt am Main

Balzer, Jonas, Hannah Hecker, Jasmin Klotz, Patrick Korchmar, Stella Schäfer, Christoph Sommer and Christian Sperneac-Wolfer 2018: diskus Frankfurter Student_innenzeitschrift Trotzdem 1., 57, Frankfurt am Main.

Balzer, Jonas, Hannah Hecker, Jasmin Klotz, Patrick Korchmar, Stella Schäfer, Christoph Sommer and Christian Sperneac-Wolfer 2018: diskus Frankfurter Student_innenzeitschrift We can’t believe we still have to protest this shit. 2., 57, Frankfurt am Main

Balzer, Jonas, Hannah Hecker, Jasmin Klotz, Patrick Korchmar, Stella Schäfer, Christoph Sommer and Christian Sperneac-Wolfer 2019: diskus Frankfurter Student_innenzeitschrift We can’t believe we still have to protest this shit. (2nd corrected and updated edition), 1., 58, Frankfurt am Main

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2022: How German Muslims and Christians use Religion to Criticize Capitalism, lecture at the »117th Annual Meeting: Bureaucracies of Displacement« of the American Sociological Association (ASA), Los Angeles, August 6.

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2022: Rumänische Bauarbeiter auf deutschen Baustellen, lecture at the Institute for Social Research Frankdurt a. M., June 23.

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2021: Wer baut die Zukunft? Lecture at the colloquium “Familie, Sozialisation, Geschlechterverhältnisse” by Ferdinand Sutterlüty, Goethe University Frankfurt, December 7.

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2021: How German Muslims and Christians use religion to criticize capitalism, short introduction and paper discussion in “Ethnography of Public Life Paper Workshop” by Paul Lichterman, University of Southern California, Los Angeles (Online). July 29.

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2019: An introduction to the approach of Paul Lichterman, lecture and introduction at a workshop with Paul Lichterman of the Arbeitskreis Familie, Sozialisation, Geschlechterverhältnisse und Arbeitskreis Feldforschung, Institute for Social Research, Frankfurt am Main, June 5.

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2017: Auschwitz III Monowitz, IG-Farben und die BASF – historische Allianzen. Presentation, DGB, Mannheim, December 20.

Sperneac-Wolfer, Christian 2017: Resonance as Fate, paper presented at the international conference “Social Pathologies of Contemporary Civilizations,” Frankfurt am Main, October 20.

10.11 – 13.11.2016 “Frankfurt gestern morgen – Architekturgeschichte am Main.” Organization of the subject cluster meeting Art, Culture, Philosophy of the Hans Böckler Foundation, with Verena Katz, Frankfurt am Main.

09.04.2014 Organized and conducted a workshop for students on current positions in research ethics as part of the annual conference of the section Biographical Research of the German Sociological Association.

Completed projects:

Project collaborator on “Competencies, challenges and developments in the everyday professional life of medical ethical actors in hospital chaplaincy – a participatory study”

Collaboration in the subproject “Religious Anti-Capitalism? Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Positionings in Comparison” in the Research Context: LOEWE Focus Group “Religious Positioning: Modalities and Constellations in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Contexts”

 

Current:

The results of the research project in the USA: The Role of Membership for Work (University of Southern California Institutional Review Board Approved, January 26, 2021, Study ID: UP-21-00056) are included in the study on Romanian migrant workers

Romanian Migrant Workers in the German Construction Industry: A Study Based on Social Classifications Theory

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Job
Research Associate
Contact Address

Senckenberganlage 26

60325 Frankfurt am Main

Phone
+49 (0)69 75 61 83 – 0
E-Mail
sperneac-wolfer@em.uni-frankfurt.de