Contact mapping – A collective autoethnography in times of the COVID-19 pandemic
Project team: Leonard Brixel, SFU Berlin; Mirjana Franković, SFU Ljubljana; Hadil Freihat, SFU Berlin; Katharina Hametner, SFU Wien; Eloïse Herbert, SFU Paris; Anna Lange, SFU Berlin; Stéphanie Larchanché, SFU Paris; Sara Paloni, SFU Wien; Kate Sheese, SFU Berlin; Kristina Trstenjak, SFU Ljubljana; Maximilien Tubiana, SFU Paris
Everyday lifes in Vienna – On living together in the light of political orientations
Affects of Postfeminism: A look into the everyday-worlds of post-feminist self-concepts
Common life worlds (Geteilte Lebenswelten)
Project team: Dr.in Christina Ayazi, Prof. Dr. David Becker, Leonard Brixel, M.A., Dr. Markus Brunner, Ass.-Prof. Dr.in Katharina Hametner, Natalie Rodax, MSc., Ass.-Prof. Dr.in Nora Ruck, Kate Sheese, M.A., Mag. Markus Wrbouschek
Detailed information: SFU Research Project Database | Common life worlds
Collaboration on the work edition of Siegfried Bernfeld's writings - Psychosozial Verlag (Gießen)
Publisher: Univ.-Prof. em. Dr. Ulrich Herrmann (Tübingen) in collaboration with Univ. Wilfried Datler and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gerhard Benetka
Editing Vol. 10: Psychologische Schriften (Psychological Writings) by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gerhard Benetka
Gustav Ichheiser Archive
Linked to the publication of the book Memories of Gustav Ichheiser – Life and work of an exiled social scientist (Cham: Springer, 2017) by Amrei C. Joerchel & Gerhard Benetka, Gustav Ichheiser’s writings in German, Polish and English are collected and published online.
Detailed information: SFU Research Project Database | Memories of Gustav Ichheiser
Cultures of psychosocial care
Project lead: Mag. Markus Wrbouschek
Project team: Mag. Julius Metzler, Mag. Gregor Wasicky (Staff); Claire Gutkowski, Claudia Krizek & Julia Struppe (research assistants working on bachelor projects)
This project aims to understand, from a social and cultural psychological perspective, forms of psychosocial (self-)care at the interface between everyday and professional contexts of caring. We specifically ask how everyday experiences and perspectives of caring (or being cared for) and professional care work encounter each other, imply each other, but also come into conflict?
In the current project phase, which runs until June 2020, we are using guideline-based interviews and reflexive grounded theory method to investigate how members of psychosocial occupational fields find their way to “their” field of interest and how their respective personal relation to their subject evolves in the context of everyday, educational and practical experiences.
Detailed information: SFU Research Project Database | Cultures of Psychosocial Welfare