JanSoehlkeAt the moment I work at Siegen University where I coach junior researchers (a term used most generously in the German academic system: it generally applies to everyone except professors). I recently published my first book (my PhD thesis on corruption in German literature, which, apart from analysing literary works of Lessing, Schiller, and Kleist, thoroughly explores the theme of corruption from a linguistic, a historical as well as a social point of view).

Spare time for me means either an alpine hike or taking pictures. If time permits and you have something interesting in mind, let’s talk.

Contact

Jan Söhlke, Keilstr. 3, 57072 Siegen, Germany.

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Thanks…

…to Nic for writing the popup tooltip I use in the footer, the gritttt-extension to ttrss and for Polypager, which powered my website from 2006-2014.

…to the Zenphoto-guys for Zenphoto, which I used for the galleries 2011-2014.