MA in Philosophy, MA in Cultural Studies, Diploma in Psychology
Mariya Savina
  • Philosophy of Culture (Nietzsche, Benjamin, Blumenberg)
  • Theories of Self (Philosophy, Psychology, Literature)
  • Philosophy of Psychology
Research interests
  • PhD Student, Humboldt University of Berlin
Primary academic affiliation
  • October 2019– PhD Student, Department of Cultural History and Theory, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

  • Dissertation Title: “The written Disquiet. Transformations of Self in Literary Confessions of Augustine and Pessoa”.

  • 2016 – 2019 MA in Philosophy, Freie Universität Berlin.

  • 2013 – 2015 MA in Cultural Studies, Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow).

  • 2008 – 2013 Diploma in Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
  • „Walter Benjamins Eschatolgy of Catastrophe. Progress, Interruption and the End of History [Walter Benjamins Eschatologie der Katastrophe. Fortschritt, Unterbrechung und das Ende der Geschichte]“, in: Kulturwissenschaftliche Zeitschrift, vol. 7, issue 1 (Focus: Anthropocene), 2022, 39–52.

  • „The Sims: digital puppets and the afterlife of a dollhouse“, in: denkste: puppe. Puppen/dolls like mensch – puppen als künstliche menschen, 2020, 53–60.

  • „History and Time: The Problem of New Beginning in Walter Benjamin's Philosophy [История и время: Кризис субъективности и проблема нового начала в философии В. Беньямина]“, in: Perm University Herald. Series “Philosophy. Psychology. Sociology”, March 2020, 55–64. (in rus.)

  • „ The problem of subjectivity: interior spaces as the limit of the individual and the collective in Walter Benjamin [Проблема субъективности: внутренние пространства как граница индивидуального и коллективногов работах Вальтера Беньямина]“, in: History of Philosophy Yearbook, 2018, 200–217. (in rus.)
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