Dorothea Suh is a Ph.D. candidate in Ethnomusicology at Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. She has lectured at the University of Music and Theatre „Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy“ Leipzig and is currently teaching at Grone Bildungszentrum in Hamburg.
Her dissertation explores the oral traditions of Korea, specializing in socio-cultural influences, transcription and literary analysis.
She holds a diploma in Violin Education and studied by Prof. Zakhar Bron and Prof. Grigory Zhislin.
She works for the Green Party Germany as the district manager of Grüne Nord and is interested in anti-racism, diaspora, immigration and cultural policies.
For inquiries (interviews, essays, talks) : contact.
– 2015 Digital Science Match Stipendiatin (Tagesspiegel)
– 2013 DAAD-NRF
– 2012 AKS (Academy of Korean Studies Fellowship)
– 2011 International Gugak Workshop at the National Gugak Center Korea
– 2010 E.W. Kuhlmann Fellowship
– 2011 Seoul National University
READ ABOUT ME
– A feature on Korea.net about me
– Article about the International Gugak Workshop & me (korean)
– Interview with SCIENTIA HALENSIS, my university’s newspaper (german, p. 32-33)
– My article in LESELICHT, student newspaper (german, p. 18-19)