Marie-Luise Goldmann received her B.A. in Philosophy and German Literature from Humboldt-University Berlin with a thesis on Kant´s and Mill´s conceptions of character. As a DAAD-Promos-scholarship-holder, she spent one term at NYU´s Department of Philosophy in 2014, and later joined the German Department´s Doctoral program in fall 2015.
Her research interests include: late-18th to early-20th century literature, German romanticism, continental philosophy, normative and applied ethics, the intersections of philosophy and literature, with a focus on individuality, character and self-development.
She dedicates her free-time to theatre-plays, movies and journalism.