Marie-Luise Goldmann completed her B.A. in Philosophy and German Literature at Humboldt University of Berlin with a thesis on Kant’s conception of character. Before joining NYU Department of German's doctoral program in 2015, she studied one semester at NYU's Department of Philosophy as a recipient of the DAAD Promos scholarship. Her research interests include 19th century literature, German realism, and poetics of knowledge.
Marie-Luise has conducted courses for NYU's Department of German and Deutsches Haus and for the University of Zurich's German Department. In 2018, Marie-Luise was awarded NYU’s Outstanding Teaching Award for her outstanding instruction of German language courses.
While regularly presenting her research at national and international conferences, Marie-Luise has co-organized the NYU graduate conferences "Becoming Epistolary" in 2017 and "Sisterliness" in 2018. In addition to her academic work, Marie-Luise has written articles for German national newspapers such as Die Welt, Welt am Sonntag, Philosophie Magazin, and the Zeit-Verlag. Since 2015, she has been a co-editor of the German literary magazine, Metamorphosen.