Laurin Schwarz
former assistant
Curriculum vitae

Laurin Schwarz studied sociology and political science at the Humboldt University of Berlin and Theory and History of Science and Technology at the Technical University Berlin. In addition, he has been assistant at the Chair of Sociological Theory (Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Müller), assistant at the Chair of General Sociology and Cultural Sociology (Prof. Dr. Andreas Reckwitz) and at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin. Besides various internships - among others at the Berliner Journal für Soziologie - he worked in cultural and political journalism in editorial departments of several federal broadcasting stations. Since September 2022, he has been a research assistant at the Chair of Architectural Theory (Prof. Dr. Laurent Stalder) at the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (gta) at ETH Zurich, conducting research on audiovisual landscapes of circulation in the early 20th century.

Positions



Seit 09.2022. Research Assistent. Theory of Architecture. Institut for History and Theory of Architecture (gta). ETH Zurich

10.2018-04.2022. Student Research Assistent. Sociological Theory and Cultural Sociology. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

11.2019-10.2020. Student Research Assistent. Max-Planck-Institut for the History of Science

Education



2019-2022. MA Sociology and Political Science. Humboldt University of Berlin (Thesis: "Arrow sign and Modernity. Visual Orders of Transit from Avant-Garde to Mass Culture". Grade: 1.0)

2020-2021. MA Theory and History of Science and Technology. Technical University Berlin.

2020-2021. Visiting Student at University of Zurich und Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich (CH)

2014-2019. BA Sociology and Political Science. Humboldt University of Berlin (Thesis: "Vom Problem zur Paradoxie?
Bemerkungen zum Verhältnis von Früh- und Spätwerk Niklas Luhmanns". Grade: 1.0)

Scholarships



2020-2021. SEMP-Scholarship