About the Author

Sahra Rausch

E-Mail: sahra.rausch@gcsc.uni-giessen.de

Sahra Rausch is a doctoral candidate at the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC) at Justus Liebig University in Giessen. Sahra graduated in Political Science at the Otto-Suhr-Institute at Freie Universität Berlin. Before, she studied Social Sciences, History, Economy and Jurisprudence in Erfurt, Berlin, Lyon and Ankara. In her PhD project she is focusing on emotions in postcolonial memory politics by integrating a comparative perspective on Germany and France. Her main academic interests are the fields of postcolonial theory, emotion research, gender studies and discourse analysis.

Contributions by Author: Sahra Rausch

09/03/2020 _Perspective

“I Am Trying to Improve the Care of Women, That Is My Goal.”

In Conversation about Love and Abortion with Giessen-based GP Kristina Hänel

In its “Berlin Declaration for the Protection of Unborn Life”, the Bundesverband Lebensrecht demanded “love and responsibility instead of abortions.” [1] The confederation is the umbrella organization for several ‘Pro-Life’ groups in Germany which organize every year the ‘March for Life’ in Berlin. But what has love got to do with this? […]