© Loveday Wright
works as a multimedia journalist in Berlin, mainly at Deutsche Welle. After studying English and German in Oxford and Bamberg, she completed journalistic training as part of the international traineeship at Deutsche Welle. She reports on radio, television and online mainly on social topics. In her project for the residency titled “Post Brexit, new confidence for Cornish identity?
“ she will research the question of identity in the British county Cornwall.
© Emine Ziyatdinova
works as a freelance journalist in London and writes for German media such as DER SPIEGEL, WELT or ZEIT ONLINE. The project that she will work on during the time of the residency is titled: “Constructing identities – the cases of Wales and Scotland
“. She completed her journalism training at the Axel Springer Academy in Berlin and then worked as a correspondent for the WELT in Moscow between 2012 and 2017. She studied German language and literature at the Lomonossow University in Moscow and the Humboldt University in Berlin and completed a master's degree in Conflict, Security and Development at King's College London. In 2015, she spent two months as part of the Arthur F. Burns Fellowship at the Washington Post in the USA.
© Alex Schlachter
The author and journalist Tessa Szyszkowitz
, born 1967 in Stuttgart, lives in London since 2010. She is author of 'Echte Engländer. Britannien und der Brexit
' (Picus Verlag 2018, in German) and UK correspondent of the Austrian news magazine profil
and also works for other German speaking magazines like Cicero
. Her phd thesis on collective memory and nationalism was published under the title 'Trauma and Terror'
(Böhlau-Verlag 2007). Since 2017 Szyszkowitz curates a lecture series called Philoxenia at the Bruno Kreisky Forum for International Dialogue in Vienna. She is also a Senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London.