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Judith Tröndle

Postdoctoral researcher

Department Department of Education and Social Work
Postal Address Université du Luxembourg
Maison des Sciences Humaines
11, Porte des Sciences
L-4366 Esch-sur-Alzette
Campus Office MSH, E03 35-070
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Telephone (+352) 46 66 44 9906
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Judith Tröndle is postdoctoral researcher in Social Research, Social Work and Arts-Based Interventions at the Institute for Social Research and Interventions (ISI). Her scholarly work is based on sociological as well as interdisciplinary perspectives on disability, gender, couples, and inclusion. She draws from and develops theoretical approaches such as ableism, stigmatization and subjectivation. Her research is based on qualitative methods such as hermeneutics, biographical analysis and discourse analysis. In her dissertation, she studied the processes of othering and subjectivation in regard to couples, where both partners are employed and their child is categorized as disabled.

After working in different research projects as Student Research Assistant (2007-2009) and Research Associate (2010-2011) at the Katholische Hochschule für Sozialwesen Berlin (KHSB), she was Research Fellow of the Ev. Studienwerk Villigst (2015-2019); Lecturer at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (2015/2016), at the Universität Innsbruck (2020) and at the Ev. Zentralinstitut für Familienberatung (EZI) (2018-2020).

A graduate of Katholische Hochschule für Sozialwesen Berlin (KHSB) (BA, 2010, in Inclusive Education, with excellence), she studied ‘Practical Research in Social Work and Early Education’ at the Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin (MA, 2014, with distinction) and was awarded her doctorate by the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin at the Faculty of Education, Social and Cultural sciences (2020, summa cum laude). Additionally, she is a Gestalt-Music-Therapist certified by the Institut für Gestalttherapie und Gestaltpädagogik (IGG).

Last updated on: Wednesday, 30 September 2020

Research Interests

My research focuses on interdisciplinary questions raised in social work, disability studies, gender studies and the sociology of knowledge. I am interested in the ambivalences of subjectivation in interaction with societal inequalities. Furthermore I am conducting research around the subjects of disability, gender, couples, allies and inclusion, as well as music-based social interventions.
     

Research Projects and Networks

Member of the network Empirical Subjectivation Research (ESF), from 2019

Member of the network Disability Studies, from 2018

Member of the network participatory health research (PartNet), from 2010

Member of the Gender Studies Association (FG Geschlechterstudien), from 2017

Research Project: 'Älter werdende Eltern & erwachsene Familienmitglieder mit Behinderung zu Hause. Innovative Beratungs- & Unterstützungsangebote im Ablösungsprozess‘ (ElFamBe) (Prof. Dr. Reinhard Burtscher, KHSB), Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) 2010-2013. Research Associate (2010-2011).

Research Project: 'Verselbständigung‘ evaluation research (Prof. Dr. Reinhard Burtscher; Prof. Dr. Monika Willenbring, KHSB) alsterdorf assistenz umland gGmbH, 2007-2009. Student Research Assistant (2007-2009).



Last updated on: 30 Sep 2020

I have taught seminars in Inclusive Education at the Universität Innsbruck (2020), at the Humboldt- Universität zu Berlin (2015/2016) as well as seminars in Psychological Counselling at the Central Protestant Institute of Family Counselling (EZI) (2018-2020). I also taught within contexts of Inclusive Adult Education (Kiezspinne FAS e.V. Berlin;  IN VIA-Center Berlin; EIRENE; L’ARCHE - L’arche à paris).

Currently I teach in the Bachelor en sciences sociales et éducatives (BSSE).



Last updated on: 30 Sep 2020

Presentations (selection)

‘Besonderte Paararrangements zwischen Optimierung und vergeschlechtlichter Arbeitsteilung‘. At the workshop ‚Paarbeziehungen heute: Kontinuität und Wandel‘ (Universität Siegen, 2019).

‘Behinderte Egalität in Partnerschaften’. International conference ‘Aktuelle Herausforderungen der Geschlechterforschung‘ (Universität zu Köln, 2017).

‘Gender roles in partnerships. A study about partnerships, where both partners are employed and their child is categorized as disabled’. Interdisciplinary international Symposium `Families, Rights, and Disability` (Universität Innsbruck, 2017).

‘Doppelte Erwerbstätigkeit und ein Kind, das als behindert gilt. Eine biographische Studie zu Paararrangements’. At the workshop ‘Biographie und Geschlecht aus intersektionaler Perspektive’ (Universität Hamburg, 2015).



Last updated on: 30 Sep 2020

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2022

See detailSubjectivation à deux - Paare als Kollektivsubjekt
Tröndle, Judith

in Bosančić, Saša; Brodersen, Folke; Pfahl, Lisa; Schürmann, Lena; Spies, Tina; Traue, Boris (Eds.) Positioning the subject. Perspektiven der Subjektivierungsforschung. (2022)

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2015

See detailAnerkennung einer Lebensleistung. Eine biographische Studie zu Müttern, deren erwachsene Söhne/ Töchter mit Behinderung im Elternhaus leben
Tröndle, Judith

in Becker, Klaus-Peter (Ed.) Wissen schaf(f)t Teilhabe. Wissenschaftliches Symposium aus Anlass des 25-jährigen Bestehens des Rehabilitationszentrums Berlin-Ost (2015)

See detailFrau Lauer. Contribution to chapter: Lebensgeschichten und Ablösungsprozesse.
Tröndle, Judith

in Burtscher, Reinhard; Heyberger, Dominique; Schmidt, Thomas (Eds.) Die »unerhörten« Eltern. Eltern zwischen Fürsorge und Selbstsorge (2015)

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