Daniela Gandorfer is currently a PhD student in the Princeton Department of Comparative Literature. Before joining the program, she studied German Literature and Law at the University of Vienna.
Daniela’s main research interests include literature and media theory, critical legal studies, environmental humanities, affect theory, political philosophy, process philosophy, art and architectural theory, and digital humanities.
Daniela has recently presented her research at conferences at Yale University (New Haven, 2015), the Cardozo School of Law (New York, 2016), and at the German Studies Association conference (Washington D.C., 2015). She is invited to present papers at the Westminster Law and Theory Lab (Westminster University, London) in 2016, as well as at the Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities at Stanford Law, and the 18th International Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law at Cardozo Law School in 2017.