Caroline Schroeter received a Master of Arts degree at Clark University in Boston and a second MA at Trier University in Germany. Caroline is also a trained teacher for English and German and has taught at different institutes around the world. Currently, she teaches at the School of English as well as the German Department at UCC while working on her project about the mediatisation of the slave experience. Caroline is a recipient of the UCC Celtic Studies, Arts and Social Studies PhD Excellence Scholarship. Her upcoming publications are entitled “From Griffith to Parker: Constructing and reconstructing race and the history of the US South in The Birth of a Nation (1915-2016)” (Kentucky UP) and “Racism and Slavery in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries” (Greenwood Imprint).
Her website, which provides details of her research project, Cinematic Slave Narratives, can be found here.
Caroline’s academia.edu profile can be found here.