Dr. Anne Grüne is senior lecturer of comparative cultural and communication studies and coordinator of the international Master’s program “Global Communication: Politics and Society” at the University of Erfurt. She earned her doctorate in communication studies about global entertainment culture from the same University and she holds her master’s degree in cultural studies, journalism and English language and literature from the University of Leipzig. In her current research project, she analyses global communication in the everyday social life of modern knowledge societies. Her research and teaching profile furthermore include global media and communication, global popular culture as well as qualitative and comparative methodology. In the context of various international research and teaching cooperation’s she gave guest lectures and workshops at the University of Cairo (Egypt), the Universitas Padjdjaran UNPAD Bandung (Indonesia), and at the University of Erfurt. She was part of the initiators and co-organizer of a three-year German-Indonesian academic exchange and international conferences on the Globalization and (De-)Westernization of Communication.
Hafez, Kai; Grüne, Anne (2021): Grundlagen der globalen Kommunikation. Medien – Systeme – Lebenswelten. München: UVK/UTB.
Grüne, Anne; Hafez, Kai; Priyadharma, Subekti; Schmidt, Sabrina (Hrsg.) (2019): Media and Transformation in Germany and Indonesia: Asymmetrical Comparisons and Perspectives. Berlin: Frank und Timme.
Grüne, Anne (2019): Dys/Functions of Popular Culture in Democratic Transformation: Comparative Perspectives on Germany and Indonesia. In: Dies.; Kai Hafez, Subekti Priyadharma and Sabrina Schmidt (Hrsg.): Media and Transformation in Germany and Indonesia: Asymmetrical Comparisons and Perspectives. Berlin: Frank und Timme, 263-312.
Grüne, Anne (2016): Formatierte Weltkultur? Zur Theorie und Praxis globalen Unterhaltungsfernsehens. Bielefeld: Transcript.
Grüne, Anne; Ulrich, Dirk-Claas (guest editors) (2012): (De-)Westernization in Media and Journalism Studies: Demarcating, Transcending and Subverting Borders. Global Media Journal – German Edition, 2 (2).