Dr. phil. Solveig Lena Hansen
- Narrative Bioethics
- Cloning / Stem Cells
- Otherness and Alterity
- Ethical Aspects of Health Communication
- Organ Transplantation
Solveig Lena joined the Department of Medical Ethics and the History of Medicine already in 2007 as a student assistant. She currently is a Research Fellow in the Project ClinhiPS (funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research).
From 2014-2016 she was a researcher in the project: "I would prefer not to“ – Organ donation between unease and criticism. A sociological and ethical analysis (funded by the German Research Foundation).
Solveig was a doctoral scholarship-holder at the DFG-Research Training Group "Dynamics of Space and Gender" in Kassel/Göttingen 2010-2013. Furthermore, her PhD was funded by a fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society in Graz (Austria) 2013/2014.
Her doctoral research topic was Alterity as a Cultural Challenge of Cloning. A Reconstruction of Literary and Bioethical Negotiations. The thesis was submitted at Göttingen University in 2014 and defended in 2015 (subject: Bioethics).
Solveig studied Comparative Literature, Scandinavian Studies, and Gender Studies at Göttingen University (Germany) and Uppsala University (Sweden) 2005-2010. The titel of her master thesis was: Required Life. Literary Representations of Organ Donation and their Assessment in Reviews.
Hansen, SL: Family Resemblances: Human Reproductive Cloning as an Example for Reconsidering the Mutual Relationships Between Bioethics and Science Fiction. Bioethical Inquiry (accepted for publication)
Hansen, SL (2018): Otherness, Cloning, and Morality in John Wyndham's The Midwich Cuckoos (1957), in: A Bammé, G Getzinger, T Berger: Yearbook 2014 of the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society, Munich/Vienna (forthcoming)
Hansen, SL; Eisner, MI; Pfaller, L; Schicktanz, S (2017): ‘Are you in or are you out?!’ Moral Appeals in Public Poster Campaigns - a Multimodal and Ethical Analysis. Health Communication, DOI:10.1080/10410236.2017.1331187
Schicktanz, S; Pfaller, L; Hansen, SL; Boos, M (2017): Attitudes towards brain death and conceptions of the body in relation to willingness or reluctance to donate: results of a student survey before and after the German transplantation scandals and legal changes. Journal of Public Health, DOI: 10.1007/s10389-017-0786-3
Hansen, SL; Wöhlke, S (2016): Contrasting Medical Technology with Deprivation and Social Vulnerability. Lessons for the Ethical Debate on Cloning and Organ Transplantation through the film Never Let Me Go. Nanoethics 10, 3, 245-256
Hansen, SL; Cronjäger, C (2015): Transcending the Spatialized Other in and through Jeanette Winterson’s ‘The Stone Gods’, Global Humanities 1, 157-169