Tübingen School of Education (TüSE)

Judith Preiß

Judith Preiß has been a research assistant for the project TPACK 4.0 at the University of Tübingen since April 2019.

Working Group: Junior Prof. Dr. Andreas Lachner

Contact Information

Tübingen School of Education
Keplerstraße 2
72074 Tübingen
Room 157

 +49 7071 29-75645
judith.preissspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de


since 04/2019
Research assistant for the project TPACK 4.0

09/2017 - 11/2018
University of Freiburg (Switzerland) Teaching Diploma for Swiss Secondary Schools in German, English, and German as a Foreign Language (DaF)

04/2016 - 07/2019
Secondary school teacher at the Lycée Denis-de-Rougemont Neuchâtel

04/2012 - 03/2016
University of Neuchâtel, SNF-Doctoral Student (ProDoc): "The uncertain science of literature. Nature. Law. Beauty.“

04/2011 - 04/2012
Traineeship for Literature Management at the Literary Center in Göttingen

Teaching Assistant in the Seminar for German Language and Literature at the University of Göttingen

Completion of the 1st State Examination (Staatsexamen) at the Georg-August University in Göttingen

10/2003 - 04/2011
Studied German, English, Philosophy and Education at the Universities of Magdeburg, Leipzig and Göttingen

Research and Professional Focuses

  • Teaching and learning with digital media
  • Digital literary in language and literature classes
  • History of knowledge and literature
  • Late 18th / early 19th century literature
  • Literary genre theory


  • Project TPACK 4.0 (University of Tübingen, Tübingen School of Education)
  • "Living models. Genre poetics and wisdom around 1800" - Dissertation Project NdL



Life wisdom. Poetologies of the living during the long 19th century. Published by Benjamin Brückner, Judith Preiß and Peter Schnyder. Freiburg, 2016.


"Living models. Genre poetics and life wisdom from Goethe and Kielmeyer," Research Colloquium for History of Science, University of Regensburg, December 2017

"I oppose your presence of mind." (Bio-)political and aesthetic forms of order in Goethe's tragedy  und ästhetische Ordnungen in Goethes Trauerspiel The Natural Daughter, Conference „Dramatic Characteristics of Political Life around 1800,“ University of Neuchâtel, November 2015

„Nature has reason“: On the representation of living beings by Carl Friedrich Kielmeyer and Novalis, Workshop "World supplements. The candor of encyclopedias and maps in the 19th century," University of Erfurt, July 2014