Ursina Jaeger has been a research assistant at the Institute of Education, University of Tübingen (Chair Emmerich: Inclusion, Heterogeneity and Diversity) since August 2019. She is a trained social anthropologist from University of Vienna, Oslo and Zurich, with focus on childhood and education. Her current research (PhD) is an ethnography of a kindergarten class in a diversified neighborhood at the outskirt of Zurich. Latest articles deal amongst other things with multi-sited ethnography, childhood configurations in a transnational context, and practices of differentiation in Swiss kindergarten.
In Tübingen, she is a member of the interdisciplinary research network UnKUT (Undisciplined Knowledge at the University of Tübingen)