Clarissa Elisa Walter

Associate Researcher

Clarissa Elisa Walter is a Ph.D. student in the research group "Reorganization of Knowledge Practices" at the Weizenbaum Institute.

After studying translation at the TH Köln and qualifying as a concept designer, Clarissa Walter completed her master's degree in "Language and Communication" at the TU Berlin. In her master's thesis, which was funded by the Stifterverband, she focused in particular on language comprehension processes and the conception of relevance in dialogic science podcasts. She has already gained experience in moderating e-learning podcasts.

As a research assistant, she continues to be interested in the conceptualization of science communication formats and researches them especially under cognitive linguistic aspects. One of her particular areas of interest is the relevance of metaphors for knowledge transfer in digital media.  




Universität der Künste (UdK)
  • Positions

    Associate Researcher

    Research Group „Reorganisation of Knowledge Practices“