About

Bio

I started to play guitar as a little kid and went to music high school in Graz, learning classical guitar. My interest in music continued and I started to study musicology, where I finished the bachelors programme. During my master studies of musicology I decided to shift my focus on actually creating music - thats when I started to play with my first Band Deadline Decision in 2016. My heart beats for songwriting, so I also took some singing lessons, and since I am always interested in learning something new, I joined several musical projects and self-taught myself further instruments (bass, a little bit of drums and piano). I hold a Master’s degree in Digital Humanities and a Joint Master’s Degree in German Medieval Philology. Currently I am a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities (Research Portal). Since 2019 I have been a research assistant at the Centre for Information Modelling (ZIM) at the University of Graz, currenty working in the project "Digital Edition of the Memoirs of Countess Luise Charlotte von Schwerin".

Musical education

2016-2022 taking private singing lessons

2012-2016 studying musicology

2007-2014 taking classical guitar lessons at Johann-Joseph-Fux Konservatorium Graz

2007-2012 music high school "Dreihackengasse"

2000-2007 taking guitar lessons

self-taught: bass, basic drum knowledge, basic piano knowledge

Academic Education

2022-now: Doctoral programme "Digital Humanities", University of Graz

2017-2021: Masters programme "Digital Humanities", University of Graz

2016-2019: Joint Masters programme "Deutsche Philologie des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit", University of Graz and Bamberg

2012-2016: Bachelor programme "Germanistik", University of Graz

2012-2015: Bachelor programme "Musicology", University of Graz

Academic Projects

I am currently part of following projects:

Peper, Ines (Hrsg.): Digital Edition of the Memoirs of Countess Schwerin. Mit Michael Pölzl, Chiara Petrolini, Georg Vogeler und Selina Galka. Project blog: https://memoiren.hypotheses.org/. Ongoing.

Zechner, Ingeborg (Hrsg.): Digitale Edition der Theaterchroniken Gumpenhubers (1758–1763). Mit Veronique Braquet, Christina Dittmann, Selina Galka und Jakob Leitner.Ongoing.

Klug, Helmut W. (Hrsg): Enlarging the Weißbuch Digitale Edition. Ongoing.

I was part of following projects:

VASE Redesign. Visual Archive Southeastern Europe. Coming soon.

Klug, Helmut (Hrsg.): Hyperdiplomatische Publikationsplattform. Mit Selina Galka. Graz 2022. URL: gams.uni-graz.at/hyper. (Zuletzt geändert: März 2022)

Neundlinger, Helmut (Hrsg.): Karl Wiesinger: Digitale Edition der Tagebücher (1961–1973). Mit Selina Galka, Georg Hofer, Helmut Klug, Elisabeth Steiner und Michaela Thoma-Stammler. Graz 2020. URL: gams.uni-graz.at/wiesinger. (Zuletzt geändert: Januar 2021)

Gerhard Roth Fotoarchiv

KONDE Weißbuch. Hrsg. v. Helmut W. Klug unter Mitarbeit von Selina Galka und Elisabeth Steiner im HRSM Projekt "Kompetenznetzwerk Digitale Edition". hdl.handle.net/11471/562.50. (GAMS. 562.50.) URL: www.digitale-edition.at.

Grazer didaktisches Textportal zur Literatur des Mittelalters: Lernerorientierte Digitale Edition und Aufbereitung mittel- und frühneuhochdeutscher Texte für den Unterricht an Schule und Universität. URL: http://gams.uni-graz.at/lima