Arleta Dulkowska

Arleta Dulkowska

Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies-WBZ

Arleta Dulkowska was a DAAD/AGI Research Fellow during October-November 2014 and is a PhD student at the Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies-WBZ (funded by the German Academic Exchange Service and the University of Wroclaw). In her dissertation, she describes the usage of Hitler’s image in American pop culture. Ms. Dulkowska holds an MA degree in Law Studies from the University of Silesia, Katowice; an MA degree in Informatics from the University of Silesia, Sosnowiec; an MA degree in European Diplomacy from the University of Wroclaw/WBZ, Wroclaw; and a BA degree in European Studies from The General Jerzy Zietek Silesian School of Management in Katowice. She also graduated from a one year program, the Academy of Young Diplomats (the European Academy of Diplomacy). During her DAAD/AGI fellowship, she will present the contemporary approach to Hitler’s image in film, music, comics, internet, and fashion, and analyze the origins of this phenomenon and differences between two approaches: contemporary and traditional. She will also analyze how intellectual property rights are related to this phenomenon.

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Second Life of Political Leaders: A Case Study of Adolf Hitler

The Role of Adolf Hitler’s Image in American Popular Culture In recent times, the term “second life” relates to a web game in which people create characters of themselves. However, they …