is a doctoral researcher in the collaborative DFG-funded Research Training Group at Goethe University Frankfurt and Eberhard Karls University Tübingen.
Noreen Eberle obtained a master´s degree (Magistra Artium) in Historical and Cultural Anthropology, Romance Philology and Literature (Spanish) as well as German Literature at Eberhard Karls University Tübingen.
Her main research interest is qualitative biographical research by conducting participatory observations and biographical narrative interviews with a Grounded Theory approach.
In her doctoral research study „Passing the high school diploma in adulthood. A biographical study on interdependencies of educational choices” (working title) she focuses on the question, how educational choices are framed in biographical narratives.
Through its empirical qualitative approach, the project promotes the further development of the qualitative biographical methodology and a deeper understanding of the emerging and shaping of transitions in adulthood beyond the standardized life course.
Ad-Hoc-Gruppe Übergangsforschung: DGFE-Kongress, 19 March 2018, Universität Duisburg-Essen.
Doing Transitions. Eine sozialkonstruktivistische Betrachtung von Entscheidungen an Übergängen im Lebenslauf (Noreen Eberle, Helena Müller, Anna Wanka): Workshop ‚Lebensentscheidungen‘ am SFB 1150 „Kulturen des Entscheidens“, 01 March 2018, WWU Münster
- Sektion Biographieforschung, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie