Alice Holterdorf studied international affairs at the Hertie School with a concentration in security and sustainability, also completing a semester abroad at American University in Washington DC. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Literary Studies from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München where she specialised in practical and political philosophy, interning beforehand for the mobile security segment of Giesecke+Devrient, an international technology group providing data security and modern communication. During her studies at the Hertie School, she worked for the Bertelsmann Stiftung in the programme for Europe’s future, where she was part of the team for strategies between the European Union and its neighbourhood and also volunteered as a reviewer for the scientific journal European Perspectives.
Master's thesis title
U.S. American politics and linguistic representation in social networks: An analysis of the political language of the Democratic and Republican Parties