Adjunct Assistant Professor

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Educational qualification Ph.D. The New School for Social Research
M.A. Georg-August-University Goettingen

My work focuses on the study of professions and organizations as both actors and sites of interconnected social, cultural, economic transformations with a particular interest in global/transnational relations. My recent research examines how the processes of destination marketing constitute the commodification of national narratives in global markets of tourism; and how economic crisis and technological innovation change practices and relations of production and employment in freelance journalism. I have conducted field research in India and the USA using qualitative methodologies of global ethnography, interviewing, and discourse analysis.

Grants and Awards:

  1. Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE), Early Career Scholar Award (2019)
  2. National Science Foundation (NSF, USA), Dissertation Improvement Grant (2014/15)


  • Rosenkranz, Tim (2019). “From Contract to Speculation: New Relations of Work and Production in the Field of Travel Journalism.” Work, Employment & Society 33 (4): 613-630.
  • Rosenkranz, Tim (2016). “Becoming Entrepreneurial: Crisis, Ethics and Marketization in the Field of Travel Journalism.” Poetics 54 (1): 54-65.

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