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Dr. Mark Schmitt

  • Contemporary British culture and literature 

  • Irish culture and literature

  • film studies (with a focus on horror films)

  • cultural theory

  • Future studies

  • Pessimism

  • Critical Whiteness Studies

  • Representations of class

  • figures of (social) abjection 

Current projects

  • My current research focusses on future studies, counter-hegemonic futures and pessimism in the context of cultural studies. My book titled Spectres of Pessimism: A Cultural Logic of the Worst (Palgrave) was published in March 2023.

  • I am further engaged in a wider project titled "Lost Futures? An Archaeology of Counter-Hegemonic Futures in Britain. A recording of a presentation of the research project held at KWI Essen can be found here.

  • Interview about my research: "KWI-Blog – Fünf Fragen" (15 June 2020).




  • 2016-2019 Postdoctoral Stuart Hall Fellow am IAA der TU Dortmund

  • since 2015 assistant prof at TU Dortmund

  • 2011-2014 doctoral assistant at Universität Mannheim; sessional teacher Ruhr-Universität Bochum

  • 2005-2011 B.A. and M.A. in Anglophone Studies and Comparative Literature at Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Link to ORCiD profile for full overview



Edited Volumes and Special Issues:



  • "The World Turned Upside Down, Again: Hauntings of the English Revolution and Archaeologies of Futures Past in Contemporary Films." In: Journal of British Cinema and Television 20:1 (2023): 25-45.

  • (with Matthew W. Hughey) "The Social Antagonism between Whiteness and Antiracism: How and Why White Antiracists Lose their Whiteness." In: Zeitschrift für Soziologie 51:1 (2022): 66-82.

  • "What Do Cultural Figurations Know about Global Whiteness?" In: Shona Hunter, Christi van der Westhuizen (eds.): Routledge Handbook of Critical Studies in Whiteness. Abingdon: Routledge, 2022 . 66-76.

  • "Folk Horror as Dark Ecological Allegory in The Wicker Man and Apostle." In: Journal for the Study of British Cultures 27:2 (2020): 159-172.

  • "Riots: Crowds, Bodies, Temporalities, Utopias.Coils of the Serpent: Journal for the Study of Contemporary Power no. 7 (2020): "Crowd(ed) Futures": 73-87.

  • (with co-author Solvejg Nitzke) "Crowd(ed) Futures: A Conversation." Coils of the Serpent: Journal for the Study of Contemporary Power no. 7 (2020): "Crowd(ed) Futures.: 1-16.

  • ""They're Bad People – They Should Suffer": Post-British Crime Films and the Ethics of Retributive Violence." In: Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image 11 (2019): 152-168.

  • (with Evangelia Kindinger) "Introduction." In: Evangelia Kindinger, Mark Schmitt (eds.): The Intersections of Whiteness. Abingdon: Routledge, 2019. 1-16.

  • "Beyond the Future: Crisis and Precarious Temporality in Post-Capitalist Discourse." In: Journal for the Study of British Cultures 24:2 (2018): 189-203.  

  • (with co-author Johannes Fehrle) "Introduction: Adaptation as Translation: Transferring Cultural Narratives." In: Johannes Fehrle, Mark Schmitt (eds.): Adaptation as Cultural Translation - Special Issue of Komparatistik Online, 2018: 1-7.

  • "'The whites have become black': Plan B's and George Amponsah's Representations of the 2011 English Riots and the Echoes of Stuart Hall's "New Ethnicities."" In: Coils of the Serpent: Journal for the Study of Contemporary Power no. 3 (2018): "Culture, Power and Identity: The Theoretical Legacy of Stuart Hall": 43-61.

  • „The Other Dublin: Homelessness, Abject Comedy and Challenges to the Urban Order in Lenny Abrahamson’s Adam & Paul.“ In: Christoph Ehland, Pascal Fischer (eds.): Resistance and the City: Negotiating Urban Identities: Race, Class and Gender. Leiden / Boston: Brill | Rodopi, 2018. 112-129.

  • "From Privilege to Precarity (and Back): Whiteness, Racism and the New Right." In: Coils of the Serpent: Journal for the Study of Contemporary Power no. 2 (2018): "The Challenge of the New Right": 48-64.

  • "Dysfunctional Capitalism: Mental Illness, Schizoanalysis and the Epistemology of the Negative in Contemporary Cultural Studies." In: Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society 22:3 (2017): 298-316. doi:10.1057/s41282-017-0057-9.

  • "Re-Thinking Cinema and the City in Crisis: Film, Narrative Agency and Urban Transformation in Selected Recent Publications." In: Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 3:3 (2016): 373-380. 

  • „Revoltierende Körper: Prostitution, Pornographie und soziale Abjektion in Virginie Despentes’ und Coralie Trinh Thi's Baise-moi.“ In: Simone Sauer-Kretschmer (ed.): Körper kaufen. Prostitution in Literatur und Medien. Berlin: Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2016. 117-136. 

  • „‚A world separate yet within‘: Welsh Devolution and the Paradoxes of Post-British Community in Niall Griffiths’s Sheepshagger.“ In: Anglistik. International Journal of English Studies 26:1 (2015): 93-102. 

  • (with co-author Sarah Heinz): „Blighted Past – Lost Future? Denaturalising Narratives of Rural Irishness in Leonard Abrahamson’s Garage and Patrick McCabe’s The Holy City. In: Nordic Irish Studies 13:1 (2014): 77-94. 

  • „Lynchian Road Movies. David Lynchs Spiel mit der Wissensordnung eines Genres am Beispiel von Wild at Heart und The Straight Story.“ In: Achim Geisenhanslüke, Rasmus Overthun (eds.): Kino der Blinden. Figurationen des Nichtwissens bei David Lynch. Bielefeld: transcript, 2012.  207-230. 

  • „A Blade of Ice to Write Across. Susan Howes lyrischer Nomadismus am Lake George.“ In: Kurt Röttgers, Monika Schmitz-Emans (eds.): Wasser und Gewässer. (Philosophisch-literarische Reflexionen 14). Essen: Die Blaue Eule, 2012. 123-134. 

  • „The Blowback of Reality: Jean Baudrillards und Slavoj Žižeks philosophische Reaktionen auf 9/11 und Matt Reeves’ Monsterfilm Cloverfield.“ In: Solvejg Nitzke, Mark Schmitt (eds.): Katastrophen. Konfrontationen mit dem Realen. Bochum / Essen: Ch.A. Bachmann Verlag, 2012. 149-166. 

  • (with co-author Solvejg Nitzke): „Vorwort.“ In: Solvejg Nitzke, Mark Schmitt (eds.): Katastrophen. Konfrontationen mit dem Realen. Bochum / Essen: Ch.A. Bachmann Verlag, 2012. 9-16. 

  • „Narrating Brooklyn. Erzählen und urbane Identität in Paul Austers und Wayne Wangs Smoke.“ In: Christian A. Bachmann, Simone Sauer-Kretschmer (eds.): Paul Austers Werk und Poetik. Bochum / Essen: Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2012. 165-176. 

  • „Eden. Apokalyptisches Chaos und paradiesische Ordnung in Alex Garlands The Beach und Cormac McCarthys The Road.“ In: Kurt Röttgers, Monika Schmitz-Emans (eds.): Gärten. (Philosophisch-literarische Reflexionen 13). Essen: Die Blaue Eule, 2011. 156-165. 

  • (with co-author Neil Hickey) „De-Claiming the Streets. Constructing and Surveying the Homeless in Ireland.“ In: Hard Times. Deutsch-Englische Zeitschrift 87 (2010). 3 7-41. 

  • (with co-author Solvejg Nitzke) „Monströse Blicke. Zur visuellen Struktur der Subjekt/Objekt-Beziehung von Mensch und Monster in Literatur und Film.“ In: Kurt Röttgers, Monika Schmitz-Emans (eds.): Monster. (Philosophisch-literarische Reflexionen 12). Essen: Die Blaue Eule, 2010. 90-99. 

  • „Redneck Apocalypse: Der amerikanische Süden als Raum des Anderen in Literatur und Film.“ In: Linda Simonis (ed.): Geopolitische Fiktionen. Beobachtungen in Moderne und Gegenwart. Bochum / Essen: Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2010. 55-72. 

  • „Language Surrounds Chaos: Gelingen und Scheitern von Susan Howes dichterischen Inszenierungen von Geschichte und Sprache.“ In: Annette Simonis, Linda Simonis (eds.): Komparatistik Online 3 (2008). 83-89. 

  • „This World Rejects Them: Das Stereotyp des white trash und seine Aufbrechung in den Filmen Rob Zombies.“ In: Magalit 3 (2008). 20-25. 

  • „Undisciplined Cells. Körperdarstellungen bei David Cronenberg, William Burroughs und James Ballard.“ In: Magalit 2 (2007). 19-22. 

Handbook Articles, Short-Form Articles and Miscellanea:



  • "Review: Henriette Gunkel, kara lynch (eds.): We Travel the Space Ways: Black Imagination, Fragments, and Diffractions." In: Medienwissenschaft 4 (2020): 376-377.

  • "Review: Joel Burges, Amy Elias (eds.): Time: A Vocabulary of the Present." In: Journal for the Study of British Cultures 24:2 (2018): 205-208.

  • "Review: Cecile Sandten, Claudia Gualtieri, Roberto Pedretti, and Eike Kronshage (eds.): Crisis, Risks and New Regionalisms in Europe: Emergency Diasporas and Borderlands." In: Anglistik: International Journal of English Studies 29:2 (2018): 170-171.

  • „Review: Joel Gwynne (ed.): Transgression in Anglo-American Cinema: Gender, Sex and the Deviant Body.“ In: Medienwissenschaft 2 (2017): 265-266.

  • „Review: Aaron Michael Kerner, Jonathan L. Knapp: Extreme Cinema. Affective Strategies in Transnational Media.“ In: Medienwissenschaft 2 (2017): 263-265.

  • „Review: Paul Elliott: Studying the British Crime Film.“ In: Medienwissenschaft 2 (2016). 229-230.

  • „Review: Scott Loren, Jörg Metelmann: Irritation of LifeThe Subversive Melodrama of Michael Haneke, David Lynch and Lars von Trier.“ In: Medienwissenschaft 2/3 (2014): 262-265.

  • „Review: Julia Meier: Die Tiefe der Oberfläche. David Lynch – Gilles Deleuze – Francis Bacon.“ In: Medienwissenschaft 2/3 (2014): 265-267.

  • „Review: Beate Schappach: AIDS in Literatur, Theater und FilmZur kulturellen Dramaturgie eines Störfalls.“ In: Medienwissenschaft 4 (2013): 442-445.

  • „Review. Sebastian Nestler: Performative Kritik. Eine philosophische Intervention in den Begriffsapparat der Cultural Studies.“ In: Medienwissenschaft 4 (2012):  428-430.

  • „Rezension: Miriam Havemann: The Subject Rising Against Its Author. A Poetics of Rebellion in Bryan Stanley Johnson’s Œuvre.“ In: Achim Hölter (Hg.): Komparatistik. Jahrbuch der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft 2011. Heidelberg: Synchron, 2012. 144-147.


Invited Talks

  • "The English Riots 2011 and Stuart Hall's "New Ethnicities."" Invited talk. Universität Bielefeld 28 April 2022. 

  • "Understanding Hegemonic Whiteness: Cultural and Historical Figurations." Invited lecture. Building Bridges, Dismantling Racism: International Conference, Chickasha, OK, USA, 9-10 June 2021.

  • "The Shape of Things to Come: Gegenhegemoniale Zukünfte und die Möglichkeiten der Cultural Studies." Invited lecture. KWI Essen (online) 16 June 2020.

  • "Could Bond Be Black? Whiteness and the Racial Politics of James Bond." Invited guest lecture. Bochum 27 June 2018.

  • ""Nobody Fucks with the Block!" The Housing Estate in the British Cultural Imagination." Invited guest lecture. Vienna 29 May 2018.

  • "Lynchian Road Movies: An American Film Genre and Its Deconstruction in David Lynch's Wild at Heart and The Straight Story." Invited guest lecture Ruhr-University Bochum, 13 December 2017.

  • "'Slow-Motion Moral Collapse, Defective Consumers and Whites Becoming Black': Re-Reading Responses to the English Riots 2011." Invited guest lecture Universität Regensburg, 27 June 2016.

  • “Post-British Communities and Notions of Home in the Novels of Niall Griffiths.” Lecture series “Home and Homeland. Interdisciplinary and Comparative Perspectives.” Mannheim 27 October 2014.

Conference Papers

  • "Spectres of Pessimism: A Cultural Logic of the Worst." Annual Scholars and Fellows Workshop, Stuart Hall Foundation London, 10 February 2023.

  • "Auslöschung. Kosmischer Pessimismus und Präfigurationen des Ahumanen in Apokalypsenarrativen." Krisen und Katastrophen in der Populärkultur. Conference, Kiel 17-19 November 2022.

  • ""Being for Being Against": Precarious Futurity and the Dialectic of Utopianism and Pessimism." Anglistentag, Panel "The Return of Utopian Aesthetics", Mainz 3 September 2022. 

  • "Pessimism and/as Future Ethics of Care." Global Law & Society Association Meeting, Lisbon 15 July 2022.

  • "The World without Us: Pessimism, the Ethics of Care and the Ahuman." Cultural Studies and the Nonhuman Turn. Workshop, Dresden 1-2 July 2022.

  • "Pessimism and a Future Ethics of Care." Fail Again, Fail Better? Utopia, Memory, Radical Politics, and Radical Research. International Workshop, Edinburgh 17-18 March 2022.

  • "Raging Against the Machine: The Luddites, Bullshit Jobs and the Future of Work." Romantic Interventions: From Idealism to Activism. International Conference, Dortmund 3-5 February 2022.

  • "Unheimliche Natur, utopische Gemeinschaften: Folk Horror als ökologisch-politische Allegorie."  Folk Horror als Gegenstand und Herausforderung der Kulturwissenschaften: Workshop, Zurich 5 November 2021.

  • "Embracing Extinction: Cosmic Pessimism, Crumbling Modernity and Ahuman Futures." Dark Economies: Anxious Futures, Fearful Pasts. International Conference, Falmouth, UK 21-23 July 2021.

  • ""A Place Fill ay Dispossessed White Trash": Intersections of Race and Class in Contemporary British Novels." British Fictions of Class since 1945: Revitalising Class in the 21st Century. International Workshop, Siegen 18-19 June 2021.

  • "No Happiness without (B)Order: Brexit, Collective Ecstasy and Transgression in Niall Griffiths's Broken Ghost." Border Narratives: Brexit, Europe, and the UK. International Conference, Göttingen 4-6 May 2021.

  • "On Folk Horror as a Political Mode." Imagining Alternatives – GFF Annual Conference. Augsburg (online) 1 October 2020.

  • "Lost Futures? An Archaeology of Counter-Hegemonic Futures in Britain - Project Presentation." Stuart Hall Foundation Fellows and Scholars Event. London 2 February 2018. 

  • "A 'Crisis of Possibility': Re-Reading Raymond Williams's The Volunteers for a Contemporary Theory of Riots." Beyond Crisis: Reassessing Raymond Williams' Cultural Materialism. International Conference, Potsdam 19-21 January 2018.

  • "After the Future? Cancelled Futures and the Precarious Temporality of Global Neoliberalism." Where Are We Now? Times of Globalisation. 3rd Annual Conference of the Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies, Amsterdam 15-16 December 2016.

  • "Welcome to the Afterfuture? Precarious Temporality, Cancelled Futures and Neoliberalism in the Current Discourse of Post-Capitalism." British Temporalities: Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of British Cultures, Bielefeld 17-19. November 2016. 

  • "'The whites have become black': Responses to the English Riots 2011, Critical Whiteness Studies and the Trouble with 'New Ethnicities.'" International Conference "Wrestling with the Angels: Exploring Stuart Hall's Theoretical Legacy." Dortmund 25.-27. February 2016.

  • "Tainted Whiteness: White Trash and the Racialisation of the British Working Class in the Novels of Irvine Welsh, Niall Griffiths and John King." International Conference "Whatever Happened to the Working Class? Rediscovering Class Consciousness in Contemporary Literature." London 17 September 2015.

  • (with Johannes Fehrle) Panel-Organisation und Chair: "Adaptation as Translation: Transferring Cultural Narratives of Belonging." ENCLS/REELC 6th Biennial Congress: "Longing and Belonging." Dublin und Galway, Republic of Ireland 24-28 August 2015.

  • "Dysfunctional Capitalism. Mark Fisher's Capitalist Realism, Mental Illness and Deleuze-Guattarian Schizoanalysis." International Conference "Psychoanalysis in Cultural Studies. Readings and Proposals." Bochum 19-20 June 2015.

  • "'Not such a dreadful job after all'? Virginie Despentes' King Kong Théorie und filmische Repräsentationen von Prostitution im Spannungsfeld von Affirmation und sozialer Abjektion in Baise-moi und Irina Palm." "Körper kaufen? Prostitution in Literatur und Medien." Interdisciplinary workshop. Bochum 4 April 2014.

  • "The Other Dublin: Homelessness and Challenges to the Normative Urban Order in Lenny Abrahamson’s Adam & Paul." International Conference "Resistance and the City: Challenging Urban Space." Paderborn 5-6 July 2013.

  • with Sarah Heinz) Panel-Organisation. „Old and New Marginalities in Contemporary Irish Literature and Television: The Materialities of Nationalities and Ethnicities.“ The Ninth Conference of EFACIS: „Towards 2016: Old and New Irelands.“ Galway, Republic of Ireland 5-7 June 2013.

  • (with Sarah Heinz) „‚My whole life is betwixt and between‘: The White Trash Body and Problems of Intersectionality in Sebastian Barry’s The Pride of Parnell Street and Irvine Welsh’s Skagboys.“ „Between Bodies / Bodies Between.“ International Conference. Maynooth, Republic of Ireland 5-6 April 2013.

  • (with Sarah Heinz) Projektpräsentation. “The Colour of Power. Functions of Whiteness in Transcultural Encounters in Ireland since 1990.” White Spaces Network Meeting, Konferenz “Challenging Institutional Whiteness in Postcolonial Times.” Leeds, UK 10-12 September 2012

  • „British and Irish White Trash. Literary and Filmic Representations of Whiteness.“ PhD Seminar in Irish Studies „Irish Time.“ Leuven, Belgium 3-7 September 2012.

  • "'Misfit Language': A Tertium comparationis in an Age of Cultural Transitions? Reassessing Deleuze and Guattari’s Minor Literature as a Theoretical Tool."  1st Annual CLAI Conference Transitions in Comparative Studies. Cork, Republic of Ireland 28-30 June 2012.

  • (with Solvejg Nitzke und Kai Fischer) Organisation. „Katastrophen – Konfrontationen mit dem Realen.“ Komparatistisches Nachwuschskolloquium. Bochum 16.-17.09.2011.

  • "Terrorising the Nation. Denaturalising National Identity in Contemporary British and American Horror Films." Akademische Abschlussfeier der Fakultät für Philologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum 12 July 2011.

  • „Wassermotive in der Lyrik Susan Howes.“ Philosophisch-literarisches Kolloquium 2011. Bochum, 1-2 July 2011.

  • „Eden. Apokalyptisches Chaos und paradiesische Ordnung in Alex Garlands The Beach und Cormac McCarthys The Road.“  Philosophisch-literarisches Kolloquium 2010. Bochum, 2-3 July 2010.

  • (with Solvejg Nitzke) „Monströse Blicke. Zur visuellen Struktur der Subjekt/Objekt-Beziehung von Mensch und Monster in Literatur und Film.“  Philosophisch-literarisches Kolloquium 2009. Bochum, 3-4 July 2009.

Conference organisation

  • (with Marie Hologa, Cyprian Piskurek and Gerold Sedlmayr) Political Bodies: Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of British Cultures. TU Dortmund, 23.-25. November 2017. Website.

  • (with Evangelia Kindinger) The Intersections of Whiteness. International Conference. Ruhr-University Bochum, TU Dortmund, 11-13 January 2017. Website.

  • (with Julia Becker, Marie Hologa, Christian Lenz and Cyprian Piskurek) Spectacular Now: The Politics of the Contemporary Spectacle. International Conference. TU Dortmund, 11-12 November 2016. Website.

Courses winter 2022/23

Past courses:

  • Summer 2022: Precarious Temporalities; Teaching Film (Kulturdidaktik)

  • Winter 2021/22: Hauntology; Crowds and Masses
  • Summer 2021: Pessimism; Irvine Welsh

  • Winter 2020/21: Folk Horror; Whiteness in British Culture

  • Summer 2020: Britain's Futures; Niall Griffiths

  • Winter 2019/20: The Uses of Literacy

  • SoSe 2019: British Crime Films

  • WS 2018/19: The British Horror Film

  • SoSe 2018: A History of British Riots 

  • WS 2017/18: Theories of Hegemony

  • SoSe 2017: Translating Niall Griffiths

  • WS 2016/17: Psychoanalysis and British Culture

  • SoSe 2016: Contemporary Representations of Class (TU Dortmund and Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

  • SoSe 2016: From Hammer to Hoodie Horror: An Introduction to the British Horror Film



Proseminare Undergraduate Seminars

  • WS 2016/17 and SoSe 2017 as advisor: A-Projekt "Mythos Raum" at the Faculty for Urban Planning, TU Dortmund.

  • Introduction to Cultural Studies (winter 2015/16 - summer 2019)

  • SoSe 2015 No Black in the Union Jack? Critical Whiteness Studies and Contemporary British Culture



Seminars at other universities

  • FSS 2014 „Introduction to the Short Story: Contemporary Scottish Writers“, Universität Mannheim.

  • HWS 2013 „Sub-British Identities: Marginal Subjects in Contemporary Literature and Film“ Universität Mannheim.

  • FSS 2013 „The Fiction of Irvine Welsh“, Universität Mannheim.

  • FSS 2013 „Irish Culture and Critical Whiteness Studies“ (Workshop with Prof. Dr. Sarah Heinz and Dr. John Brannigan (Dublin)), Section „Boundaries of Whiteness? Figurations of British and Irish White Trash in Film and Literature“, Universität Mannheim.

  • FSS 2012 „White Spaces Workshop“ (Workshop with Prof. Dr. Sarah Heinz and Dr. Shona Hunter (Leeds)), Section „Whiteness in Contemporary British Literature“, Universität Mannheim.

  • WS 2011/12 „Nations and their Monsters: Contemporary British and American Horror Films“, Ruhr-Universität Bochum.

  • WS 2011/12 „Krankheit und Verfall in der Literatur“, Ruhr-Universität Bochum.

  • SoSe 2011  „Bret Easton Ellis und seine Romane“, Ruhr-Universität Bochum.

  • German Association for the Study of British Cultures (BritCult)

  • Deutscher Anglistenverband (German Association for the Study of English)

  • Comparative Literature Association of Ireland (CLAI) 


Zur Veranstaltungsübersicht

Anfahrt & Lageplan

Der Campus der Technischen Universität Dortmund liegt in der Nähe des Autobahnkreuzes Dortmund West, wo die Sauerlandlinie A45 den Ruhrschnellweg B1/A40 kreuzt. Die Abfahrt Dortmund-Eichlinghofen auf der A45 führt zum Campus Süd, die Abfahrt Dortmund-Dorstfeld auf der A40 zum Campus-Nord. An beiden Ausfahrten ist die Universität ausgeschildert.

Direkt auf dem Campus Nord befindet sich die S-Bahn-Station „Dortmund Universität“. Von dort fährt die S-Bahn-Linie S1 im 15- oder 30-Minuten-Takt zum Hauptbahnhof Dortmund und in der Gegenrichtung zum Hauptbahnhof Düsseldorf über Bochum, Essen und Duisburg. Außerdem ist die Universität mit den Buslinien 445, 447 und 462 zu erreichen. Eine Fahrplanauskunft findet sich auf der Homepage des Verkehrsverbundes Rhein-Ruhr, außerdem bieten die DSW21 einen interaktiven Liniennetzplan an.

Zu den Wahrzeichen der TU Dortmund gehört die H-Bahn. Linie 1 verkehrt im 10-Minuten-Takt zwischen Dortmund Eichlinghofen und dem Technologiezentrum über Campus Süd und Dortmund Universität S, Linie 2 pendelt im 5-Minuten-Takt zwischen Campus Nord und Campus Süd. Diese Strecke legt sie in zwei Minuten zurück.

Vom Flughafen Dortmund aus gelangt man mit dem AirportExpress innerhalb von gut 20 Minuten zum Dortmunder Hauptbahnhof und von dort mit der S-Bahn zur Universität. Ein größeres Angebot an internationalen Flugverbindungen bietet der etwa 60 Kilometer entfernte Flughafen Düsseldorf, der direkt mit der S-Bahn vom Bahnhof der Universität zu erreichen ist.

Interaktive Karte

Die Einrichtungen der Technischen Universität Dortmund verteilen sich auf den größeren Campus Nord und den kleineren Campus Süd. Zudem befinden sich einige Bereiche der Hochschule im angrenzenden Technologiepark.

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