My main areas of expertise are:
Supervision of bachelor and master theses as well as dissertations in the fields of trauma research, supervision research, microanalysis and film analysis.
"Scenic-Narrative Microanalysis" (SNMA) was developed since 2007 together with Dori Laub (Yale University Videotestimony Study) in the context of eyewitness interviews with survivors of the Shoah and later found further applications, e.g. in the research group "Rhythm-Balance-Resonance" and in supervision research.
Another strand of my intellectual work deals with psychoanalytic reflections on philosophy, art and culture. Currently, the focus is on work on film psychoanalysis based on a reception-oriented film psychoanalytic approach (Hamburger, 2018a).
Selected research projects