Margarethe Hattingh

marga hattingh

She goes by Marga but is seriously considering changing her nickname to “May” in accordance with her birth-month and because that’d probably be easier for everyone to say. Born and raised all over the place, she’s a bit confused about her identity but is happy to exist nonetheless. When she was a wee-kiddo, she used to rejoice in sing-screaming not-technically-real words at her parents in an attempt to impress. She still does this from time to time in private but will deny any accusations levelled at her.

Her favourite colour is green.

Articles written by Marga:

  • What to Expect When You’re Expecting (To Study Abroad)
  • Reflections from Abroad: (Yet) Another Perspective on the German Elections
  • BCB and PIESC in the Context of Migration and Integration in Germany
  • metaphors, metonymies, & anthropomorphisms
  • Welcome to a new semester!
  • Arts and Society in Berlin
  • The Budapest Diaries
  • Thinking Outside the Framework: Reflections on a Liberal Arts Education
  • Into the City and Out of our Minds
  • Just an Expression
  • Taking SAD Seriously: An Informational Article
  • On People and Poetry
  • You’ll Need More Than Good Syntax
  • Novemberlicht
  • My Induction into the Teenage Cliche: A poetry series
  • Discussing Dialogues: Why Plato wrote them, and why we read them
  • A Conversation with Norman Manea: Literature on Extreme Situations
  • Student profiles: Mais Hriesh
  • Stumbling Through: First Impressions from my First Month in Berlin