Daniel studied as a scholarship holder from the ‘Hans-Böckler-Foundation’ Sociology, Political Sciences, and Philosophy at the Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, and at the North West University, South Africa, and at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. Furthermore, Daniel works as a student assistant and tutor at the Chair of Sociology and the Chair of Social Research Methods at the Justus-Liebig-University. Besides that, Daniel is actively engaging in the student political representation as anti-racism consultant, and political education officer.
Daniels areas interests include post- and decolonial theories, queer and feminist theories, mixed methods methodologies, and the post-soviet transformations.
Heinz, D. (2019). Translation of „A struggle is not a walk in the park: Building an Afro-Euro network along Lear Corporation’s supply chain (Elijah Chiwota). In: Entgrenzte Arbeit, (un-)begrenzte Solidarität? (ed. Carmen Ludwig/Hendrik Simon/Alexander Wagner) (forthcoming).
Heinz, D. (2019). Queering Trinbagonian Universities: Students led Interventions at the University of the West Indies. In: Soziologiemagazin, (forthcoming).
Heinz, D. (2018). Rezension zu: Tuzcu, Pinar: ‚“Ich bin ‘ne Kanackin” Decolonizing Pop Feminism – Transcultural Perspectives on Lady Bitch Ray‘ (2017). In: Soziologiemagazin, 01.06.2018