Publications

 

Monographs

Literature and Fascination. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2015.

(with Ansgar Nünning). An Introduction to the Study of Plays and Drama. Stuttgart: Klett 2009.

Shakespeare and the Art of Physiognomy. Penrith: Humanities Ebooks / Leicester: Troubador Publishing 2008.

'Let me behold thy face': Physiognomik und Gesichtslektüren in Shakespeares Tragödien. Heidelberg: Winter 2007.

 

Edited Volumes

(with Birgit Neumann and Ansgar Nünning). A History of British Poetry: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Trier: WVT 2015.

(with Beatrice Michaelis and Ansgar Nünning). Travelling Concepts, Metaphors, and Narratives: Literary and Cultural Studies in an Age of Interdisciplinary Research. Trier: WVT 2012.

(with Birgit Neumann and Ansgar Nünning). A History of British Drama: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Trier: WVT 2011.

Regions of Culture-Regions of Identity / Kulturregionen-Identitätsregionen. Trier: WVT 2010.

(with Herbert Grabes and Ansgar Nünning). Literature and Values: Literature as a Medium for Representing, Disseminating and Constructing Norms and Values. Trier: WVT 2009.

(with Herbert Grabes and Ansgar Nünning). Metaphors Shaping Culture and Theory (REAL – The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 2009). Tübingen: Narr 2009.


Articles and Book Chapters 

“The Tempest.” In: Das englische Drama und Theater. Ed. Bernhard Reitz. Stuttgart: Kröner. Forthcoming.

“Faces and Fascination in Shakespeare’s Plays.” In: Shakespeare and the Power of the Face. Ed. James Knapp. Farnham: Ashgate 2015. 15-28.

“Rooting New European Literature: The European Myth of the Postnational and Cynical Cosmopolitanism.” In: Cosmopolitanism and the Postnational: Literature and the New Europe. Ed. César Dominguez and Theo D’haen. Leiden/Boston: Brill 2015, 55-74.

“Die Faszination fremder Dinge in der englischen Literatur des 18. Jahrhunderts.“ In: Präsenz und Evidenz fremder Dinge im Europa des 18. Jahrhunderts. Ed. Birgit Neumann. Göttingen: Wallstein. 397-413.

“Faszination der Wiederholung – Wiederholung der Faszination.” In: Prinzip ‘Wiederholung’: Zur Ästhetik von System- und Sinnbildung in Literatur, Kunst und Kultur aus interdisziplinärer Sicht. Ed. Károly Csúri and Joachim Jacob. Bielefeld: Aisthesis 2015. 47-60.

“Shakespeares Theater der Geister: Spiritus-Konzepte in The Tempest.” In: Aesthetics of the Spirits: Spirits in Early Modern Science, Religion, Literature, and Music. Ed. Steffen Schneider. Göttingen: V&R unipress 2015. 191-212.

 “Shakespeare’s Sonnets.” In: A History of British Poetry: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Ed. ibid., Birgit Neumann, Ansgar Nünning. Trier: WVT 2015. 79-90.

(with Birgit Neumann). “New Departures and Developments: Contemporary British Poetry.” In: A History of British Poetry: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Ed. ibid. and Ansgar Nünning. Trier: WVT 2015. 409-422.

(with Birgit Neumann and Ansgar Nünning). “A History of British Poetry: An Outline of Major Genres and Main Developments.” In: A History of British Poetry: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Ed. ibid. Trier: WVT 2015. 1-16.

“‘Such sweet thunder’: Harmonische Verstimmungen in Shakespeares dramatischen Klangwelten.“ In: Faszinosum Klang: Anthropologie – Medialität – kulturelle Praxis. Ed. Wolf Gerhard Schmidt. Berlin/New York: De Gruyter 2014. 157-182.

“Phantastik in der Frühen Neuzeit: England.” In: Phantastik. Ein Interdisziplinäres Handbuch. Ed. Hans Richard Brittnacher and Markus May. Stuttgart: Metzler 2013. 23-27.

(with Anja Müller-Wood). “Apocalypse and Literature: Introduction.” In: Anglistentag 2012.  Ed. Katrin Röder and Ilse Wischer. Potsdam: Proceedings. Trier: WVT 2013. 183-188.

“Voice, Face, and Fascination: The Art of Physiognomy in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Shakespeare Survey 65 (2012): 77-91.

(with Ansgar Nünning and Beatrice Michaelis). “Introducing Travelling Concepts and the Metaphor of Travelling: Risks and Promises of Conceptual Transfers in Literary and Cultural Studies.” In:  Travelling Concepts, Metaphors, and Narratives: Literary and Cultural Studies in an Age of Interdisciplinary Research. Ed. ibid. Trier: WVT 2012. 1-24.

“Scrutinizing Interfaces: Physiognomy as a Travelling Concept.” In: Travelling Concepts, Metaphors, and Narratives: Literary and Cultural Studies in an Age of Interdisciplinary Research. Ed. S. Baumbach, B. Michaelis, A. Nünning. Trier: WVT 2012. 95-114.

Assist me [...] for I am sure I shall turn sonnet: Shakespeares Bühnensonette und ihre dramatische Funktion.” In: Sonett-Künste: Transformationen eines klassischen Genres. Ed. Erika Greber and Evi Zemanek. Dozwil: SIGNAT(h)UR 2012. 315-344.

“Totgesagte streiten länger: Das Elysium als Austragungsort gelehrter Polemik in George Lytteltons Dialogues of the Dead.Zeitsprünge – Forschungen zur Frühen Neuzeit, Vol. 15 (2011): 404-426.

“Early English Theatre.” In: A History of British Drama: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Ed. Sibylle Baumbach, Birgit Neumann, and Ansgar Nünning. Trier: WVT 2011. 19-30.

“Shakespeare’s Tragedies: Hamlet.” In: A History of British Drama: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Ed. S. Baumbach, B. Neumann, and A. Nünning. Trier: WVT 2011. 77-94.

(with Ansgar Nünning). “Biography, History, and Memory Plays: Brian Friel’s Making History and Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus.” In: A History of British Drama: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Ed. S. Baumbach, B. Neumann, and A. Nünning. Trier: WVT 2011. 319-336. 

(with Birgit Neumann and Ansgar Nünning). “An Outline of the Features, Objectives and Premises of A History of British Drama.” In: A History of British Drama: Genres – Developments – Interpretations. Ed. S. Baumbach, B. Neumann, and A. Nünning. Trier: WVT 2011. 1-18.

“Medusa’s Gaze and the Aesthetics of Fascination.” Anglia 128/2 (2010): 225-245.

“Physiognomy.” In: A New Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Vol. 1. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell 2010. 582-597.

“Reading Medusa.” In: Refocusing the Vision, the Viewer & Viewing Through an Interdisciplinary Lens. Ed. Phil Fitzsimmons and Barbra McKenzie. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press 2010. 89-98.

“Conceptualizing ‘Region’, ‘Identity’, and ‘Culture’, and Mapping Approaches to Regions of Culture and Regions of Identity.” In: Regions of Culture – Regions of Identity / Kulturregionen – Identitätsregionen. Ed. Sibylle Baumbach. Trier: WVT 2010. 1-15.

“Wissensräume im Theater der Frühen Neuzeit.” In: Raum und Bewegung in der Literatur: Die Literaturwissenschaften und der Spatial Turn. Ed. Wolfgang Hallet and Birgit Neumann. Bielefeld: transcript 2009. 195-212.

“Travelling the Worlds of Myth and Metaphor: The Metaphorical Dimension of Mythical Figures.” In: Metaphor: Shaping Culture and Theory (REAL – The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature). Ed. Herbert Grabes, Ansgar Nünning, Sibylle Baumbach. Tübingen: Narr 2009. 111-126.

(with Ansgar Nünning and Herbert Grabes). “Metaphors as a Way of Worldmaking, or: Where Metaphors and Culture Meet.” In: Metaphor: Shaping Culture and Theory (REAL – The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature, Vol. 25). Ed. ibid. Tübingen: Narr 2009. xi-xxviii.

Speak, dead, speak: Values, Virtues, and Vices from Hades.” In: Values in Literature and the Value of Literature: Literature as a Medium for Representing, Disseminating and Constructing Norms and Values. Ed. S. Baumbach, H. Grabes, and A. Nünning. Trier: WVT 2009. 107-121.

(with Ansgar Nünning and Herbert Grabes). “Values in Literature and the Value of Literature: Literature as a Medium for Representing, Disseminating and Constructing Norms and Values.” In: Values in Literature and the Value of Literature: Literature as a Medium for Representing, Disseminating and Constructing Norms and Values. Ed. ibid. Trier: WVT 2009. 1-18.

(with Mirjam Bitter). “Auf der Suche nach Kultur- und Identitätsregionen: Ein- und Ausblicke der International Summer School ‘Regions of Culture – Regions of Identity’.“ Geschichte und Region / Storia e Regione 18/1 (2009): 172-179.

“The Knowledge of Myth in Literature: The Fascination of Mythopoetic Space and William Drummond’s ‘The Statue of Medusa’.” In: La Conoscenza della Letteratura / The Knowledge of Literature. Ed. Angela Locatelli. Bergamo: Bergamo University Press 2009. 121-140.

“Der ‘vermessene’ Mensch - Physiognomische Lektüren in Joseph Conrads Heart of Darkness, Lord Jim und Chance.” In: Joseph Conrad (1857-1924). Ed. Cordula Lemke and Claus Zittel. Berlin: Weidler 2007. 35-53.

“John Keats and Mythopoetics – A Reading of La Belle Dame Sans Merci.” Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik (ZAA) / A Quarterly of Language, Literature and Culture 54/4 (2006): 337-48.

“Facing Shakespeare's Narratives and Ovid's Ars Amatoria.Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online 3/2005. Ed. Tobias Döring, Susanne Rupp and Jens Mittelbach (German Shakespeare Association): 2-15.


Reviews

“Gary A. Schmidt, Renaissance Hybrids: Culture and Genre in Early Modern England. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013.” Shakespeare Jahrbuch 150 (2014). 248-249.

“Hans Ulrich Seeber, Literarische Faszination in England um 1900. Heidelberg: Winter, 2012.” Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift 62/4 (2012): 497-500.

“Andrew Hiscock, Reading Memory in Early Modern Literature. Cambridge 2011.” Shakespeare Jahrbuch 149 (2013). 277-278.

“Alan Stuart, Shakespeare’s Letters, Oxford 2008.” Shakespeare Jahrbuch 147 (2011). 28-29.

“Tanya Pollard, Drugs and Theater in Early Modern England, Oxford 2005 and Claire Carlin, Imagining Drugs in Early Modern Europe, Basingstoke 2005.” Shakespeare Jahrbuch 143 (2007). 261-63.

 

Further Publications

Faszination Wissenschaft 2016: Visions and Images of Fascination. Ed. for the Young Academy. Ostfildern: Thorbecke 2015.

(with Moritz Schularick, Jule Specht, et al.). Berufungspraxis von Juniorprofessuren in Deutschland, 2005-2013. Berlin: Die Junge Akademie 2015. In print.

(with Cornelis Menke, Moritz Schularick, Robert Wolf, et al.). Nach der Exzellenzinitiative: Personalstruktur als Schlüssel zu leistungsfähigeren Universitäten. Berlin: Die Junge Akademie 2013.

(with Cornelis Menke). “Kommentar zu den Empfehlungen des Wissenschaftsrats.” In: Perspektiven des deutschen Wissenschaftssystems – Welche Schritte sind notwendig? Stellungnahmen und Empfehlungen für die Politik. Sankt Augustin/Berlin: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung 2013. 9-14.

(with Klaus Oschema and Stefanie Walter). “Exzellente Perspektiven? Auswirkungen der Exzellenz­­­initiative.” Forschung und Lehre 1 (2012): 20-21.

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