Peer-reviewed Journals/Other Sources:

Pallua, Ulrich. “'Slavery was Agreeable, its Fortune Desirable'. The Acceptance of the Evils of Slavery as a Social Phenomenon: an Indicator of a Pro-Slavery.” AAA 32.2 (2007): 197-219.

Pallua, Ulrich, and Adrian Knapp. “Images of Africa(ns): Racism and Ethnocentricity in the British Abolition Debate: 1787-1834.” IDWRG. Innsbrucker Diskussionspapiere zu Weltordnung, Religion und Gewalt 26 (2008): 1-22.

Pallua, Ulrich. "Images of Africans in British Slavery Discourse Pro- and Anti-Slave Trade/Slavery Voices in The Gentleman's Magazine and The Monthly Review, 1772-1833." Stichproben: Vienna Journal of African Studies 16. Perspectives on Ethnicity and 'Race'. Ed. Arno Sonderegger, and Albert Kraler, 2009. 17-43.

Pallua, Ulrich. “Discursive Strategies in Fixing Images of Power: The Enslaved ‘Other’ in Miller’s Art and Nature and Kotzebue’s The Negro Slaves.” (Re)Figuring Human Enslavement: Images of Power, Violence and Resistance. Ed. Ulrich Pallua, Adrian Knapp, and Andreas Exenberger. Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press, 2009. 21-44.

Pallua, Ulrich. "The Controversy about the Slave Trade in Britain. Pro- and Anti-Slave Trade Voices in Periodical Literature: The Gentleman's Magazine and The Monthly Review. Racism, Slavery, and Literature. Ed. Wolfgang Zach, and Ulrich Pallua. Wien: Peter Lang, 2010. 118-27.

Pallua, Ulrich. "The Ambiguity of Europe's Colonizing Mission. The Subservient Slave in James Miller's Play Art and Nature (1738). Human Bondage in the Cultural Contact Zone: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Slavery and Its Discourses. Ed. Raphael Hörmann, and Gesa Mackenthun. Münster: Waxmann, 2010. 123-136.

Pallua, Ulrich. “Anti-Slave Trade Propaganda in 1788: The African’s Complaint in Contrast to Britain’s Vision of Liberty.” Free At Last? Reflections on Freedom and the Abolition of the British Transatlantic Slave Trade. Eds. Amar Wahab, and Cecily Jones. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011. 115-134.

Pallua, Ulrich. “Amistad Kata-Kata: A Re-Evaluation of the Materiality of the Body.“ Afrika - Kontinent der Extreme? Edition Weltordnung - Religion - Gewalt. Vol. 9. Innsbruck: iup, 2011. 245-258.

Pallua, Ulrich. “The Controversy about the Slave Trade in Britain, Part II: Pro- and Anti-Slavery Voices in Periodical Literature: The Gentleman’s Magazine and The Monthly Review.“ Literatures in English: Ethnic, Colonial and Cultural Encounters. Studies in English and Comparative Literature. Vol. 22. Ed. Jacqueline Hurtley, Michael Kenneally, and Wolfgang Zach. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2011. 243-258.

Pallua, Ulrich. “’It is this country which is to me a land of savages.’ Contrasting Group Identities in Paul and Virginia.” Slavery: Histories, Fictions, Memory 1760-2007. Ed. Franca Dellarosa. Napoli: Liguori Editore, 2012. 151-166.

Pallua, Ulrich. “Looking Back: The Reality of Imperial Ideology in John Fawcett’s Obi; or, Three-Fingered Jack (1800) To Look Forwards: Re-evaluating the Materiality of the Body in Charlie Haffner’s Amistad Kata-Kata (1987).” Coolabah 13: “Looking Back: Inspiration to Move On.“ Eds. Isabel Alonso, Maria Grau, Martin Renes, Bill Phillips, and Kathleen Hoyos. 2014. 96-106.

Pallua, Ulrich. “’Wretches design’d to be their Masters Dogs, and lick their Feet’: The Character of the African Slave in Selected Plays from the Abolition Period: 1772-1838.” Literatures In English: New Ethical, Cultural, And Transnational Perspectives. Studies in English and Comparative Literature. Vol. 23. Ed. Michael Kenneally, Rhona Richman Kenneally, and Wolfgang Zach. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2014. 295-315.

Pallua, Ulrich. “Refiguring the Past, Rewriting Identity: Moses Isegawa's Snakepit and 'The return of shadow' in Viviane Sassen's Flamboya.” Critical Philosophy of Race 3.1 (2015): 28-51.

 

Books/Monographs:

Pallua, Ulrich. Africa’s Transition from Colonisation to Independence and Decolonisation: Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart, and Moses Isegawa’s Abyssinian Chronicles. Stuttgart: Ibidem, 2004.

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Pallua, Ulrich. Eurocentrism, Racism, Colonialism in the Victorian and Edwardian Age. Changing Images of Africa(ns) in Scientific and Literary Texts. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2006.


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Pallua, Ulrich, Adrian Knapp, and Andreas Exenberger, eds. (Re)Figuring Human Enslavement: Images of Power, Violence and Resistance. Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press, 2009.

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Zach, Wolfgang, and Ulrich Pallua, eds. (2010): Racism, Slavery, and Literature. Wien: Peter Lang, 2010.

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Conference Proceedings:

Pallua, Ulrich. “The Controversy about the Slave Trade in Britain: A Research Project by Wolfgang Zach, Ulrich Pallua, and Adrian Knapp. Part II: Pro- and Anti-Slavery Voices in Periodical Literature: The Gentleman’s Magazine and The Monthly Review.” CISLE International Conference on “English Literatures. Ethical, Colonial and Cultural Encounters,” University of Barcelona. July 23-27, 2007.

Pallua, Ulrich. “The Gentleman’s Magazine and The Monthly Review: A Quantative Analysis of the Pro- and Anti-slave Trade/Slavery Discourse at Selected Keydates: 1787-1791, 1807, 1823/24, and 1833.” Racism, Slavery, and Literature. Symposium, Innsbruck University, Austria, December 2-6, 2008. Wien: Peter Lang, 2009.

Pallua, Ulrich. “Changing Images and Stereotypes of Africa(ns) in the Colonial Context: Different Shades of Eurocentric Perspectives in John Buchan’s Prester John and its Revised Edition in Serial Form.” Literatures in English: Priorities of Research. Studies in English and Comparative Literature. Eds. Wolfgang Zach, and Michael Kenneally. Tübingen: Stauffenburg. 2009.

Pallua, Ulrich. “’Wretches design’d to be their Masters Dogs, and lick their Feet’: The Character of the African Slave in Selected Plays from the Abolition Period: 1772-1838.” Literatures In English: New Ethical, Cultural, And Transnational Perspectives. Studies in English and Comparative Literature. Vol. 23. Tübingen: Stauffenburg. CISLE International Conference in Montreal, Canada, July 2011. Ed. Michael Kenneally, Rhona Richman Kenneally, and Wolfgang Zach. 295-315.

Pallua, Ulrich. “Anti-Slave Trade Propaganda in 1788: The African’s Complaint in Contrast to Britain’s Vision of Liberty.” Free at Last?: Reflections on Freedom and the Abolition of the British Transatlantic Slave Trade. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Free At Last Conference in Warwick, UK, July 2007.

Pallua, Ulrich. “The Controversy about the Slave Trade in Britain, Part II: Pro- and Anti-Slavery Voices in Periodical Literature: The Gentleman’s Magazine and The Monthly Review.” Literatures in English: Ethnic, Colonial and Cultural Encounters. Studies in English and Comparative Literature. Vol. 22. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag. 2012. 243-258.

Pallua, U. (2015): “Racialized Representations in Blackface and Black Mask in English Pantomimes from the Abolition Period: Harlequin Mungo; or, A Peep into the Tower (1788), Robinson Crusoe; or, Harlequin Friday (1791), and Furibond; or, Harlequin Negro (1807).” Literatures in English: New Frontiers in Research. SECL 24. Ed. Michael Kenneally, Rhona Richman Kenneally, and Wolfgang Zach. Tübingen: Stauffenburg. 373-384.

 

Reviews

Pallua, Ulrich. “Peter Edgerly Firchow: Strange Meetings. Anglo-German Literary Encounters from 1910 to 1960.” Anglistik. Vol. 21.2. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag. 2010. 207 - 208.

Pallua, U. (forthcoming 2015): “Markus Jäger: Der Atem der Momente – Gedichte.“ Gosau/Salzburg/Wien: Arovell Verlag, 2014. 


Papers presented at Conferences

“Changing Images and Stereotypes of Africa(ns) in the Colonial Context: Different Shades of Eurocentric Perspectives in John Buchan’s Prester John and its Revised Edition in Serial Form.” LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: PRIORITIES OF RESEARCH Chair: Wolfgang Zach (Innsbruck), Co-Chairs: Michael Kenneally (Montreal), Edwin Thumboo (Singapore) - Innsbruck/Hall, July 19–24, 2005.

“'Slavery was Agreeable, its Fortune Desirable'. The Acceptance of the Evils of Slavery as a Social Phenomenon: an Indicator of a Pro-Slavery.” British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference, St. Hugh's College, Oxford, U.K., January 3-5, 2007.

“Anti-Slave Trade Propaganda in 1788: The African’s Complaint in Contrast to Britain’s Vision of Liberty.” Free at Last? An Interdisciplinary Conference to Commemorate The Bicentennial Anniversary of the end of the British Atlantic Slave Trade, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK., July 11-13, 2007.

“The Controversy about the Slave Trade in Britain: A Research Project by Wolfgang Zach, Ulrich Pallua, and Adrian Knapp. Part II: Pro- and Anti-Slavery Voices in Periodical Literature: The Gentleman’s Magazine and The Monthly Review.” CISLE International Conference on “English Literatures. Ethical, Colonial and Cultural Encounters.” Co-Chairs Prof. Michael Kenneally and Prof. Wolfgang Zach; Chair. Prof. Jacqueline Hurtley. University of Barcelona. July 23-27, 2007.

“The Controversy about the Slave Trade in Britain. Pro- and Anti-Slave Trade Voices in Periodical Literature: The Gentleman’s Magazine and The Monthly Review.” Abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: Telling the Story conference at the College of the Bahamas, Nassau, February 21-23, 2008.

Workshop: ”The Controversy about the Slave Trade in Britain” University of New Orleans, Centre Austria. Organised by Günther Bischof/Co-organised by Austrian and American scholars. February 26, 2008.

"The Gentleman's Magazine and The Monthly Review: A Quantitative Analysis of the Pro- and Anti-Slave trade/Slavery Discourse at Selected Keydates: 1787-1791, 1807, 1823/24, and 1833." Racism, Slavery, and Literature Symposium, Innsbruck University, Austria, December 2-6, 2008.

“Moses Isegawa: Refiguring the Past, Rewriting Identity.” After Writing Back: Present and Future Perspectives in Postcolonial Studies, University of Bergamo, Italy, October, 13-15, 2009.

“The Postcolonial Human Emerging from ‘Colonial Humanitarianism’ in the Abolition Debate: August von Kotzebue’s The Negro Slaves.” The Postcolonial Human, Leeds Humanities Research Centre. University of Leeds, Great Britain, September, 24-25, 2009.

"Amistad Kata-Kata: A Re-Evaluation of the Materiality of the Body." ASAUK Biennial Conference 2010. St Antony's College, University of Oxford, UK, September, 16-19, 2010.

"Resistance to Imperialist Dehumanisation: Oroonoko, Prince of Africans" (altered version). Aphra Behn and Her Female Successors. Conference at the Department of English, University of Vienna, Organiser: Margarete Rubik, July, 8-10, 2010.

"Resistance to Imperialist Dehumanisation: Oroonoko, Prince of Africans." Slave Revolts and (Anti)-Imperialism: From Antiquity to the 19th Century: An Interdisciplinary Workshop at the German Historical Institute, London, March, 4-5, 2010.

“The Rhetoric of the Nation: Cultivating Images of African Slaves in the Drama of the Abolition Period: 1772-1838.“ CISLE Conference Literatures in English: New Ethical, Cultural, and Transnational Perspectives. Concordia University, Montreal Canada, July, 10-13, 2011.

“Colonial Identity Revisited: A  ‘Post-European’ Deconstruction of Auto- and Hetero-Images in the Stereotyping of the ‘Other’”. Colonialism, Decolonization and Post-colonial Historical Perspectives – Challenges for History Didactics and History Teaching in a Globalizing World. Tutzing Academy for Civic Education, Tutzing, Germany, September, 16-18, 2013.

“Racialized Representations in Blackface and Black Mask in English Pantomimes from the Abolition Period.” CISLE Conference Literatures in English: New Frontiers in Research. University of Innsbruck, Austria, July, 16-21, 2013.

“Colonial Identity Revisited: A  ‘Post-European’ Deconstruction of Auto- and Hetero-Images in the Stereotyping of the ‘Other’”. Colonialism, Decolonization and Post-colonial Historical Perspectives – Challenges for History Didactics and History Teaching in a Globalizing World. Tutzing Academy for Civic Education, Tutzing, Germany, September, 16-18, 2013.

“Refiguring the Past, Rewriting Identity: Moses Isegawa’s Snakepit and ‘The return of shadow’ in Viviane Sassen’s Flamboya”. Afrikawissenschaften und Afrikaschwerpunkte an Österreichs Universitäten. Universität Wien, Institut für Afrikawissenschaften, January, 17-18, 2014.

“Racialized Representations in Blackface in English Pantomimes from the Abolition Period.” Returning the Gaze: Blackface in Europe Conference. IIRE, Amsterdam, November, 8, 2014.

“The Trope of Cannibalism in the Formation of Identity.” Internationale Tagung Kannibalismus. Universität Innsbruck, November, 27-28, 2014.

“The Re-semanticisation of Nigerian Indentit(y)ies in Chimamanda Adichie’s Novels.” Geschlechterverhältnisse der Migrationsgesellschaften: Repräsentationen – Kritik – Differenz. Pannel: Sprechen und Schweigen: Diskurse, Positionierungen, Identitäts(de)-konstruktionen. Universität Innsbruck, December, 11-13, 2014.

“3rd Generation Nigerian Indentit(y)ies in Chimamanda Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus and Americanah.” Afrikawissenschaften und Afrikaschwerpunkte an Österreichs Universitäten, Universität Innsbruck, March, 19-20, 2015.

“The Re-Semanticisation of Nigerian Identit(y)ies in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Novels.“ Transgressions, Transformations: Literature and Beyond. CISLE Conference, University of Göttingen, July, 27–31, 2015.

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Discursive Strategies in Fixing Images of Power: The Enslaved ‘Other’ in Kotzebue's The Negro Slaves." Das Reich und Großbritannien 1650-1850. Ideen- und kommunikationsgeschitliche Zugänge einer Entangled History. Universität Innsbruck, February, 17-18, 2016.

"Trauma and Cultural Identity in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus and Americanah.” Austrian Association of University Teachers of English (AAUTE). April, 29-30, 2016.

“Struggling the Beast: Child Soldiers in Uzodinma Iweala’s Beasts of No Nation and Ishmael Beah’s A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier.” Children and War: Past and Present, University of Salzburg, July, 13-15, 2016.


Organised Conferences

"Racism, Slavery, and Literature", co-organised with Wolfgang Zach, Innsbruck University, Austria, December 2-6, 2008.

Co-organisation of the Ringvorlesung/Conference “Geschlechterverhältnisse der Migrationsgesellschaft: Repräsentationen – Kritik – Differenz“, Innsbruck University, Austria, December 11-13, 2014.

Afrikawissenschaften und Afrikaschwerpunkte an Österreichs Universitäten, Innsbruck University, English Department, March 19-20, 2015.

"Returning the Gaze Part II", Innsbruck University, English Department, Austria, in collaboration with ERIF, forthcoming November 4-5, 2016.


Projects

FWF-project: "English Literature and Slavery 1772 - 1834" (2005 - 2008)


Translations

Pallua, U., trans. “’Equality among the Nationalities’ and the Peoples (Volksstämme) of the Habsburg Empire.” By Brigitte Mazohl. Constitutionalism, Legitimacy, And Power. Nineteenth-Century Experiences. Eds. Kelly L. Grotke and Markus J. Prutsch. Oxford: OUP, 2014. 163-188.


Interviews

Pallua, Ulrich. Interview by Marlene Nowotny. "Dimensionen - die Welt der Wissenschaft: Menschen essen Menschen. Von Menschenfressern und ihren Entdeckern". Ö1, Innsbruck. 19 January. 2015. Radio.