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 guest talk by Gary Younge, June 12, 2018 © Adelheid Rutenburges Bildinformationen anzeigen
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Map of the 1858 Atlantic Cable route

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guest talk by Gary Younge, June 12, 2018 © Adelheid Rutenburges

Dirk Night with Armani Cotton

Foto: Miriam Jassmeier

Transatlantikdampfer "Berengaria" (1920); Route: Liverpool-New York-Liverpool.

Foto: Wikimedia Commons

Erstsemesterbrownies, April 2018

Foto: Madita Oeming

guest talk by Gary Younge, June 12, 2018 © Madita Oeming

PD Dr. Christoph Singer

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PD Dr. Christoph Singer

Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik > Anglistik: Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft - Bereich Prof. Ehland

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Telefon:
+49 5251 60-2858
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+49 5251 60-2858
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Sprechzeiten:

Sprechzeiten während der Vorlesungszeit im WS 2019/20:

Freitags: 11.15 Uhr - 12.15 Uhr

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Besucher:
Warburger Str. 100
33098 Paderborn

07/2015 - heute

Mitglied im Research Network Personal Narratives in Mental Health Care: University of Gothenburg, University West (Högskolan Väst), University of Paderborn, University of Poitiers, and University of Kennesaw

05/2015 - heute

Editorial Board Spatial-Practices, Brill

05/2015 - heute

DGS-Preis zur Förderung von herausragenden Post-Doc Projekten

01/2013 - heute

Dissertationspreis der Universität Paderborn

09/2013 - 09/2015

Mittelbausprecher im Fakultätsrat der Kulturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät

02/2012 - 05/2012

Visiting Scholar University of Virginia

09/2009 - 09/2009

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Universität Paderborn

07/2009 - 07/2009

Abschluss Staatsexamen & Magister Universität Würzburg

08/2006 - 07/2007

Teaching Assistant für DaZ, State University New York/Oneonta

1. Monographien/Herausgeberschaften

Sea Change: The Shore from Shakespeare to Banville. New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014.

„Fortune and Felicity, and Happiness between 1500 and 1750. Eds. Katrin Röder and Christoph Singer. Journal: Critical Survey. Series Editor: Graham Holderness (proposal accepted, scheduled for 2020).

Heritage and Wellbeing. Eds. Elisabeth Punzi, Christoph Singer and Cornelia Wächter (in preparation).

Waiting as Cultural Practice. Eds. Olaf Berwald and Christoph Singer. (proposal accepted).

Transitions in Middlebrow Literature: 1880-1930. Eds. Kate Macdonald and Christoph Singer. London: Palgrave, 2015.

Envisioned Visionaries: Dante, Milton & Cultural Memory. Eds. Christoph Lehner and Christoph Singer. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015 (forthcoming).

2. Aufsätze

"The Sea, the Snotgreen Sea": James Joyce, Derek Walcott und das (post-)koloniale Erbe Homers." Eds. Kai Bremer and Stefan Elit.  Forcierte Form. Deutschsprachige Versepik des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts im europäischen Kontext. Stuttgart: Metzler, 2019. 

„Chronic Waiting in the Desert: From Baudrillard to Eggers.“ Critical Topographies. Eds. Jonathan Bordo, Blake Fitzpatrick. Amsterdam: Brill, 2016. (forthcoming)

„The Temporalities of British Detention: Chronic Waiting at the Colnbrook Detention Centre.“ Ed. Ralf Schneider. Journal for the Study of British Cultures. (forthcoming).

„Cramful of Snakes and Ghosts: Mary Croker’s Colonial Ghost Stories.“ Imperial Middlebrow: Cross-Colonial Encounters and Expressions of Power in Middlebrow Literature and Culture, 1890-1940. Eds. Christoph Ehland and Jana Gohrisch. Amsterdam: Brill (forthcoming).

„The Body Suspended in Time: Transcience and Memory in Elizabeth Bishop and Leah Kaminsky.“ Eds. Sarah Schäfer-Althaus and Sarah Strauss. Transient Bodies in Anglophone Literature and Culture. Winter: Heidelberg,. Anglistik & Englischunterricht (forthcoming).

„Complicit Configurations: Narrating the Partition of India in W.H. Auden’s ‚Partition’ and Howard Brenton’s Drawing the Line.“ Eds. Cornelia Wächter and Robert Wirth. Complicity and Represenations. London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019.

‘Any room won’t do.’ Clinical psychologistsunderstanding of the consulting room. An interview study." Elisabeth Punzi & Christoph Singer. Journal of Psychodynamic Practice. 2018. 1-16.

„Working-Classes, Gentrification and Myth in Pulp's ‚Common People.’“ Ed. Christoph Ehland, Pascal Fischer. Resistance and the City: Challenging Urban Space. New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi. 2018.

„Dwindling into Symbols“: The Politics of Stereotyping After the Indian Partition and 9/11.“ Eds. Caroline Rosenthal, Laurenz Volkmann and Uwe Zagratzki. Disrespected Neighbo(u)rs: Cultural Stereotypes in Literature and Film. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2018.

„The Temporalities of Waiting in Paul Graham’s Photo Series Beyond Caring.“ Ed. Oliver von Knebel Doeberitz. Journal for the Study of British Cultures. Vol. 23, 2/2016, 129-142.

„Working-Classes, Gentrification and Myth in Pulp's ‚Common People.’“ Ed. Christoph Ehland, Pascal Fischer. Resistance and the City: Challenging Urban Space. New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi. 2018.

„Teaching the Partition of India.“ Englisch und Mehrsprachigkeit. Ed. Angelika Schlimmer.  2016.

„Miltonic Echoes in Edward Young’s ‚Conjectures of Original Composition.“ Envisioned Visionaries: Dante, Milton & Cultural Memory. Eds. Christoph Lehner and Christoph Singer. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2015.

Introduction.“ Envisioned Visionaries: Dante, Milton & Cultural Memory. Eds. Christoph Singer and Christoph Lehner. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2015. 1-7.

„Introduction.“ Transitions in Middlebrow Literature: 1880-1930. Eds. Kate Macdonald and Christoph Singer. London: Palgrave, 2015. 1-13.

„Betwixt Migration and Marriage: Presence and Absence in Sokona Diabate’s Portrait d’famille.“ Eds. Marie-Hélène Gutberlet and Cara Snyman. Shoe Shop Reader. Jacana Publishing: 2012, 178-187.

„Displaying Death in Britain: Hirst, von Hagens, and the Human Tissue Act of 2004.“ Eds. Anette Pankratz, Claus-Ulrich Viol and Ariane de Waal. Birth and Death in British Culture. Liminality, Power, and Performance. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012, 193-208.

„Gravitating Away from an Empire’s Heart: London in Una Silberrad’s The Good Comrade.“ Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London, 2011. <http://www.literarylondon.org/london-journal/march2011/ singer.html>.

„Surveillance and the Web 2.0. Re-Presentation of the British Self in the Panoptic Gaze.“ Eds. Sebastian Berg, Rainer Emig, Christian Schmitt-Kilb and Dirk Wiemann. Journal for the Study of British Cultures 2/2010, 159-72.

„Northern England in Facts and Numbers.“ Thinking Northern: Textures of Identity in the North of England. Ed. Christoph Ehland. New York: Rodopi, 2007, 407-16.

REVIEWS

• Robert Lanier Reid, Renaissance Psychologies: Spenser and Shakespeare. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2017. In Medievalia Et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture. Eds. Reinhold F. Glei, Maik Goth and Nina Tomaszewski. (forthcoming)

• Ursula Kluwick, Virginia Richter (2016), The Beach in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures, New York: Routledge. In Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 23/2, 2016.

• Carolyn Dinshaw, How Soon Is Now? Medieval Texts, Amateur Readers, And the Queerness of Time. Durham & London: Duke University Press, 2012. In Medievalia Et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture (43). Eds. Reinhold F. Glei, Maik Goth and Nina Tomaszewski.

• Michael Pye (2014), The Edge of the World: How the North Sea Made Us Who We Are. London: Penguin-Viking. In Journal for the Study of British Cultures. In Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 23/1, 2016.

3. Konferenzen/Veranstaltungen

• The Material and Immaterial Heritage of Psychology: An Interdisciplinary Conference. (11.-12. Juni 2019) Universität Göteborg mit Dr. Elisabeth Punzi, Nika Söderlund, Prof. Dr. Cornelia Wächter und Frida Wikström.

• Fortune and Felicity and Happiness: Between 1500 and 1750. (24.-26. Mai 2018) Universität Paderborn, mit PD Dr. Katrin Röder (Universität Potsdam).

• DFG-Konferenz: Narrative and Mental Health Care: Fragmentations, Disruptions, and Silences, (6.-8. Dezember 2017). Universität Paderborn. Dr. Jarmila Mildorf (Universität Potsdam) und Dr. Elisabeth Punzi (Universität Göteborg).

•  Workshop Spaces of Well-Being. (21. Februar 2017). Universität Göteborg, mit Dr. Elisabeth Punzi (Universität Göteborg).

• DFG-Konferenz Waiting as a Cultural Practice, Universität Paderborn (20.-22. Mai 2016), mit Prof. Dr. Olaf Berwald (Kennesaw State University Atlanta).

• Fotoausstellung: Waiting Rooms of History in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Kunstverein Paderborn. (Mai-Juni 2016).

• Dante and Milton: Envisioned Visionaries, University of London (1.-2. November 2013), mit Dr. Christoph Lehner (Universität Regensburg).

• Poetry-Performance Studierender in der Studiobühne Paderborn ( April 2011), mit Prof. Dr. Cornelia Wächter.

• Graduiertentagung der Kulturwissenschaften Paderborn (6.-7. Mai 2010).

4. Vorträge

• „Administration as Confinement: The Temporalities of Deferral in Paul Graham’s Beyond Caring and Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake.“ Anglistentag 2018. Universität Bonn.

• „James Joyce und das intertextuelle Epos.“ Forcierte Form: Deutsche Versepik im 20. Und 21. Jahrhundert im europäischen Kontext.“ Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel. 4.-6. September 2018.

• „To the Pure Everything is Pure: The Bread and the Body in John Milton.“ Coffee and Bread. University of Lissabon. 5.-6. Oktober 2018. 

• „Memory is a Strange Thing: Narrative and Identity in Arrival.“ Vortrag Friedrich-Spee-Gesamtschule. Projekttag Philosophie und Popkultur. 18. Mai 2018.

• „The I Outside of Time: Silence and Recovery in Sebald and Federman.“ Narratives of Suffering to Recovery: How Qualitative Studies and Literature Enrich Contemporary Psychology. University of Poitiers. 5.-6. April 2018.

• „Nothing is More Real Than Nothing: Enduring the Temporalities of Fragmenation in Beckett and Golding.“ Narrative and Mental Health Care: Fragmentations, Disruptions, and Silences, 6.-8. Dezember 2017.

• „The Timescapes of Waiting.“ Universität Bielefeld. 28. November 2017.

• „The Anglo-Indian Station and the Hinterland in Middlebrow Fiction.“ Paradigmatic Cities Conference. University of Venice. 1.-3. Dezember 2017.

• „Medical Waiting Rooms.“ Workshop Spaces of Well-Being. Universität Göteborg. 21. Februar 2017.

• „Complicit Memories: Recollections of the Partition of India.“ Representations of Complicity. Universität Bochum. 15.-16. Juni 2017.

• „The Body Suspended in Time: Transcience and Memory in Elizabeth Bishop and Leah Kaminsky.“ Transient Bodies in Anglophone Literature and Culture. Universität Koblenz. 8.-9. Juni 2017.

• „Cramful of Snakes and Ghosts: Mary Croker’s Colonial Ghost Stories.“ Imperial Middlebrow: Cross-Colonial Encounters and Expressions of Power in Middlebrow Literature and Culture, 1890-1940. University of Reading. 24. März 2017.

• Lecture Tour: The Refugee Crisis in Contemporary Art. u.a. Georgia Tech Atlanta, University of Kennesaw, Piedmont College, University of the South. 6.-15. März 2017. (gefördert von der Hallet-Foundation, Atlanta).

•  „Class in British Photography.“ Gastvortrag. Universität Koblenz. 30. Februar 2017.

•  „The Temporalities of Detention: Chronic Waiting at the Colnbrook Detention Centre.“ British Temporalities (BritCult 2016). Universität Bielefeld. 17.-19. November 2016.

• „Narrating Silences from Pinter to Foer.“ Workshop Narrative and Mental Health. Brac, Kroatien. 14. September 2016.

• „The Great Vocation of the Dispossessed: The Photography of Paul Graham.“ Waiting as a Cultural Practice. Universität Paderborn. 22. Mai 2016.

• „Dwindling into Symbols: The Politics of Stereotyping after the Indian Partition.“ Disrespected Neighbours. Universität Jena. 22. April 2016.

• „Those Who Wait: Post-Capitalism in Kracauer and Eggers.“ Paradigmatic Cities. Universität Lissabon. 16. Oktober 2015.

• „Teaching the Indian Partition in the Classroom.“ Fremdsprachentag des E&M Westfalen-Lippe und des DSV NRW. Universität Paderborn. 9. September 2015.

• „Stuck in Sublime Rumination: The Post-Capitalistic Desert Sands“. Space and Place Conference. University of Toronto. 21. Mai 2015.

• „An Empire of Setting Suns: Elderliness and Exoticism in English Middlbrow India“. Gastvortrag. Universität Köln. 14. Februar 2015.

• „‚Books are as Meats and Viands are’: Nutrition, Senses, and Truth in John Milton’s ‚Areopagitica’ and Paradise Lost“. Epic Knowledge Conference. Center for Advanced Studies, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. 6-7 November 2014.

• „Smartphone Dystopias: Social Media and Surveillance in Literature“. Fremdsprachentag des E&M Westfalen-Lippe und des DSV NRW. Universität Paderborn. 16. September 2014.

• „Pop & Classism.” Gastvortrag. Universität Bamberg. 12. Juni 2014.

• „The Pastoral Shore in Victorian Poetry.“ Gastvortrag. University of Mumbai. 2. April 2014.

• „Arcadia in Doubt: The Shore in Tennyson and Arnold.“ Coastal Cultures ft he Long Nineteenth Century. Oxford University. 14.-15. März 2014.

• „Identity-Construction on the Shore: Deictic Sea-Changes in William Diaper’s Nereides.“ Person(s), Place(s), Time(s): Identity and Cultural Deixis. New Europe College, Bucharest & University of Bucharest Conference Centre, Sinaia. November, 2013.

• „’Heretics in the Truth’: Milton in Edward Young’s ‘Conjectures on Original Composition.” Dante and Milton: National Visionaries and Visionary Nationalists. London. November 2013.

• „Working-Classes, Gentrification and Myth in Pulp’s ‚Common People.’“ Resistance and the City: Challenging Urban Space. Paderborn: Juli 2013.

• Vortrag und Sektionsleitung: „Cormack McCarthy’s The Road as a Quest Narrative.“ Annual Conference ft he Romanian Association of American Studies. Constanta. Oktober 2012.

• „The Periphery as Contact Zone in Middlebrow Literature.“ Space and Place in Middlebrow: 1900-1950. London. September 2012.

• „Liminalities in the Work of Una Silberrad.“ Middlebrow Writing. London. September 2011.

• „Response Paper.“ Migration and Media. DFG-Tagung. Bamako/Mali, Februar 2011.

• „Displaying Death in Britain: Hirst, von Hagens and the Human Tissue Act of 2004.“ Britcult. Bochum. November 2010.

• „Fleeing is Waiting: The Refugee Paradox in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.“ Gastvortrag. Universität Frankfurt. November 2010.

• „The United Nations as Utopia.“ Teaching the United Nations. Paderborn. Oktober 2010.

• „Gravitating away from an Empire’s Heart: London in Una Silberrad’s Good Comrade.“ Reading London. London. Juli 2010.

• „Surveillance and the Web 2.0: The British Self in the Public Gaze.“ Britcult. Paderborn. November 2009.

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