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Prof. Dr. Christoph Ehland

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Prof. Dr. Christoph Ehland
04/2009 - heute

Professor für Englische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft an der Universität Paderborn

11/2007 - heute

Habilitation an der Universität Würzburg: venia legendi für Englische Philologie

09/2001 - heute

Promotion an der Universität Würzburg

01/2002 - 03/2009

Assistent an der Universität Würzburg

10/1992 - 07/1998

Studium der Anglistik, Latein, Kunstgeschichte und Wirtschaftswissenschaften an den Universitäten Siegen, Passau, Edinburgh und Würzburg

Monographien

Ehland, C. Brexit: Von einer urbritischen Malaise. Versuch einer Kulturwissenschaftlichen Einordung. Paderborner Universitätsreden. Heft 151. Paderborn, 2019. (60 Seiten)

Ehland, C. The Writer’s Radiance: Image, Mind and Body of the Writer: Literary Culture in England and Scotland since 1623(317 Seiten).

Ehland, C. Picaresque Perspectives – Exiled Identities: A Structural and Methodological Analysis of the Picaresque as an Archetype in the Works of James Leslie Mitchell. Heidelberg: Winter, 2003 (256 Seiten).

Herausgegebene Sammelbände

― and Jana Gohrisch. Imperial Middlebrow. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020 (245 Seiten).

― and Pascal Fischer: Resistance and the City: Negotiating Urban Identities. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2018 (238 Seiten).

― and Pascal Fischer: Resistance and the City: Challenging Urban Space. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2018 (220 Seiten).

―, Ilka Mindt and Merle Tönnies: Anglistentag 2015 Paderborn – Proceedings. Trier: WVT, 2016 (322 Seiten).

― and Cornelia Wächter: Middlebrow Writing and Gender – 1890-1945. Leiden und Boston: Brill, 2016 (273 Seiten).

― and Ingo Berensmeyer: Perspectives on Mobility. Amsterdam und New York: Rodopi, 2013 (240 Seiten).

―, Ingo Berensmeyer and Herbert Grabes: Mobility in English and American Literature and Culture, 1500-1900. REAL: The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature. Tübingen: Narr, 2012 (341 Seiten).

― and Robert Fajen: Das Paradigma des Pikaresken / The Paradigm of the Picaresque (GRM-Beiheft 30). Heidelberg: Winter, 2007 (414 Seiten).

Thinking Northern: Textures of Identity in the North of England. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2007 (447 Seiten).

 

Aufsätze

Aufsätze und Buchbeiträge (Auswahl)

“‘The Continent is Isolated‘. Britische Europavorstellungen zwischen Mythos und Wahrheit.” Ed. Paul Michael Lützeler and Michael Gehler. Die Europäische Union zwischen Konfusion und Vision. Wien und Köln: Böhlau, 2021, 63-82.

“Happiness Against All Odds: Incestuous Desires in John Ford’s ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore.” Critical Survey, Vol. 32, Nr. 3, Autumn 2020, 94–104.

― and Jana Gohrisch. “Introduction: Cross-Cultural Encounters and Expressions of Power in Middlebrow Literature and Culture, 1890-1940 and the Present.” Ed. Christoph Ehland und Jana Gohrisch. Imperial Middlebrow. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020, 1-21.

“Rubens in England.” Ed. Christoph Stiegemann. Peter Paul Rubens und der Barock im Norden. Petersberg: Michael Imhof, 2020, 321-28.

― et. al. “Barock im Norden: Kommunikationspraxis und Kulturtransfer.” Ed. Christoph Stiegemann. Peter Paul Rubens und der Barock im Norden. Petersberg: Michael Imhof, 2020, 198-215.

"Beyond 'the Miasma of London': John Keats as Tourist." Ed. Francesca Orestano and Marco Canani. L'arte del ricardo: Romanticismo e cultural memory. La questione Romantica. Nuova Serie. Vol. 12, Nr. 1-2 (Jan.-Dec. 2020), 69-86.

"John Ford, 'Tis Pity She's a Whore." Ed. Berensmeyer, Ingo. Handbook of English Renaissance Literature. Berlin und Boston: De Gruyter, 2019, 516-536.

"Civic Subversion in London's Public Rituals in the Sventeenth Century." Resistance and the City: Challenging Urban Space. Ed. Christoph Ehland and Pascal Fischer. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2018, 17-34.

“London Remembers: The Bomber Command Memorial and Recent Memories of War in the British Capital.” London post-2010 in British Literature and Culture. Ed. Oliver Lindner and Ralf Schneider: Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017, 139-159.

“The Scott Monument and Scottish Cultural Memory.” Literature and Cultural Memory. Ed. Mihaela Irimia et al. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017, 232-249.

“The Impossible Quest of the Middlebrow Hero: The Struggle between Colonial Angst and Cultural Curiosity in the Anglo-Indian Novel.” Anglistentag 2015 Paderborn - Proceedings. Ed. Christoph Ehland, Ilka Mindt and Merle Tönnies. Trier: WVT, 2016, 109-122.

― and Cornelia Wächter: “Introduction: ‘… All Granite, Fog, and Female Fiction’.” Middlebrow and Gender, 1890-1945. Ed. Christoph Ehland and Cornelia Wächter. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2016, 1-17.

“Milton in Material Culture.” Dante and Milton: Envisioned Visionaries. Ed. Christoph Singer and Christoph Lehner. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2016, 67-84.

“The Laws of Piracy: Pirates as Messengers of Modernity in Thomas Heywood’s Fortune by Land and Sea.” Literature and the Long Modernity. Ed. Mihaela Irimia and Andreea Paris. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2014, 85-100.

“Subversive Panegyrik.” Das literarische Lob: Formen und Funktionen, Typen und Traditionen panegyrischer Texte, Schriften zur Literaturwissenschaft (Band 36). Ed. Norbert P. Franz. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2014, 143-161.

― and Ingo Berensmeyer: “Movement and Mobility: An Introduction.” Perspectives on Mobility. Ed. Ingo Berensmeyer and Christoph Ehland.  Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2013, 11-28.

“The Spy-scattered Landscapes of Modernity in John Buchan’s ‘Mr Standfast’.” John Buchan and the Idea of Modernity. Ed. Kate MacDonald and Nathan Waddell. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2013, 111-123.

“Johann Joachim Eschenburg und William-Henry Irelands Shakespeare-Fälschungen.”: Johann Joachim Eschenburg und die Künste und Wissenschaften zwischen Aufklärung und Romantik Netzwerke und Kulturen des Wissens. Ed. Cord-Friedrich Berghahn and Till Kinzel. Heidelberg: Winter, 2013, 283-296.

“Towards a New Order: Mobilität und Freiheit in der frühen Neuzeit zwischen Gesetz und Piraterie.” Paderborner Universitätsreden (Heft 124). Ed. Peter Freese. Paderborn, 2012 (47 Seiten).

“The Projection of Identity: Travellers in the North of England.” Facteurs d’Identité/Faktoren der Identität. Ed. Jutta Langenbacher-Liebgott and Dominique Avon. Bern: Peter Lang, 2012, 287-300.

“The Stage is not Enough: Early Modern Drama and the Representation of Movement.” Mobility in English and American Literature and Culture, 1500-1900. REAL: The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature. Ed. Ingo Berensmeyer, Christoph Ehland and Herbert Grabes. Tübingen: Narr, 2012, 95-110.

― and Stephan Kohl: “Commercialising Melancholy: The National Trust.” The Literature of Melancholia: Early Modern to Postmodern. Ed. Martin Middeke and Christina Wald. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2012, 130-144.

“Satanic Dialogues: James Hogg’s ‘Memoirs and Confession of a Justified Sinner’ and the Pathology of Dialogical Imagination.”: Imaginary Dialogues in English: Explorations of a Literary Form. Ed. Till Kinzel and Jarmila Mildorf. Heidelberg: Winter, 2012, 129-152.

“Entangled in Modernity: Biography and the Creation of Literary Lives.” Author(ity) and the Canon between Institutionalization and Questioning: Literature from High to Late Modernity. Ed. Mihaela Irimia. Bukarest: Institutul Cultural Român, 2011, 36-52.

“Planting National Literature: the Idea of Writer in the Eighteenth Century.” Imitatio-Inventio: The Rise of ‘Literature From Early To Classic Modernity. Ed. Mihaela Irimia and Dragoş Ivana. Bukarest: Institutul Cultural Român, 2010, 314-328.

“Mobilität und Bewegung im englischen Drama der frühen Neuzeit.” Raum und Bewegung in der Literatur: Die Literaturwissenschaften und der Spatial Turn. Ed. Wolfgang Hallet and Birgit Neumann. Bielefeld: transcript, 2009, 213-232.

“The Watchdogs of Eden: Chesterton and Buchan Look at the Present of the Future.” Futurescapes. Ed. Ralph Pordzik. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2009, 185-212.

“Anecdotal Punctures: a Response to François Hartog.” Literary into Cultural History. Ed. Mihaela Irimia and Dragoş Ivana. Bukarest: Institutul Cultural Român, 2009, 165-179.

“Classy Northerners: Class, Space and the Wonderful Illusion.” Thinking Northern: Textures of Identity in the North England. Ed. Christoph Ehland. Amster­dam and New York: Rodopi, 2007, 367-408.

“When Lazarillo Meets Faustus: Negotiations of the Self in the Early Modern World” Das Paradigma des Pi­karesken / The Paradigm of the Picaresque. Ed. Christoph Ehland and Robert Fajen. Hei­del­berg: Winter, 2007, 69-92.

“Stratford upon Avon: Inspection of a Corruption?” Medialised Britain: Essays on Media, Culture and Society. Ed. Jürgen Kamm. Pas­sau: Stutz, 2006, 11-27.

 “Approaching Keats: In Search of the Writer in Fac­tual and Fictional Spaces.” Anglistentag 2005 Bamberg – Proceedings. Ed. Christoph Houswitschka et al. Trier: WVT, 2006, 387-399.

 “Tobias Smollett’s Quixotic Adventures.” Cervantes in the English-speaking World. Ed. D. Fernández-Morera and Michael Hanke. Kassel und Barcelona: Edition Reichenberger, 2005, 107-126.

“Erinnerungsräume: Gehäuse Materieller Verklärung.” William Shakespeare Online, Deutsche Shakespeare Gesellschaft, 2004. [http://www.shakespeare-gesellschaft.de/seminar/ausgabe2004/WSO_2_2004.pdf].

“Literary Commodities: Writer’s Museums and the Tourist’s Imagination.” Anglistentag 2003 München – Proceedings. Ed. Christoph Bode and Hans Sauer. Trier: WVT, 2004, 439-450.

 

Kürzere Beiträge

Handbuchbeiträge / Kürzere Schriften / Rezensionen

Rez. "Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra-Membrives (eds.): Bestsellers - gestern und heute: Ein Blick vom Rand zum Zentrum der Literaturwissenschaft / Bestseller - Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies." Anglistik 29.1, 2018, 174-176.

Rez. “Therese-Marie Meyer: Where Fiction Ends: Four Scandals of Literary Identity Construction.” ZAA 57.2 (2009), 202-3.

 “James Hogg: ‘The Confessions of a Justified Sinner’.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 7. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 592.

“Thomas Heywood: The Fair Maid of the West.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 7. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 465-466.

“Thomas Heywood: ‘A Woman Killed With Kindness’.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 7. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 465.

“Robert Greene: ‘The Blacke Books Messenger’.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 6. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 569.

“Biogramm: James Hogg.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 7. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 592.

“Biogramm: Thomas Heywood.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 7. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 465.

“Biogramm: Robert Greene.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 6. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 568.

“Biogramm: Bernard Mandeville.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 10. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 630.

“Biogramm: John Webster.” Kindlers Literaturlexikon, Bd. 17. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2009, 266.

Rez. “The Fiction of Ian McEwan: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism. Ed. Peter Childs. The Novels of Jeanette Winterson: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism. Ed. Merja Makinen. Hanif Kureishi: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism.” Ed. Susie Thomas. ZAA 56.1 (2008), 87-90.

“New Perspective on Mitchell.” The Speak of the Place 4.2 (2004), 2-4.

Rez. “Luis de Juan: Postmodern Strategies in Alasdair Gray’s ‘Lanark: A Life in 4 Books’.” Anglia 124.2 (2006), 396-400.

Rez. “Valentina Bold: Smeddum: A Lewis Grassic Gibbon Anthology.” Edinburgh University Journal (2002), 196.

“Philip Sidney.” Ästhetik und Kunstphilosophie von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. Ed. Julian Nida-Rümelin. Stuttgart: Kröner, 1998, 742-745.

 

Vorträge

Konferenzbeiträge/Vorträge

24/06/2022, Guest lecture: "Imperial Middlebrow and Miscegenation." Universität Dresden.

09/06/2022, Guest lecture: "Somerset Maugham's 'East of Suez' and the Late-Imperial Condition." Universität Innsbruck.

08/06/2022, Guest lecture: "London and all that: Aspects of a Global City." Universität Jena.

22/05/2021, Conference paper: “Brexit and what it means for the European Union.” Europäische Akademie des Saarlands, Otzenhausen (21-26 May 2021)

27/10/2020, Conference paper: “‘The Continent is Isolated‘. Britische Europavorstellungen zwischen Mythos und Wahrheit.” Die EU zwischen Konfusion und Vision. Zentrum für interdisziplinäre Forschung, Bielefeld (26-27 October 2020).

04/12/2019: Guest lecture: “Paradox Affinities: the Problem of the English Baroque and the Triumph of Rubens.” Ringvorlesung Barock: Kulturtransfer/Transferkultur, Universität Paderborn.

03/05/2019, Conference paper: “London’s War Monuments between Remembrance and Bloody-Mindedness.” Current Topics and Methods in English and American Studies, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (3-4 May 2019).

05/04/2019, Guest lecture: “Brexit and the Role of Germany.” GCSU Milledgeville.

24/04/2019, Guest lecture: “The Afterlife of John Keats.” Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny Krakow.

13/12/2018, Guest lecture: “Puzzling Brexit: Britain and its European Problems”, Europa-Vorlesungen, Universität Paderborn.

21/09/2018, Conference paper: “The Creation of a Second City: Edinburgh’s Literary Topography.” The City as Palimpsest Conference, Uniwersytet Gdański (20-22 September 2018)

02/09/2018, Conference paper: “Monumental Capital: Memories of a Nation before Brexit.” Panel: Europe in Britain – Britain in Europe, 14th ESSE Conference, Masarykova Univerzita Brno (30 August-2 September 2018).

16/06/2018, Conference paper: “Complicit Friends: the Cultural Ambiguities of Empire in Anglo-Indian Writing.” Complicity and the Politics of Representation Conference, Universität Bochum (16-18 June 2018).

25/05/2018, Conference Paper: “Happiness Against All Odds: Incestuous Desires in Early Modern Drama.” Fortune and Felicity and Happiness: Between 1500 and 1750 Conference. Universität Paderborn (24-26 May 2018).

06/12/2017, Guest lecture: “Remember, Remember - From the Cenotaph to Dunkirk: the Memory of War and Brexit.” Ringvorlesung ‘How Now! What News?’ Current (Political) Developments and/of Anglophone Studies, Universität Köln.

01/12/2017, Conference paper (with Christoph Singer): ““Cramful of Snakes and Ghosts: The Anglo-Indian Station in Middlebrow Fiction.” Paradigmatic City Conference, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia (30 November-2 December 2017).

02/11/2017, Workshop seminar: “Challenging Prospects: Approaches to Teaching India.” Teaching and Testing Intercultural and Transcultural Competence, Universität Jena (2-3 November 2017).

13/07/2017, Guest lecture: “Dying Young: The Afterlives of the Romantic Poets.” Ludwig-Maxilians-Universität München.

23/06/2017, Conference paper: “London Monuments: Memories of a Nation before Brexit.” Britain in Europe / Europe in Britain Conference, University of Portsmouth (22-23 June 2017).

24/03/2017, Konferenzvortrag: “The Interracial Dimension of the Anglo-Indian Novel”, Imperial Middlebrow – 1890-1940, University of Reading.

15.10.2016, Konferenzvortrag: “Monumental City: Memories of a Nation before Brexit”, Paradigmatic City Conference, University of Budapest, 14.-16.10.2016.

28.06.2016, Gastvortrag: “Marginal Matters: Prologues and Paratexts in Shakespeare & Co”, Ringvorlesung Shakespeare’s Contemporaries, Universität Gießen.

10.05.2016, Gastvortrag: “Gender Negotiations in the Middlebrow Novel”, Ringvorlesung Gattung und Geschlecht, Universität Paderborn.

25.11.2015, Gastvortrag: “India in the EFL-Classroom”, Universität Jena.

24.09.2015, Konferenzvortrag: “The Impossible Quest of the Middlebrow Hero: The Struggle between Colonial Angst and Cultural Curiosity in the Anglo-Indian Novel”, Anglistentag, Universität Paderborn, 23.-25.09.2015.

20.05.2015, Konferenzvortrag: “The Creation of a Second City: Edinburgh’s Literary Topography”, Critical Topographies Conference, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, 20.-22.05.2015.

02.03.2014, Gastvortrag: “Negotiating Keats: Of Coughs, Graves and Corpses”. University of Mumbai.

17.01.2014, Konferenzvortrag: “The Dangerous "Mittelware" and B.M. Croker's German Success”, European Middlebrow Conference, Brüssel, 17.-18.01.2014.

02.11.2013, Konferenzvortrag: “Milton in Material Culture”, Dante & Milton, University of London, 01.-02.11.2013.

18.05.2013, Gastvortrag: “‘A Bigger Splash’?: The Scott Monument and Commemorative Culture”, Aston University Birmingham.

23.04.-01.05.2013, Gastseminar: “Shakespeare’s History Plays”, Department of English, University of Tartu, Estland.

04.02.- 15.02.2013, Vortragsreise Georgia: “Two World Wars and the Making of the Stereotypical German in British and American Culture.” Stationen: Kennesaw State University, Georgia Tech, Georgia State University, Atlanta Tech, Piedmont College, GSCU Milledgeville, Moorhouse University, Agnes Scott College.

04.12.2012, Konferenzvortrag: “The Panegyric Search for a New Nation: London’s Public Rituals and the Construction of Community under the Stuarts”, Bauten – Rituale – Aufführungen: Medieninnovationen im Nordeuropa des 17. Jahrhunderts, Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, 3.-4.12.2012.

22.11.2012, Konferenzvortrag: “Writers’ Lives and Scottish Cultural Memory”, Literature and Cultural Memory, Universitatea din Bucuresti, 22.-24.11.2012.

24.09.2012, Konferenzvortrag Universität Münster: “Subversive Panegyrik in der englischen Literatur der frühen Neuzeit”, Jahrestagung der Görresgesellschaft, Münster, 23.-25.09.2012.

01.12.2011, Konferenzvortrag: “The Stage is not Enough: Early Modern Theatre and the Challenges of the Brave New World”, Mobility in English and American Literature and Culture, 1500-1900, Universität Gießen/Paderborn, Schloß Rauischholzhausen, 30.11 - 03.12.2011.

23.11.2011, Gastvortrag: “Zwischen hegemonialer Utopie und gesellschaftlicher Realität: Der Englische Barock und Londons Wiederaufbau nach 1666”, Ringvorlesung Barock im Norden?, Universität Paderborn.

11.11.2011, Konferenzvortrag: “Towards a New Order: Pirates and Mariners as Agents of Modernity”, Literature and the Long Modernity, Universitatea din Bucuresti, 10.-12.11.2011.

02.12.2010, Konferenzvortrag: “The Canon and the Author: Death and the Making of the Poet from High to Late Modernity”, Author(ity) and the Canon between Institutionalization and Questioning: Literature from High to Late Modernity, Universitatea din Bucuresti, 02.-04.12.2010.

09.11.2010, Konferenzvortrag: “The Projection of Identity: Travellers in the North of England”, Facteurs d’identité – Colloque franco-allemand Le Mans – Paderborn, Universität Paderborn, 08.-11.11.2010.

16.10.2010, Konferenzvortrag: “Johann Joachim Eschenburg und William-Henry Irelands Shakespeare-Fälschungen”, Johann Joachim Eschenburg (1743-1820) und die Künste und Wissenschaften zwischen Aufklärung und Romantik: Netzwerke und Kulturen des Wissens, Universität Braunschweig, 16.-17.10.2010.

10.07.2010, Konferenzvortrag: “The spy-scattered landscapes of modernity in John Buchan’s ‘Mr Standfast’”, Buchan and the Idea of Modernity, University of London, 10.07.2010.

12.06.2010, Gastvortrag: “The Experience of Mobility in Early Modern England”, Universität Giessen.

12.05.2010, Gastvortrag: “Names writ’ in Water: the Death and Afterlife of John Keats”, City University Birmingham.

13.11.2009, Konferenzvortrag: “Planting National Literature: the Idea of Writer in the Eighteenth Century”, The Rise of ‘Literature’ from Early to Classic Modernity. Universitatea din Bucuresti, 13.-14.11.2009.

27.06.2009, Konferenzvortrag zus. mit Stephan Kohl: “Commercialising Melancholy: The National Trust”, Melancholia as a Central Discourse in English Literary and Cultural History, Universität Augsburg, 25.-28.06.2009.

16.11.2007, Gastvortrag: “Alongside the Text: Victorian Book Illustration and ‘The Lives of the Poets’”, Baylor University, Waco (Texas).

27.10.2007, Konferenzvortrag: “Bloodsucking and Scandalous: Reincarnations of Byron in Modernity”, Byron and Modernity, Vancouver: University of British Columbia, 25.-28.10. 2007.

07.10.2007, Konferenzvortrag: “Dead Poets’ Society: the Picture of the Romantic Artist as a Dead Man”, Romanticism Today, Universität Tübingen, 04.-07.10.2007.

26.05.2007, Konferenzvortrag: “Literary Iconography and Cultural History”, Literary into Cultural History, Universitatea din Bucuresti, 24.-26.05.2007.

03.05.2006, Gastvortrag: “Negotiating Keats: Of Coughs, Graves and Corpses”, University of St. Andrews.

24.02.2006, Gastvortrag: “A Home for the Writer’s Memory: The Biographical Investment of Victorian Literary Culture”, Baylor University, Waco (Texas).

28.11.2005, Gastvortrag: “Keats Revisited”, Humboldt-Universität Berlin.

20.09.2005, Konferenzvortrag: “Approaching Keats: In Search of the Writer in Factual and Fictional Spaces.” Anglistentag, Universität Bamberg, 19.-22.09.2005.

08.09.2005, Konferenzvortrag: “In the Beginning: Early Modern Myths of Selfhood”, Maskerade und Enlarvung: Das Paradigma des Pikaresken, Universität Würzburg, 08.-11.09.2005.

23.07.2005, Konferenzvortrag: “Shakespeare in Space-Age: Memory and Literary Sites”, Material Cultures and the Creation of Knowledge, University of Edinburgh, 22.-24.07.2005.

11.06.2005, Konferenzvortrag: “Theorizing Cultural Landscape: the Case of Stratford”, Culture, Landscape & Environment, Universität Würzburg, 10.-11.06.2005.

09.09.2004, Konferenzvortrag: “Of Thistles and Roses: Nation-Building and the Literary Imagination”, 7th ESSE Conference, University of Zaragossa, 08.-12.09.2004.

23.06.2004, Gastvortrag mit Thomas Leuerer: “‘Brothers who live apart‘. Deutschland aus einer britischen Perspektive”, Ringvorlesung des Collegium Europaeum Jenense, Über Deutschland: Aktuelle fremdsprachige Essayistik zur deutschen Kultur und Politik, Universität Jena.

29.11.2003, Konferenzvortrag: “The Fabrication of Memory: Keats’ Early Death, or the Sense of an Ending”, Romanticism and Forgery, University of Bristol, 29.-30.11.2003.

15.09.2003, Konferenzvortrag: “Literary Commodities: Writers’ Museums and the Tourists’ Imagination”, Anglistentag, Universität München, 14.-17.09.2003.

08.07.2003, Konferenzvortrag: “In the Writer’s Closet: Literary Museums and the Making of England’s Literary History”, Approaches to Englishness: Past, Present and the Future, University of Central England, Birmingham, 08.-10.07.2003.

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