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Fachgebiet / Arbeitsbereich:

Global Literature and its Media with a Focus on Gender Studies

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Vita

Wissenschaftlicher und Beruflicher Werdegang

   

Seit 05/2023

Juniorprofessorin (Tenure Track) für Global Literature and its Media with a Focus on Gender Studies | Freie Universität Berlin                                                                     

2022–2023

Akademische Oberrätin a.Z. | Lehrstuhl für British Studies, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

2019–2023                

 PI (Teilprojektleiterin) | DFG Sonderforschungsbereich „Law and Literature“ (SFB 1385) | TP-Titel: „Literatur und Markt“ (mit Prof. Dr. Petra Pohlmann und Prof. Dr. Corinna Norrick-  Rühl) | WWU Münster

06/2022

 

2016-2022

Venia Legendi für Britische und Anglophone Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft | WWU Münster

Habilitation z. Thema: Emotion’s Empire and the Rise of the Novel. Cultural Politics of Attachment, Grieving and Coping in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1688-1847 | WWU Münster

Sommersemester  

2022

Vertretungsprofessorin (W3) für „British and Anglophone Literature and Culture“ an der Universität Duisburg-Essen (dafür Beurlaubung von der WWU)

2020–2023

 Junges Kolleg | Nordrheinwestfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften und Künste | Wert:

 10,000 € p.a. (für max. 4 Jahre)

2019

 Visiting Scholar | University of Oxford (GB) | College: Lady Margaret Hall |

 Host: Prof. Christine Gerrard | DAAD Forschungsstipendium

2016–2022

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin | Lehrstuhl für British Studies, WWU Münster

2015                          

 Promotion | Thema: „Critical Branding: Postcolonial Studies and the Market“ | WWU 

 Münster

2013–2017

Vorstand | Gesellschaft für Anglophone Postkoloniale Studien (GAPS)

2012–2017

Vorstand | Postcolonial Studies Association (PSA)

2012–2016

Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben| Lehrstuhl für English, Postcolonial and Media Studies, WWU Münster

2011–2012                   

Forschungsaufenthalt | University of Exeter, GB

Doppelstudium:

 

2005–2011

Betriebswirtschaftslehre | WWU Münster | Bachelor of Science

2003–2010

 

Anglistik, Germanistik und Erziehungswissenschaft | WWU Münster | Staatsexamen

2006–2007

Auslandsstudium | University of Exeter, GB

Abgehaltene Lehrveranstaltungen (bis inkl. SoSe 2023 an der WWU Münster)

Vorlesungen

Imperialism and the Gothic, 1760-1900 (WiSe 2022/23)

Postmodern Literature (SoSe 2022) [in Duisburg-Essen]

Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies I (WiSe 2021/2022)

Seminare

Promotions-Level

Promotionskolloquium (mit Prof. Dr. Cornelia Blasberg) (SoSe 2018)

Master-Level

Shakespeare’s Oceans + Research Workshop (WiSe 2022/23)

The 2020s: Pandemic Literature and Viral Theatre (SoSe 2022) [in Duisburg-Essen]

Adaptation: Neo-Victorian Cultural Production (SoSe 2022) [in Duisburg-Essen]

The Romantic Novel Around 1800 (SoSe 2022) [in Duisburg-Essen]

From E-Books to Self-Publishing (interdisziplinär; mit Corinna Norrick-Rühl, Petra Pohlmann, Gernot Sieg) (WiSe 2021/22)

Markt, Recht und Literatur (interdisziplinär; mit Corinna Norrick-Rühl, Petra Pohlmann, Gernot Sieg) (WiSe 2020/2021)

Romanticism in Atlantic Perspective + Research Workshop (WiSe 2020/2021)

Posthumanism in Nineteenth Century Fiction (SoSe 2020)

The Gothic in the Long Eighteenth Century (WiSe 2019/20)

Feeling the Victorians: Emotion in Nineteenth Century Literature (WiSe 2018/19)

Novel and Autobiography in Eighteenth Century Britain (WiSe 2016/17)

Bachelor-Level

Queer Futures (SoSe 2023)

Undergraduate Research Class (SoSe 2023)

Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies II (SoSe 2023; mehrfach)

Utopia/Dystopia: From Thomas More to Brexit (WiSe 2019/20)

Atlantic Poetry across the Centuries (SoSe 2019)

Postcolonial Shakespeare (WiSe 2018/19)

Modernism, Anti-Modernism, Postmodernism (SoSe 2018)

Adaptation and Enlightenment: The Eighteenth Century on Film (SoSe 2017)

Nature: From Romanticism to Ecocriticism (SoSe 2016)

Victorian and Neo-Victorian Literature (SoSe 2016)

Intersectionality (WiSe 2015/16)

What is Identity? (WiSe 2015/16)

Literatures of the African and South Asian Diasporas (SoSe 2015)

The Queer Postmodern: From Foucault to Conchita Wurst (WiSe 2014/15)

Communicating Texts and Theories: Postmodernism (WiSe 2014/15)

Exoticism, Madness and Migration (SoSe 2014)

Communicating Texts and Theories: South African Literature (SoSe 2014)

The Transnational Trajectories of Love and Sexuality (WiSe 2013/14)

Communicating Texts and Theories: Gender and Sexuality in a Postcolonial Framework (WiSe 2013/14)

Imagining Globalisation (SoSe 2013)

The Exotic – From Colonial to Postcolonial Cultural Production (WiSe 2012/13)

Communicating Texts and Theories: Postcolonialism (WiSe 2012/13)

Caribbean Cultural Production: A Historical Overview (SoSe 2012)

Research projects located at the chair of "Global Literature and its Media with a Focus on Gender Studies" are often transhistorical and intersectional in nature. "English Philology" is understood in the sense of "Anglophone" literary and cultural studies, which means that our areas of interest relate not only to Great Britain, but also to other English-speaking countries that have produced significant Anglophone literatures and cultures not least due to Great Britain's colonial history (and often, though by far not always, in critical engagement with this very history). Globality similarly is viewed critically and transhistorically. Engagement with the 'classics' of British literary history often takes place in dialogue with transatlantic and/or colonial contexts. Another research area is the mediality of specific kinds of literary and cultural productions, from film as a medium to digitisation and the book, which includes overlaps with Book Studies that specialise in the production side of literature / books. Here, the intersections of literature with economics or literature and the market, as well as law and literature, become relevant. Another transhistorical field of engagement is Affect Studies or Literary Emotion.

  • British (Anglophone) Studies
  • Postcolonial Studies
  • 18th Century Literature and Culture
  • 19th Century Literature and Culture
  • Law and Literature
  • Citizenship, Exile, Migration
  • The Digital Literary Sphere; Digitalisierung
  • Economic Criticism
  • Posthumanism
  • Literary Emotion, Literary History of Emotion, and Affect Studies
  • Neo-Victorianism
  • Queer & Gender Studies; intersectionality
  • South Africa, Caribbean, Black Britain, Australia, The Atlantic World
  • Early Modern Oceans

Monographs

 

Emotion’s Empire. Reading Attachment, Grieving, and Coping in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1688–1847 [under review]

 

 

2023

with Corinna Norrick-Rühl, Are Books still Different’? Literature as Culture and Commodity in a Digital Age. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

[Open Access]

https://www.cambridge.org/core/elements/are-books-still-different/118D0CF55B20BD6733EC661BA4E490A8

 

 

2018

Critical Branding. Postcolonial Studies and the Market. New York: Routledge.

https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315144825

       Reviewed in:

  • Oxford Academic’s „The Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory” (2019)
  • Journal of Postcolonial Writing (JPW), 2019
  • Interventions. International Journal of Postcolonial Studies (2020)
  • C21 Literature (2023)

 

 

Edited Works

2021

with Pavan Malreddy and Marlena Tronicke, eds. Writing Brexit: Colonial Remains.

Abingdon: Routledge.

https://www.routledge.com/Writing-Brexit-Colonial-Remains/Koegler-Malreddy-Tronicke/p/book/9780367775872

 

 

with Jesper Reddig and Klaus Stierstorfer, eds. Citizenship, Law and Literature. Berlin: DeGruyter.

http://www.degruyter.com/document/isbn/9783110749830/html

 

2020

with Marlena Tronicke, eds. Queering Neo-Victorianism Beyond Sarah Waters, Special Issue of Neo-Victorian Studies.

http://www.neovictorianstudies.com/past_issues/13-1-2020/default.htm

 

 

with Pavan Malreddy and Marlena Tronicke, eds. Writing Brexit: Colonial Remains, Special Issue of Journal of Postcolonial Writing.

https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjpw20/56/5

 

 

with Felipe Espinoza Garrido, Deborah Nyangulu, and Mark Stein, eds. Locating African European Studies: Interventions-Intersections-Conversations. New York: Routledge.

https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429491092

 

2017

“Precarious Urbanity. ‘The Jungle’ (Calais) and the Politics of Performing the Urban.” Postcolonial Text 12,3: 1-15.

https://www.postcolonial.org/index.php/pct/article/view/2309/2125

 

 

Book Chapters

2023

with Corinna Norrick-Rühl, Petra Pohlmann und Gernot Sieg, “Must Writers Be Moral?“: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf ‚Morality Clauses‘ im Literaturbetrieb.” Literatur und Recht: Materialität. Formen und Prozesse gegenseitiger Vergegenständlichung, eds. Eric Achermann, Andreas Blödorn, Corinna Norrick-Rühl and Petra Pohlmann. Berlin: DeGruyter, 71-105.

https://link.springer.com/book/9783662661611

 

2022

“Memorialising African Being and Becoming in the Atlantic World: Affective Herstories by Yaa Gyasi and Bernardine Evaristo.” The Routledge Companion to Gender and Affect, edited by Todd W. Reeser. New York: Routledge, 374–385.

https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.4324/9781003045007-40/memorializing-african-being-becoming-atlantic-world-caroline-koegler

 

 

“Oceans of Non-Relation. Affect and Narcissistic Imperialism in Sea Poetry by James Thomson, Charlotte Brontë, and Hannah More.” Practices of Comparing: Britain in the Long Eighteenth Century, eds. Nadine Böhm-Schnitker and Marcus Hartner. Berlin: DeGruyter, 179-202.

https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783839457993-008/html

 

2021

with Jesper Reddig and Klaus Stierstorfer, “Citizenship-as-Literature, Citizenship-in-Literature.” Citizenship, Law and Literature, eds. Caroline Koegler, Jesper Reddig and Klaus Stierstorfer. Berlin: DeGruyter, 1-12.

https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110749830-001/html

 

 

“Literature and Performative Citizenship: Moshin Hamid’s Exit West (2017).” Citizenship, Law and Literature, eds. Caroline Koegler, Jesper Reddig and Klaus Stierstorfer. Berlin: DeGruyter, 45-46.

https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110749830-004/html

 

2020

“Newfound Futures: Queer Planetary Perspectives on Loss, Exile, and Post-Exile in Jeanette Winterson’s The Stone Gods (2007).” Nach-Exil / Post-Exile. Jahrbuch für Exilforschung, eds. Bettina Bannasch and Katja Sarkowsky. Berlin: DeGruyter, 216-239.

https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110688030-011

 

“The Market as a Dimension of Practice. Commodification, Ideology, and Postcolonial Studies.” Ideology in Postcolonial Texts and Contexts,eds. Katja Sarkowsky und Mark Stein. Leiden: Brill, 43-56.

https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004437456_005

 

 

“Village Du Monde? (Fortress) Europe, the ‘Jungle’ of Calais, and the African European Paradigm.” Locating African European Studies: Interventions-Intersections-Conversations, eds. Felipe Espinoza Garrido, Caroline Koegler, Deborah Nyangulu and Mark Stein. New York: Routledge, 45-61.

https://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429491092-3

 

with Felipe Espinoza Garrido, Deborah Nyangulu, and Mark Stein, “African European Studies as a Critique of Contingent Belonging.” Locating African European Studies: Interventions, Intersections, Conversations. New York: Routledge, 1-28.

https://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429491092-1

 

2017

“At Whose Cost? A Critical Reading of Carolyn Cooper’s Keynote Lecture ‘Cross Talk: Jamaican Popular Music and the Politics of Translation.’” Contested Communities, ed. Susanne Mühleisen. Leiden: Brill, 291-301.

https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004335288_019

 

2015

“Responding and Responsibility: Postcolonial Intertextuality in J.M. Coetzee’s Foe.” Literaturtheorie als Theorie der Gesellschaft, ed. Promotionskolleg Literaturtheorie als Theorie der Gesellschaft. Heidelberg: Winter, 315-342.

 

2013

 

“‘On the Shore of the Mind‘: Derek Walcott’s Transoceanic Collage of Caribbean Identity.” “Die Lyrik ist eine Insel, die sich vom Festland ablöst“Preis der Stadt Münster für Internationale Poesie 2013 an Derek Walcott und Werner von Koppenfels, eds. Hermann Wallmann und das Kulturamt Münster. Münster: Daedalus, 50-57.

 

“‘Am Ufer der Gedanken‘: Derek Walcotts transozeanische Collage karibischer Identität.“ “Die Lyrik ist eine Insel, die sich vom Festland ablöst.” Preis der Stadt Münster für Internationale Poesie 2013 an Derek Walcott und Werner von Koppenfels, ed. Hermann Wallmann, 42-49.

 

 

 

Journal Articles

 

2021

“Ocean and Emotion in Shakespeare’s The Tempest” [under review]

“Uneasy Forms of Interdisciplinarity: Literature, Business Studies, and the Limits of Critique.” Anglistik. International Journal of English Studies 32,3.

https://angl.winter-verlag.de/data/article/10753/pdf/92103006.pdf

 

 

“Follow the Hatred: The Production of Negative Feeling in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (1847).” NOVEL. A Forum on Fiction 54,2: 270-286.

https://doi.org/10.1215/00295132-9004531

 

2020

“Queer Home-Making and Black Britain: Claiming, Ageing, Living.” Interventions. International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 22,7: 879-896.

https://doi.org/10.1080/1369801X.2020.1718536

 

 

with Marlena Tronicke, “Neo-Victorianism’s Queer Potentiality: Livability and Intersectional Imaginaries.” Neo-Victorian Studies 13,1: 1-43.

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4317163

 

with Pavan Malreddy und Marlena Tronicke. “The Colonial Remains of Brexit: Empire Nostalgia and Narcissistic Nationalism.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 56,5: 582-592.

https://doi.org/10.1080/17449855.2020.1818440

 

“Posthumanism and Colonial Discourse: Nineteenth Century Literature and Twenty-First Century Critique.” Reading in Ruins. Exploring Posthumanist Narrative Studies. Special Issue of Open Library of Humanities Journal, eds. Roman Bartosch and Julia Hoydis.

https://doi.org/10.16995/olh.613

 

2019

“Deadly Desires, Dubious Pleasures—Grievability, Status, and the Subjection of Female Autonomy in Eliza Haywood’s Love in Excess (1719).” Women’s Writing 28,1: 20-36.

https://doi.org/10.1080/09699082.2019.1616954

 

2017

“Precarious Urbanity. ‘The Jungle’ (Calais) and the Politics of Performing the Urban.” Postcolonial Text 12,3: 1-15.

https://www.postcolonial.org/index.php/pct/article/view/2309/2125

 

Misc.

Encyclopaedia Entries

2022

with Corinna Norrick-Rühl, Christian Peter, Petra Pohlmann, Lena Schüler, Gernot Sieg, “Markt,” Encyclopedia of Law and Literature, edited by SFB 1385 Recht und Literatur, n.pag.

https://lawandliterature.eu/index.php/de/inhalt?view=article&id=29&catid=11

 

 

“Posthumanism and the Question of Race; or: Posthumanisation in the Colonial Anthropocene,” criticalposthumanism.net. Tagged ANTHROPOCENE, BLACKNESS, COLONIALISM, POSTCOLONIALISM, RACE. Ivan Callus, Stefan Herbrechter, Manuela Rossini, eds.

https://criticalposthumanism.net/posthumanism-and-the-question-of-race-or-posthumanisation-in-the-colonial-anthropocene/

 

2021

“Jackie Kay: Trumpet (1998).” The Literary Encyclopedia. Volume 1.2.1.09: Postwar and Contemporary English Writing and Culture, 1945-present.

https://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=10263

 

2020

“Bernardine Evaristo: Mr Loverman (2013).” The Literary Encyclopedia. Volume 1.2.1.09: Postwar and Contemporary English Writing and Culture, 1945-present.

https://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=38876

 

 

Reviews

2022

“Kristine Steenbergh and Katherine Ibbett eds, Compassion in Early Modern Literature and Culture. Feeling and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021,” Shakespeare Jahrbuch.

 

 

“Kai Wiegandt: J.M. Coetzee’s Revisions of the Human (Palgrave, 2020),” Anglistik. International Journal of English Studies.

https://angl.winter-verlag.de/data/article/11343/pdf/92203013.pdf

 

2020

“Paul Crosthwaite: The Market Logics of Contemporary Fiction (Cambridge University Press, 2019),” Journal of 21st Century Literature.

https://doi.org/10.16995/c21.2918

 

2017

“Judith Butler: Notes Toward a Performative Theory of Assembly,” Symbolism. An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics 17. 285-291.

 

2016

“Pavan Kumar Malreddy, Birte Heidemann, Ole Birk Laursen and Janet Wilson’s Reworking Postcolonialism: Globalization, Labour and Rights,” EACLALS Newsletter.

 

 

Other

2020

“Branding Justice” PSA Newsletter #24. 16-19 Postcolonial Studies Association.

 

2011

with Michael Butt. “Die Wirtschaftskrise aus Sicht der Unternehmensberatungen – eine kritische Analyse.” Arbeitspapier Nr. 51. Münster: Institut für Anlagen und Systemtechnologien.

 

Vorträge

2023

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"Gender and/as Literary Currency in the Anglophone Book Industry" | Freie Universität Berlin | Symposium EXC Temporal Communities, Research Area 4, "Literary Currencies" | 4.12.2023

"To cry to th’ sea that roared to us”: (Affective) Survival in Early Modern Seascapes | Gastvortrag | Universität Bremen | 27.11.2023

The Book as Medium in the 2020s. Re-writing the Publishing Industry from Bibliodiversity to the Digital Literary Sphere | Gastvortrag | Universität Graz | 04/10/2023

Mit Harshan Kumarasingham und Almuth Ebke: Stuart Ward, Untied Kingdom. A Global History of the End of Britain (Cambridge University Press, 2023) | Roundtable Book Launch mit individuellen Vorträgen | Centre for British Studies, Humboldt-Universität Berlin | 13/02/2023

 

46

Pandemic Literature in the Wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Guest Lecture (online), Universität Konstanz, 11/01/2023.

2022

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44

Literary Studies and the Economic: On Interdisciplinarity and the Limits of Critique. Antrittsvorlesung (PD) | Universität Münster | 06/12/2022.

Prizing Non-Citizenship Literature: Behrouz Boochani’s No Friend But The Mountains and the Economy of Literary Nationalism

International Workshop (Münster/Monash University, Melbourne) on “Gender Imbalance in the Book Industry” | Universität Münster | 24/11/2022

 

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42

Reading Attachment in the Early Black Atlantic: From Adam Smith to the Plantation BGECS-Jahrestagung [Bonn Group for Eighteenth-Century Studies] | Universität Bonn | 07/10/21

When Gender Became Deadly? Homes, Lockdowns, and Normativity in Current Pandemic Fiction

ESSE Konferenz | Universität Mainz | 30/08/2022

 

41

The Perishing Organization: Between Pandemic Fiction and Organizational Storytelling in the Wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic. 

Corporations, Communities, Crowds:
The Aesthetics of Collective Agency in Twenty-First Century Culture| Schloss Herrenhausen, Hannover | 21/07/2022

 

40

Transformational Archives, Distant Presence - Between Atlantic Historicity and Digital Renewal.

Gastvortrag, Universität Hamburg, 30/06/2022

 

39

Transregional Queer Imaginaries of Belonging. Polyphonic Gatherings and Archipelagic Archives.

Gastvortrag, Universität Frankfurt | 24/06/2022.

 

38

The End of Men und The Last She - Perspektiven auf Well-Being und Gesellschaft in Aktueller Pandemischer Literatur.

Habilitations-Vortrag, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster | 13/06/2022.

 

37

Implicated Affect, or: Traumatic Attachments – Historical Perspectives.

Contested Solidarities (GAPS annual conference), Universität Frankfurt, 27/05/2022

 

36

From the Black Atlantic to the Digital Black Atlantic: Transformational Archives and Distant Presence.

Gastvortrag, Freie Universität Berlin | 06/05/2022

 

35

Alternative Archives in the Making. From Bernardine Evaristo to the Digital Literary Sphere

Gastvortrag, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen | 25/02/2022

 

34

Grievable Feelings, Capital Constraints: Emotion and/as Property in Henry Mackenzie’s Julia de Roubigné (1777), Anonymous’ The Woman of Colour (1808), and Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre (1847).

Romantic Interventions: From Idealism to Activism | Universität Dortmund | 04/02/2022

33

Kulturelle Ungleichheit: Differenz, Diversität, und Partizipation im VerlagswesenLiteraturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven

Forschungstag der Nordrheinwestfälischen Akademie der Wissenschaften und Künste zum Thema „Ungleichheit“ | 26/01/2022

32

„Torn From Her, From France“: Figurations of Homesickness and Imperial Dread in Sarah Scott’s The History of Sir George Ellison, Henry Mackenzie’s The Man of Feeling and Julia de Roubigné.

British Association for Eighteenth-Century Studies (BSECS) | University of Oxford | 07/01/2022

31

Archipelagic Feeling in The Woman of Colour (1808): Writing Away From / Toward the Colonial Attachment Narrative

Hotspots Lecture Series | English Seminar, Münster | 11/01/2022

2021

30

„Torn From Her, From France“: Figurations of Homesickness and Imperial Dread in Sarah Scott’s The History of Sir George Ellison, Henry Mackenzie’s The Man of Feeling and Julia de Roubigné

Elfte BGECS-Jahrestagung. Zuhause im 18. Jahrhundert | Universität Bonn | 07/10/21

 

29

mit Georgina Lewis, University of Exeter: Whose Boundaries? Joint Perspectives from Sociology and Literary Studies on Forced Migration, Trauma, & the Integrity of Borders

Breaking Boundaries. Reimagining Borders in Postcolonial and Migrant Studies

Manchester Metropolitan | 03/09/21

2020

28

Follow the Hatred: The Production of Negative Feeling in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (1847)”

Brontë2020 | Brontë Parsonage Museum | 04/09/2020

27

Cultural Good or Economic Good? The Book, Fixed Book Prices, and the Singularity of Literature in an Age of Digitisation

Book Studies Lecture Series (Corinna Norrick-Rühl) [Gastvortrag] | University of Münster | 07/07/2020

26

Cinematic Representation and Imperial Politics of Emotion: UK Film Adaptations of 18th Century Slavery and Abolitionism

Gastvortrag, „Imperial Fictions“ Seminar (Dr. Jennifer S. Henke) | Universität Bremen | 31/01/2020

25

The Gothic Horrors of Suicide and Trauma: Failed Coping as Resistance in Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative (1789)

British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Conference (BSECS) | University of Oxford | 09/01/2020

2019

24

Fixed Book Prices, Digitisation, & the Profitable Notion of the Singularity of Literature

Intersections of Finance and Society Conference

University of London |12/12/2019

23

Heathcliff’s Hate, Catherine’s Liberation: Reading Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (1847) as a Fantasy of Violation

Hotspots Lecture Series, English Seminar, Münster | 22/10/2019

22

Adapting Abolitionism, Sentimentalizing Whiteness: Imperialist Politics of Emotion in Contemporary British Film

Zehnte BGECS-Jahrestagung. Das 18. Jahrhundert in Film und Populärkultur | Universität Bonn | 02/10/2019

21

Literature and … Business Studies. Conflicts and Crossovers

Anglistentag | Universität Leipzig | 23/09/2019

20

Branding Justice

PSA (Postcolonial Studies Association) Convention | University of Manchester | 12/09/2019

19

Deeply Affected: Reading Trans-Atlantic Journeys and the Politics of Self-preservation in Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flanders and Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative

ISECS International Congress on the Enlightenment | University of Edinburgh, GB | 18/07/2019

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Deeply Affected: Reading Trans-Atlantic Journeys and the Politics of Self-preservation in Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flanders and Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative

GAPS Konferenz „Postcolonial Oceans- Contradictions and Heterogeneities in the Epistemes of Salt Water“ | Universität Bremen | 30/06/2019

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Magic Pathways, Open Doors: Literature, Performative Citizenship, and Moshin Hamid’s Exit West (2017)

Citizenship, Law and Literature Konferenz | Villa Vigoni, Centro Italo-Tedesco per l’Eccellenza Europea, Italia | 26/03/2019

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mit Pohlmann, Petra | Markt und Literatur

Begehung SFB „Law and Literature“ | Universität Münster | 10/01/2019

2018

15

Grievability, Status, and Deadly Desires in Eliza Haywood’s Love in Excess (1719)

Konferenz „Gendered Emotions“ | University of Sheffield, UK | 29/06/2018

14

The Market as a Dimension of Practice. Commodification, Ideology, and Postcolonial Studies

„Lange Nacht der Postkolonialen Theorie“ | Institut für Politikwissenschaft, WWU Münster | 21/06/2018

13

Sexual Identity and Diaspora: Bernardine Evaristo’s Mr Loverman

Konferenz „On Whose Terms? – Ten Years Later“ | Goldsmiths, University of London, UK | 23/03/2018

2017

12

Precarious Urbanity: ‚The Jungle’ (Calais) and the Politics of Performing the Urban

PSA Convention 2017 | University of London, UK | 18/09/2017

11

Precarious Urbanity: ‚The Jungle’ (Calais) and the Politics of Performing the Urban

GAPS-Konferenz „Representing Poverty and Precarity in a Postcolonial World“ | Universität Bonn | 25/05/2017

10

Precarious Urbanity: ‚The Jungle’ (Calais) and the Politics of Performing the Urban

EACLALS triennial conference „Performing the Urban: Embodiments, Inventories, Rhythms“ | University of Oviedo, Spain | 15/04/2017

9

Sexual Identity and Diaspora: Bernardine Evaristo’s Mr Loverman

Hotspots Lecture Series, English Department Muenster | English Seminar, Münster | 25/01/2017

2016

8

Critical Branding in Postcolonial Studies

ACLALS triennial conference „Stories that Float from Afar“ | University of Stellenbosch, Südafrika | 13/7/2016

7

Postcolonial Studies and the Market

GAPS-Konferenz „The Postcolonial and the Material“ | Universität Augsburg | 05/05/2016

6

Orientalismen in der Postmoderne

Seminar der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung „Königreiche der Ungleichheit: Mechanismen der Ausgrenzung in der Popkultur“ | Akademie Frankenwarte, Würzburg | 15/01/2016

2015

5

A Critique of Ideological Rejections of Market Practices in Postcolonial Studies

GAPS-Konferenz „Ideologies in Postcolonial Texts and Contexts“ | Universität Münster | 15/05/2015

2014

4

Is Our Fascination with Uncommon Wealths Symptomatic of Our Own Frustration with 21st Century Capitalism?

EACLALS triennial conference „Uncommon Wealths“ | Universität Innsbruck, Österreich | 17/04/2014

2013

3

A Note on Interdisciplinary Debate: Postcolonialism and Economics – Commodification, Attitude, and Language Politics [Keynote]

„Platform for Postcolonial Readings at the University of Amsterdam“ | University of Amsterdam, Niederlande | 18/01/2013

2012

2

Do You Sometimes Feel Marginalised? – The Commodification of Marginality in Robert Young’s Postcolonialism. A Very Short Introduction

Conference „Narratives of Difference in the Global Literary Marketplace“ | University of Northampton, UK | 26/10/2012

1

Postcolonialism Meets Business Management

GNEL/ASNEL-Konferenz „Post-Empire Imaginaries“ | Universität Bern, Schweiz | 18/05/2012