Publikationen

Bücher:

 

Alfred Döblin: Monsters, Cyborgs and Berliners, 1900-1933 (Cambridge: MHRA, 2021), in Vorbereitung.

Hg. mit Ina Linge, Biological Discourses: The Language of Science and Literature around 1900 (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2017), 428 S.

 

Artikel und Kapitel:

 

'Monsters and other cyborgs: the 'post-human' in Berge Meere und Giganten', in: Steffan Davies and David Midgley (Hg.), Internationales Alfred-Döblin-Kolloquium Cambridge 2017: Natur, Technik und das (Post-)Humane in den Schriften Alfred Döblins (Bern: Peter Lang, 2019), S. 243-59.

(mit Ina Linge), 'Introduction: Can Science and Literature Share a Language?', in: Robert Craig & Ina Linge (Hg.), Biological Discourses: The Language of Science and Literature around 1900 (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2017), S. 1-30.

'The City as Creature: Reconfiguring the Creaturely Self in Alfred Döblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz', in: Robert Craig & Ina Linge (Hg.)., Biological Discourses: The Language of Science and Literature around 1900 (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2017), S. 397-422. 

'"Ist die Schwarze Köchin da? Jajaja...": Mimesis and Günter Grass's Die Blechtrommel', Monatshefte, 108:1 (2016), 99-119.

'Dilthey, Gadamer, and Facebook: Towards a New Hermeneutics of the Social Network', The Modern Language Review, 110:1 (2015), 184-203.

(mit Holger Sievert), 'Using International Corporate Communication Theory for the Strategic Practice of Merger Communication - Why the Globally Oriented DaimlerChrysler Deal Had to End Up in Conflict Because of a Failure to Take Communicational Issues Into Account', in Z.C. Li & C.A. Spaulding (Hg.), 15th International Public Relations Research Conference - Using Theory for Strategic Practice Through Global Engagement and Conflict Research: March 8-10, 2012, S. 584-613.

 

Rezensionen:

 

The Cambridge Companion to Literature and Science, Hg. Steven Meyer (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018), Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, 256 (2019), im Druck.

 

 

Tagungen und Workshops:

 

'Ecocriticism and the Anthropocene in German Literature': Vortragsrunde und Podiumsdiskussion (Mitorganisatorin: Dr. Nicola Thomas (Oxford)), Annual Conference of the Association for German Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, University of Bristol, September 2019.

Biological Discourses: The Language of Science and Literature around 1900 (Mitorganisatorinnen: Dr. Anja Neumann und Dr. Ina Linge (Cambridge)), University of Cambridge, April 2015.

 

Vorträge:

 

'Learning from Psychiatry? Alfred Döblin between medicine and literature'. Fachkonferenz: The Pathological Body. European Literary and Cultural Perspectives, Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London, September 2019.

'Cyborgs and Other Monsters: the "post-human" in Berge Meere und Giganten. Tagung: Internationales Alfred-Döblin-Kolloquium, University of Cambridge, September 2017.

'Strange New World: Döblin's Dystopian Utopia.' Tagung: Annual Conference of the Association for German Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, University of Warwick, September 2017. 

'The Creaturely Carnival: Alfred Döblin's Strange Hermeneutics of the Everyday.' Tagung: Fortieth German Studies Association Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, September 2016.

'"I looked for myself... but found the world": Looking for a New Hermeneutics in Alfred Döblin's Literary Anthropologies and Biologies.' Tagung: Biological Discourses: The Language of Science and Literature around 1900, University of Cambridge, April 2015.

'"Langsam, langsam singt der Tod": Life, Death, and Redemption in Alfred Döblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz.' Kolloquium: Death and the Afterlife in German Literature and Culture: Cambridge -- Chicago -- Berlin Graduate Workshop, University of Chicago, Juli 2014.

'"Wir wissen, was wir wissen": Rethinking the Metropolitan Subject in Alfred Döblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz.' Tagung: Annual Conference of the Association for German Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, University of Manchester, April 2014.

'"Man lerne von der Psychiatrie": The Case of Alfred Döblin.' Fachkonferenz: German Literature and Biological Thought around 1900.The Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London, März 2014.

'"Vom Leben mehr verlangen als das Butterbrot": The normal, the strange, and the metaphysical in Alfred Döblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz.' Tagung: Norms, Normality, and Normalization: DAAD Postgraduate Conference & Summer School. University of Nottingham, Juli 2013.