Publications and lectures
30 June-02 July 2022: Captivating Criminality 8: Crime Fiction, Femininities and Masculinities (annual conference of the International Crime Fiction Association); (partly financed by the Women's Representatives of University of Bamberg)
27.-29. September 2019: zs. mit Prof. Dr. Christoph Houswitschka. LAPASEC Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference: Final Frontiers: Exploring, Discovering, Conquering in the Age of Enlightenment (financed by Université Franco-Allemande)
Crime Fiction, Femininities and Masculinities: Proceedings of the Eighth Captivating Criminality Conference. Ed. Kerstin-Anja Münderlein. Bamberg UP, forthcoming n.d. BaST series.
Rethinking Gothic Transgressions of Gender and Sexuality: New Directions in Gothic Studies (working title). Ed. Sarah Faber and Kerstin-Anja Münderlein. Routledge, forthcoming c. late 2023.
Genre and Reception in the Gothic Parody. Framing the Subversive Heroine. Routledge, 2022.
Final Frontiers: Exploring, Discovering, Conquering in the Age of Enlightenment. Ed. Kerstin-Anja Münderlein. WVT, 2021.
Assistant editor of Crime Fiction Studies, Edinburgh UP ( https://www.euppublishing.com/loi/cfs). (since 2021)
Essays and chapters
“Excessive Fainting and Parodic Bending: Analysing Socio-political Criticism through the Heroine’s Gendered and Sexualised Body in the Gothic Novel and the Gothic Parody.” Rethinking Gothic Transgressions of Gender and Sexuality: New Directions in Gothic Studies (working title). Ed. Sarah Faber and Kerstin-Anja Münderlein. Routledge, forthcoming c. late 2023, n.pag.
"Parody in William Beckford: Exploring Eighteenth-Century Socio-Political Subversion" Final Frontiers: Exploring, Discovering, Conquering in the Age of Enlightenment. Ed. Kerstin-Anja Münderlein. WVT, 2021. 113-127.
"Introduction." Final Frontiers: Exploring, Discovering, Conquering in the Age of Enlightenment. Ed. Kerstin-Anja Münderlein. WVT, 2021. 1-4.
"'To boldly discuss...: Socio-political discourses in Star Trek: Discovery fanfiction." Fighting for the Future: Essays on Star Trek: Discovery. Ed. Sabrina Mittermeier and Mareike Spychala. Liverpool UP, 2020. 165-185.
"Trauma in the poetry of the Great War: Vera Brittain and the language of gender equality." Kolloquium Forschende Frauen 2019. Beiträge Bamberg Nachwuchswissenschaftlerinnen. Ed. Astrid Schütz, Renata Szczepaniak, and Mona Hess. U of Bamberg P, 2020. 51-71.
"'Perhaps some day the sun will shine again': The (In)ability of Processing War Trauma in Vera Brittain's Poetry." War and Trauma in Past and Present: An Interdisciplinary Collection of Essays. Ed. Chiara Manghi, Mareike Spychala and Lina Strempel. WVT, 2019. 79-90.
"Media, Genre, Reception and Frame: Putting Terms in Relation." Intermediality and the Circulation of Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century. Ed. Hans-Peter Wagner. WVT, 2019. 7-19.
"William Shakespeare, der Sommernachtstraum und der gebührende Ernst." ETA Hoffmann-Theater Bamberg, playbill, June 2018.
"Gothic Space or Gothicised Space?" JEZIK, KNJIŽEVNOST, PROSTOR. Ed. Vesna Lopičić and Biljana Misić Ilić. Nis University Press, April 2017.
"Certainty, Death and Time in the Poetry of the Great War." JEZIK, KNJIŽEVNOST, VREME. Ed. Vesna Lopičić and Biljana Misić Ilić. Nis University Press, April 2016.
Lectures and conference papers
"The Golden Age of British Crime Fiction." PhD colloquium. Budapest, 29 September 2022 (digital presentation).
Panel "Comic Women and Theories of Humour", co-organised by Kerstin-Anja Münderlein, Franziska Quabeck and Zsofia Anna Toth. Mainz, 16th ESSE conference, 31 August 2022.
"She’s funny because she’s not: Austen’s Catherine Morland and Green’s Margaret Marsham. Sneering at the young naïve?" Mainz University, 16th ESSE conference, 29 Aug - 02 Sept 2022.
"Shakespeare and music: Analysing and adapting lyrical texts in Twelfth Night." Workshop together with Theresa Summer. Theme Day and Symposium: From Poetry to Song Lyrics: Analysingand Teaching Verse. Bamberg University, 4-5 Februrary 2022.
"Excessive fainting and parodic bending: analysing socio-political criticism through the heroine’s body in the Gothic novel and the Gothic parody." 15th Biennial HUSSE Conference. Budapest (ditigal event), 27-29 January 2022.
"Women Reprimanding Women: The Gothic Parody and Its Social Criticism." Funny Women. München (digital event), 6-8 May 2021.
“The representation of feminism and sexism in contemporary fanfiction.” FORSCHEnde FRAUEN Kolloqium, University of Bamberg, 23 June, 2020.
"Parody in William Beckford: Exploring 18th-century socio-political subversion." Final Frontiers: Exploring, Discovering, Conquering in the Age of Enlightenment (LAPASEC 2019). Bamberg University, 27-29 September, 2019.
"Mass hysteria in true crime fiction: Mary Bellow Lowndes' The Lodger and Arthur Miller's The Crucible." Captivating Criminality 6. Pescara, Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio," 12-15 June, 2019.
"Trauma in the poetry of the Great War: Vera Brittain and the language of gender equality." FORSCHEnde FRAUEN Kolloqium, University of Bamberg, 04 June, 2019.
"Political and Social Issues in Gothic Parodies versus Gothic Novels." Krosno State College, 25 March, 2019.
"Gothic Parodies: Shifting the Frames of Genre and Reception." Jagiellonian University Krakow, 20 March, 2019.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Supernatural: Insiders Outside or Outsiders Inside?" Captivating Criminality 5. Corsham, Bath Spa University, 27 - 30 June, 2018.
"The Invasion of the Working Class: The Victorian Detective." Captivating Criminality 4. Corsham, Bath Spa University, 30 June - 2 July, 2017.
"The Media Triangle: Genre, Reception and Frame Theory in Gothic Parodies." LAPASEC. Saarbrücken, 8-10 June, 2017.
"Gothic Space or Gothicised Space?" Conference: Language, Literature, Space. Faculty of Philosophy, University of Niš, 28-29 April, 2017.
"Warum es in England keinen Barock gab." VHS Coburg, 19 October, 2016.
"Merlin lives! The Wizard, the Internet and Fanfiction." Conference: Tradition or Myth? The Reception of Medieval European Topics in the Anglo-American and European Spheres, Bamberg, 18-20 July, 2016.
"Certainty, Time and Death in the Poetry of the Great War." Conference: Language, Literature, Time. Faculty of Philosophy, University of Niš, 22-24 April, 2016.
"Female Independence in Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte and Emily Bronte." Ca'Foscari University Venice, 12 December, 2015 and 29 September, 2016.
"The Reception of Dante Alighieri in Victorian Poetry." University of Bamberg, 22 June, 2015.
"Shakespeares Tragödien." VHS Coburg, 16 October, 2014.
"Shakespeares Komödien." VHS Coburg, 8 October, 2014.