Dr. Goulia Ghardashkhani-Otter (Projektleiterin und Projektmitarbeiterin)

Kontakt:

goulia.ghardashkhani(at)uni-bamberg.de
Telefon: +49 (0)951 - 863 2179 (Sekretariat)
Fax:        +49 (0)951 - 863 2184 (Sekretariat)

Besuchsadresse:   Schillerplatz 17, 96047 Bamberg, Raum SP17/02.05
Briefadresse:         Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Lehrstuhl für Iranistik, 96045 Bamberg 

 

Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

*1981 in Zanjan/Iran

 

seit 2020 Projektmitarbeiterin am Lehrstuhl Iranistik in Bamberg (eigene Forschungsstelle, gefördert von der DFG 2019-2022)

2019-2020 Projektmitarbeiterin am CNMS, Fachgebiet Iranistik, Philipps-Universität Marburg

2010-2019 Lehrbeauftragte am CNMS, Fachgebiet Iranistik, Philipps-Universität Marburg

2015-2019 Bibliothekarin an der Universitätsbibliothek Marburg, ‘Persica’

2015-2016 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am CNMS, Fachgebiet Iranistik, Philipps-Universität Marburg

2015 Promotion im Fach Iranistik an der Philipps-Universität Marburg (magna cum laude)

2011-2015 Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft am CNMS, Fachgebiet Iranistik, Philipps-Universität Marburg

2008-2010 Masterstudium der interkulturellen englischsprachigen Literatur an der Universität Bayreuth

1999-2008 Studium der englischen Literatur in Iran, Teheran

Publikationen

Monographien

Another Place: Identity, Space, and Transcultural Signification in Goli Taraqqi’s Fiction. Leiden: Brill, 2017.

 

Aufsätze

“Goli Taraghi”. The Literary Encyclopedia. Veröffentlicht am 30. August 2018 [https://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=13681, letzter Zugriff am 13. April 2020.]

“Persische Literatur des Exils und der Emigration.” Handbuch der Iranistik II. Ed. Ludwig Paul. Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2017.

“Farang Represented: Construction of Self Space in Goli Taraqqi’s Fiction.” Familiar and Foreign: Identity in Iranian Film and Literature. Eds. Mannani, Manijeh and Victoria Thompson. Athabasca: AU Press, 2015. 189-209.

Rezensionen

“The Literature of the Iranian Diaspora: Meaning and Identity since the Islamic Revolution,” Iranian Studies, 2020. DOI: 10.1080/00210862.2020.1728347

 

Vorträge

“Narrative Geometry and the Representation of War in ‘Ali Reza Gholami’s Divar (The Wall),” 9th European Conference of Iranian Studies (ECIS), 9.-13. September 2019, Berlin

“Once Upon a War: Subversive Narratives of the Iran-Iraq War, the Case of Majid Qeysari,” Modern and Contemporary Persian Literature: Genres and Representations, 28.-29. Juni 2018, Marburg

“The Grand Narrative of the “Holy Defense”: Dynamics of Representation and Subversion in Post-Revolutionary Iranian Literature,” 33. Deutscher Orientalistentag (DOT), 18.-22. September 2017, Jena

“Holy Defense and the Diachronic Representation of War Culture in Iranian Post-Revolutionary Prose Literature,” Interdisciplinary Workshop, 19. Mai 2017, Marburg

“The Imaginary Homeland: Iran as a Mosaic of Stereotypes,” 8th European Conference of Iranian Studies (ECIS), 15.-19. September 2015, St. Petersburg

“Leaving the Madhouse: The Function of Self-Narration in Autobiographical Stories,” Workshop on Iranian Contemporary Literature: Fiction, Drama, Literature, 29. Mai 2015, Marburg

“Identity, Narrative Articulation, and the Urge for Self-elimination in Goli Taraqqi’s Early Works,” 21st International DAVO Congress, 25.-27. September 2014, Köln

“Identity, Space and Transcultural Signification in Iranian Emigration Literature,” Academic Workshop of Bamberg Graduate School of Near and Middle Eastern Studies (BaGOS), 25.-26. Oktober 2013, Bamberg

“The Function of the Funny: Cultural Translation and Irony in Firoozeh Dumas and Goli Taraqqi,” 32. Deutscher Orientalistentag (DOT), 23.-27. September 2013, Münster

“Identity, Space and Mobility in Goli Taraqqi’s Man ham Che Guevara hastam,” 1st Triennial Conference of the Scandinavian Society for Iranian Studies (SSIS), 30. März 2012, Oslo

“From Homeland to Diaspora: The Process of Identity Formation in Goli Taraqqi’s Work,” 7th European Conference of Iranian Studies (ECIS), 7.-10. September 2011, Krakau