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Publications

Books

    • Mediating Memory in the Museum. Empathy, Trauma, Nostalgia (Palgrave Macmillan, Memory Studies Series, Series Editors: Andrew Hoskins and John Sutton, October 2013)
    • Co-authored with Christine Mielke: Charleys Tanten und Astas Enkel 100 Jahre Crossdressing in der deutschen Filmkomödie (1912-2012). Trier: WVT 2012 (Filmgeschichte International. Ed. by Uli Jung)
    • Leichen im Keller. Zu Fragen des Gender in Angst¬inszenierungen der Schauer- und Kriminalliteratur, 1790–1830. St. Ingbert: Röhrig 2000 (Mannheimer Studien zur Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft. Ed. by Jochen Hörisch and Reiner Wild, vol. 22).

Edited and co-edited volumes (with a theoretical introduction)

    • Picturing the Family. Media, Narrative, Memory. London: Bloomsbury (forthcoming 2017, including co-authored introduction and single-authored chapter)
    • Adapting the Canon. Remediation, Visualisation, Interpretation. Oxford: Legenda (forthcoming 2017, co-authored introduction and single-authored chapter)
    • Co-edited volume: Picturing the Family. Media, Narrative, Memory. London: Bloomsbury (forthcoming 2017)
    • Co-edited with Jens Andermann: ‘Museums and the Educational Turn: History, Memory, Inclusivity’, Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society 4/2 (2012).
    • Co-edited with Jens Andermann: ‘Memory, Community and the New Museum’ (Special Section), Theory, Culture & Society 29/1 (2012)
    • (Ed) Memory Traces: 1989 and the Question of German Cultural Identity. (Oxford: Peter Lang 2005) (Cultural History and Literary Imagination, University of Cambridge). 343pp.

Articles in peer refereed journals

    • Co-authored with Tea-Sindbaek, ‘Between Transnationalism and Localization: The Pan-European TV Miniseries 14 - Diaries of the Great War’, Image & Narrative 18, No. 1 (special issue ‘The Audiovisual Production of Transcultural Memory in Europe’, guest edited by Astrid Erll and Ann Rigney) (forthcoming 2017)
    • 2016. ‘The body in the pool: reflections on David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars”'. Studies in Gender and Sexuality 17 (1): 73-75.
    • 2015. ‘The Ruin as Memorial – the Memorial as Ruin’, Performance Research 20, No. 3: 94-102.
    • ‘The Ruin as Memorial – the Memorial as Ruin’, Performance Research 20/3 (June 2015): 94-102.
    • The ‘Moving’ Image: Empathy and Projection in the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society 4/2 (2012): 23-24
    • Memory Museum and Museum Text: Intermediality in Daniel Libeskind’s Jewish Museum and W.G. Sebald’s Austerlitz, Theory, Culture & Society 29/1 (2012), pp.14-35
    • Die Novelle als literarisches Kuriositätenkabinett: Gottfried Kellers ‘Die drei gerechten Kammacher’. In: Oxford German Studies 38/2 (2009), pp.159-174.
    • Das Museum als Vermittlungsinstanz von Migrationserfahrungen. In: German as a Foreign Language 3 (2008), pp. 43-58.
    • Schreiblegitimationen und -strategien in Annette von Droste-Hülshoffs Dichtergedichten und ihrem Versepos ‘Des Arztes Vermächtnis’. In: German Life and Letters 57/2 (2004), pp.158-169.
    • “denn das Haus, was wir bewohnen, [...] ist ein Spukhaus”: Fontanes ‘Effi Briest’ und Fassbinders Verfilmung in der Tradition des ‘Female Gothic’. In: The Germanic Review 79/2 (2004), pp.83-113.
    • Vielstimmigkeit und Dialogizität in Nestroys Posse ‘Die verhängnisvolle Faschingsnacht’. In: Sprachkunst 34/1 (2003), 1. Halbband, pp.13-29.
    • ‘Verborgener Umgang mit dem Geheimnisvollen.’ Caroline de la Motte Fouqué und die Schauerromantik. In: Jahrbuch der Fouqué-Gesellschaft. Ed. by Julia Bertschik and Katja Diegmann-Hornig. Berlin 1999, pp.59–77.

Invited chapters in books

    • ‘Memory Studies’, in Trauma and Literature, ed. Roger Kurtz (Cambridge Critical Concepts). Cambridge UP (forthcoming 2017)
    • 2015. ‘Between Memory and Silence, between Family and Nation: Remembering the First World War through Digital Media’, in Beyond Memory: Silence and the Aesthetics of Remembrance, eds Jay Winter and Alexandre Dessingué, 143-162. London: Routledge.
    • ‘Between Memory and Silence, between Family and Nation: Remembering the First World War through Digital Media’, in Beyond Memory: Silence and the Aesthetics of Remembrance. Ed. by Jay Winter and Alexandre Dessingué. London: Routledge 2015, pp.143-162.
    • ‘Medizin, Magie und Magnetismus: Der “Geisterseher” Justinus Kerner (1786-1862)’, in Gespenster. Ed. by Thomas Koebner (München: edition text+kritik 2014), pp.12-28.
    • 'Blaming the Other: English Translations of Benedikte Naubert’s Hermann von Unna (1788/1794)'. In: Popular Revenants: German Gothic and Its International Reception 1800-2000. Edited by Andrew Cusack and Barry Murnane. Rochester: Camden House 2012, pp. 60-75.
    • ‘The spirit of an epoch is not just reflected in pictures and books, but also in pots and frying pans.’ GDR Museums and Memories of Everday Life. In: The GDR Remembered. Representations of the East German State since 1989. Ed. by Caroline Pearce and Nick Hodgin. Rochester: Camden House 2011, pp. 95-111.
    • “Europe’s Mrs Radcliffe”. Benedikte Nauberts Rezeption als Schauerromanautorin im deutsch-englischen Kulturtransfer. In: Der Schauer(roman). Formen - Diskurszusammenhänge - Funktionen. Ed. by Mario Grizelj. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann 2010, pp. 155-176.
    • Mediennostalgie als Medienkritik in W.G. Sebalds Austerlitz (2001). In: Techniknostalgie und Retrotechnologien. Ed. by Andreas Böhn and Kurt Möser. Karlsruher Studien Technik und Kultur vol. 2. Karlsruhe: KIT Scientific 2010, pp. 167-181.
    • “Dies ist meine Mütze” oder: Zum Verhältnis zwischen Worten und Dingen in Günter Eichs Inventur. In: Lyrik im historischen Kontext. Festschrift für Reiner Wild. Ed. by Andreas Böhn, Ulrich Kittstein and Christoph Weiß. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann 2009, pp. 334-344.
    • Lichtspiel im Königreich der Schatten: Geisterphotographie und Vampirfilm. In: Dracula Unbound. Kulturwissenschaftliche Lektüren des Vampirs. Ed. by Christian Begemann, Britta Herrmann and Harald Neumeyer. Freiburg: Rombach 2008, pp.241-261.
    • Musealisierungsphänomene im Werk Adalbert Stifters. In: Ordnung – Raum – Ritual. Adalbert Stifters artifizieller Realismus. Ed. by Sabina Becker and Katharina Grätz. Heidelberg: Winter 2007, pp.41-67.
    • Die Konstanz der Ruine. Zur Rezeption traditioneller ästhetischer Funktionen der Ruine in städtischer Baugeschichte und im Trümmerfilm nach 1945. In: Die zerstörte Stadt. Mediale Repräsentationen urbaner Räume von Troja bis SimCity. Ed. by Andreas Böhn and Christine Mielke. Bielefeld: Transcript 2007, pp.251-272.
    • Remembering the Future: Utopian and Dystopian Aspects of Glass and Iron Architecture in Walter Benjamin, Paul Scheerbarth, and W.G. Sebald. In: Imagining the City. Vol. 1. The Art of Urban Living. Ed. by Christian Emden, Catherine Keen and David Midgley. Oxford: Peter Lang 2006, pp.149-169.
    • Wiedergängerische Texte. Die intertextuelle Vernetzung des Vampirmotivs in E.T.A. Hoffmanns Vampirismus-Geschichte. In: Poetische Wieder­gänger. Deutschsprachige Vampirismus-Diskurse vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart. Ed. by Julia Bertschik and Christa Agnes Tuczay. Tübingen: Francke Verlag 2005, pp.129-145.
    • G.B. Piranesis architektonische Carceri-Visionen (1750/61) als Vor­läufer schauerromantischer Angsträume. In: Frauen­­­­­blicke – Männer­blicke – Frauenzimmer. Studien zu Blick, Geschlecht und Raum. Ed. by Waltraud Fritsch-Rössler. St. Ingbert: Röhrig 2002, pp.307-322.
    • ‘Are you sure they are all horrid?’ Jane Austen's ‘Northanger Abbey’ als Parodie auf die Gattung der Gothic Novels. In: Formzitate, Gattungs­parodien, ironische Form­verwendung: Gattungs­formen jenseits von Gattungs­grenzen. Ed. by Andreas Böhn. St. Ingbert: Röhrig 1999, pp.109–133.
    • Die Lust an der Angst. Zur Schauerliteratur von Autorinnen um 1800. In: Geschlecht – Literatur – Geschichte I. Ed. by Gudrun Loster-Schneider. St. Ingbert: Röhrig 1999, pp.55–79.
    • ‘Ich ward, was des Mädchens Vergehen betrifft, aus dem Gespräch der Herren nicht klug’. Eduard Mörike und das Rätsel der ‘Lucie Gelmeroth’. In: “Der Sonnenblume gleich steht mein Gemüthe offen”. Neue Studien zum Werk Eduard Mörikes. Ed. by Reiner Wild. St. Ingbert: Röhrig 1997, pp.91–118.

Chapters in books

    • Cross-dressing and National Stereotypes: The German-Hollywood Connection. In: Companion to German Cinema. Ed. by Terri Ginsberg and Andrea Mensch. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell 2012, pp.379-404.
    • Napoleon, the Museum, and Memory Politics in Caroline de la Motte Fouqué’s ‘Geschichte der Moden’ (1829–30). In: Women against Napoleon. Historical and Fictional Responses to his Rise and Legacy. Ed. by Waltraud Maierhofer, Gertrud M. Rösch and Caroline Bland. Frankfurt/M., New York 2007, pp.205-219.
    • Erinnerungspoetik als ‘Naturgeschichte der Zerstörung’? Die Rezeption von W. G. Sebalds ‘Luftkrieg und Literatur’ (1999) in Deutschland und Großbritannien. In: Wende des Erinnerns? Geschichtskonstruktionen in der deutschen Literatur nach 1989. Ed. by Olaf Hildebrand, Barbara Beßlich and Katharina Grätz. Berlin: Erich Schmidt 2006, pp.115-132.
    • Memory Cultures: The Imperial War Museum North and W.G. Sebald’s ‘Natural History of Destruction’. In: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik. Sonderband: Bombs Away. Representing the Air War over Europe and Japan. Ed. by Wilfried Wilms and William Rasch. Amsterdam: Rodopi 2006, pp.295-311.
    • Ich erinnere, also bin ich? Maschinen – Menschen und Gedächtnismedien in Ridley Scott's ‘Blade Runner’ (1982/1992). In: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik. Sonderband: Textmaschinenkörper. Genderorientierte Lektüren des Androiden. Ed. by Eva Kormann, Anke Gilleir, and Angelika Schlimmer. Amsterdam: Rodopi 2006, pp.225-242.
    • Themepark GDR? The Aestheticisation of Memory in post-Wende Museums, Literature and Films. In: Cultural Memory and Historical Consciousness in the German-Speaking World since 1500. Papers from the Conference ‘The Fragile Tradition’, Cambridge 2002. Vol. 1. Ed. by Christian Emden and David Midgley. Oxford: Peter Lang 2004, pp.253-280.

Encyclopedia and handbook articles

    • 'Geister und Dämonen’, in: Phantastik: Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch. Ed. by Hans-Georg Brittnacher and Markus May (Stuttgart: Metzler Verlag 2013), pp. 376-384.
    • ‘Auguste Groner’. In: Killy Literaturlexikon. Autoren und Werke des deutschsprachigen Kulturraums (Neuausgabe). Ed. by Wilhelm Kühlmann. Bd. 4: Fri-Hap. Berlin: de Gruyter 2009.
    • ‘Alltag/Alltäglich’. In: Metzler Lexikon Ästhetik. Ed. by Achim Trebeß. Stuttgart, Weimar: J.B. Metzler 2006, pp.9–12.
    • Eight articles in the encyclopedia Werklexikon deutsch­sprachiger Prosaautorinnen und Dramatikerinnen 1730–1900. Ed. by Gudrun Loster-Schneider and Gaby Pailer. Tübingen and Basel: Francke Verlag 2006.
      - Annette von Droste-Hülshoff: ‘Des Arztes Vermächtnis’
      - Sophie Albrecht: ‘Graumännchen oder Die Burg Rabenbühl’
      - Charlotte von Glümer: ‘Die graue Nonne’
      - Auguste Groner: ‘Ermordet?’
      - Elisabeth Hollmann: ‘Hinko von Waldstein mit der eisernen Tasche’
      - Caroline de la Motte Fouqué : ‘Magie der Natur. Eine Revolutions-Geschichte’
      - Benedikte Naubert: ‘Fontanges’
      - Henriette von Paalzow: ‘Godwie-Castle’
    • Four articles in Mörike-Handbuch. Leben – Werk – Wirkung. Ed. by Inge and Reiner Wild. Stuttgart, Weimar: J.B. Metzler 2004.
    • - Lucie Gelmeroth
      - Bildende Kunst
      - Mörike als Zeichner
      - Illustrationen

Book reviews

    • Ben Hutchinson: W. G. Sebald – Die dialektische Imagination. Berlin: de Gruyter 2009. In: Modern Language Review 106/3 (2011), pp.924f.
    • W. G. Sebald: History – Memory – Trauma. Ed. by Scott Denham and Mark McCulloh. Berlin 2006. In: Modern Language Review 103/2 2008, pp.600f.
    • Verhandlungen über die Vergegenwärtigung der Vergangenheit in der Literatur des späten 19. Jahrhunderts. Review on Katharina Grätz: Musealer Historismus. Die Gegenwart des Vergangenen bei Stifter, Keller und Raabe. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter 2006. In: IASLonline (21.01.2008).
    • That Was the Wild East. Film Culture, Unification, and the ‘New Germany’. By Leonie Naughton. Ann Arbor 2002. In: German History 23/1 (2005), p.139f.

Talks, workshops and conference papers

    • Talk at the GIF Workshop ‘Going Home: Familiarity, Memory and Atmosphere in German and Israeli Museums’ (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 4-6 January 2017)
    • Talk at International Conference COST Action ‘In search of transcultural memory in Europe’ (ISTME) Locating and Dislocating Memory (University College Dublin, 1-3 September 2016)
    • Invited talk at the Workshop ‘Transforming the Museum: An Exploration’ (27/28 May 2016, Jewish Museum Berlin)
    • Invited talk at the conference Conventions of Proximity in Art, Theatre and Performance at Birkbeck (5/6 May 2016)
    • Invited Talk at the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies (University of Glasgow, 12 February 2016)
    • Talk at International Conference COST Action ‘In search of transcultural memory in Europe’ (ISTME) The Audiovisual Production of Transcultural Memory in Europe (Dubrovnik, 17-19 September 2015)
    • Talk at the International Conference The Audiovisual Production of Transcultural Memory in Europe (Dubrovnik, 17-19 September 2015)
    • Invited talk at International Conference Erinnerung und Emotion. Postkoloniale und geschlechtertheoretische Perspektiven (Centre for Postcolonial and Gender Studies, Trier/Germany, 2-4 July 2015)
    • Talk Remembering Ruins (Waterstones), Arts Week 2015, 19 May 2015.
    • Co-organiser of the symposium The Redesign of the Imperial War Museum (London): Memory and History Reconsidered (Senate House, University of London, 13 March 2015)
    • Organiser of the conference Mobile and Mobilising Memories: the Centenary and its Effects on First World War Memory in Europe (Birkbeck, 21 February 2015)
    • Talk Remembering Ruins (Birkbeck, University of London), Arts Week 2015, 19 May 2015.
    • Paper at Conference Digital Memories, Digital Methods: Transcultural Memory in Europe Beyond Web 2.0 (Central European University, Budapest) (28.9-1.10.2014)
    • Co-organiser of workshop Marginal Memories, Dominant Narratives? The Dynamics of Forgetting and Remembering in the Context of the First World War Centenary (University of Copenhagen) (21/22 August 2014)
    • Co-organiser of conference Picturing the Family: Media, Narrative, Memory (Birkbeck, University of London, 10/11 July 2014) with exhibtion in Peltz Gallery Family Ties: Reframing Memory (3-25 July 2014)
    • Plenary at a one day conference 1914-1944: Clashing Anniversaries or Multi-Directional Memories (University of Chichester) (13 June 2014)
    • Keynote 'What remains? Sites, icons and the concretisation of memory in memorial museums' at conference in Buenos Aires funded by the British Academy International Partnership and Mobility (IPM) Scheme, Commemoration, New Audiences and Spaces of Memory in Latin America’s Southern Cone: Trans-cultural Dialogues in the Wake of Loss (27/28 March 2014)
    • “Remembering What Happened At This Site: In Flanders Fields (Ypres) and the Militärhistorische Museum Dresden”, Inaugural Session of the Cultural Memory Seminar Series Spaces of Memory in Comparative Perspective: Performing Life in Former Sites of Suffering and Death at the Institute of Modern Languages Research (University of London) (26 October 2013)
    • In collaboration with Charlie Keitch (IWM, London): ‘Interpreting the First World War Through Digital Media’, International Conference ‘Challenging Memories: Silence and Empathy in Heritage Interpretation’, Buckfast Abbey (17-19 July 2013)
    • ‘Who owns the Memory of Spitalfields, London’? Migration and Prosthetic Memory in 19 Princelet Street and 18 Folgate Street’. Paper at the International network meeting MYMEM “Memory Agency, Mediality and Narrativity” in Paris (13-14 June 2013)
    • Paper at the conference Migration, Memory and Place at the University of Copenhagen and ARKEN, Museum of Modern Art, Ishøj: 'The Suffering of Others: Migration, Prosthetic Memory and Empathy in the Museum' (5-7 December 2012).
    • Talk at Birkbeck Arts Week: ‘Post-nostalgia in the Museum: Dennis Severs and 18 Folgate Street’ (14 May 2012) and introduction to Ernst Lubitsch’s silent film ‘I don’t want to be a man! (Germany 1918) (18 May 2012).
    • Workshops AHRC Network ‘Silence, Memory and Empathy in Museums and at Historic Sites’ (30 March and 6 July 2012)
    • Paper in the Cultural Memory Research Series at the CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF CULTURAL MEMORY: “The ‘Moving’ Image: Empathy and Projection in the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool (25 February 2012).
    • Talk at the launch of the MA Romantic Studies: ‘Uncanny Technologies’ (23 May 2011).
    • Paper at the co-organised “Gender and Memory” conference at Birkbeck: “Gender and Family Memory in Sebald’s The Emigrants and Maron’s Pavel’s Letters” (30 September/1 October 2010).
    • Invited talk at the International Conference “Remembering and Rethinking the GDR: Multiple Perspectives and Plural Authenticities?” (‘After the Wall’ Research Network), 8-10 September 2010, Bangor University: “GDR Museums and Everyday Memory”.
    • Invited talk at the launch of the Birkbeck MA Museum Cultures: “GDR Museums and Memories of Everyday Life, Birkbeck (March 2010)
    • Paper at the ‘Transcultural Memory’ Conference jointly organised by the Department of English and Comparative Literature, Goldsmiths, University of London, and the Centre for the Study of Cultural Memory, Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London (February 2010): “Memorial Museum – Memory Museum”.
    • Organiser and convenor of first workshop “Memory and Politics, Memory and Media” (April 2009) in the AHRC funded research project “After the Wall: Remembering and Representing the GDR”.
    • Presentation of AHRC project “After the Wall: Remembering and Representing the GDR” at the CUTG in Belfast (April 2009).
    • Invited paper at the International Conference in Halle, Germany “Popular Visions. The German Schauerroman around 1800 and its International Context”: “Blaming the Other: The Schauerroman and Anglo-German Cultural Transfer” (January/February 2009).
    • Invited paper at the Workshops “Technology Nostalgia and Retro Technology” at the Landesmuseum für Technik und Arbeit, Mannheim (Germany): “Mediennostalgie in W.G. Sebalds Austerlitz (2001)” (January and June 2009).
    • Paper at the HAFVM symposium “The Making and Remaking of post-1945 European Memory” at Birkbeck: “The Boom of Memory Museums” (October 2008).
    • Paper at the International and Interdisciplinary Conference on W.G. Sebald at the University of East Anglia, Norwich: “The Museum, Memory Media and Media Nostalgia in Sebald’s Austerlitz” (September 2008).
    • Paper at the Conference “Word, Image and Sound: Intermediality in German Cultural Discourse” hosted by the Association for Modern German Studies at Bangor University: “Hybridity and Intermediality in F W Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922)” (27-28 June 2008).
    • Paper at the co-organised Workshop “The State We’re In - Museums, Narrativity, Identity”: at the Birkbeck Institute of the Humanities, London (June 2008): “Memory Diversification in Landscapes of Remembrance”.
    • Invited paper at the Workshop: “Curiosity in German Literature and Culture from 1700 to the Present” at Wadham College, Oxford: “Curiosity in the Closet: Kuriositäten jenseits des Kuriositätenkabinetts” (May 2008).
    • Invited paper at the Conference “How to Make a Monster. Zur kulturellen Konstruktion und Codierung von Schreckgestalten” at the University of Oldenburg: “Das monstroese Medium oder: Der Film gebiert Ungeheuer” (October 2007).
    • Paper at the Interdisciplinary Conference “Constructions of Conflict: Transmitting Memories of the Past in European Historiography, Literature and Media” hosted by MEICAM, the Modern European Ideologies, Conflict and Memory Research Group, Swansea University: “London can take it! Remembering the Air War, Reliving the Blitz: Iconic Images of the Bombed Cities during World War II and their Instrumentalisation for Current Conflicts in Britain and Germany” (September 2007).
    • Invited paper at the Conference “Migrant experiences in post-unification Germany” hosted by the Association for Modern German Studies at the Goethe Institut, London: “Das Museum als Vermittlungsinstanz von Migrationserfahrungen” (April 2007).
    • Invited paper at the International Conference “Dracula Unbound. Kulturwissenschaftliche Lektüren des Vampirs“ at the University of Bayreuth (Germany): “Licht erzeugt Schatten. Geisterphotographie und zwei frühe Vampirfilme” (2006).
    • Invited lecture at the Humanities Research Centre (ANU, Canberra): “Architecture as Memory Media in Walter Benjamin and W.G. Sebald” (2005).
    • Paper at the International Interdisciplinary Conference “Imagining the City” (St John’s College, Cambridge): “Urban Utopia or Dystopia? Phantasmagoria of Glass and Steel from Walter Benjamin to W.G. Sebald” (2004).
    • Paper at the International Conference “Wende des Erinnerns? Geschichtskonstruktionen in der deutschen Literatur nach 1989” (University of Freiburg): “Literatur als eine ‘Naturgeschichte der Zerstörung’? Die Rezeption von W.G. Sebalds Luftkrieg und Literatur in Deutschland und Großbritannien” (2004).
    • Paper at the Symposia of the Centre for the Study of Location, Memory and Visuality, Manchester Metropolitan University (IWM North, Manchester): “A Natural History of Destruction? The Imperial War Museum (North) and W.G. Sebald” (2004).
    • Paper at the International Workshop “Cultural Diversity, Transnationalism and the Comic” (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada): Cross-Dressing and National Stereotypes: The German-Hollywood Connection (2004).
    • Paper at the International Conference: “The Fragile Tradition: The German Cultural Imagination since 1500” (St John’s College, Cambridge): “Der Kult des Erinnerns: Musealisierungsprozesse in Wenderomanen und -filmen” (2002).
    • Paper at the Annual Conference of the 26. International Discussions of the Nestroy-Society (Schwechat): “Karneval als Motiv und Textstrategie in Nestroys Posse Die verhängnisvolle Faschingsnacht” (2000).
    • Invited lecture at the Droste-Society at the University of Münster: “Annette von Droste-Hülshoffs Dichtergedichte” (2000).
    • Paper at the Annual Conference of the German Studies Association in Atlanta (USA): “‘Ob Traum, ob Wirklichkeit, das fragt sich hier’. Annette von Droste-Hülshoffs Versepos Des Arztes Vermächtnis” (lectures at the University of Waterloo, Queen’s University, Kingston and the University of Toronto, Canada) (1999).