Other Publications

Monograph

Edited Collections

  • ed. with Dagmar Schlueter, “A Fantastic and abstruse Latinity”? Hiberno-Continental Cultural and Literary Interactions in the Middle Ages, Studien und Texte zur Keltologie (Münster: Nodus, 2017), in press

  • Challenging Canadian Multiculturalism, spec. issue of LWU: Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 45.3-4 (2014 for 2012): 145-275.

  • ed. with Kirsten Sandrock and J. Derrick McCLure, Scottish Renaissances, spec. issue of European Journal of English Studies 18.1 (2014)

  • ed. with Claus Uhlig, Europa zwischen Antike und Moderne: Beiträge zur Philosophie, Literaturwissenschaft und Philologie, Beiträge zur Neueren Literaturwissenschaft (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2013) [527pp]

  • ed. with Marcus Callies and Astrid Lohöfer, Bi-directionality in the Cognitive Sciences: Avenues, Challenges, and Limitations, Human Cognitive Processing 30 (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2011) [309pp]

  • ed. with Wendy Marie Hoofnagle, Other Nations: The Hybridization of Medieval Insular Mythology and Identity, Britannica et Americana 3: 27 (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011) [247pp]

  • ed. with Gene Walz, Screening Canadians: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Canadian Film(Marburg: Universitätsbibliothek, 2008) [195pp]

  • ed. with Sonja Fielitz, Literature as History/History as Literature: Fact and Fiction in Medieval to Eighteenth-Century British Literature (Frankfurt/Main: Lang, 2007) [214pp]

  • Tales and Typescripts: Carol Shields and the Creative Process, spec. section of Ahornblätter 19 (2007): 161-231

  • ed. with Martin Kuester, Writing Canadians: The Literary Construction of Ethnic Identities (Marburg: Universitätsbibliothek, 2002)


Articles (since 2006)

  • “‘Therout com so gret a noyse’: The Harmony of the Spheres and Chaucerian Poetics,” Sing aloud Harmonious Spheres: Renaissance Conceptions of the Pythagorean Doctrine of Cosmic Harmony, edited by Jacomien Prins and Maude Vanhaelen (London: Routledge, 2017), in press

  • “Eingebildetes Wissen: Imaginationstheorie, Haushalt und Kommerz in spätmittelalterlichen britischen Traumvisionen,” in Humanistische Ökonomien des Wissens, edited by Judith Frömmer and André Otto, spec. issue of Zeitsprünge 21.3-4 (2017): 339-359

  • “Arrogant Authorial Performances: From Chaucer’s Cressida to Shakespeare’s Criseyde,” in Love, History and Emotion in Chaucer and Shakespeare: “Troilus and Criseyde” and “Troilus and Cressida,” edited by Andrew James Johnston Russell West-Pavlov, and Elisabeth Kempf (Manchester University Press, 2016), pp. 141-156

  • “Genres and Developments in Medieval Poetry: The Fifteenth Century,” in A History of British Poetry: Genres – Developments – Interpretations, edited by Sibylle Baumbach, Birgit Neumann, and Ansgar Nünning, WVT-Handbücher zum Literaturwissenschaftlichen Studium 18 (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2015), pp. 41-54

  • “Challenging Canadian Multiculturalism: Introduction,” in Challenging Canadian Multiculturalism, edited by Wolfram R. Keller, spec. issue of LWU: Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 45.3-4 (2014 for 2012): 145-157

  • “Geoffrey Chaucer’s Mind Games: Household Management and Aesthetics in the Prologue to the Legend of Good Women,” in From Peterborough to Faëry: The Poetics and Mechanics of Secondary Worlds, edited by Thomas Honegger and Dirk Vanderbeke (Zurich: Walking Tree, 2014), pp. 1-24

  • with Jocelyn Keller, “‘Now is the Time’: Shakespearean Temporalities in Akira Kurosawa’s Ran,” in The Medieval Motion Picture: The Politics of Adaptation, edited by Andrew James Johnston, Maggie Rouse, and Philip Hinz, New Middle Ages (Houndmills: Palgrave, 2014), pp. 19-40

  • “Chaucer und Boccaccio: Literarische Autorschaft zwischen Mittelalter und Moderne,” in Giovanni Boccaccio in Europa: Studien zu seiner Rezeption in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit, edited by Achim Aurnhammer and Rainer Stillers, Wolfenbütteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissanceforschung (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2013), pp. 261-275

  • “Chaucers Klang(t)räume: Chaucer, Boethius und die Harmonie,” in Europa zwischen Antike und Moderne: Beiträge zur Philosophie, Literaturwissenschaft und Philologie, edited by Claus Uhlig and Wolfram R. Keller, Beiträge zur neueren Literaturgeschichte (Heidelberg: Winter, 2013), pp. 99-124

  • “Canadian Popular Classics: Recycling Homer’s Odyssey in Novels by Frederick Philip Grove, Robert Kroetsch, and Margaret Atwood,” in ranam 45 (2012): 37-50

  • “Evolutionary Art: Charles Dickens’s Bleak House and the Ovidian Metamorphosis of the Victorian Novel,” in Telling Stories/Geschichten erzählen: Literature and Evolution/Literatur und Evolution, edited by Carsten Gansel and Dirk Vanderbeke, spectrum Literaturwissenschaft/spectrum literature 26 (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012), pp. 310-326.

  • “Penelopean Transtlanticism: Margaret Atwood’s Penelopiad and the Translation of Empire,” in Narratives of Crisis – Crisis of Narrative, edited by Martin Kuester et al. (Augsburg: Wißner, 2012), pp. 22-41.

  • Shakespearean Medievalism: Conceptions of Literary Authorship in Richard II and John Lydgate’s Troy Book,” in Medievalism, edited by Ute Berns and Andrew James Johnston, special issue of European Journal of English Studies 15.2 (2011): 129-142

  • “Auktoriale Godgames: Die transgressive Selbst-Institutionalisierung literarischer Autorschaft in William Shakespeares Measure for Measure und Ben Jonsons Volpone,” in Ereignis Literatur: Institutionelle Dispositive der Performativität von Texten, edited by Csongor Lörincz, Lettre (Bielefeld: transcript, 2011), pp. 379-408

  • with Astrid Lohöfer and Christine Ott, “How Novels Feel: Emotional and Rational Reading Processes in Contemporary Fiction,” Bi-directionality in the Cognitive Sciences: Avenues, Challenges, and Limitations, Human Cognitive Processing 30 (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2011), pp. 83-100

  • with Marcus Callies and Astrid Lohöfer, “Bi-directionality: Avenus, Challenges, and Limitations,” in Bi-directionality in the Cognitive Sciences: Avenues, Challenges, and Limitations, Human Cognitive Processing 30 (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2011), pp. 1-18

  • “Authorizing Trojan England: Mythological Transgression and Hybridity in Chaucer’s House of Fame,” in Other Nations: The Hybridization of Medieval Insular Mythology and Identity, edited by Wendy Marie Hoofnagle and Wolfram R. Keller, Britannica et Americana 3: 27 (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011), pp. 185-205

  • with Wendy Marie Hoofnagle, “Hybridity, Mythology, and Nationhood,” in Other Nations: The Hybridization of Medieval Insular Mythology and Identity, edited by Wendy Marie Hoofnagle and Wolfram R. Keller, Britannica et Americana 3: 27 (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011), pp. 1-11

  • “Exiled at Home: Ovidian Abandonment and Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre,” in What Countrey’s This? And Whither are we Gone?, edited by J. Derrick McClure, Karoline Szatek-Tudor, and Rosa E. Penna (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2010), pp. 196-217

  • “Of Prairies and Empty Pages: Geoffrey Chaucer’s House of Fame, David Williams’s The River Horsemen, and the Hermeneutics of the Blank,” in Mosaic to Salad Bowl: Essays on Canadian Writing, edited by R. P. Singh (New Delhi, 2010), pp. 33-50

  • “‘Unconquered into chaos’: Edwin Muir, the Sonnet, and the (Scottish) Renaissance,” in Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Loves, Layers, Languages, edited by Sonja Fielitz (Heidelberg, 2010), pp. 97-113

  • “Ovid Sailing the Prairies: Abandonment and the Creative Process in Carol Shields’s Various Miracles,” in Short Stort Criticism, edited by Jelena O. Krstovic, vol. 126 (Detroit, Mich., 2010), 131-38 [online version @ Thomson Gale’s Literature Resource Center]

  • with Kirsten Sandrock, “Beyond the Limits of Individuality? Genre and Nation in Lady Grisell Baillie’s Household Book,” in Further from the Frontiers…: Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies, edited by Aimee McNair and Jacqueline Ryder (Aberdeen, 2009), pp. 63-73

  • “‘Long live the New Flesh’? David Cronenberg’s Videodrome and the Limits of Ovidian Metamorphosis,” in Semiotic Encounters: Text, Image and Trans-Nation, edited by Sarah Säckel, Walter Göbel, and Noha Hamdy (Amsterdam, 2009), pp. 263-76

  • “Discovering Strangeness: Metaphor, Allegory, and Cultural Otherness in Rudy Wiebe’s A Discovery of Strangers,” in West of Eden: Essays on Canadian Prairie Literature, edited by Sue Sorensen (Winnipeg, Man., 2008), pp. 187-204

  • with Mareike Neuhaus, “The One about Telling (Inuit) Stories (to Germans),” in Ahornblätter 20 (2008): 30-41

  • “Fresh Colors of Rhetoric: John Lydgate and Medieval English Nationhood,” in Anglistentag 2007: Münster, edited by Klaus Stierstorfer (Trier, 2008), pp. 385-99

  • with Marcus Callies, “The Teaching and Acquisition of Focus Constructions: An Integrated Approach to Language Awareness across the Curriculum,” in Language Awareness 17, no. 3 (2008): 249-66

  • with Christian Uffmann, “Careful…Canadians: Guy Maddin’s Structural Allegory of Canadian Identity,” in Screening Canadians: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Canadian Film, edited by Gene Walz and Wolfram R. Keller (Marburg, 2008), pp. 161-82

  • “Ovid Sailing the Prairies: Abandonment and the Creative Process in Carol Shields’s Various Miracles,” in Reading(s) from a Distance: European Perspectives on Canadian Women’s Writing, edited by Charlotte Sturgess and Martin Kuester (Augsburg, 2008), pp. 200-15

  • with Astrid Lohöfer and Christian Pauls, “What’s at Stake: Jeanne D’Arc between Historiography and Propaganda,” in Literature as History/History as Literature: Fact and Fiction in Medieval to Eighteenth-Century British Literature, edited by Sonja Fielitz and Wolfram R. Keller (Frankfurt/Main, 2007), pp. 43-60

  • “Trying to Glimpse the Man behind the Mask of the Monster: David Williams’s Mythological Construction of Regional Counter-Nationhood,” Zeitschrift für Kanada-Studien 26, no. 1 (2006): 77-92

Projects


  • Principal Investigator, with Andrew James Johnston, “Troynovant Revisited: Strategic Hybridization in the Competing Traditions of Classical Antiquity in English Literature, c. 1380-1680,” Research Group/FOR 2305 Discursivisations of the New: Tradition and Innovation in Medieval and Early Modern Texts (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft)

  • Principal Investigator, “Poetological Household Management,” Excellence Cluster Topoi: The Formation and Transformation of Space and Knowledge in Ancient Civilizations (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft)

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