Victorian literature and culture, feminist and critical theory, psychoanalysis, narratology, history of economics and science.
Early Modern London; Shakespeare; TEI; editing; textual criticism; book history; digital humanities; geohumanities; GIS; urban cartography
19th C British Literature, History of the Novel, Critical Theory, Digital Humanities, Digital Scholarship
French literature, 19th-century France, prostitution, gender and queer studies, history of the book, critical theory
Critically surveys the long premodern history of race and racism, colonization and imperialism, and globalism, across c. 1000-1500 CE.
book history, digital humanities, new media, media archaeology, early modern literature and culture, creative/critical methods
Shakespeare; Renaissance literature and culture; history of Shakespearean criticism; literature, religion, and warfare; Shakespeare on film
Introduction to the edited volume “Bridges, Borders, and Breaks: History, Narrative, and Nation in Twenty-First-Century Chicana/o Literary Criticism.”
English: On the German-speaking State of Research in the History of History Education This paper provides a critical overview of the historical research of the German History Didactics. It is a statistical approach chosen to exhibit three major phases of the history of science projects. For these phases internal and external explanations are proposed. The article concludes with a short outlook on the present and future of historical research on History Didactics.
An overview of some central ideas and movements in nineteenth-century criticism and aesthetics during the Victorian period, after the heyday of Romanticism. This lecture centers on the development of historical scholarship and its context in the history of ideas, followed by some notes on incipient sociological theories of literature and proto-Marxist critical approaches in Czarist Russia.