Middle Ages and Early Modernity: Knowledge - Tradition - Practices - Imagination


Organisation:
Philosophische Fakultät und Fachbereich Theologie

FAU Contact:
Witthöft, Christiane Prof. Dr.
Bellingradt, Daniel Prof. Dr.
Maser, Matthias Dr.
Verstegen, Ute Prof. Dr.
Fischer, Robert Dr.

Description:


Having already been supported by previous external funding due to its original approach, this focus channels the research on the medieval and early modern periods at the FAU.



Associated with the faculty’s interdisciplinary center for European Medieval and Renaissance studies (IZEMIR) as well as the Central Institute “Anthropology of Religion(s)” (ZAR), research in this area is decidedly interdisciplinary in focus.



Thematically, the research emphasis is distinguished by its crossing of traditional periodical boundaries and its consideration of a marco-period viewed from the respective methods and angles of the associated disciplines.



Due to its investigation of “pre-modernity,” which in its diversity and heterogeneity also prefigures phenomena of so-called “post-modernity” (i.e. multi-ethnicity, multi-religiosity), the research focus is of great relevance to the current situation.



Particularly significant are questions concerning orders of knowledge, cultures of knowledge, and practices, which are analyzed from a transcultural and transregional angle, and that offer multiple possibilities for the contributions of other non-historical disciplines.



Moreover, the MA program “Medieval and Renaissance studies” (soon to be renamed “Middle Ages and Early Modernity”) promotes a tight interweaving of research and teaching that offers ideal support for young academics and stimulates scholarly synergy.




Assigned publications

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Kragl, F. (2019). Gottfrieds Ironie. Sieben Kapitel über figurenpsychologischen Realismus im 'Tristan'. Mit einem Nachspruch zum 'Rosenkavalier'. Berlin: Schwabe.
Kragl, F. (2019). Paradoxon und Pointe. Poetiken des Widerspruchs bei Chrétien und Wolfram. In Lienert, Elisabeth (Eds.), Poetiken des Widerspruchs in vormoderner Erzählliteratur. (pp. 155-199). Wiesbaden: Springer.
Habermann, M. (2018). Bock, Hieronymus. In Frühe Neuzeit in Deutschland 1520-1620. Literaturwissenschaftliches Verfasserlexikon, Vol. 7(col. 78 - 84), Berlin; New York: De Gruyter.
Kragl, F. (2018). Der Preis der Überlieferungsnähe. Zur neuen Ausgabe der 'Virginal'. Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur, 140, 327–359.
Kragl, F., & von Contzen, E. (2018). Einleitung. In Eva von Contzen; Florian Kragl (Eds.), Narratologie und mittelalterliches Erzählen. Autor, Erzähler, Perspektive, Zeit und Raum. (pp. 1-7). Berlin, Boston: Walter de Gruyter.
Ganslmayer, C. (2018). Luther als Bibelübersetzer. Neue sprachwissenschaftliche Perspektiven für die Luther-Forschung. In Habermann, Mechthild (Eds.), Sprache, Reformation, Konfessionalisierung (pp. 55-105). Berlin, Boston: de Gruyter.
Kragl, F. (2018). Maximilian Benz und Katrin Dennerlein (Hgg.): Literarische Räume der Herkunft. Fallstudien zu einer historischen Narratologie (Narratologia 51), Berlin, Boston: Walter de Gruyter 2016.
Kragl, F., & von Contzen, E. (Eds.) (2018). Narratologie und mittelalterliches Erzählen. Autor, Erzähler, Perspektive, Zeit und Raum. Berlin, Boston: Walter de Gruyter.
Kragl, F. (2018). Schaubühnen. Überlegungen zur erzählten Topographie und ihrer historischen Bedingtheit. In Eva von Contzen; Florian Kragl (Eds.), Narratologie und mittelalterliches Erzählen. Autor, Erzähler, Perspektive, Zeit und Raum. (pp. 125-164). Berlin, Boston: Walter de Gruyter.
Kragl, F. (2017). Codifying Genre: 'The Dresdener Heldenbuch'. In Karen Pratt [u. a.] (Eds.), The Dynamics of the Medieval Manuscript. Text Collections from a European Perspective. (pp. 165-178). Göttingen.

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