Lehrstuhl für Amerikanistik, insbesondere Literaturwissenschaft


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Lehrstuhl für Amerikanistik, insbesondere Literaturwissenschaft


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Bismarckstraße 1
91054 Erlangen


Forschungsbereiche

Formen und Funktionen der US-amerikanischen Autobiografik und Erzählliteratur
Literatur & Wissen
Medienkulturwissenschaften


Forschungsprojekt(e)

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Bending Boundaries: Modern Dance and the Politics of Expression in the Age of Modernity
Carmen Dexl
(01.09.2017)


The Diversification of the Contemporary Hipster: Nostalgia and Irony in Postmodern Music and Aesthetics
Lena Gotteswinter
(02.05.2017)


Literature as a Life Science: Human Enhancement in 21st Century North American Science Fiction
Loredana Filip
(01.05.2017)


Death becomes us - stories of the end of life in contemporary literature and culture
Prof. Dr. Antje Kley
(01.04.2017)


Lebenswissenschaftliche Optimierungsdiskurse und soziale Selbstverständnisse in der US-amerikanischen Literatur von der frühen Republik bis in die Gegenwart
Prof. Dr. Antje Kley
(08.09.2016)



Publikationen (Download BibTeX)

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Kley, A. (2018). Literature and Knowledge: An Introduction. In Antje Kley, und Kai Merten (Eds.), Literature and Knowledge. Frankfurt/M.: Lang.
Kley, A. (2018). US Print Culture, Literary Narrative, and Slow Reading in the Age of Big Data: Steve Tomasula’s VAS – An Opera in Flatland. In Heike Schaefer and Alexander Starre (Eds.), Medium, Object, Metaphor: The Printed Book in Contemporary American Culture..
Kley, A., & Höpker, K. (2018). Unruly Creatures, Obstinate Things – Bio-Objects and Scientific Knowledge Production in Contemporary Science Novels. In Sina Farzin, Roslynn Haynes, Susan M. Gaines (Eds.), Under the Literary Microscope: New Perspectives on Science in Society from Contemporary Fiction. University Park, PA: Penn State UP.
Kley, A., & Merten, K. (Eds.) (2018). What Literature Knows. Peter Lang GmbH.
Kley, A., & Höpker, K. (2017). Beyond the Laboratory: Biotechnology and Literary Knowledge Production in Contemporary Science Novels. Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht, XLVIII, 3 (2015), 195-212.
Schulenberg, U. (2017). ’Visions and Versions of America’: Greil Marcus’s Rock Journalism as Cultural Criticism. In Schulenberg, Ulf Hartwig, Marcel (Eds.), American Rock Journalism (pp. 11-22). Taylor & Francis.
Schulenberg, U. (2017). Resuscitating Georg Lukács: Form, Metaphysics, and the Idea of a New Realism. Culture, Theory and Critique, 58(1), 1-16.
Schulenberg, U. (2017). From Finding to Making: Jacques Rancière, Richard Rorty, and the Antifoundationalist Story of Progress. Culture, Theory and Critique, 58(3), 275-293.
Schulenberg, U. (2017). 'Where the people can sing, the poet can live’: James Baldwin, Pragmatism, and Cosmopolitan Humanism. In Susan McWilliams (Eds.), A Political Companion to James Baldwin (pp. 270-300). Kentucky UP.
Horn, K. (2017). Women, Camp, and Popular Culture – Serious Excess. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Höpker, K. (2017). 'Only in the Chattel Records' – Obscurity, Historiography, and Frederick Douglass’ "The Heroic Slave". In Philipp Loeffler (Eds.), Reading the Canon. Literary History in the 21st Century. (pp. 333-363). Heidelberg: Winter.
Kley, A. (2017). John Dos Passos, Manhattan Transfer (1925). In Timo Müller (Eds.), Handbook of the American Novel of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries. (pp. 177-191). De Gruyter.
Schulenberg, U. (2017). Marxism, Pragmatism, and Narrative. New Literary History, 48(1), 149-170.
Höpker, K. (2016). Frederick Douglass’s ’The Heroic Slave’ – Risk, Fiction, and Insurance in Antebellum America. Amerikastudien, 60.4, 441-462.
Kaspirek, M. (2016). Hawthorne and Antebellum Theories on Hereditary Insanity.
Kley, A. (2016). Literary Knowledge Production and the Natural Sciences in the US. In Simone Knewitz, Christian Klöckner, Sabine Sielke (Eds.), Knowledge Landscapes North America. (pp. 153-77). Heidelberg: Winter.
Höpker, K. (2015). No Longer Your Friendly Neighborhood Killer: Crime Shows and Seriality after 'Dexter'. In Birgit Däwes, Alexandra Ganser, Nicole Poppenhagen (Eds.), Transgressive Television: Politics and Crime in 21st-Century American TV Series. (pp. 247-266). Heidelberg: Winter.
Höpker, K. (2015). Slices of Life: Killing and Seriality in 'Dexter'. In Heike Paul und Christoph Ernst (Eds.), Amerikanische Fernsehserien der Gegenwart. (pp. 277-303). Bielefeld: Transcript.
Horn, K. (2015). <i>30 Rock</i>: Complexity, Metareferentiality and the Contemporary Quality Sitcom. In Heike Paul, Christoph Ernst (Eds.), Amerikanische Fernsehserien der Gegenwart. US-American Television Series (pp. 153-183). Bielefeld: transcript.
Kley, A., & Höpker, K. (2015). Literatur und Wissen: Life Science und The Pursuit of Happiness in Richard Powers' 'Das größere Glück'. In Aura Heydenreich und Klaus Mecke (Hrg.), Quarks and Letters: Naturwissenschaften in Literatur und Kultur der Gegenwart. (pp. 273-293). Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.

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