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Prof. Dr. Ulfried Reichardt

- „Globalisierung und der ‚transnational turn’ in der Literaturwissenschaft“. Literatur und Transnationalität. Kulturwissenschaftliches Handbuch. Hrsg. Doerte Bischoff und Susanne Komfort-Hein. Berlin: De Gruyter (in preparation).
 
- “Wall Street and Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Film and Film”.  Bodies – Systems – Structures: Masculinities in the UK and the US, 1945 to the Present. Ed. Stefan Horlacher. Basingstoke, England. Palgrave Macmillan (Global Masculinity Series) 2016 (in preparation).
- „African American Music in the Americas ­– Slavery, Sounds, and Forms of ‘Knowledge’”. Sonic Politics: Music and Social Movement in the Americas 1960s to the Present. Ed. Willi Raussert und Olaf Kaltmeier. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2016 (in preparation).
- “Ich messe, also bin ich?” Interview,  Ulfried Reichardt und Regina Schober. Forum . Das Magazin von Absolventum und der Universität Mannheim, 1/2016. 45.
 
- “Theorizing the Quantified Self: Self-Knowledge and Posthumanist Agency in Contemporary American Literature.” Stefan Danter, Ulfried Reichardt, Regina Schober. Digital Culture & Society 2. 1 (2016), “Quantified Selves and Statistic Bodies.” Eds. Pablo Abend and Matthias Fuchs. 53-67.
 
- Networks in America / America as Network. Eds. Ulfried Reichardt, Heike Schäfer, Regina Schober. Special Issue of Amerikastudien / American Studies 60.1 (2015).
 
- “Introduction: Network Theory and American Studies.” Networks in America / America as Network. Eds. Ulfried Reichardt, Heike Schäfer, Regina Schober. Special Issue of Amerikastudien / American Studies 60.1 (2015). 11-15.
 
- “The Network as a Category in Cultural Studies and as a Model for Conceptualizing America”. Networks in America / America as Network. Eds. Ulfried Reichardt, Heike Schäfer, Regina Schober. Special Issue of Amerikastudien/ American Studies 60.1 (2015). 17-35.
 
- “New York: Global City?” New York, New York!: Urban Spaces, Dreamscapes, Contested Territories. Ed. Sabine Sielke, in collaboration with Björn Bosserhoff. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2016. 191-204. Print.
 
- “New Formal Languages: John Ashbery’s ‘Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror’ and Frank O’Hara’s ‘The Day Lady Died’. A History of American Poetry: Contexts – Develop-ments – Readings. Eds. René Dietrich, Oliver Scheiding, Clemens Spahr. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2015. 327-340.
 
- „Individualismus und kollektive Formen in globalen Medienwelten“. total. Universalismus und Partikularismus in postkolonialer Medientheorie. Eds. Ulrike Bergermann, Nana Heidenreich. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2015. 315-327.
 
“Wir müssen global denken”. Interview. Forum. Das Magazin der Universität Mannheim. 1/2014. 14-15.
- „American Studies and Globalization.“ American Studies Today: Recent Developments and New Perspectives. Eds. Winfried Fluck, Erik Redling, Sabine Sielke, Hubert Zapf. Heidelberg: Winter, 2014.  441-458.




Prof. Dr. Grewe-Volpp

„Making Love to Whale and Bear: Human-Animal Relationships in Zakes Mda’s The Whale Caller and Marian Engel’s Bear.” Anglistik. Ed. Roman Bartosch. (forthcoming)

- „Ecofeminisms, the Toxic Body, and Linda Hogan’s Power.” Handbook of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology. Ed. Hubert Zapf. Berlin: DeGruyter, 2016. 208-225.

- „Einleitung.“ Mensch – Maschine – Materie – Tier. Entwürfe posthumaner Interaktionen. Hg. Christa Grewe-Volpp und Evi Zemanek. PHiN Beiheft 10/2016: 1-8. http://web.fu-berlin.de/phin/beiheft10/b10i.htm.

- „Ökofeminismus und Material Turn.“ Ecocriticism: Eine Einführung. Ed. Gabriele Dürbeck, Urte Stobbe. Köln, Weimar, Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2015. 44-56.

- “The Machine in the Indigenous Garden: Leslie Marmon Silko’s Garden in the Dunes.”Rereading the Machine in the Garden: Nature and Technology in American Culture. Ed. Eric Erbacher, Nicole Maruo-Schröder, Florian Seldmeier. Frankfurt und New York: Campus Verlag, 2014. 148-166.


 

Dr. Regina Schober

- “‘A Problem in Small Boat Navigation’ – American Literary Naturalism, Ocean Metaphors, and Emerging Data Epistemology.” Data Fiction: Naturalism, Narrative, andNumbers. Special Issue. American Naturalism. Ed. James Dorson and Regina Schober. (forthcoming)

- “Between Nostalgic Resistance and Critical Appropriation: Contemporary Fiction on/of the Information Age and the Potentials of (Post)Humanist Narrative.”Amerikastudien/American Studies. (forthcoming)

- "The World Wide Sea: Oceanic Metaphors, Concepts of Knowledge, and Transnational America in the Information Age." Review of International American Studies(forthcoming).

- "Theorizing the Quantified Self: Self-Knowledge and Posthumanist Agency in Contemporary US-American Literature." With Ulfried Reichardt and Stefan Danter. Quantified Selves / Statistic Bodies. Special Issue of Digital Culture and Society. Ed. Pablo Abend & Mathias Fuchs. 2.1 (2016): 53-70. 

- “Introduction: Network Theory and American Studies.” Network Theory and American Studies. Special Issue. Amerikastudien/American Studies. Ed. Ulfried Reichardt, Heike Schäfer, and Regina Schober. 60.1 (2015): 11-16.

- “‘Partial Members of a Vast Natural Network’: Notions of Interconnectedness in American Transcendentalism and Pragmatism.” Network Theory and American Studies. Special Issue. Amerikastudien/American Studies. Ed. Ulfried Reichardt, Heike Schäfer, and Regina Schober. 60.1 (2015): 97-119.

- "Transcending Boundaries: The Network Concept in 19th Century US Philosophy and Literature." American Literature 86.3 (2014): 493-521.


 

Dr. Johannes Fehrle

- Rethinking Adaptation in the Age of Media Convergence. Co-Editor with Werner Schäfke (under review; Amsterdam University Press, “Transmedia” series).

- “Of Fan Productions, Franchises, and Story­worlds: Rethinking Adaptation in a Convergence Environment.” Rethinking Adaptation in the Age of Media Convergence. Ed. Johannes Fehrle and Werner Schäfke. (under review; Amsterdam University Press).

- “Destined to Fail: Cosmetic Surgery, Female Body Images, and Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘The Birth-mark.’” The Failed Individual. Ed. Susanne Hamscha, Katharina Motyl, and Regina Schober. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 2017 (forthcoming).

- “‘Zombies Don’t Recognize Borders’: Capitalism, Ecology, and Mobility in the Zombie Outbreak Narrative.” Amerikastudien / American Studies. (forthcoming 2017).

- Rev. of Re-Framing the Transnational Turn in American Studies. Ed. Winfried Fluck, Donald E. Pease, and John Carlos Rowe. Amerikastudien / American Studies (forthcoming)

- “Giocando con il Cuore di tenebra: adattare Conrad/ Coppola.” Trans. Polina Shvanyukova. Ácoma 11 (Autunno-Inverno 2016): 218-235. Web. (Italian translation of “Gaming into the Heart of Darkness”). READ IT HERE

- “Gaming into the Heart of Darkness: Adapting Conrad / Coppola.” South Atlantic Review80.3-4 (2016): 234-53.  [peer reviewed].

- “John Williams – Stoner;” “John Williams: Biogramm” [John Williams: Short Biography]. Kindlers Literatur Lexikon (updated online edition). Gen. Ed. Heinz Ludwig Arnold. Web.

- “Richard McGuire – Here;” “Richard McGuire: Biogramm” [Richard McGuire: Short Biography]. Kindlers Literatur Lexikon (updated online edition). Gen. Ed. Heinz Ludwig Arnold. Web.

- “‘And I would call it “A Southern.”’: Renewing / Obscuring the Blaxploitation Western.”Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies 16.3 (2015): 291-306. [peer reviewed]. ACCESS A COPY HERE

- “Teju Cole – Open City;” “Teju Cole: Biogramm;” [Teju Cole: Short Biography]. Kindlers Literatur Lexikon (updated online edition). Gen. Ed. Heinz Ludwig Arnold. Web.

- “Denis Johnson: Das erzählerische Werk;” [Denis Johnson: Prose Work] (with Bernadette Kalkert). Kindlers Literatur Lexikon (updated online edition). Gen. Ed. Heinz Ludwig Arnold. Web.

- “Leading into the Franchise: Remediation as (Simulated) Transmedia World - The Case of Scott Pilgrim.” IMAGE Special Issue Media Convergence and Transmedial Worlds (Part 2) 21 (2015)4-16Web. [peer reviewed]. READ THE PAPER

- “(Re)Making Men in the 1950s and 2000s: Delmer Daves’s and James Mangold’s 3:10 to Yuma.” Remakes and Remaking: Concepts - Media - Practices. Ed. Rüdiger Heinze and Lucia Krämer. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2015. 57-78. Print.


 

 


 
 
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