Arbeitsschwerpunkte

Qualifikationsarbeiten

  • The Poetics of the Popular in Contemporary Indigenous Storytelling in North America (W.T.)

Studium

seit 2012 Postgraduate Student, Department of English, North American, and Transanglophone Studies, Saarland University, Germany PhD Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Astrid Fellner.
2005-2012 Student of English, Ancient History andClassical Archaeology (M.A.) at Saarland University, Germany Diploma: M. A. in Amerikanistik (Major), Anglistik (Minor) and Classical Archaeology (Minor).
01/2009-05/2009  Erasmus semester at the University of Limerick, Ireland, Department of English and Irish Literature and Culture.
04/2007 Excavation Training Limberg (Wallerfangen), Germany, organised by Saarland University, Department of Prehistory.
09/1999-07/2001 Student of English to become a teacher at the Tomsk State, Teacher-Training University, Russia.

beruflicher Werdegang

2013/14 Instructor: „If This Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories?“: (Self-)Representation of Native Peoples in North America (Department of North American Literary and Cultural Studies Saarland University, Germany, Chair: Prof. Dr. Astrid M. Fellner, Module: Culture Studies II).
2013 Instructor: „For the Dead Travel Fast“: Vampires in Contemporary American Literature and on TV (Department of North American Literary and Cultural Studies Saarland University, Germany, Chair: Prof. Dr. Astrid M. Fellner, Module: Culture Studies II).
2010 Saarland University, Department of English, North American and Transanglophone Studies, Chair of North American Literature and Cultural Studies, Prof. Dr. Astrid Fellner Tutor.
2008-2012 Saarland University, Department of English, North American and Transanglophone Studies.

 

„What Do You Write? Legends, that Kind of Thing?“: Genre Expectations and Native Writing in Drew Hayden Taylor’s alterNatives
im Rahmen der Academic Conference "Transcultural Canada", Winniepeg/Manitoba, 24.10. - 25.10.2013

„Erotic Visionaries and Revolutionaries“: Vampirism as a Utopian State in African American Women’s Writing
im Rahmen der 40th Annual Austrian Association for American Studies Conference "American Utopias", Salzburg, 08.11. - 10.11.2013

„Am I Dreaming You are You Dreaming Me?“ Fictionalizations of Jesus in Louise Erdrich’s Tracks and Drew Hayden Taylor’s Motorcycles and Sweetgrass
im Rahmen der 9th Biannual MESEA Conference "Crossing Boundaries in a Post-Ethnic Era: Interdisciplinary Approaches and Negotiations", Saarbrücken, 29.05. - 01.06.2014

Across the Medicine Line: Indigenous Border Discourses in North America
im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe "Border Cultures: Theorizing and (Con-)textualizing Borders", Saarbrücken, 15.07.2015