Publications (selection)



Rezensiert in: Journal of Tourism History 11.3 (2019); Victoriographies 9.3 (2019); BAVS Newsletter 19.3 (2019); Victorian Studies 63.4 (Summer 2021)




Editing work

  • Muße und Moderne. (mit Tobias Keiling und Robert Krause). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. 2018.
  • Muße. Ein (E-Journal, seit 2015)
  • 14Magazin Freiburg. (Chefredaktion 2015 - 2017)



A Special Issue (in Theatre Research International) on viral theatre, co-edited with Prof. Monika Pietrzak-Franger and Dr. Tamara Radak is in preparation.


  • “The Spatial Practice of Idling as a Bridge Between Victorian and Modernist City Literature.” In: Lieven Ameel, ed. The Routledge Companion to Literary Urban Studies. Routledge. (forthcoming July 2022).

  • “Transmediality and Theatrical Experience in Nineteenth-Century Live Theatre Broadcasting.” In: Ch. Meyer and M. Pietrzak-Franger, eds. Transmedia Practices in the Long Nineteenth Century. Routledge (forthcoming February 2022)

  • “On Being Pulled: Spectator Engagement and Spectacle in the Context of Live Theatre Broadcasting and NT At Home.” Ed. M. Barker and S. Turnbull, Special Issue ‚On Engagement’. Participations Journal 18.2 (2021): 294-317.


  • (with M. Pietrzak-Franger). “Viral Theatre: Preliminary Thoughts on the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Online Theatre.” Journal of Contemporary Drama in English (JCDE) 2021.1: 128-144.


  • “The Semantics of Surfaces: Victorian Panoramas, the Panoramic Gaze and Thereness.“ In: Sibylle Baumbach & Ulla Ratheiser, eds. Victorian Surfaces in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 25-41.


  • “The Female Hipster as Emancipated Spectator: The Emancipatory Aspects of Representations of Female Hipsters in Girls and Frances Ha.” In: Heike Steinhoff, ed. Hipster Media, Aesthetics and Identity Politics. London: Bloomsbury, 2021. 235-252.


  • “’These Seats Are So Comfy’: Livecasting and the Notion of Comfortable Theatre.” In: Dorothee Birke and Stella Butter, eds. Comfort in Contemporary Culture. The Challenges of a Concept. Bielefeld: transcript, 2020. 209-230.

  • “Against the ‘Myth of Non-Mediation’: The Materiality of Live Theatre Broadcasting.” In: Making Matter Matter: Literary Materialisations on Page and Stage, eds. Ingrid Hotz-Davies, Martin Middeke and Christoph Reinfandt. (in preparation)
  • 2019. “In Appreciation of ‘Mis-’ and ‘Quasi-’: Quasi-Experts in the Context of Live Theatre Broadcasting.” Platform, Special Issue ‘On Criticism’ 13.1: 86-102.
  • 2019. “Herodias’ Story, Herstory – Kazimiera Zawistowska’s Poetry, Young Poland, and Female Decadence.” In: Volupté: Interdisciplinary Journal of Decadence Studies 2.1: 39-56.
  • 2019. “Emancipating the Spectator? Livecasting, Liveness, and the Feeling I.” In: Performance Matters. Special Issue on 21st-century Shifts in Spectatorship and Audience Research 5.2: 6-23.
  •  2019. “Female Idling and Social Critique in Mary Shelley’s Rambles in Germany and Italy, 1840, 1842, 1843 (1844).” In Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 15.3.
  • 2017. Muße. Ein Magazin. Issue 5. (co-edited withMartin Büdel)
  • 2018. "Walking the (Open) City – Vom viktorianischen München ins postmoderne New York.“ In: Tobias Keiling/Robert Krause/Heidi Liedke (eds.): Muße und Moderne. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. 202-220.
  • 2018. "'The Sheepish Fear of Deserting the Common Track is Upon Us' – The Emotional Assessment of Space and Time in Victorian Guidebooks and Travel Literature.“ In: Barbara Franchi / Elvan Mutlu (eds.): Victorian Spaces and Imperial Travel. Cambridge Scholars. 132-149.
  • 2016. "W. H. Hudson and Bruce Chatwin in Patagonia – The Phantasy of Disappearance.“ In: Fréderic Regard / Nicoletta Brazelli (eds.): Textus. English Studies in Italy 29.2 (At the End of the World: Extreme Places of the British Imagination), 95-107.
  • "Von der Berechenbarkeit der Muße – George Orwells Books v. Cigarettes.“ In: Muße. Ein Magazin 4.
  • 2016. "Oisiveté et écriture dans Un flâneur en Patagonie de W. H. Hudson (1893).“ Translated by Ann Pevoski and Clara Schwarze. In: Thomas Klinkert (ed.): Otium et écriture dans la littérature du xixe et du xxe siècles. Grenoble: Ellug, 107-127.
  • "Idling in London. Zwischen Muße und Kommerz.“ (with Henrike Manuwald) In: Muße. Ein Magazin 2.
  • Muße. Ein Magazin. Ausgabe 2. (co-edited with Kerstin Fest)
  • 2014. "'...and now is the time I want it.' Laurence Sterne's A Sentimental Journey read as Romantic Ramble versus Ego Trip.“ In: Bandry-Scubbi, Anne & Rémi Vuillemin (eds.). Real and Imaginary Travels. 16th-18th Centuries. 57-67.



  • Review of Anthony and Cleopatra (NT At Home). Shakespeare Bulletin 39.1 (2021): 151-155.
  • Review of Marisa Palacios Knox’s Victorian Women and Wayward Reading: Crises of IdentificationSymbolism. An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics 21 (2021): 281-285.
  • Review of Stephanie E. Pitts’ and Sarah M. Price’s Understanding Audience Engagement in the Contemporary Arts. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media (September 2021): 1-2.
  • Review of Split Britches’ Last Gasp (WFH). Theatre Journal 73.2 (2021): 225-227.
  • Review of Alice - A Virtual Theme Park. Platform 14.1&2 (2020)179-182.
  • Review of Adrian S. Wisnicki’s Fieldwork of Empire, 1840-1900: Intercultural Dynamics in the Production of British Expeditionary Literature. BAVS Newsletter 20.3 (2020): 5-6.
  • Review of The Tempest (Creation Theatre). Miranda (Oct. 2020):
  • 2020. Review of Shakespearean Celebrity in the Digital Age by Anna Blackwell (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018). In: Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik (ZAA) 68.1: 96-99.
  • 2019. Review of Nineteenth-Century Fiction and the Production of Bloomsbury by Matthew Ingleby (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018) In: BAVS Newsletter 19.3: 2-3.
  • "Jim Jarmuschs Paterson (2016) – Dichter der eigenen Angelegenheiten.“ In: Muße. Ein Magazin 5 (2017).
  • "Lana del Rey: Der fahrige Narco Swing einer faulen Frau.“ In: Muße. Ein Magazin 3.
  • "Ida und Wanda – Und es wurde still.“ In: Muße. Ein Magazin 2.
  • "Der Klang der ‚primitiven’ Muße. Deichkind – Arbeit Nervt.“ In: Muße. Ein Magazin 1.