Papers

  • "Transmediality and Theatrical Experience in Early Forms of Live Theatre Broadcasting." Paper at the international conference on "Nineteenth-Century Transmedia Practices", University of Vienna, 30/01 – 01/02/2020.

  •  "Crossing Borders - The Pursuit of Natural History and the Dynamics of Idling in Margaret Fountaine's Travel Writing." Invited Lecture as Part of the "Translation, Transmission and Cultural Transfer Seminar Series" Queen Mary, University of London, UK., 22/01/2020.

  • “Idling in the Context of Victorian Travel.” Invited Lecture as Part of the “Transport and Mobility History Seminar” at the Institute for Advanced Studies, University of London, UK. 14/11/2019.
  • “(Mental) Health and Travel: Mary Shelley and George Gissing Crossing Borders.” Invited Paper at the International conference on “Locating Intersections of Medicine and Mobility in 19th-Century Britain” at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. 4-5 October 2019.
  • “‘Be Part of the Conversation’: Theatre Livecasting and the Sharing of Experiences”. Paper at the international conference on “The Age of Sharing? Practices of Sharing in Contemporary Media, Literature and Culture” at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Campus Landau. 20-22 March 2019.
  • “Quasi-Experts and the Paradocumentational Brim in the Context of Live Theatre Broadcasting.” Platform Journal’s Symposium “On Criticism” at the Royal Central School of Drama and Speech, University of London, UK. 23 November 2018.
  • “The Semantics of Surfaces, Victorian Panoramas and the Panoramic Gaze.” Paper at the Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of English at the University of Bonn, 23-26/09/2018.
  • “Herodias’ Story, Herstory – Kazimiera Zawistowska’s Poems in the Context of Symbolist and Decadent Writing.” Paper at the international conference on “Women Writing Decadence - European Perspectives, 1880-1920” at the University of Oxford, UK. 07-08/07/2018.
  • “A Semiotics of Theatre in the Age of Live Broadcasting – Livecasts as Heteromedial Thresholds”. Project Presentation at the CDE Postgraduate Forum at the Annual Conference of the German Society for the Study of Contemporary Drama in English at the University of Hildesheim, 31/05–03/06/2018.
  • „‚Giving Life the Slip’ – The Potentiality of Modernist London and Woolf as Psychogeographer.“ Vortrag auf der First International Conference of the Association for Literary Urban Studies zu „(Im)possible Cities“ an der Universität Tampere, Finnland. 23.-24.08.2017.
  • „Walking the (Open) City – Idling as a Spatial Practice.“ Vortrag auf der internationalen Konferenz zu „Shifting Grounds: Literature, Culture and Spatial Phenomenologies“ an der Universität Zürich, English Department. 25.-27.11.2016.
  • „Mary Shelley in Italien: Muße und Trauer in Rambles in Germany and Italy 1840, 1842, and 1843 (1844).“ Gastvortrag im Masterseminar „Reisen und Schreiben. Italienreisen um 1800“ von Prof. Dr. B. Wehinger an der Universität Potsdam. 27.10.2016.
  • „Walking the (Open) City.“ Vortrag im Rahmen der Ringvorlesung „Muße und Moderne“ an der Universität Freiburg. 21.07.2016.
  • „Claude Glas und Instagram.” Vortrag auf der Tagung zu „Glas. Materielle Kultur zwischen Zeigen und Verbergen” am Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung, Berlin. 10.-12.12.2015.
  • „‚If you tomb at all, you must tomb wisely and boldly’—Accounts of Tomb Visits in Victorian Periodicals.” Vortrag auf der Tagung der Research Society for Victorian Periodicals Annual Conference, Ghent University, Belgien. 10.-11.07.2015.
  • „The Emotional Conquering of Space and Time in Victorian Travel Literature.” Vortrag auf dem Symposium „Victorian Travel and Imperial Spaces and der University of Kent, UK. 15.-16.05.2015.
  • „Traveling is Something One Wants to Master, to Be Good at: A Discussion of Three Guidebooks from 1820 to 1862.” Vortrag auf der internationalen Tagung zu „Travel in the Marketplace“ an der Bangor University, UK. 17.-18.09.2014.
  • „Of Living Lights and Golden Lights: The Role of Color and Light in Anna Mary Howitt’s and Isabella Bird’s Travel Writing.“ Vortrag auf der internationalen Tagung zu „Theories and Uses of Light in British Arts in the 19th and 20th Centuries“ an der Université Diderot Paris-7. 20.-21.06.2014.
  • „She Stoops not to Conquer but to Sit: Idle Voices in George Eliot’s and Mary Shelley’s Travel Writing.“ Vortrag auf der Postgraduate Conference zu „Female Voice/s in the Long Nineteenth Century“ an der University of Durham, UK. 15.05.2014.
  • „Mittelbare Raumwahrnehmung über Claude Glass und Instagram als Raumreduktion.“ Vortrag auf dem Workshop zum Thema ‚Raum/Räumlichkeit’ des SFB 1015 ‚Muße’, Universität Freiburg. 17.-18.01.2014.
  • „She Stoops not to Conquer but to Sit: Idle Voices in George Eliot’s and Mary Shelley’s Travel Writing.“ Vortrag auf dem EARS/EUCOR Meeting an der Universität Freiburg. 06.-07.12.2013.
  • „Exploring the Nature of Genius. Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own.“ Gastvortrag im Seminar zu „Genius“ bei Professor Craig Wright, Department of Music, Yale University, New Haven, USA. 05.09.2012.
  • „‚The Lady Is Ugly!’: Subverting Gender Identities in The Woman in White.“ Vortrag auf der einer M.A.-Konferenz über Sensation and Gothic Fiction an der Universität Amsterdam. 03.-04.05.2012.
  • „Morris Bober – A Poor Jew’s Way From a Grocery Store to the Hall of Fame of American Heroes.“ Vortrag auf der Student Conference in American Studies zu „American Heroes“ an der LMU München. 04.-05.11.2011.