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  1. fuga per canonem: A Flight Through the Canon. Music Aesthetics and Affect in James Joyce. (under consideration for the Florida James Joyce Series at the University Press of Florida).
  2. with Susan Winnett (eds.): The Popularity of Words and Music. Palgrave Studies in Music and Literature. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan [accepted/forthcoming 2021].


Articles and Chapters

  1. “Coherence and Counterpoint: Music in the Short Story”. Rachael Durkin, Axel Englund & Peter Dayan (eds.). Routledge Companion to Music and Modern Literature [currently under review].
  2. “Remix Aesthetics and the Musicalization of Sound in Matthew Herbert’s The Music (2018)”. Walter Bernhart & Werner Wolf (eds.). ‘Make It Old’: Retro Forms and Styles in Literature and Music. Word and Music Studies 19. Amsterdam & Boston: Brill/Rodopi [accepted/forthcoming 2021].
  3. “‘Popularity is a game’: Music, Identity and the Popular in Tom Cho’s Look Who’s Morphing (2009).” Juliane Werner & Norbert Bachleitner (eds.). Popularity and the Self. Leiden, NL: Brill/Rodopi [accepted/forthcoming 2021].
  4.  “’Sound Art’? – Trying to make ‘soundsense’ of ‘sensesound’ in Finnegans Wake”. Emma-Louise Silva, Sam Slote & Dirk van Hulle (eds.). James Joyce and the Arts. European Joyce Studies (Vol. 29). Leiden, NL: Brill/Rodopi 2020, 71-83.
  5.  “The Short Story as Ecotext: Rick Bass’s ‘Fiber’”. Journal of the Short Story in English / Les Cahiers de la nouvelle (JSSE). Vol 71 (Autumn 2018), 93-106.
  6.  (with Kathleen Starck) “Political Masculinities in Europe: New Definitions, Methods and Approaches”. Anke Bartels, Irmgard Maassen & Ingrid von Rosenberg (eds.). Hard Times: Gender in Britain – The Long Road to Equality. Vol 101 No 2 (2018), 42-47.
  7.  (with Alexander Zimbulov) “Mashing Up the Classroom – Teaching Poetry and Prose in the Age of Participatory Culture”. Ute Berns & Jolene Mathieson (eds.). Anglistentag 2016 in Hamburg. Trier: WVT 2017, 67-84.
  8.  “Pythagorean Parallaxes in ‘The Dead’ and Ulysses”. Penelope Paparunas, Frances Ilmberger, Martin Heusser (eds.). Parallaxing Joyce. Narr Francke Attempto 2017, 300-316.
  9.  “Zum Eskapismus der Anästhetik im populären Drogenroman”. Roger Lüdeke (ed.). Kommunikation im Populären. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf ein ganzheitliches Phänomen. Bielefeld: Transcript 2011, 125-138.
  10.  “After all the Errears and Erroriboose: The Zurich James Joyce Workshop of August 2008.” James Joyce Literary Supplement, Vol. 23 (Spring 2009), No. 1, 20.




  1.  “Catherine Laws. Headaches Among the Overtones. Music in Beckett/Beckett in Music”. Symbolism Vol. 14 (2014). Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter 2014, 276-283.
  2.  “Dieter Fuchs. Joyce and Menippos. A Portrait of the Artist as an Old Dog”. Anglia, Vol. 126 (2008) No. 3, 563-567.



  1. fuga per canonem: A Flight Through the Canon. Music Aesthetics and Affect in James Joyce (summary of PhD-dissertation). Stella Neumann (ed.), English and American Studies in German. Vol. 4, No. 1. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter 2015, 42-44.
  2. Interview for German Radio on the ‘representation of music through language’ in the works of James Joyce (“75. Todestag von James Joyce. Die Darstellung der Musik durch Sprache”. Moderation: Nele Freudenberger; Redaktion: Ulrike Gruner). 12th January 2016. West-deutscher Rundfunk (WDR 3). http://www1.wdr.de/kultur/musik/james-joyce-100.html. (07:25 minutes).