Anglistentag 2013 Konstanz

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Silvia Mergenthal, Reingard M. Nischik (Eds.)

Anglistentag 2013 Konstanz. Proceedings

ISBN 978-3-86821-561-8, 428 S., kt., € 60,00 (2014)

(Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English, Bd. 35)

Silvia Mergenthal and Reingard M. Nischik (Konstanz)


Linda Hutcheon (Toronto)

From Reader Response to Reader Response-Ability

Section 1: Victorian Lives and Minds: Scientific Cultures in the Nineteenth Century

Nadine Böhm-Schnitker (Erlangen) and Philipp Erchinger (Düsseldorf)

Scientific Cultures in the Nineteenth Century: Introduction

Jochen Petzold (Regensburg)

It's Not Cruel, It's Science! The Re-Invention of Bird-Nesting in Late Victorian Juvenile Culture

Joanna Rostek (Passau)

Female Authority and Political Economy: Jane Marcet's and Harriet Martineau's Contradictory Strategy in Disseminating Economic Knowledge

Stefani Brusberg-Kiermeier (Hildesheim)

Half Man, Half Machine: Wilkie Collins's and Charles Reade's Constructions of Victorian Machine Men

Stefanie Fricke (München)

Scientific Discourses in Late Victorian Fantastic Texts

Nora Pleßke (Passau)

The Object(ivity) of Imperial Thinking

Pascal Fischer (Würzburg/Flensburg)

The "Third Culture Intellectuals" and Charles Darwin

Section 2: Historical Media Cultures

Kai Merten (Kiel) and Nicola Glaubitz (Siegen)

Historical Media Cultures

Albrecht Koschorke (Konstanz)

Social Media 1800

Jürgen Meyer (Halle)

Theatre, Library, Lab: Mediating Knowledge, 1600-1800

Gerd Bayer (Erlangen)

The Broken Letters of Early Modern Fiction

Ingo Berensmeyer (Gießen/Ghent) G

rub Street Revisited: Late Eighteenth-Century Authorship Satire and the Media Culture of Print

Rainer Emig (Hannover)

The Visiting Card: A Historical Medium that Bridges Culture and Literature

Natalie Roxburgh (Oldenburg)

Between Property and Propriety: David Simple and Social Mediation

Section 3: Not Shakespeare: New Approaches to Drama in the Seventeenth Century

Susanne Gruß (Erlangen), Lena Steveker (Saarbrücken), and Angelika Zirker (Tübingen)

Not Shakespeare: New Approaches to Drama in the Seventeenth Century

Stephan Laqué (München)

Leaving Wittenberg: Faustus, Hamlet, and Early Modern Education

Katrin Röder (Potsdam)

Intercultural "Traffique" and Political Change in Samuel Daniel's Philotas (1596-1604) and Fulke Greville's Mustapha (1587-1610?)

Felix C. H. Sprang (Hamburg)

Neither Shakespeare Nor the Gilded Monuments: Rethinking the Dramatic Impact of Jacobean and Caroline Civic Pageants

Matthias Bauer and Martina Bross (Tübingen)

Character Writing and the Stage in the Early Seventeenth Century

Ellen Redling (Heidelberg)

"From the Top of Paul's Steeple to the Standard in Cheap": Popular Culture, Urban Space, and Narrativity in Jacobean City Comedy

Section 4: Rhetoric and Poetry

Monika Fludernik and Ulrike Zimmermann (Freiburg)

Rhetoric and Poetry: An Introduction Jonathan Culler (Ithaca, NY) The Strange Present Tense of the English Lyric

Jonathan Culler (Ithaca, NY)

The Strange Present Tense of the English Lyric

Wolfgang G. Müller (Jena)

Is There a Special Use of Language in Poetry? Roman Jakobson's Concept of Poeticity and the Relation between Language and Verse

Claudia Claridge (Duisburg-Essen)

George Herbert's The Temple: Positioning the Speaker

Gero Guttzeit (Gießen)

From Hearing to Overhearing? Eloquence and Poetry, 1776-1833

Alwin Fill (Graz)

Humanizing Metaphors in the Nature Poems of D. H. Lawrence

Eva Ulrike Pirker (Freiburg)

Language and Agency after Modernism: A Reading of J. H. Prynne's "Die A Millionaire (pronounced: 'diamonds in the air')"

Marie-Luise Egbert (Leipzig)

Poetic and Rhetorical Figurations of Touch in Les Murray's Fredy Neptune (1998)

Section 5: Comparison and Comparability in Language Studies

Klaus P. Schneider (Bonn) and Anne Schröder (Bielefeld)

Comparison and Comparability in Language Studies: An Introduction

Miriam A. Locher (Basel)

The Relational Aspect of Language: Avenues of Research

Bernd Kortmann (Freiburg)

Comparison and Comparability: The WAVE Perspective

Daniela Kolbe-Hanna (Trier)

The Comparability of Discourse Features: I think in Englishes Worldwide

Stephanie Hackert (München) and Anne Schröder (Bielefeld)

Comparing Tense and Aspect in Pidgins and Creoles: Dahl's Questionnaire and Beyond

Klaus P. Schneider (Bonn)

Comparability and Sameness in Variational Pragmatics

Tanja Rütten (Köln)

Comparing Apples and Oranges: The Study of Diachronic Change Based on Variant Forms

Thomas Kohnen (Köln)

In Search of Faithful Standards: Comparing Diachronic Corpora across Domains