Seminar für Englische Philologie

 
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  • 2023 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Zeijlstra, H. (2023). ​Pas de Problème: The Distribution and Nature of Double Negation in French and Other Romance Negative Concord Languages. Languages8(2), . ​doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/languages8020118 
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  • 2023 Book Chapter | 
    ​ ​Rudolf, W. P. (2023). ​Old English Lexicography in Northern Germany 1650–1730: ​The Manuscript Evidence. In R. Bauer, C. Eisweiler, U. Krischke, K. Majewski​ (Eds.), Travelling Texts – Texts Travelling: A Gedenkschrift for Hans Sauer ​(pp. 373​-400​). ​​München: ​UTZ. 
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  • 2023 Book Chapter | 
    ​ ​Vollbrecht, M. (2023). ​Early modern manuscripts containing Old English dictionaries in England and northern Germany: ​From John Joscelyn to Dietrich von Stade. In L. Caon, M. Gordon, T. Porck​ (Eds.), Keys to the History of English. Diachronic linguistic change, morpho-syntax and lexicography. Selected papers from ICEHL21 ​(). ​​Amsterdam: ​John Benjamins Publishing Company. 
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  • 2022 Book Chapter | 
    ​ ​Vollbrecht, M. (2022). ​The Old English Materials of Northern German Scholars and the Dictionarium Saxonico-Latinum of John Joscelyn and John Parker – A Preliminary Study. In R. Boch, M. Nebelin, C. Sandten​ (Eds.), Crossing the Channel – British-German Historical and Cultural Dialogues ​(pp. 21​-48​). ​​Berlin: ​Duncker & Humblot. 
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  • 2022 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Haslinger, N. & Schmitt, V. (2022). ​What embedded counterfactuals tell us about the semantics of attitudes. Linguistics Vanguard8(s4), ​469​-478​. ​doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2021-0032 
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  • 2022 Journal Article | Research Paper | 
    ​ ​Haslinger, N. & Schmitt, V. (2022). ​Syntactic conditions on cumulative readings of German jeder ‘every’ DPs. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, . ​doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10828-022-09135-x 
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  • 2022 Journal Article | Research Paper | 
    ​ ​Zeijlstra, H. (2022). ​FOFC and what left-right asymmetries may tell us about syntactic structure building. Journal of Linguistics, ​1​-35​. ​doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/S002222672200007X 
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  • 2022 Anthology
    ​ ​Surkamp, C.​ (Ed.). (2022). Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung im Englischunterricht: ​Grundlagen und Unterrichtsbeispiele​​ 1. ed. ​​Hannover: ​Klett, Kallmeyer. 
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  • 2020 Anthology
    ​ ​Zappe, F. & Gross, A. S.​ (Eds.). (2020). Surveillance, Society, Culture​​. ​​Bern: ​Peter Lang International Academic Publishers. 
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  • 2019 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Gross, A. (2019). ​Review Essay. Kritikon Litterarum46(3-4), ​287​-293​. ​doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/kl-2019-0040 
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  • 2019 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2019). ​Best(iary) Practice: ​Imagining and Inhabiting a Multispecies World (Literature, Visual Art, Theory)​​. 
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  • 2019 Book Chapter
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2019). ​Neither Billiard Ball nor Planet B: Latour’s Gaia, Literary Agency, and the Challenge of Writing Geohistory in the Anthropocene Moment. In D. Rudrum, R. Askin, F. Beckman​ (Eds.), New Directions in Philosophy and Literature ​(pp. 179​-197​). ​​Edinburgh: ​Edinburgh University Press. 
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  • 2019 Journal Article | Research Paper
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2019). ​Theorising Things, Building Worlds: Why the New Materialisms Deserve Literary Imagination. Open Cultural Studies3(1), ​125​-134​. ​doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/culture-2019-0011 
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  • 2019 Book Chapter | 
    ​ ​Offereins-Gummelt, B. (2019). ​Free Will and Eternity in the Old English Poem 'Soul and Body'. In K. Friedhoff, J. Josfeld, V. Klose, P. Langeslag, B. Gummelt, I. Rau, J. Stumpf​ (Eds.), Forcing nature : essays in medieval literature ​(pp. 9​-26​). ​​Göttingen: ​Universitätsverlag. doi: https://doi.org/10.17875/gup2021-1740 
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  • 2019 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2019). ​Best(iary) Practice: Imagining and Inhabiting a Multispecies World (Literature, Visual Art, Theory)​​. 
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  • 2018 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2018). ​Till the Cage is Full: ​How We Come to Inhabit Heterotopic Worlds Through Serial Watching​​. 
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  • 2018 Journal Article
    ​ ​Elze, J. (2018). ​Postcolonial theory and globalized empathy: from development to difference. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews43(2), ​156​-165​. ​doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/03080188.2018.1450925 
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  • 2018 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2018). ​Planetary Figures and Sublunary Zones: A Critique of Bruno Latour's Gaia Project​​. 
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  • 2018 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2018). ​Till the Cage is Full: How We Come to Inhabit Heterotopic Worlds Through Serial Watching​​. 
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  • 2017 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2017). ​Sites of Serial Encounter: ​The Case of the Women’s Prison (Orange Is the New Black)​​. 
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  • 2017 Journal Article | Research Paper
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2017). ​Thickening Seriality: ​A Chronotopic View of World Building in Contemporary Television Narrative. The Velvet Light Trap, (79 Serials, Seriality, Serialization), ​120​-125​. ​
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  • 2017 Conference Paper
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2017). ​The Material Imaginary: Theorizing Object Life Beyond Ontology.​
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  • 2017 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2017). ​Latour, Literary Studies, and Storytelling: Rethinking Agency in a More-than-Human World​​. 
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  • 2017 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2017). ​Sites of Serial Encounter: The Case of the Women’s Prison (Orange Is the New Black)​​. 
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  • 2017 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2017). ​Toward a Critical New Materialism: Nonhuman Agency, Narrative, and the Anthropocene (William Faulkner and Bruno Latour)​​. 
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  • 2016 Book Chapter
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2016). ​Earth According to Pixar: ​Picturing Obsolescence in the Age of Digital (Re)Animation. In C. Gersdorf, J. Braun​ (Eds.), America After Nature: Democracy, Culture, Environment. ​(pp. 441​-460​). ​​Heidelberg: ​Winter. 
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  • 2016 Lecture
    ​ ​Gross, A. S. (2016). ​Debt, Innovation, and the Aesthetic of Austerity​​. 
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  • 2016 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2016). ​What is It Like to Be a Thing? Toward a Critical New Materialism as Creative Practice​​. 
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  • 2015 Monograph
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. & Wasserman, S. (2015). Cultures of Obsolescence: ​History, Materiality, and the Digital Age​​. ​​New York: ​Palgrave Macmillan US. 
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  • 2015 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2015). ​Earth According to Pixar: Picturing Obsolescence in the Age of Digital (Re)Animation​​. 
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  • 2015 Conference Paper
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2015). ​Serial Chronotopes: The Cultural Work of Narrative World Building in Contemporary Web and Television Series.​
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  • 2015 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2015). ​On the Cultural Iconography and Theoretical Life of Garbage​​. 
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  • 2014 Conference Paper
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2014). ​​Celebrating Rusty Toys​: Pixar's Economies of Nostalgia in the Age of Digital (Re)Animation.​​ Paper presented at Annual Conference of the German Association of American Studies: "America After Nature: Democracy, Culture, Environment," Workshop: "Scrap, Spam, Bit Rot: The Politics and Poetics of Digital Detritus"​ Paper presented at Annual Conference of the German Association of American Studies: "America After Nature: Democracy, Culture, Environment," Workshop: "Scrap, Spam, Bit Rot: The Politics and Poetics of Digital Detritus"​, Würzburg​
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  • 2014 Conference Paper
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2014). ​American Studies and the New Materialisms: Vibrant Matter at Work in the American Literary Imagination.​
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  • 2014 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2014). ​Digital Virtuosity and Huggable Machines: The Appeal of the Nonhuman in Pixar Animation​​. 
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  • 2013 Lecture
    ​ ​Tischleder, B. B. (2013). ​The Politics and Aesthetics of Obsolescence​​. 
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  • 2010 Encyclopedia Article
    ​ ​Schuller, D. (2010). ​Richard Matheson, I Am Legend. In ​ H. L. Arnold​ (Ed.), Kindlers Literatur Lexikon ​(​3. ed., ). ​​Stuttgart: ​Metzler. 
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  • 2009 Encyclopedia Article
    ​ ​Schuller, D. (2009). ​Angela Carter. In ​ R. A. Reid​ (Ed.), Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy ​(Vol. 2, pp. 56​-58​). ​​Westport, CT: ​Greenwood P. 
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  • 2009 Encyclopedia Article
    ​ ​Schuller, D. (2009). ​H. D.: ​Lyrik und Prosa. In ​ H. L. Arnold​ (Ed.), Kindlers Literatur Lexikon ​(​3. ed., ). ​​Stuttgart: ​Metzler. 
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  • 2009 Encyclopedia Article
    ​ ​Schuller, D. (2009). ​Harold Bloom: ​Das literaturtheoretische Werk. In ​ H. L. Arnold​ (Ed.), Kindlers Literatur Lexikon ​(​3. ed., ). ​​Stuttgart: ​J. B. Metzler. 
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  • 2009 Book Chapter | 
    ​ ​Schuller, D. (2009). ​Männlich, weiblich, was ihr wollt: ​Shakespeare und die Lust am Spiel mit den Geschlechtern. In F. Reitemeier​ (Ed.), "Seht her, auf dies Gemälde und auf dies...": Zum Umgang mit Bildern aus John Boydells Shakespeare Gallery ​(pp. 15​-38​). ​​Göttingen: ​Universitätsverlag Göttingen. doi: https://doi.org/10.17875/gup2021-1659 
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  • 2009 Book Chapter | 
    ​ ​Schuller, D. (2009). ​'Something Black and of the Night': ​Vampirism, Monstrosity, and Negotiations of Race in Richard Matheson's 'I Am Legend'. In D. Petzold​ (Ed.), Der Vampir: Von der Dämmerung der Gothic Novel bis zum Morgen-Grauen des Teenieromans: Tagung am 2. und 3. Oktober 2009 in Köln ​(Vol. 27, pp. 78​-94​). ​​Moers: Brendow. 
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  • 2008 Book Chapter
    ​ ​Schuller, D. (2008). ​Lust for Life(style): ​Grotesker Humor und sozialer Surrealismus in Danny Boyles Trainspotting - Neue Helden. In J. Glasenapp, C. Lillge​ (Eds.), Die Filmkomödie der Gegenwart ​(pp. 13​-32​). ​​Paderborn: ​Fink. 
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