Silvia Mayasari-Hoffert, M.A.

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Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Juridicum, 8. Stock, Raum 854 
Tel.: +49  69/798-22780
Fax: +49  69/798-28445

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Sprechstunde (im Semester):


Werdegang


2018-heute Promotion in Südostasienwissenschaften an der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a. M.
2011-2013 Master of Arts in Anglistik an der Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz
2007-2010 Bachelor of Arts in Anglistik und Germanistik an der Techniche Universität Darmstadt
2001-2005 Bachelor in Architecture an der Universität Tarumanagara (Indonesien)


Forschungsinteressen


- Literaturen und Kulturen des insularen Südostasien

- Postkolonialismus

- Medienwissenschaft


Regionale Schwerpunkte


- Indonesien, insbes. Java

- Singapur

- Malaysia


Sprachkenntnisse


Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Indonesisch, Javanisch


Veröffentlichungen


Buchkapitel

2019  Fictional intervention: Subaltern women in post-authoritarian Indonesia. In Bonnerjee, S. & E. Maqeda (Eds.). Strident voices, dissenting bodies: Subaltern women’s narratives. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press. (bevorstehend/ in Arbeit)
2018  Neo-colonialism and the writer’s identity in creative writing. In C.E. Loh, S. Choo, & C. Beavis (Eds.), Literature Education in the Asia-Pacific: Policies, Practices and Perspectives in Global Times (pp. 86-102). London & New York: Routledge.


Tagungsband  

2017  Creating collective cultural identity through transcultural literature: potentials and challenges. In Revisiting English teaching, literature, and translation in the borderless world: My World, your World, whose World? Proceedings of the 10th International  Conference of the Faculty of Language and Arts, Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga, Indonesia.


Artikel in Wissenschaftszeitschrift

2016 Metamorphosis in literature: A reaction to (neo-)colonialism. Cahaya Lingua Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 3(1), 10-5.


Vorträge und Konferenzteilnahmen


2019  Cosmopolitanism in Indonesian women’s writings. In European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS), Translation, Globalization and Indonesian Literature: Islands of Imagination, Berlin. (10.-13.09.2019)
  Trivialisation of rituals in Indonesia. In Deutsche Gesellschaft für Asienkunde (DGA), Asia: Global Challenges, Regional Conflicts, and National Logics, Würzburg. (03.-05.04.2019)
2018 Writing female cosmopolitan voice in a ‘glocal’ world. In Postcolonial Narrations, Moving Centres and Travelling Cultures, the 6th Postgraduate Forum Postcolonial Narrations, Frankfurt/ Main. (10.-12-10-2018)
2017 Creating collective cultural identity through transcultural literature: potentials and challenges. In Revisiting English teaching, literature, and translation in the borderless world: My World, your World, whose World?, Salatiga (17.-18.03.2017)


Lehre


WiSe 2019 Colonial Short Fiction on Indonesia and Malaysia
Odd 2017 Colonial Fiction: India, Malaysia, Indonesia (STBA Cahaya Surya – Indonesien)
Even 2017

Literary Publishing (Indonesien) (Krida Wacana Christian University – Indonesian)
Literay Genres I
French Beginner

 Odd 2016  Foundations to Western Culture (Krida Wacana Christian University – Indonesian)
Screenwriting and Playwriting
Literary Genres II
Introduction to Literature
 Even 2016 Introduction to Creative Writing (Krida Wacana Christian University – Indonesian)
Literary Genres I
 Odd 2015 Introduction to Literature (Krida Wacana Christian University – Indonesian)
English Grammar
English Speaking & Listening
English for Academic Purposes
 Even 2015 Approaches to English Language Teaching (Pelita Harapan University – Indonesien)
Research Methods
Odd 2014 Reading and Writing
Teaching and Learning

     


Mitgliedschaften


- European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS)

- Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Ostasienstudien (IZO), Frankfurt am Main

- Goethe Research Academy for Early Career Researchers (GRADE), Frankfurt am Main