Project: Second Monograph
Working Title: Grievable Nature: American Nature, Citizenship, and Discourses of Preservation and Loss
My current research project is situated in the field of ecocriticism | environmental humanities. I develop the concept of grievable nature, based on Judith Butler’s writings about (2004, 3009). Employing grievable nature as a lens, I explore conceptualizations of nature and environment in the North American context in fictional and non-fictional text from the 19th to the 21st century. Within this framework, relations and tensions between the concepts of nature, nation, citizenship, and affect will be at the center of my inquiries.
Project: Working Title: Life Writing and Stand-up Comedy: Narratives of Suffering in Tig Notaro’s and Hannah Gadsby’s Standup Routines
Age|Narratives – Alter|Erzählen
At the Intersection of Age Studies & Children’s and YA Literature Research
October 11 and 12, 2019 in Frankfurt
Department for American Studies & Department for Children’s and Young Adult Literature Research Goethe-University Frankfurt
Organisation: Linda Hess and Anika Ullmann
Financed with the support of the PPD Program of the Forschungszentrum Historische Geisteswissenschaften.
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