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 EDUCATION
2012 University of Bonn, PhD in Scandinavian studies, Thesis title: Erzählen vom Anfang. Schöpfungs- und Gründungsmythen im hochmittelalterlichen Island (oral examination: 21.11.2012)
2006-2007 University of Minnesota, Department of German, Scandinavian and Dutch, Ph.D. student in German and Scandinavian Studies course work: Archeology of Northern Europe, Medieval Mysticism, Old High German; research assistantship
2002 BA equivalent (“Zwischenprüfung”): German Linguistics and Medieval German Studies (Bochum)
2001-2005 University of Bochum (Germany), Ph.D. student in Scandinavian Studies; classes attended also at the University of Cologne course work: German Studies (Old and Middle High German, Middle Low German, Medieval Literature, Linguistics), Scandinavian Studies (Old Norse Language and Literature, Modern Icelandic, Modern Swedish), Latin, Greek, Finnish
2000-2001 University of Münster: classes attended: German Studies; classes also attended at the University of Bochum: Classics
1990-2000 University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany): M.A. in Medieval Latin, minors in Classical Latin and Greek; BA equivalent (“Zwischenprüfung”) Latin Philology and Greek Philology; additional course work: History (mostly Ancient and Medieval History), Archeology, German Studies, Indo-European Linguistics; excursions: Rome (1994 and 1999), Vienna and Noricum (1995), Turkey (1996), Northern Italy (1997), Prague (2000)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2017/09- Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin at University of Bonn, German Department (Institut für Germanistik, Vergleichende Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft, Abteilung für skandinavische Sprachen und Literaturen (responsibilities, see below)
2015/09-
2017/08 Postdoc, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Arnamagæan Institute (Department of Nordic Research, University of Copenhagen)
2007/03- Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin at University of Bonn, German Department (Institut für Germanistik, Vergleichende Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft, Abteilung für skandinavische Sprachen und Literaturen); on leave 09/2015-08/2017; areas of responsibility:
• research
• teaching (BA level: Introduction to Old Norse, Old Norse reading course, Introduction to Old High German; MA level: seminars on different aspects of Old Norse literature and literary theory)
• study guidance
• curricular planning
• administration: ERASMUS exchange (2007-15 and 2017-); library management (2007-12)
2006-2007 Research Assistant of Prof. Dr. Evelyn Scherabon Firchow (Department of German, Scandinavian and Dutch, University of Minnesota): working on a project on Notker Labeo
2002-2003 Research for the project "Wikinger im Rheinland" (= Vikings in the Rhinelands, exhibition: Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Bonn 06/30/04-09/30/04; Prof. Dr. Rudolf Simek, University of Bonn)
2001 Project CAMENA (= Corpus Automatum Mannhemiense Electorum Neolatinitatis Auctorum, now: Corpus Automatum Multiplex Electorum Neolatinitatis Auctorum) at the University of Mannheim (now: Heidelberg)/Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (= German Research Foundation): internet editing of Neolatin texts (TEI encoding):
http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenahtdocs/camena.html
2000-2001 Research Assistant at Institut für Alte Sprachen/Mittellatein und Neulatein at University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
1994-1998 Student Assistant at Institut für Alte Sprachen/Mittellatein und Neulatein at University of Erlangen-Nürnberg; contributed to following projects:
a) Liste lateinischer Autoren und anonymer Werke des 13. Jahrhunderts (= List of Latin authors and anonymous works of the 13th century):
http://www.mgh.de/~Poetae/Autoren.htm
b) Materialien zu einem Lexikon der irregulären lateinischen Prosodie (= Materials for a lexicon of irregular Latin prosody):
http://www.mgh.de/~Poetae/Prosodie.htm

GRANTS
2017 ERASMUS Teaching Staff Mobility to University of Tartu (Estonia)
2015 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship (09/2015-08/2017); ca. € 200.000
2015 DAAD travel grant for attending the International Saga Conference in Zürich/Basel 2015
2015 ERASMUS Teaching Staff Mobility to Aarhus University
2014 DAAD travel grant for attending the International Medieval Congress at Leeds 2014
2014 Marie Curie Master Class, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Humanities (Forskerservice) & LANCHART centre (05/26-05/28/14)
2013 Marie Curie Master Class, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Humanities (Forskerservice) & Department of Scandinavian Research/LANCHART centre (05/14-05/16/13)
2012 “Short Term Scientific Mission” to the Arnamagnæan Institute in Copenhagen (Grant of COST Action IS1005 Medieval Europe - Medieval Cultures and Technological Resources, 04/30-05/13/12)
2012 ERASMUS Teaching Staff Mobility to Háskóli Íslands, Reykjavík (02/26-03/03/12)
2007 Heckman Research Stipend (for research in the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, 08/13/-09/02/07)
1997 Nederlandse Taalunie: Zomercursus Nederlandse Taal en Cultuur (08/97)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Mediävistenverband e.V.
The Medieval Academy of America
Bonner Zentrum für transkulturelle Narratologie (BZTN)
Fachverband Skandinavistik
Deutscher Germanistenverband
European Narratology Network (ENN)

COLLABORATIONS
1. Medieval Narratology Network
(chair: Eva von Contzen, University of Bochum/Freiburg) funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (2014-2017): The network aims at fundamentally advancing the theoretical field of historical narratology by expanding the scope and methods of narrative theory by medieval parameters of narration. The network will connect German medievalists from different disciplines (among them Monika Fludernik, English Studies; Brigitte Burrichter, Romance Studies; Florian Kragl, German Studies; Stephan Conermann, Islamicate Studies; Susanne Reichlin, German Studies). The network continues to exist after the end of the DFG funding. The members agreed on organizing yearly meetings starting in Erlangen (summer 2018).
Project homepage: http://medieval-narratology.de/index.php/home2 [19/05/16]
2. Cooperation with Dr. N. Kıvılcım Yavuz (Arnamagnæan Institute, University of Copenhagen)
We are organizing four sessions for the International Medieval Congress 2018: Memory (2-5 July, Leeds, UK) under the topic “Remembering Troy in the Middle Ages”. We are planning a publication of the contributions and further collaboration on the topic.
 

 

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