Mag. Dr. Caterina Grasl
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Consultation hours: Mo 13-14 Uhr

Summer term 2018
Winter term 2017
123252 AR Literature Course - Literature 1/2 (MA) British/Irish/New English & Cultural Studies - Dancers, Thieves, and Other Remarkable Creatures: Victorian Lesbianism in Fiction and Film
Summer term 2017
123223 SE Literature Seminar / BA Paper / MA British/Irish/New English - Jane Austen: From Page to Screen
Grasl, C. (2015). Voyeuristic Revisionism? (Re)Viewing the Politics of Neo-Victorian Adaptations. in D. Hassler-Forest, & P. Nicklas (Hrsg.), Politics of Adaptation: Media Convergence and Ideology (S. 21-34). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Grasl, C. (2015). “(Un)writing Race, Class and Gender in Selected Novels by Sylvia Townsend Warner.”. in M. Bleinert-Coyle (Hrsg.), Beyond Words: Crossing Borders in English Studies (S. 273-290). Krakow: tertium.
Grasl, C. (2015). The (Im)Possible Worlds of Joe Orton: A Cognitive Approach to What the Butler Saw. in W. Huber, E. Mettinger, & E. Zettelmann (Hrsg.), Dramatic Minds: Performance, Cognition, and the Representation of Interiority: Essays in Honour of Margarete Rubik (S. 175-196). Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang.
Novak, C. (2014). Those very ‘other’ Victorians: interrogating neo-Victorian feminism in The Journal of Dora Damage. Neo-Victorian Studies, 6(2).
Grasl, C. (2014). Oedipal Murders and Nostalgic Resurrections: The Victorians in Historical Middlebrow Fiction, 1914-1959. (Anglistische Forschungen). Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH.
Novak, C. (2013). Reading the Victorian Nightmare: A Cognitive Approach to Marghanita Laski’s The Victorian Chaise-Longue. in Z. Mazur (Hrsg.), Languages, Literatures and Cultures in Contact (Band 1, S. 235-246). Krakau: tertium.
Novak, C. (2013). Dreamers in Dialogue: evolution, sex and gender in the utopian visions of William Morris and William Henry Hudson. Acta Neophilologica, 46(1-2).

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