Mag. Dr. Caterina Grasl
T: +43-1-4277-34444

Consultation hours: nach Vereinbarung

Winter term 2018
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
Grasl, C 2015, Voyeuristic Revisionism?: (Re)Viewing the Politics of Neo-Victorian Adaptations. in D Hassler-Forest & P Nicklas (eds), Politics of Adaptation: Media Convergence and Ideology. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 21-34.

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 (eds), Dramatic Minds: Performance, Cognition, and the Representation of Interiority: Essays in Honour of Margarete Rubik. Peter Lang, Frankfurt a. M., pp. 175-196.

Grasl, C 2015, “(Un)writing Race, Class and Gender in Selected Novels by Sylvia Townsend Warner.”. in M Bleinert-Coyle (ed.), Beyond Words: Crossing Borders in English Studies. tertium, Krakow, pp. 273-290.

Grasl, C 2014, Oedipal Murders and Nostalgic Resurrections: The Victorians in Historical Middlebrow Fiction, 1914-1959. Anglistische Forschungen, Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH, Heidelberg.

Novak, C 2013, Reading the Victorian Nightmare: A Cognitive Approach to Marghanita Laski’s The Victorian Chaise-Longue. in Z Mazur (ed.), Languages, Literatures and Cultures in Contact. vol. 1, tertium, Krakau, pp. 235-246, Krakau, Poland, 27/04/11.

Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik

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1090 Wien
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T: +43-1-4277-34444