Stefanie Rudig

PhD.
Projektmitarbeiterin

Tel.: +43 512 507 4080
Büro: 40424 (»GeiWi-Turm«, 4. Stock)
Sprechstunden: Nach Vereinbarung
E-Mail: stefanie.rudig [at] uibk.ac.at


Zur Person

Diplomstudien der Anglistik/Amerikanistik und Romanistik an der Universität Innsbruck

Masterstudium an der English Faculty der University of Oxford

Doktoratsstudium der Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft an der Universität Innsbruck (Promotio sub auspiciis Praesidentis rei publicae)

Studien- und Forschungsaufenthalte in Großbritannien, USA, Neuseeland, Vietnam, Frankreich und Italien


Forschungsschwerpunkte

Victorian Literature and Culture

Postcolonial Literatures and Theories

Migration Studies

Book History

Critical Discourse Analysis


Laufendes Projekt

Grasping Alterity. A Cross-Disciplinary Analysis of Otherness.


Publikationen

2018 (?)  “Victorian New Zealand in the Global Marketplace.” Journal of Postcolonial Studies (under peer review)

2018 (?)  “Lady Barker – Writing Colonial New Zealand.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing (under peer review)

2017  “Miles Away: Miss Miles, a Female Bildungsroman by a ‘Friend of Charlotte Brontë.’” Brontë Studies 42.1

2014  “The Colonial Newspaper as a Stepping Stone for the Victorian New Zealand Writer: A Case Study of Louisa A. Baker.” Script & Print 38.1

2014  “Language Dichotomy in Contemporary Montreal: A Review of the ‘Two Solitudes’ in Recent Fiction and Non-Fiction.” Zeitschrift fuer Kanadastudien 34

2013  “Home and Abroad in the South Pacific: Spaces and Places in Robert Louis Stevenson’s and Katherine Mansfield’s Short Fiction.” Katherine Mansfield and the (Post)Colonial. Eds. Gerri Kimber, Delia da Sousa Correa, and Janet Wilson. Edinburgh: EUP

2011  Encounters avec l’Autre in Contemporary Montreal Literature: Aspects of Francophone-Anglophone Interactions at the Turn of the New Millennium. Stuttgart: ibidem