Intern
    Anglistik und Amerikanistik

    PD Dr. Ina Bergmann - Teaching

    at the University of Würzburg (1998-2017)

    Lectures
    • Introduction to American Literary Studies
    • Scribbling Women: Nineteenth-Century Women Writers
    • American Women Writers From Anne Bradstreet to Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)
    • American Women Writers From Elizabeth Stuart Phelps to Annie Proulx (International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)
    Advanced Seminars
    • Novel History
    • Intermediality & Life Writing
    • Cultures of Solitude: Hermits, Solitaries, and Recluses
    • Liminality and the Short Story: Boundary Crossings in American Writing
    • Hermits and Recluses in American Literature and Culture: Urban Retreat
    • Hermits and Recluses in American Literature and Culture: Isolation in Nature
    • Spin-Off, Mash-Up, and Rewrite: Literary Recycling
    • Life is Fiction: Contemporary Life-Writing
    • "Whose Lives Are They Anyway?": Biofiction and Biopics
    • "It's All Just a Little Bit of History Repeating": Multi-Time-Level Historical Fiction
    • "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman": The Female Künstlerroman (International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)
    • Beyond Adaptation? Innovative Forms of Appropriation in Contemporary Literature and Film
    • "This River of Romance": The Hudson Valley and Upstate New York in History, Literature, and Art
    • "A Damned Mob of Scribbling Women": Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers
    • Representations of Evil (with Jochen Achilles)
    • The Moral Turn in American Literature (with Jochen Achilles, International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)
    • Ethics in American Literature (with Jochen Achilles, International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)
    Introductory Seminars
    • Women’s Writing: Poetry
    • Women’s Writing: Prose
    • Julia Ward Howe’s Civil Wars: Texts and Contexts
    • Growing Up: Coming-of-Age Fiction
    • "The Power of Blackness": Hawthorne, Poe, Melville
    • "The Tenth Muse": American Women's Poetry
    • Literary Spinoffs: Canon Serialization in Contemporary Fiction
    • The Literature of "Becoming" in the 21st Century
    • The Literature of "Becoming"
    • American Women's Writing: A Survey
    • Murder Past Tense
    • Jack the Ripper's American Cousins
    • A Nation at War (International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)
    • Reanimated Classics
    • Literature by Women: The 19th Century
    • Magic(al) Realism
    • Fiction of the American Renaissance
    • "A Peep at the Pilgrims": Victorian Views on the Puritans
    • History in the American Novel
    • Modernism
    • Prize-winning Novels
    • The Invention of the Short Story
    • Growing Up Female
    • American Gothic
    • Southern Fiction and Culture
    • American Crime Fiction
    • The American Short Story: An Introduction
    • Literature by Women
    • Eugene O’Neill
    • Hemingway & Faulkner
    • Initiation
    • American History: A Culture Studies Course
    Introductory Courses
    • Introduction to American Studies (taught frequently)
    • American History I – From the Beginnings to the Civil War: A Culture Studies Course (taught frequently)
    • Einführung in die englische Literaturwissenschaft (taught frequently)
    Exercises
    • American Myths
    • Research and Exam Colloquium (International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg) (taught frequently)
    • Research Colloquium (International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)
    • The Significant Seven: What's New in AmLit (International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)
    • Research and Exam Colloquium
    • Kolloquium zu laufenden Magister- und Examensarbeiten
    • Major American Writers: Ernest Hemingway
    • Reading American Women Writers from Elizabeth Stuart Phelps to Annie Proulx
    • Kolloquium und Prüfungsvorbereitung für Magister- und Examenskandidaten
    • Reading American Women Writers from Anne Bradstreet to Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
    • The Significant Seven: Growing Up in the New Millennium
    • Major American Writers: William Faulkner
    • The Significant Seven: The Return of the Author
    • Major American Writers: Nathaniel Hawthorne
    • The Significant Seven: Poe Evermore
    • Introducing: Arthur Phillips
    • Central Topics in American Studies: Early American Literature
    • Central Topics in American Studies: Major American Short Stories – the 19th Century
    • Central Topics in American Studies: Major American Short Stories – the 20th Century
    • The Significant Seven: Herstory
    • The Significant Seven: New Historical Fiction
    • Kolloquium zu laufenden Examens-, Magister- und Forschungsarbeiten in der Amerikanistik (with Birgit Däwes, International Graduate School for the Humanities, Würzburg)

    at the University of Konstanz (2012-2013)

    Colloquia
    • Exam Colloquium
    • Research Colloquium
    • Central Topics in American Studies: The Contemporary Novel
    Advanced seminars
    • "A Usable Past": The New Historical Fiction
    • "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman": The Female Artist in Literature and Culture
    • American Lives: Biofiction, Biopics, and More
    • "From Hell": Historical Serial Killer Fiction
    • The Literature of "Becoming"
    Introductory seminar
    • "American Drama: An Introduction"

    at the University of Vienna, Austria (2011)

    Research Colloquium
    • Specialized Seminar for Ph.D. Candidates in English and American Studies
    Advanced Seminars
    • The Nineteenth Century Revis(it)ed: The New American Historical Fiction
    • "And Then the Child Becomes a Woman": Female Initiation in American Fiction, 1865-2010
    Introductory Seminar
    • Tracing the Female Tradition: American Women Writers from Anne Bradstreet to Alice Sebold

    at the University for Applied Sciences Aschaffenburg (2009)

    • Lecture English II/English for Technical Purposes:English for Industrial Engineers (2x)

    at the State University of New York (SUNY), Albany, NY, USA (2005)

    • AENG368L/AWSS368L Women Writers:"And Then the Child Becomes a Woman": Female Initiation in the American Short Story
    • AENG434 American Literature 1865-1920:Concepts of Realism, Naturalism, and Local Color
    Kontakt

    Neuphilologisches Institut
    Anglistik/Amerikanistik
    Am Hubland
    97070 Würzburg

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