Intern
    Anglistik und Amerikanistik

    PD Dr. Heike Raphael-Hernandez - Curriculum Vitae

    Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

    2013 - Habilitation an der Universität Mainz: Department of English and Linguistics - Habilitationsschrift: Fear, Desire, and the Stranger Next Door: Global South Immigration in American Film; Habilitationsvortrag: “The Moravian Church's 18th-century Mission Documents and Their Missionary Work among Slaves in the Caribbean”

    2007 - Certificate: Online University Teaching (University of Maryland University College, USA) (Renewal: 2014)

    1997 - Promotion in Anglistik und Geschichte an der Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg - Dissertation: Dreaming for Empowerment: Ernst Bloch's Principle of Hope and Contemporary African American Women Writers

    1989 M.A. English an der University of Louisville, KY, USA - Masterthesis: The Concept of the Critical Utopia in the Works of Zora Neale Hurston, Alice Walker, and Toni Morrison

    1984-1987 Studium der Anglistik, Geschichte und Germanistik an der Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

    Forschungsaufenthalte

    November 2016, February - June 2017 – Stanford University (Visiting Scholar)

    August 2015 - Harvard University: American Studies Program (Associate of Higher Degrees in American Studies)

    März/April 2015 - Harvard University: American Studies Program (Associate of Higher Degrees in American Studies)

    August 2014 - Harvard University: American Studies Program (Associate of Higher Degrees in American Studies)

    Februar/März 2013 - UC Berkeley: Beatrice Bain Research Group, Department of Women and Gender Studies (Visiting Research Scholar)

    Februar/März 2012 - UC Berkeley: Beatrice Bain Research Group, Department of Women and Gender Studies (Visiting Research Scholar)

    März 2011 - UC Berkeley: African Diaspora and African American Studies Department (Visiting Research Scholar)

    Jan.–Dez. 2009 - UC Berkeley: African Diaspora and African American Studies Department (Visiting Professor)

    1993-1994 - Harvard University: African American Studies Department (Visiting Doctoral Scholar)

    Akademische Auszeichnungen

    September 2016 – June 2017: Stanford University (Visiting Scholar)

    August 2015: Harvard University: American Studies Program (Associate of Higher Degrees in American Studies)

    Januar 2015: American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) (Fellow 2015-2017: Collaborative Research Project)

    März/April 2015: Harvard University, American Studies Program (Associate of Higher Degrees in American Studies)

    August 2014: Harvard University, American Studies Program (Associate of Higher Degrees in American Studies)

    März 2012: Teaching Excellence Award University of Maryland University College

    März 2011: Board of Regents Faculty Excellence Award in der Kategorie "Research/Scholarship" (die Auszeichnung betrifft das gesamte University of Maryland-System)

    Jan-Dez. 2009: Visiting Professor, Dept. of African Diaspora and African American Studies, UC Berkeley

    Sept. 2008: Distinguished Service, University of Maryland University College European Division

    Lehrerfahrung

    April 2014-Februar 2017 - Vertretungsprofessorin, W2: Universität Würzburg, American Cultural Studies

    Seit Oktober 2011 - Adjunct Professor of English: University of Maryland University College, Europe

    Oktober 2003-September 2011 Professor of English: University of Maryland University College, Europe

    Oktober 2013-März 2014: Gastwissenschaftlerin und -dozentin (American Studies): Universität Würzburg

    Oktober 2011-März 2013: Vertretungsprofessorin, W3 (Amerikanische Literatur und Kultur): Universität Potsdam

    Sommersemester 2013: Lehrbeauftragte: Department of English and Linguistics, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

    Sommersemester 2011: Akademische Rätin (Vertretung): Englisches Institut, Universität Freiburg

    Sommersemester 2011: Lehrbeauftragte: Department of English and Linguistics, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

    Wintersemester 2010/11: Lehrbeauftragte: Department of English and Linguistics, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

    Januar 2009-Dezember 2009: Visiting Professor: University of California at Berkeley, African Diaspora and African American Studies Department

    Oktober 2008-Dezember 2008: Akademische Mitarbeiterin: Anglistisches Institut, Universität Heidelberg

    Oktober 1990-März 2003: Lecturer: English Department, University of Maryland University College, European Division (Heidelberg, Germany)

    WS 2000: Lehrbeauftragte: Anglistisches Institut, Universität Heidelberg

    SS 1999: Lehrbeauftragte: Anglistisches Institut, Universität Heidelberg

    SS 1998: Lehrbeauftragte: Anglistisches Institut, Universität Heidelberg

    1988-1990: Teaching Assistant: University of Louisville, KY, USA

    Drittmitteleinwerbung

    ACLS (American Council of Learned Societies):Collaborative Research Fellowship: Visualizing Travel, Gendering the African Diaspora. Zusammen mit Leigh Raiford (African Diaspora and African American Studies Dept., UC Berkeley) und Cheryl Finley (Dept. of the History of Art and Director of Visual Studies, Cornell University) - September 2015 - August 2017

    DFG: Forschungsaufenthalt: Harvard Universität / Moravian Archives (Bethlehem, PA, USA). Thema: German Entanglement in Transatlantic Slavery in the Americas during the 18th Century - März/April 2015 sowie August/Sept. 2015

    VW Stiftung: Internationales Symposium: Migrating the Black Body: The African Diaspora and Visual Culture. Zusammen mit Leigh Raiford (African Diaspora and African American Studies Dept., UC Berkeley) - 10.-13. September 2014

    VW Stiftung: Internationales Symposium: Hip Hop as Transatlantic Social and Political Empowerment. Zusammen mit Eva Kimminich (Universität Potsdam) - 11.-14. September 2013

    Fulbright Senior Specialist: Senior Fulbright Gastprofessur für Leigh Raiford (African American Studies, UC Berkeley). Universität Potsdam - Mai-Juni 2012

    DFG: Forschungsaufenthalt: Beatrice Bain Research Center Scholar, Department of Women and Gender Studies, UC Berkeley - März/April 2013

    DFG: Forschungsaufenthalt: UC Berkeley, African American Studies Department - Januar-Dezember 2009

    DFG: Konferenzvortrag: 19th Annual Conference, Society for Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the United States, Chicago, USA - 6.-10. April 2005

    DFG / U.S. Botschaft / Stadt Heidelberg: Gründung von MESEA (Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe Americas www.mesea.org ). Zusammen mit Dorothea Fischer-Hornung (Universität Heidelberg) - Gründungskonferenz 25.-28. Juni 1998 in Heidelberg

    Board und Advisory Aktivitäten

    Seit September 2015: Advisory Board Member. H-Black Europe. Hosted by Kira Thurman (Assistant Professor of History, University of Akron) and Tiffany Florvil (Assistant Professor of History, University of New Mexico).

    Seit Juni 2013: Board Member. CAAR (Collegium for African American Research).

    2004-2012: Board Member. MESEA (Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe and the Americas).

    2000-2004: Officer of the Executive Board. MESEA (Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe and the Americas).

    1997-2000: Officer of the Executive Board. MELUS Europe (Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the US in Europe).

    2011: Advisory Board Member. EraseRacism. International web project. Hosted by Center for Race and Gender, UC Berkeley. http://www.eraseracism.org/drupal/

    2005: Chair and Advisor. Spring Academy. Heidelberg Center for American Studies, Ruprecht-Karls-University, Heidelberg, Germany.

    Mitgliedschaften

    • ASA (American Studies Association)
    • CAAR (Collegium for African American Research)
    • EAAS (European Association for American Studies)
    • DGfA (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Amerikastudien)
    • MLA (Modern Language Association of America)
    • MELUS (Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the US)
    • MESEA (Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe and the Americas)
    • Toni Morrison Society
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