Dr. Katrin Horn - Presentations


    Invited Lectures

    January 16 – "Queer Performance in Transnational Spaces: Lady Gaga's Monster Ball." Lecture Series Making America, University of Bamberg

    May 2015"Pop Art to ARTPOP – Lady Gaga's Music Videos in Context." Lecture Series Popular Culture and the Canon, University of Leipzig (May 2015)

    Conference Papers

    Sep 2015»›In the Privacy of Their Homes‹: Women and Gossip in Edith Wharton’s Fiction, Polish Association for American Studies Annual Conference Homeliness, Domesticity and Security in American Culture, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw

    July 2015“Global Stars' Local Performances – The Pop Concert as Commodity, Community and Contact Zone.” Cultural Performance in Transnational American Studies, Regensburg  

    June 2015"Longing for a Future Past? Nostalgia and Queer Women in Media.” Console-Ing Passions, Dublin

    June 2014“’Who Made Honky Tonk Angels?’ – Negotiations of Gender in 1950s Country Music,« Stimme, Kultur, Identität. Vokaler Ausdruck in der populären Musik der USA (1900–1960), Liszt  School of Music, Weimar

    Mar 2014“’Where else would we go?’ - The Bar in Lesbian Romantic Comedies,” Annual Conference of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Seattle, WA

    Feb 2014“Pop Scores in Queer Romantic Comedies”. ‘Play it again, Sam!’ The History, Theory and Practice of Songs in Film, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel

    Nov 2013“’And sometimes it seems like I get the dirty side of both’ – The Erratic (Un)Popularity of Pulp Novels” Unpopular Culture, Amerikahaus München

    Juni 2013“Queer as Country-Folk: LGBT Representation in Rural US“, Rural America –Annual Conference of the German Association for American Studies, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen

    Nov 2012Response to Prof. Dr. Peter Boag “’Strange Country This’: (Trans)Gendering the American Frontier”, 60 Jahre Fulbright -Kommission, Tübingen University

    Mar 2012“The Return of the B-Movie: Bitch Slap! and Lesploitation”, Annual Conference of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Boston, MA

    Nov 2011“Can (Post)Feminism be Fun? Women and Humor in 30 Rock”, “Who’s laughing now?” – Humor as Resistance and Oppression in US-American Culture, Humboldt University, Berlin

    Apr 2011Panel Chair “Black Role Models for a New Community”, as well as paper “'Precious' Role Models The Representational Politics of Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire”, "Black States of Desire: Dispossession, Circulation, Transformation”, 9th International Conference of the Collegium for African-American Research, Paris

    Oct 2010“Queer Performativity and Camp in the Pop Art of Lady Gaga”, Queer Studies area at the annual meeting of the Midwest Popular and American Culture Association (MPCA/ACA), Minneapolis, MN

    Nov 2009„Postfeminist Camp“ Gender, Queer und Medien – Gegenwärtige Ansätze und Perspektiven, University of Hamburg