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Past Courses/ Teaching Experience

Past Courses/ Teaching Experience


Early Modern Studies

  • Folio/Age - Wor(l)dbuilding (MA Current Issues in Renaissance Studies, MA SS 2023)
  • A Midsummernight's Dream (BA Issues, SS 2023)
  • Liminality, Pasages, Transitions - Current Issues in Renaissance Studies, (MA, SS 2022)
  • Mapping the Nation (BA, SS 2022)
  • Hurting, Healing, and Shakespeare (MA, WS 2021/22)
  • Shakespeare and Marginalisation (MA Current Issues in Renaissance Studies, SS 2021)
  • Shakespeare and Race (BA Issues in Literary and Cultural Studies, SS 2021)
  • Shakespeare and Diversity (BA Renaissance Studies, WS 2020/2021)
  • Shakespeare and Time (BA, Intensive Module Renaissance Studies, SS 2020 - fully online)
  • Writings Politics on the Early Modern Stage (MA Module: Current Issues in Renaissance Studies, WS 2019/2020)
  • Shakespeare and Space (BA, Intensive Module Renaissance Studies, SS 2018)
  • Shakespeare Now (MA, Winter 2017/18))
  • Shakespeare for Teachers (Master of Education, Winter 2017/18)
  • Political Shakespeare: Venice - Material Culture and the Other (BA Advanced Module, Summer 2017)
  • Shakespeare and War (MA Module: SS 2016)
  • Shakespeare and the Renaissance (MA Teaching Degree: SS 2016)
  • Mapping the Romances: Myths and Fairy Tales (MA Module: WS 2015-16)
  • Shakespeare's Bastards (BA advanced Module: WS 2014-15)
  • "the king is dead, long live...?" Power and Propaganda in Shakespeare (BA Issues: SS 2014)
  • Eros & Thanatos in English Renaissance Drama (BA advanced module: WS 2013/2014)
  • Shakespeare. Law and History (MA Seminar: SS 2013)
  • Retribution and Revenge in the English Renaissance (MA Seminar: WS 2012/2013)
  • Shakespeare Adaptations in Film and Literature (BA advanced module: WS 2012/2013)
  • Drama, Theatre, Film. Authority, Authenticity, Adaptations (BA Optional: SS 2011)
  • Transgression and Subversion of Power (MA Advanced Module: WS 2010/2011)
  • British and Postcolonial Literatures and Cultures: Mystery, Myth, and Magic (BA V: SS 2010)
  • Playing Politics: "Danger never dreamt of - that is the danger" (BA V2: WS 2009/2010)
  • Drama Theory/ Dramentheorie (BA: WS 2008/2009, joint teaching)
  • Knights, Noblemen and Ladies in Distress: Heroes and Chivalry in all Ages and Genres (Wiss. Übung: WS 2008/2009)
  • Reading the Renaissance/ Lektürekurs Renaissance (Wiss. Übung: SS 2008)
  • Revenge in English Renaissance Tragedy (Proseminar: WS 2006/2007)
  • Fathers and Daughters in Early Modern Drama/ Väter und Töchter im Drama der Shakespearezeit (Proseminar: SS 2005)



  •  "Who's fond of Virginia Woolf? Novels & Adaptations" (MA Module: Literatures and Cultures in Comparison SS 2019)
  • Modernism (MA Module: Literatures and Cultures from the Twentieth Century to the Present SS 2019, teaching series)
  • The Hogarth Press 1917. Celebrating Modernism (BA Issues, SS 2017)
  • "For nothing was simply one thing". To the Lighthouse. Theory and Text (BA advanced module: WS 2015/2016)
  • Modernism. Emotion. Subjectivity. (MA Module: SS 2015)
  • Modernism (BA advanced module: WS 2013/2014)
  • Virginia Woolf. Time, Space & Memory (BA Issues: SS 2012)
  • British Literatures and Cultures: The Sea (BA V: SS 2011)
  • Bloomsbury (Proseminar: SS 2006)
  • Modern Histories (Proseminar: SS 2007)


Cultural Studies Modules & Field Trips

  • Scottish Politics, Edinburgh and the Highlands (SS 2022)
  • National Identity - Scotland. A Case Study (WS 2021/22)
  • Field Trip to Stratford-upon-Avon (BA & MA students SS 2019)
  • Scottish History and the Scots Language & Field Trip to Stirling, the Cairngorms and Edinburgh (Regional Studies, SS 2019)
  • Scottish Poetry & Field Trip to Edinburgh, the Cairngorms, and the Silver City Aberdeen (SS 2018)
  • Scottish Romanticism & Field Trip to Scotland's Cities and the West Coast (SS 2017)
  • Scottish Literature & Field Trip to Edinburgh (BA Optional module: SS 2015/ SS 2016)
  • Exploring British Cultural History: Yorkshire Field Trip to Yorkshire (June 2014; MA research module: SS 2014)
  • 'From Page to Stage': Field Trip to Stratford-upon-Avon (MA module: SS 2010. 2011, 2012; Organisation Field Trip: SS 2009 - SS 2013)
  • Field Trip to Washington D.C. (SS 2012)
  • "Slow let us trace the matchless vale of the Thames" - Topography in Literature (MA Advanced Module: SS 2010)
  • Field Trip to London (May 2010)
  • Schottische Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte (Proseminar: WS 2005/2006)
  • London in Literature (Proseminar: WS 2007/2008)



Further Teaching

  • We write in Water (WS 22/23)
  • Focus on Water (WS 22/23)
  • Sports in Popular Culture (MA Module: Anglophone Media and Popular Culture, WS 2018/19)
  • Rhine Romanticism  (BA Advanced Module: WS 2016/17)
  • A Taste of Scottish and Irish Literature from Romanticism to Postmodernism (MA Module: WS 2016/17)
  • BA thesis colloquium (SS 2013)
  • The Novel/ Der Roman vom 18. bis 20. Jahrhundert (BA module: WS 2008/2009, joint teaching)
  • Doctors and Churchmen in Literature (BA seminar: WS 2011/2012)
Introductory modules
  • Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies (WS 2010/2011; WS 2011/2012)
  • Englische Literaturen und Kulturen (SS 2009)
  • Grundkurs: Einführung in die Literaturwissenschaft (SS 2006)