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Sarah Fißmer, M.A.


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PhD Project:

The Importance of Reconciliation for Current British Remembrance of the First World War (working title as of Dec. 2018)

Advisor: Prof. Dr. Uwe Baumann

 

 

Teaching:

Summer term 2019: From Page to Stage - Seminar & Field Trip to the Royal Shakespeare Company
Summer term 2019: Issues Course 'Remembering the Great War: Literary and Cultural Representations in Discourse'
Summer term 2018: From Page to Stage – Seminar & Field Trip to the Royal Shakespeare Company
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inter term 2013/2014: Epochen der Weltliteratur (Tutorial)

 

 

Publications:

2015. “Elizabeth Bennet: A Heroine Past and/or Present?”. In: Hanne Birk / Marion Gymnich (Eds.), Pride and Prejudice 2.0. Interpretations, Adaptations and Transformations of Jane Austen's Classic, Göttingen: V&R Unipress / Bonn University Press (with Hanne Birk, Marion Gymnich, Sarah Cordes, Corinna Jörres, Christina Lehnen and Manuela Zehnter)

2020. “The Great War and the Western Front: Lieux de Mémoire as Symbols for Reconciliation”. eSharp 28: 46-67.


 

 

 

Conferences:

Reconciliation and the Western Front – Sites of Remembrance in France and Belgium 2018 and Beyond”.
Paper presentation at the annual ISFWWS (International Society for First World War Studies) conference
Legacies in Leeds, UK, September 2019

Culture of Remembrance – The Concept”. Paper presentation and workshop participation (“Remembrance, Indifference: Remembering WW1 a 100 Years from now”) at the BPB History Festival War or Peace. Crossroads of History 1918/2018 in Berlin, October 2018

 

The Britons and Their Great War Myth: Contesting a Popular Way of Remembrance”. Paper presentation at the International Science Conference Remembrance of the First World War in Interwar Europe: In search for new analytical categories at the Thomas Mann Cultural Centre in Nida, Lithuania, September 2017

 

 

Research Interests:

British Remembrance of the First World War

Great War Literature and Poetry

Memory Studies

Renaissance Drama

Children and Young Adult Literature

 

 

Short CV:

Since 04/2018: Junior Lecturer and Doctoral Research Associate (wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin)

2017-2018: Programme Coordinator at the Academy for International Education

2016-2018: Graduate assistant at the Institute for English, American and Celtic Studies

2013-2014: Tutor for BA module on world literature

2013-2016: Student assistant at the Institute for English, American and Celtic Studies

2012-2017: Student and graduate assistant at the Academy for International Education

2011-2016: Student of English Literary and Cultural Studies (M.A.) at the University of Bonn

 

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