Zu Hauptinhalt springen
Startseite UR

Prof. Dr. Jochen Petzold


Office hours during summer term 2016:
Tuesdays, 16:00 to 17:30 

Office hours during the term break:
Thursdays, 14:00 to 15:30 on 21.07., 28.07., 04.08., 25.08., 15.09., 13.10.


Für Informationen zu meinen Lehrveranstaltungen, zu Prüfungen oder zum Erstellen von Abschlussarbeiten, klicken Sie bitte in der linken Spalte auf "Für Studierende"


News

Room Change "Shakespeare's History Plays":
From now on the lecture will take place in H 17.


forschung

Research Interests


South African Literature

Prof. Petzold has started working on South African literature in the late 1990s; his main research interest was at first connected with the interdependencies of 'history' and 'identity', and it led to his doctoral thesis Re-imagining White Identity by Exploring the Past: History in South African Novels of the 1990s (Trier: WVT, 2002). More recently, his focus is shifting towards the representation of South Africa's cities and their 'problems' (eg. migration/immigration, violence, HIV/AIDS).


Genre Theory / Theory of Poetry

In his Habilitationsschrift, Sprechsituationen lyrischer Dichtung: Ein Beitrag zur Gattungstypologie (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2013), Prof. Petzold uses an approach based on cognitive science to examine genre theory, more specifically the theory of (lyrical) poetry. In connection with this research theme, he was awarded funding by the German Research Foundation (DFG) for a project examining the speaker position in a large selection of poems written in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The final report can be downloaded as a pdf (in German).


Victorian Literature for Children and Young Adults

An early research interest, connected with his work on South African fiction, was the representation of Africa and Africans in nineteenth century British adventure fiction (Ballantyne, Conrad, Haggard, Henty).

In 2008, Prof. Petzold was granted a EU-funded Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the Unviersity of Edinburgh, to examine the representation of natural science in periodicals for young readers, published between 1847 and 1900. The research project was scheduled to run for two years (2009 and 2010), but had to be terminated after 15 months when he was appointed Professor of British Literature and Cultural Studies at the University of Regensburg. Due to this, he has focussed on data-collection while in Edinburgh; the analysis of this data is ongoing and has already led to a number of publications.

Publikationen

List of Publications

A.   Books

Re-imagining White Identity by Exploring the Past: History in South African Novels
     of the 1990s.
Studies in English Literary Cultural History 5. Trier: WVT,
     2002.

Sprechsituationen lyrischer Dichtung: Ein Beitrag zur Gattungstypologie.
     ZAA Monographs. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2012.

 

B.   Articles

"Inventing the Victorian boy: S.O Beeton's The Boy's Own Magazine." The Making
     of English Popular Culture
. Ed. John Storey. Abington: Routledge, 2016.
     76-89.

"Laughing at Racism or Laughing with the Racists? The 'Indian Comedy' of
     Goodness Gracious Me." British TV Comedies: Cultural Concepts, Contexts and
     Controversies
. Ed. Jürgen Kamm & Birgit Neumann. Houndmills: Palgrave, 2016.
     185-196.

"Raising Ghosts or Laying Them to Rest? Ghost Stories in Two Victorian Magazines
     for 'Boys'." Geister: Einblicke in das Unsichtbare. Ed. Dieter Petzold. Inklings:
     Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik
33. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2016. 27-40.

"'Making it Fit': The Appropriation of Poe in Boy's Own Magazine." The Edgar Allan
     Poe Review
16.2 (2015): 155-168.

"Dystopia of Reproduction: P.D. James, The Children of Men (1992) and Alfonso
     Cuarón, Children of Men (2006)." Dystopia, Science Fiction, Post-Apocalypse:
     Classics - New Tendencies - Model Interpretations
. Ed. Eckart Voigts and
     Alessandra Boller. Trier: WVT, 2015. 333-345.

"It's Not Cruel, It's Science! The Re-Invention of Bird-Nesting in Late Victorian
     Juvenile Culture." Anglistentag 2013 Konstanz: Proceedings. Ed. Silvia Mergen-
     thal & Reingard Nischik. Trier: WVT, 2014. 9-19.

"'How like us is that ugly brute, the ape!': Darwin's 'Ape Theory' and Its Traces in
     Victorian Children's Magazines." Reflecting on Darwin. Ed. Eckart Voigts, Barbara
     Schaff and Monika Pietrzak-Franger. Farnham: Ashgate, 2014. 57-71.

"'Are You Learning to Grow Old?': 'Aging Well' with the Help of The Girl's Own
     Paper
, 1880 to 1900." Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Aging in Nineteenth-
     Century Culture
. Ed. Katharina Boehm, Anna Farkas, and Anne-Julia Zwierlein.
     London: Routledge, 2014. 147-164.

"Mr Gorilla, the 'Lion of the Season': Die Britische Gorilla-Manie im Spiegel
     Viktorianischer Kinderliteratur." Animalia in fabula: Interdisziplinäre Gedanken
     über das Tier in der Sprache, Literatur und Kultur.
Ed. Miorita Ulrich und
     Dina De Rentiis. Bamberg: University of Bamberg Press, 2013. 179-198.

"The Victorian Debate on Science Education and the Case of 'Robina Crusoe'."
     Anglistentag 2011 Freiburg: Proceedings. Ed. Monika Fludernik and
     Benjamin Kohlmann. Trier: WVT, 2012.
353-364.

"John Gay's Polly and the Politics of 'Colonial Pastoral'." Zeitschrift für Anglistik
     und Amerikanistik
60.2 (2012):107-120.

"Whose Hillbrow? Xenophobia and the Urban Space in the 'New' South Africa."
     Contested Communities: Communication, Narration, Imagination. Ed. Susanne
     Mühleisen. ASNEL Papers. Amsterdam: Rodopi. At press.

"Polly Peachum, a 'Model of Virtue'? Questions of Morality in John Gay's Polly."
     Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 35.3 (2012): 343-357.

"'The end was not ignoble'? Bird-Nesting Between Cruelty, Manliness and Science
     Education in British Children's Periodicals, 1850-1900." Time of Beauty,
     Time of Fear: the Romantic Legacy in the Literature of Childhood.
Ed. James
     Holt McGavran, Jr. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 2012. 128-150.

"Robert Louis Stevensons Treasure Island." "Klassiker" der internationalen Jugend-
     literatur: Kulturelle und epochenspezifische Diskurse aus Sicht der Fach-
     disziplinen. Ed. Anita Schilcher und Claudia Maria Pecher. Hohengehren:
     Schneider, 2012. 83-97.

“'Nothing like this can be your fault at your age' Trauma-Narrative and the
     Politics of Self-Accusation in The Innocence of Roast Chicken." Trauma,
     Memory, and Narrative in the Contemporary South African Novel.
Ed. Ewald
     Mengel and Michela Borzaga. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2012. 319-333.

"'Play up! play up! and play the game!' The Militarization of Cricket in Victorian
     Boys' Magazines." Journal for the Study of British Cultures Special Issue:
     "Sports." Ed. Christian Schmitt-Kilb. 18.1 (2011): 27-39.

"Moral Opposition to Gay's Beggar's Opera: William Duncombe's 'Evidence'
     Refuted." Notes and Queries NS 57.1 (2010): 71-73.

"The Needlework of War-time: The South African War in Magazines for Young
     Readers." Anglistentag 2008 Tübingen: Proceedings. Ed. Christoph Reinfandt
     and Lars Eckstein. Trier: WVT, 2009. 481-490.

[with Barbara Korte] "Censorship in Britain: Then and Now." Censorship and
     Cultural Regulation in Contemporary Britain.
Ed. Barbara Korte and Jochen
     Petzold. 15.2 (2008): 97-108.

"The Subjectivity of Absence: Verbal Cues for Constructing an Individual Point of
     View in Poems with 'Hidden' Speakers." Anglistentag 2007 Münster:
     Proceedings
. Ed. Klaus Stierstorfer. Trier: WVT, 2008. 235-243.

"Geschichte als Verbrechen: Zur Verknüpfung von history und crime in Romanen
     André Brinks." Geschichte im Krimi: Beiträge aus den Kulturwissenschaften.
     Ed. Barbara Korte and Sylvia Paletschek. Köln: Böhlau, 2009. 227-239.

"White Angst in South Africa – The Apocalyptic Vision of John Conyngham."
     Embracing the Other: Addressing Xenophobia in the New Literatures in
     English
. Ed. Dunja Mohr. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008. 141-151.

"'Translating' the Great Trek into the Twentieth Century: Re-interpretation of the
     Afrikaner Myth in Three South African Novels." English in Africa 34.1 (2007):
     115-131.

[with Rüdiger Heinze] "No More Room in Hell: Utopian Moments in the Dystopia
     of 28 Days Later." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Special Issue
     "The Disappearance of Utopia?" Ed. Rüdiger Heinze and Jochen Petzold. 55.1
     (2007): 53-68.

[with Rüdiger Heinze] "Introduction: The Disappearance of Utopia?" Zeitschrift für
     Anglistik und Amerikanistik
, Special Issue "The Disappearance of Utopia?" Ed.
     Rüdiger Heinze and Jochen Petzold. 55.1 (2007): 1-3.

"Integrating Jack and John: Anthologizing Donne in the Twentieth Century."
     Anglistik 18.1 (2007). 9-26.

"Subverting the Master Discourse? The Power of Women's Words in
     Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and Fletcher's The Woman's Prize, or
     The Tamer Tamed
." Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 31.2 (2006):
     157-170.

"Children's Literature after Apartheid: Examining 'Hidden Histories' of South
     Africa's Past." Children's Literature Association Quarterly 30.2 (2005):
     140-151.

"Ridiculing Rainbow Rhetoric: Christopher Hope's Me, the Moon and Elvis
     Presley
." Towards a Transcultural Future: Literature and Society in a 'Post'-
     Colonial World.
ASNEL Papers 9.2. Ed. Geoffrey Davis, Peter Marsden,
     Bénédicte Ledent and Marc Delrez. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005. 285-292.

"Das Motiv der Farm bei J. M. Coetzee: Dekonstruktion eines südafrikanischen
     Mythos." Normen, Ausgrenzungen, Hybridisierungen und 'Acts of Identity'. Ed.
     Monika Fludernik and Hans-Joachim Gehrke. Würzburg: Ergon, 2004.
     95-114.

"Afrika als 'Other': Landschaftsdarstellung im englischen Abenteuerroman und
     die Kolonisierung Afrikas." Ordnungen der Landschaft: Natur und Raum
     technisch und symbolisch entwerfen.
Hrsg. Stefan kaufmann. Identitäten und
     Alteritäten Bd. 12. Würzburg: Ergon, 2002. 175-190.

"In Search of a New National History: Debunking Old Heroes in Robert Kirby's
     The Secret Letters of Jan van Riebeeck." Research in African Literatures,
     Special Issue "Nationalism", 32.3 (2001): 143-154.

"André Brink's Magical History Tour: Postmodern and Postcolonial Influences in
     The First Life of Adamastor." English in Africa 27.2 (2000): 45-58.

"Zwischen 'Nigger' und 'Noble Savage': Das Afrikabild in R. M. Ballantynes Black
     Ivory
." Afrika in den europäischen Literaturen zwischen 1860 und 1930.
     Hrsg. Titus Heydenreich und Eberhard Späth. Erlangen: Universitätsbund
     Erlangen-Nürnberg, 2000. 171-188.

"Marlow's Racism and the Subversion of Truths in Heart of Darkness." L'Epoque
     Conradienne
25 (1999): 9-25.

 

C.   Editorship

[with Barbara Korte] Journal for the Study of British Cultures. Special Issue
     "Censorship". 15.2 (2008).

[with Rüdiger Heinze] Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik. Special Issue
     "The Disappearance of Utopia?" 55.1 (2007).

 

D.   Reviews & Reports

(rev.) "Grzegorczyk, Blanka. Discourses of Postcolonialism in Contemporary British
     Children's Literature. New York & London: Routledge, 2015." Geister: Einblicke
     in das Unsichtbare.
Ed. Dieter Petzold. Inklings: Jahrbuch für Literatur und
     Ästhetik
33. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2016. 246-249.

(rev.) "Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, ed. The Ashgate Encyclopedia of Literary and
     Cinematic Monsters
. Farnham: Ashgate, 2014." Inklings: Jahrbuch für Literatur
     und Ästhetik
32 (2015): 240-242.

(rev.) "Kristine Moruzi. Constructing Girlhood through the Periodical Press,
    1850-1915
. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012." Anglistik 25.2 (2014): 171-172.

(rev.) "John Miller. Empire and the Animal Body. London and New York: Anthem,
     2012." ZAA 61.4 (2013): 411-412.

(rev.) "Jana Gohrisch & Ellen Grünkemeier, eds. Listening to Africa: Anglophone
     African Literatures and Cultures
  (Heidelberg: Winter, 2012)." Journal for the
     Study of British Cultures
  20.1 (2013): 82-85.

(rev.) "Carol Freeman, Elizabeth Leane and Yvette Watt, eds. Considering Animals:
     Contemporary Studies in Human-Animal Relations
(Farnham: Ashgate, 2012)."
     Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 165.1 (2013):
     195-196.

(rev.) "Johann Schmidt. Großbritannien 1945-2010: Kultur, Politik, Gesellschaft.
     (Stuttgart: Kröner, 2011)." Inklings: Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik 30
     (2013):351-353.

(rev.) "Michelle J. SmithEmpire in British Girls' Literature and Culture: Imperial Girls,
     1880-1915
(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)." Zeitschrift für Anglistik
     und Amerikanistik
60.4 (2012): 407-408.

(rev.) "Saskia Lettmaier. Broken Engagements: The Action for Breach of Promise
     of Marriage and the Feminine Ideal, 1800-1940
(Oxford: OUP, 2010)."
     Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 60.2 (2012): 194-195.

(rev.) "Andrea Gutenberg. Körper, Sexualität und Moral: Die Auseinandersetzung
     mit Degenerationsvorstellungen in englischer Literature und Kultur
     1910-1940
(Trier: WVT, 2009)." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik
     59.1 (2011): 93-94.

(rev.) "Sonja Altnöder, Inhabiting the "New" South Africa: Ethical Encounters at the
     Race-Gender Interface in Four Post-Apartheid Novels by Zoë Wicomb,
     Sindiwe Magona, Nadine Gordimer and Farida Karodia
(Trier: WVT, 2008)."
     Anglistik 21.1 (2010): 228-229.

(rev.) "Yulisa Amadu Maddy and Donnarae MacCann, Neo-Imperialism in
     Children's Literature About Africa: A Study of Contemporary Fiction
(New
     York: Routledge, 2009)." Children's Literary Association Quarterly 34.3
     (2009): 300-302.

(rev.) "Thomas Kullmann, Englische Kinder- und Jugendliteratur: Eine Einführung
     (Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2008)." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und
     Amerikanistik
57.4 (2009): 403-404.

(rev.) "Claudia Drawe, Erinnerung und Identität in ausgewählten Romanen der
     Postapartheid
(Trier: WVT, 2007)." Anglistik 20.1 (2009): 231-232.

(rev.) "Ulrich Pallua, Eurocentrism, Racism, Colonialism in the Victorian and
     Edwardian Age
(Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2006)." Anglia 125.2
     (2007): 386-389.

(rev.) "Eva Müller-Zettelmann and Margarete Rubik, eds, Theory into Poetry: New
     Approaches to the Lyric
(Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2005)." Zeitschrift
     für Anglistik und Amerikanistik
55.2 (2007): 195-196.

(rev.) "Kay Sulk, 'Not Grace, then, but at Least the Body': J.M. Coetzees Schriften
     1990–1999
(Bielefeld: Transcript, 2005)." Anglistik 18.1 (2007): 217-218.

(rev.) "Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, Victorian Afterlives: The Shaping of Influence in
     Nineteenth-Century Literature
". Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik
     51.4 (2003): 461-462.

(rev.) "Elmar Schenkel, H. G. Wells: Der Prophet im Labyrinth". Zeitschrift für
     Anglistik und Amerikanistik
51.3 (2003): 326-327.

[with Haike Frank] "Embracing the Other" (Conference Report). European English
     Messenger
11.2 (2002): 75-76.

 

E.   Interview

[with Rüdiger Heinze] "The Disappearance of Utopia? An Interview with Ernest
     Callenbach on the Role and Function of Utopian Thought in Contemporary
     American Society." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Special Issue
     "The Disappearance of Utopia?" Ed. Rüdiger Heinze and Jochen Petzold. 55.1
     (2007): 87-92.

  

Vorträge

Öffentliche Vorträge, Konferenzbeiträge

 

“Paternalistic 'Emancipation': Anti-slavery Discourse in the Adventure Stories of
     Robert Michael Ballantyne." July 2015. "Empires and Revolutions: R.B.
     Cunninghame Graham and Other Scottish Writers on Globalisation and
     Democracy (c. 1850 - 1950)." Annual Conference of ASLS. Stirling, Scotland.

"Nur ein toter Ork ist ein guter Ork? Rassismus in Fantasy & SciFi." June 2015.
     Festival Contre le Racisme. Universität Regensburg.

"Laying to Rest the Ghosts?! Ghost Stories in Two Victorian Magazines for 'Boys'."
     Mai 2015. "Ghosts: A Conference on the Nearly Invisible." Universität Leipzig.

"'I believe in Darwin's theory: we are descended doubtless from gorillas.' Victorian
     Monkey-Mania and Children's Literature." Guest Lecture, November 2014,
     Universität Braunschweig.

"'It's Not Cruel, It's Science!' The Re-invention of Bird-nesting in Late Victorian
     Juvenile Culture." September 2013. Anglistentag, Sektion "Victorian Lives,"
     Universität Konstanz.

"Chains of Voices: Subjectivity, Multiperspectivity and Historical ‘Truth’ in Novels of
     André Brink.” März 2013. “Contrary: The Oeuvre of André Brink.” University of
     Pretoria (South Africa). Reiseförderung durch den DAAD.   

“Laughing Away Racism? The ‘Indian Comedy’ of Goodness Gracious Me.”
     November 2012. Ringvorlesung “A History of British TV Comedy: Poetics –
     Politics – Interpretations.” Universität Passau, WS 2012/13.

“Mr Gorilla, ‘The Lion of the Season’: Die Britische ‘Gorilla-Manie’ im Spiegel der
     Viktorianischen Kinderliteratur.” Dezember 2011. Ringvorlesung “Das Tier in der
     Sprache, Literatur und Kultur.” Universität Bamberg, WS 2011/12.

“‘Are you learning to grow old?’ The Politics of Ageing in The Girl’s Own Paper.”
     November 2011. The Cultural Politics of Ageing in the Nineteenth Century:
     Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Universität Regensburg.

“I had some pet theories of my own on the subject of education, which I could
     now put to the test” – The Victorian Deabte on Science Education and the
     Case of “Robina Crusoe.” September 2011. Anglistentag, Sektion “Varia,”
     Unviersität Freiburg.

“(Post-)Colonial Space: Writing South Africa.” Juli 2011. Lehrerfortbildung des
     Instituts für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Regensburg.

“Piraten! Robert Louis Stevensons Treasure Island als Klassiker der
     Kinderliteratur.” Juni 2011. Ringvorlesung: Klassiker der Kinderliteratur,
     Universität Regensburg.

“John Gay’s Polly and the Politics of ‘Colonial Pastoral’.” Juni 2011. “Postcolonial
     Studies Across the Disciplines,” Jahrestagung der GNEL/ASNEL, Universität
     Hannover.

“‘Wie ähnlich ist uns der Affe, dies äußerst scheußliche Tier!’ Darwins
     'Affentheorie’ im Spiegel der englischen Kinderliteratur.” November 2010.
     Antrittsvorlesung an der Universität Regensburg.

“Whose Hillbrow? Xenophobia and the Urban Space in the New South Africa.” Mai
     2010. “Contested Communities,” Jahrestagung der GNEL/ASNEL, Universität
     Bayreuth.

“‘Monkey Business’ Darwin’s ‘Ape Theory’ and its Traces in Victorian Children’s
     Magazines.” November 2009. “Darwin Among the Disciplines,” Konferenz,
     Universität Göttingen.

“More than ‘Blood and Thunder’: The Popularization of Science and the Juvenile
     Magazines, 1850–1900.” Juni 2009. “The Hockliffe Conference 2009,”
     University of Bedfordshire, Großbritannien.

“‘For a’ that’ – ‘Trotz alledem!’: Burns, Freiligrath and the Birth of a Leftwing
     Slogan.” Mai 2009. “Translating Romanticism”, Konferenz, IASH, University of
     Edinburgh

“‘The Needlework of Wartime’: The South African War in Magazines for Young
     Readers.” Oktober 2008. Anglistentag, Sektion “Varia,” Universität Tübingen.

“The Subjectivity of Absence: Verbal Cues for Constructing an Individual Point of
     View in Poems with ‘Hidden’ Speakers.” September 2007. Anglistentag,
     Sektion “Cognitive Approaches in Literature and Linguistics,” Universität
     Münster.

“Family and Nation in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things.” März 2007.
     Gastvortrag als Erasmus-Austauschdozent, University of St. Andrews,
     Schottland.

“Geschichte als Verbrechen: Zur Verknüpfung von ‘history’ und ‘crime’ im
     zeitgenössischen südafrikanischen Roman.” Dezember 2006. Symposium
     “Geschichte und Krimi,” Universität Freiburg.

“Shakespeares Othello.” November 2006. Podiumsdiskussion im Rahmen der
     Veranstaltungsreihe "Text und Szene," Studium Generale, Universität
     Freiburg.

“No More Room in Hell: Utopian Moments in the Dystopia of 28 Days Later.” Mit
     Rüdiger Heinze, Freiburg. Januar 2006. Internationales EUCOR-Symposium
     “The Disappearance of Utopia?” Universität Freiburg.

“‘Translating’ the Great Trek into the Twentieth Century: Re-interpretations of
     the Afrikaner Myth in Three South African Novels.” Mai 2005. Jahrestagung
     der GNEL/ASNEL, Universität Kiel.

“Censorship in South Africa – Nadine Gordimer’s Burger’s Daughter.” Mai 2005.
     Aktionstag ‘Zensur’ zum internationalen Tag der Pressefreiheit, Universität
     Freiburg.

“Studentenproteste in Deutschland: 1968 – 2003.” März 2004. Gastvortrag als
     Erasmus-Austauschdozent, University of Ulster (Coleraine, Nordirland).

“The Irish in England” Januar 2004. Ringvorlesung “Multicultural Britain”,
     Wintersemester 2003/04, Universität Freiburg.

“‘Hidden Histories’ and the Search for Local Identity in a New South Africa.” Mai
     2003. Jahrestagung der GNEL/ASNEL, Universität Magdeburg.

“White Angst in South Africa – The Apocalyptic Visions of John Conyngham.” Mai
     2002. Jahrestagung der GNEL/ASNEL, Universität Erfurt.

“André Brink: Post-Modernist Moralist.” Mai 2002. “Versions and Subversions,”
     International Conference on African Literatures, HU Berlin.

“Landschaftsdarstellung im englischen Abenteuerroman und die Kolonisierung
     Afrikas.” Mai 2001. “Ordnungen der Landschaft,” Workshop des SFB 541,
     Universität Freiburg.

“Südafrika als ‘Rainbow Nation’ – Fragen der nationalen Identität.” Juni 2000.
     Berichtskolloquium des SFB 541, Universität Freiburg.

“Christopher Hope’s Me, the Moon and Elvis Presley as a Critique of Rainbow
     Rhetoric.” Juni 2000. Jahrestagung der GNEL/ASNEL, RWTH Aachen.

“Brink’s Magical History Tour: The First Life of Adamastor.” Juli 1999.
     Jahrestagung der Association of University English Teachers of South Africa
     (AUETSA), Pretoria (Südafrika).

“Das Afrikabild in Robert Michael Ballantynes Black Ivory.” Januar 1999.
     Interdisziplinäres Kolloquium “Afrika in den europäischen Literaturen
     zwischen 1860 und 1930,” Universität Erlangen.

“Der postmoderne historische Roman in Südafrika: André Brinks The First Life of
     Adamastor
und Mike Nicols This Day and Age.” Dezember 1998.
     Berichtskolloquium des SFB 541, Universität Freiburg.

projekte

coming soon

Betr. Arbeiten

Betreute Abschlussarbeiten (Erstgutachten)

 

Dissertationen 

Thomas Graf, "The Plurality of Imperial Identities in British Invasion Fiction,
     1871-1914" (Arbeitstitel, laufend)

Sandra Stadler, "Contemporary South African Literature for Young Adults: Space,
     Gender and Social Economics" (2015)

   

Masterarbeiten

Victoria Moodie, "Benefits and Books: The Literary Response to the Social Welfare
     System in Scotland, 1980-2014" (2016)

Beatrice Bartus, "Women in Gordimer's Rainbow Nation: The Representation of
     Women in the Post-apartheid Novels of Nadine Gordimer" (2014)

Yana Dyachuk, "Exploring the Colonial Encounter: Hybridity of Irish Identity
     Represented in George Bernard Shaw's John Bull's Other Island, and Brian Friel's
     Making History and Translations " (2013)

 

Magisterarbeiten

Moritz Maier, "The Cultural Phenomenon of 'Jack the Ripper'" (2013)

Thomas Graf, "Settlers and Savages, Hunters and Beasts, Slaves and Fugitives:
     A Survey of Sub-Saharan Africa in the Works of R.M. Ballantyne" (2012)

Anna-Maria Greiner, "'Happy Multicultural Land': The conciliatory Effect of
     Humour in Timothy Mo's Sour Sweet, Meera Syal's Anita and Me and Zadie
     Smith's White Teeth " (2011)

Christina Scharinger, "The Contemporary Glasgow Novel" (2011)

Gregor Stanczek, "Children of a Fighting Race: An Analysis of Irish Postcolonial
     Identity in Short Fiction" (2011)

Karin Reiner, "British Lesbian Writing in the 20th Century: Literary Lesbian Images
     as Reflections, Modifiers and Constitutors of Society" (2011)

Caroline Brandl, "'Revisiting Manderley' -- Re-Evaluating Approaches to Daphne
     du Maurier's Rebecca (1938)" (2011)

Nora Hegyi, "'Thanks, but We're Working in the UK Already': A comparative
     Analysis of Eastern European Migrants in the British Daily Press" (2011)

Beate Schuierer, "Writing Identity in Salman Rushdie's The Moor's Last Sigh and
     The Enchantress of Florence" (2010)

 

BA

Sebastian Steiner, "Gender Aspects of Early British Punk Rock." (2014)

Sebastian Graef, "The English Rococo as a Mirror of Contemporary Eighteenth
     Century Culture and Society." (2014)

Crhistina Schlögl, "Dystopian Elemts in selected Plays by Mark Ravenhill." (2014)

Barbara Oswald, "BBC's Sherlock: An Adaptation Combining the Victorian Model
     with Twenty-first Century Innovation." (2014)

Juliane Schmidhuber, "Literary Prototypes, Authorial Limits, and Reluctant
     Paternalism in Elizabeth Gasckell's 'Social Problem Novels'." (2014)

Teresa Wermuth, "Illuminating the Shadows - An Analysis of Good and Bad in
     Casino Royale (2006), Quantum of Solace (2008) and Skyfall (2008)." (2014)

Claudia Braunstorfer, "'Too Old to Change?' J.M. Coetzee's David Lurie as a
     Representative of South African Apartheid and Post-Apartheid Societies" (2013)

Julia Scholz, "Intertextuality as a Seminal Tool to Comprehend Gender and
     Sexuality Issues in Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Picture Show." (2013)

Susanne Glatzeder, "Sherlock Holmes in the 21st Century." (2012)

Tobias Klein, "Singing Independence? The National Anthem Debate as an Access
     Key to Scottish National Identity and Scottish Nationalism." (2012)

Nadja Kohler, "Dylan Thomas and the Process of the Gothic and Grotesque." (2012)

Anne Fischer, "British Literary Responses to 9/11: The Cases of Pat Barker's Double
     Vision
and Chris Cleave's Incendiary." (2012)

Sandra Lankes, "Morals and Morality in Ben Jonson's The Alchemist." (2012)

Manfred Lohmayer, "The Representation of Muslims in Mohsin Hamid's
     The Reluctant Fundamentalist." (2012)

Ruth Sieber, "Gender Issues in 'Robina Crusoe'" (2012)

Maria Sappl, "'Staying alive's as good as it gets' - Modern Media and its Impact
     on the Individual in 28 Days Later." (2012)

Bärbel Hochreuther, "'But there again, I keep forgetting that you're more than just
     a very beautiful woman.' - The Changing Concept of the Bond Girl" (2012)

Michaela Stadlbauer, "'Nature' in Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre: Visualising Inner
     Processes by Means of External Conditions" (2012)

Annisa Mehler, "Pat Barker's Union Street : Women versus Men - A Society of
     Role Swaps" (2011)

Robin Baltes, "Orientalism and Colonial Discourse in G.A. Henty's Rujub the
     Juggler
" (2011)

David Mitterer, "The Function of Fairies in The Coming of the Fairies by Sir Arthur
     Conan Doyle and in the Artemis Fowl Series by Eoin Colfer" (2011)

Manuela Dorsch, "Englishness in the 21st Century -- National Identity
     Construction in the Media During the Football World Cup 2010" (2011)

Amelie Neblich, "Behind the Façade: The Ambiguity of the Theme Family in Ian
     McEwan's Novels The Cement Garden, The Child in Time, Atonement, and On
     Chesil Beach
" (2011)

Verena Brauchle, "Daniel Devoe's Robinson Crusoe – A Textual Document for
     Economic Thinking in the 18th Century." (2010)

 

Staatsexamen (vertieft)

Antonia Buchberger, "Two World Wars and One World Cup: The Influence of Politics,
     Media and Football on Anglo-German Relations" (2016)

Christina Uschold, "Success or Failure? The Feminine Ideal in Enid Blyton's Malory
     Towers
Series." (2015)

Verena Zagler, "Coping With the Past: The Example of District Six." (2015)

David Stein, "Charms, Chains and Clipboards: Madness in Great Britain During the
      17th and 18th Centuries" (2013)

Oliver Hinz, "Identity, Race and Society in K. Sello Duiker's Thirteen Cents and
     The Quiet Violence of Dreams" (2013)

Eva Kirchberger, "Construction of Scottishness in Hamish Macbeth" (2013)

Manfred Lohmeyer, "'I Am in an English Autumn' Constructions of Egypt as Post-
     colonial Space in Ahdaf Soueif's The Map of Love and Alaa Al Aswany's The
     Yacoubian Building
" (2013)

Manuel Ippisch, "From Villains to Heroes? The Representation of Pirate Characters
     in The Pirate, Treasure Island, Captain Blood, and Selected Stories from 19th
     Century Children's Magazines" (2013)

Marlene Loher, "'There Is No Nationality Without Literature': Nation-building and
     Identity Construction Based on the Poetry of the Easter Rising 1916" (2013)

Maria Sappl, "28 Days Later, Chlidren of Men and Family Patterns in the Face of
     Global Developments" (2013)

Bettina Maier, "The Perception of Women as Threat to the Patriarchal Order as
     Portrayed in William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and Much Ado
     About Nothing
" (2013)

Birgit Rembeck, "Challenging Idealistic Notions of Irishness: The Demythologisation
     of the West of Ireland in Twentieht-Century Anglo-Irish Drama" (2012)

Stefanie Königbauer, "Colonial and Postcolonial Concepts in Father Ted and Martin
     McDonagh's Leenane Trilogy" (2012)

Anne Fischer, "The Representation of 9/11 and the 'War on Terror' in
     Contemporary British Fiction" (2012)

Bettina Parey, "Ancient Mythology in A Midsummer Night's Dream " (2012)

Walter Sollenberger, "The Changing Image of Oscar Wilde" (2011)

Heike Milles, "The Motif of the Double in Scottish Literature" (2011)

Carmen Rötzer, "'Trustable, Good, Sound Women the World Can Lean On' The
     Girl's School Story as a Mediator of Suitable Gender Roles for Girls: An
     Analysis in Children's Literature" (2011)

Veronika Kaml, "Searching for the 'Inner Room': Identity Formation in Hanif
     Kureishi's The Buddha of Suburbia" (2011)

Eva Stampfer, "The Vampire: The Change of the Creature's Depiction through the
     Ages" (2011)

Astrid Wiethaler, "The Early Feminism of the Female Gothic" (2011)

Sandra Stadler, "Prostitutes and Wives in Neo-Victorian Fiction – Giving a Voice to
     the 'Weak'" (2011)

Corinna Bauer, "Appearances can be Deceptive – The Search for Identity and
     Reality in Kate Atkinson's Human Croquet" (2010)

 
Staatsexamen (nicht vertieft)

Martina Klimmer, "The Downfall and Redemption of a 'Fallen Woman' in Elizabeth
     Gaskell's Ruth" (2016)

Nina Schmidbauer, "Modern British Culture in BBC's Sherlock" (2016)

Laura Cabarth, "Representation of Women in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire."
     (2015)

Nadine Stegerer, "Gender Roles and Gender Stereotypes in Children's Literature
     between the 1920s and 1940s." (2015)

Julia Flegar, "Shades of Victorianism: A Comparison and Evaluation of Shades
     of Grey
and Jane Eyre." (2015)

Verena Kurz, "Analysis of Hayao Miyazaki's Film Adaptation of Howl's Moving
     Castle
." (2015)

Bianca Frank, "Gender and Gender Roles in British Fairy Tales." (2015)

Daniel Klemm, "The Depiction of the United Kingdom Independence Party in
     Selected British Newspapers During the Campaign for the European Elections
     2014" (2014)

Lena Wilhelm, "'Facts Are Chiels that Winna Ding' Scottish Independence and the
     Press: An Analysis of the Coverage of Four British Newspapers" (2013)

Elisabeth Mühlbauer, "Prejudice in Harry Potter " (2012)

Claudia Elsner, "Austen goes Bollywood: Love Relationships in Bride & Prejudice "
     (2012)

Julia Stubenhofer, "The Futility of War: A Study of Selected Poems by Wilfred Owen,
     Isaac Rosenberg and Siegfried Sassoon" (2012)

Wolfgang Wittmann, "Hornby on Relationships" (2012)

Katharina Michalitza, "'It starts with doors.' - Fantasy Tropes in Neil Gaiman's
     Neverwhere and Stardust " (2011)

Bernd Fröhlich, "Emancipated Women Characters in George Bernard Shaw's
     Drama" (2010)

Markus Paschek, "Relationships in Irvine Welsh's Trainspotting: Mirror for the
     Interstate Relations between England and Scotland" (2010)

 

  1. Fakultät für Sprach-, Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften
  2. Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik

Anglistik / British Studies

Prof. Dr.

Jochen Petzold

Petzold

Room: PT 3.2.45

Phone: 943-2486

Fax: 943-4955

jochen.petzold@ur.de