Short CV/Education and training

  • 1991 – 1998
    Studied Romance studies and Slavic studies in Regensburg, Germany; Grenoble, France; and St. Petersburg, Russia

  • 1999 – 2002
    PhD in Slavic studies

  • 2001
    Conferment of teaching authorisation in the field of Slavic studies

  • 2003 – 2006
    Lecturer in the Slavic Department (Literary and Cultural Studies)

  • 2006 – 2012
    Dilthey fellowship from the Volkswagen Foundation ("Eastern-European Jews in literature and painting: Marc Chagall")

  • 2007 – 2012
    Member "Die Junge Akademie"

  • 2012
    Akademische Rätin, University Regensburg

  • Since 2013
    Professor for Slavic-Jewish Studies, University Regensburg (Institute for Slavistic/Literature and Cultural Studies)

Selected publications

  • Koller, S./Estraikh, G./Krutikov, M. (Hg.). Joseph Opatoshu. A Yiddish Writer between Europe and America. Oxford: Legenda 2013.

  • Koller, S.: Marc Chagall. Grenzgänge zwischen Literatur und Malerei. Köln Weimar Wien: Böhlau 2012. (zugleich Habilitationsschrift an der Fakultät für Sprach-, Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften der Universität Regensburg. )

  • Koller, S.: Das Gedächtnis des Theaters. Stanislavskij, Mejerchol'd und das russische Gegenwartstheater Lev Dodins und Anatolij Vasil'evs. In: Mainzer Forschungen zu Drama und Theater 31, 2005, Tübingen.

  • Klatt, M., Koller, S. (Hg.): Die Lehrfibel – Ein Projekt der Jungen Akademie. Frankfurt a. M.: Campus Verlag 2012.

  • Koller, S. (Hg.): Ein Tag im jüdischen Regensburg mit Joseph Opatoshu und Marc Chagall. Katalog zur gleichnamigen Ausstellung vom 15. Februar bis 14. Juni 2009 im Historischen Museum der Stadt Regensburg, 2009.

  • Koller, S.: "The Air Outside is Bloody": Leyb Kvitko and His Pogrom Cycle 1919. In: Estraikh, G., Krutikov, M. (Hg.): Yiddish in Weimar Berlin. London, 2010. S. 198-224. (Studies in Yiddish, 8)

  • Koller, S.: Gewalt und Vertreibung in Text und Bild – Marc Chagall illustriert David Hofshteyns Gedichtzyklus Troyer (Trauer). In: Wiener Slawistischer Almanach 64, 2009. S. 34-73.

  • Koller, S.: Bibel, Bild und Text – Die Bindung Isaaks bei Marc Chagall, Yehoyesh und Itsik Manger. In: Klanska, M., Zarychta, P., Kita-Huber, J. (Hg.): Der Heiligen Schrift auf der Spur. Beiträge zur biblischen Intertextualität in der Literatur. Dresden/Wroclaw, 2009. S. 235-252.

  • Koller, S.: Civil servants in a cercle – Chagall's "poshlust" reading the Dead Souls. In: Birzer, S., Finkelstein, M., Mendoza, I. (Hg.): Proceedings of the Second International "Perspectives on Slavistics" Conference 2006. Otto Sagner, München, 2009. S. 260-269. (Sammelbände – Sborniki; Bd. 36)


Selected projects

  • "Marc Chagall and Vitebsk: Yesterday and today" (an exhibition co-produced with Walter Koschmal / Slavic studies, and Hans-Christoph Dittscheid / art history; University of Regensburg, Germany), July 2011

  • "A day in Jewish Regensburg with Joseph Opatoshu and Marc Chagall" (an exhibition organised in collaboration with the Cultural Department of the City of Regensburg), February through June 2009

  • "A day in Regensburg" by Joseph Opatoshu (a book presentation, the first translation from the Yiddish), November 2008

Soft Skills/Other activities and achievements

Other activities and achievements/family

  • Married, two children


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