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In Focus: Theatre studies

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Prof. Dr. Anke Bosse

Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt

Area of specialisation

Edition and the process of writing, German Literature (18th century to 21th century), General and Comparative Literature, Culture - Literature - (Inter-) mediality

Research interests

Edition, 'critique génétique', texutal scholarship, analysis of writing processes German-language literature, especially from Austria, of the 20th and 21st centuries Mediality of Literature Intermediality Inter- and Transculturality Intertextuality Literature and Culture of the "Goethezeit" (18th/19th century) Orientalism, mutual influences Orient-Occident Literature and Theatre of Modernism and of the Avant-gardes


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