Dr.

Sabine Metzger

Adjunct Lecturer
Institute of Literary Studies
American Literature and Culture

Contact

+49 711 685-84893

Keplerstr. 17
70174 Stuttgart
Room: 3.038

Office Hours

Wednesday, 11:00–12:00
No office hours on
Wednesday, March 25
Wednesday, April 1

Sabine Metzger has written her Ph. D. thesis on Eros and Morbid Artistry, which examines the interdependence of poiesis and existence in the oeuvre of John Hawkes. She has published articles on Gertrude Stein, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Vladimir Nabokov, and Lafcadio Hearn.

Her recent publications include contributions to Vampires and Zombies: Transcultural Migrations and Transnational Interpretations and to Nabokov’s Life and Art. Her research interests are Vladimir Nabokov, transnational literatures, phenomenology (Ludwig Binswanger, Henri Maldiney, Jean-Louis-Chrétien, Edward S. Casey), sound studies, and posthumanism.

“Taking Room and Giving Room: Displacement, Generous Spaces and Impossibility to Exist in Nabokov’s ‘Cloud, Castle, Lake’.”
Nabokov Studies, 14, 2016, 33 – 59 

“’A Weird Place:’ Nabokov and the Topography of the Foreign Governess.”
Nailya Garipova Castellano and José Torres Núnez (eds.). Women in Nabokov’s Life and Art. Bern, New York, Oxford: Peter Lang, 2016, 153 - 174  

“She Loves the Blood of the Young”: The Bloodthirsty Female as Cultural Mediator in Lafcadio Hearn’s “The Story of Chūgōrō.”
Dorothea Fischer-Hornung and Monika Müller (eds.) Vampires and Zombies: Transcultural Migrations and Transnational Interpretations. Jackson: U P of Mississippi, 2015, 62 – 88

“’The Mysteries of Mimicry” and Nature as Supreme Art: Nabokov’s Intangible Nature .”
Nabokov Online Journal  (NOJ) IX, 2015. Web

(Rez.) “Betram, John and Yuri Leving (eds.): Lolita: The Story of a Cover Girl. Vladimir Nabokov’s Novel in Art and Design. Blue Ash, Ohio: Print Books, 2013.”
Russian Review 73,2 (2014), 310 -311 

“‘That Indefinable Nothing, That Inestimable Something:’ Empathy and the Miraculum of Art in The Marble Faun.” Nathaniel Hawthorne Review,  37, 1, 2011, 88 – 108

“’Beyond the Pleasure Principle’: Nabokov’s Homo Poeticus.“
The Nabokovian 62,      2009, 5 – 25

Eros und Morbit Artistry. Existenz und Poiesis im Werk von John Hawkes.
Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2007

(Übers.) Henri Maldiney, Verstehen. (Vorwort Bernhard Waldenfels)
Wien: Turia & Kant, 2007

“Existence / Insistence: The Pathic Moment In Gertrude Stein’s Poetics.“
Wascana Review, 36,2, 2001, 38 - 59

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