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Curtis Runstedler

Herr Dr.

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Institut für Literaturwissenschaft
Abteilung Englische Literaturen und Kulturen

Kontakt

Keplerstr. 17
70174 Stuttgart
Raum: 4.028

Sprechstunde

Sprechstunden für das Sommersemester 2022:

Termine für Sprechstunden nur nach Absprache via E-Mail.

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

October 2021-March 2022

Postdoctoral Fellow (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), Stuttgart University, Department of 
English Literatures and Cultures. 

April 2020-September 2021

Postdoctoral Fellow, in the context of the Research Training Group (by the German National 
Research Foundation Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) on “Ambiguity – Production and 
Perception,” Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Department of English (Lehrstuhl Professor 
Dr Matthias Bauer).

April 2019-March 2020

Teach@Tübingen Fellowship (Excellence Initiative), Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, 
Department of English (Lehrstuhl Professor Dr Matthias Bauer).

EDUCATION

2014-2017

Ph. D. in Medieval Literature, Durham University.

2013-2014

M. A. in Medieval and Renaissance Literary Studies (Merit), Durham University.

2008-2012

B. A. English with a Minor in History (Honours), Carleton University.

Books (Under Review)

Runstedler, Curtis. Transmuting Chaos: Alchemy and Exemplary Narrative in Medieval English Literature (Palgrave Macmillan). Print and E-book.

Edited Volumes (Under Review)

Runstedler, Curtis, and Arya Aryan (eds.). Fiction in the Age of Globalization. De Gruyter.

Book Chapters

Runstedler, Curtis. “Cersei Lannister, Regal Commission, and the Alchemists in Game of Thrones and A Song of Fire and Ice.” Queenship and the Women of Westeros: Female Agency and Advice in Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire, ed. Zita Rohr and Lisa Benz (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020). 129-144. Print and E-book.

Journal Articles (Under Review)

Runstedler, Curtis. “The Consolation of Exempla: Gower’s Sources of Hope and Healing in the Confessio Amantis.” Accessus: A Journal of Premodern Literature and New Media.

Journal Articles (Current)
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Transmuting John Gower: Elias Ashmole’s Hermetic Reading of Gower’s Jason and the Golden Fleece Tale.” 6/2. 2020. Accessus: A Journal of Premodern Literature and New Media.
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “John Gower’s Alchemical Afterlife in Elias Ashmole’s Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum (1652).” Neophilologus. 104/2. 2020. 263-81. Print and Online.
 
Runstedler, Curtis, “The Benevolent Medieval Werewolf in William of Palerne.” Werewolves and Wilderness, ed. Sam George and Bill Hughes. Gothic Studies: Werewolves, Wild Children, and Wilderness. 21/1. 2019. 54-67. Print and Online.
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Saintly Bodies, Cult, and Ecclesiastical Identity in Anglo-Saxon Northumbria.” Postgraduate English. 32. 2016. Online. Link
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Merlin the Scientist? Magic and Medieval Science in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia regum Britanniae.” Darkness and Illumination: The Pursuit of Knowledge in the Medieval and Early Modern World, ed. Hannah Piercy, Abigail Steed, and Abigail Richards. MEMSA Journal 2. 2016. 41-61. Print and Online.
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Medicine and the Medieval Arabic World: Ophthalmology, Cardiology, and Wine in Ibn Sina’s Canon of Medicine.” Foundation. 6/1. 2014. 15-23. Print and Online.
 
Online Articles
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Give Him a Mask, and He Will Tell You the Truth.” The Public Medievalist. September 2019. Online. Link
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Life and Death in the Anglo-Japanese Medieval World of Majora's Mask.” Durham University Anglo-Japanese Society Cultural Digest, 1/5. 2015. 1-3. Online.
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Herzog's Dancing Chicken Explained.” The Bubble. 19 March 2015. Online. Link
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “The Trouble with Thomas: The Controversies of Thomas Becket.” History Today. 12 February 2015. Online. Link
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Space Colonisation: The Final Frontier?” The Bubble. 3 February 2015. Online. Link
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Herzog in the Heat of It All: Review of La Soufrière (1977).” The Bubble, 20 November 2014. Online. Link
 
 
Book Reviews (Current)
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Review of Piers Plowman and the Reinvention of Church Law in the Late Middle Ages by Arvind Thomas.” Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch. 2021.
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Greek Alchemy from Late Antiquity to Early Modernity.” Isis: A Journal of the History of Science Society. 111/3. 2020. 659-60. Print and Online.
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Ymage de vie: Spéculation et expérimentation dans un traité d’alchimie médiévale.” Ambix. 2020. Print and Online.
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Chaucer the Alchemist: Physics, Mutability, and the Medieval Imagination.” Ambix. 65/4. 2018. 410-11. Print and Online.
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Review of Rhetoric and Medicine in Early Modern Europe by Stephen Pender and Nancy S. Struever.” The British Society for Literature and Science. 2015. Online. Link
 
Runstedler, Curtis. “Review of The Middle Ages by Johannes Fried.” MAKE: A Literary Magazine. 2015. Online. Link

 

Medieval and Renaissance literature; Victorian literature; 20th Century Literature; Canadian Indigenous Literature; Gender Studies (Feminism, Women's Literature); Medievalism in contemporary literature

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