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Natalie Veith

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Institut für Literaturwissenschaft
Englische Literaturen und Kulturen

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+49 711 685-81135

Keplerstr. 17
70174 Stuttgart
Raum: 4.035

Sprechstunde

Dienstag, 14-15h 

Articles:

forthcomig: Veith, Natalie. “Othering Voices and the Voice of the Other: The Depiction of Joseph Merrick in From Hell.” Spaces Between – Gender, Diversity, and Identity in Comics. Eds. V. Sina and N. Heindl. Heidelberg: Springer.

forthcoming: Veith, Natalie. “The (In)Significance of Queen Victoria in Neo-Victorian Comics.“ Realms of Royalty: New Directions in Researching Contemporary European Monarchies. Eds. C. Jordan and I. Polland. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2020.

Veith, Natalie. “‘Remarkable, the view here, isn't it?’: Totalising Views and Diverted Gazes in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.” Victorian Ideologies in Contemporary British Cultures (Reihe: Anglistik & Englischunterricht Vol. 90). Eds. C. Flotmann and A. Lienen.  Heidelberg: Winter, 2019. 91-112.

Veith, Natalie. “Kreativität im Korsett: Nostalgie und Konsumideologie im Fernsehdrama The Paradise.” Poetik und Poesie der Werbung: Ästhetik und Literarizität an der Schnittstelle von Kunst und Kommerz (Konsumästhetik Vol. 2). Eds. M.Allen and R. Knepel. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2017. 53-68.

Veith, Natalie. “The (Neo-)Victorian Rhetoric of Representation and the End of Referentiality in Sebastian O.” Geschichte im Comic. Ed. B. Dolle-Weinkauff. Berlin: Bachman, 2017. 107- 118.

Veith, Natalie. “‘When I look upon your face I am afraid and cannot help it’: Focalization and Anticipation in Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell's From Hell.” Breaking the Panel!: Comics as a Medium (MasteRResearch Vol. 6). Eds. RKlütsch, et al. Zürich: LIT, 2015. 75-84.

 

Translations:

Leslie, Esther. “Kitsch.” Transl. Natalie Veith. Handbuch Literatur & materielle Kultur (Handbücher zur kulturwissenschaftlichen Philologie, vol. 6). Eds. S. Scholz and U. Vedder. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2018. 412-414.

since 2019: Research fellow, Department of English Literatures, University of Stuttgart (Ph.D. project: Neo-Victorian Comic Books and the Politics of Representation, supervised by Prof. Dr. Sybille Baumbach)

2016-2019: Research fellow, Department of English and American Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt (DFG research project Typisierungen des Humanen: Visuelle Anthropologie und ihre spät- und neo-viktorianische Kritik, coordinated by Prof. Dr. Susanne Scholz).

2016: Assistant lecturer, Department of English and American Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt

2015-2016: Administration secretary, Prisma Cluster of Excellence, Johannes Gutenberg- University Mainz

2014-2015: Administration secretary, Department of English and American Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt

2014: Research assistant, Department of Children‘s Literature, Goethe University Frankfurt

2011-2014: Student assistant and Tutor, Department of English and American Studies and Department of Children‘s Literature, Goethe University Frankfurt

2008-2013: Magistra Artium degree in English Literature and Culture, German Literature, and Children’s Literature,Goethe-University Frankfurt and Cardiff University

17.09.2018: “Othering Voices and the Voice of the Other: The Depiction of Joseph Merrick in From Hell” at the conference Zwischenräume – Geschlecht, Diversität und Identität im Comic, University of Cologne

02.09.2017: Presentation and tour through the comic book archive of the Department of Children’s Literature as part of the [sic!] Summer Institute Cologne

20.04.2017: “The (In)Significance of Queen Victoria in Neo-Victorian Comics” at the conference Realms of Royalty, University of Gießen

18.02.2017: “Renegotiating Historical Reality in Neo-Victorian Comic Books: Bryan Talbot’s
Grandville”, guest lecture during the seminar The (Neo-)Victorian Entertainment Industry by Dr. Martina Allen, University of Frankfurt

16.04.2016: “Advertising Creativity and Consumer Culture in BBC's The Paradise” at the conference Poetik und Poesie der Werbung, University of Frankfurt

05.09.2015: “Historical Visualisation Strategies in Neo-Victorian Comics” at the conference Geschichte im Comic – Geschichte des Comic, University of Frankfurt

29.06.2015: “London in Neo-Victorian Comics”, guest lecture during the lecture series Darkside London, University of Frankfurt

14.06.2014: “‘Remarkable, the view here, isn't it?’: Overwhelming Sights in Steampunk Comics” at the conference Victorian Structures of Feelings; in Late 20th and 21st-Century Cultural Products, University of Paderborn

11.05.2013: “‘When I look upon your face I am afraid and cannot help it’: Focalisation and Anticipation in Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell's From Hell” at the conference Comic Student Conference, TU Dortmund

05.04.2013: “‘I always wanted to be a [ˈmeɪl mæn]’: Constructing Queer Identities in Adventure Time” at the workshop Rated Queer: Deconstructing Narratives of Age, University of Frankfurt

since 2019: Anglistenverband (German Association for the Study of English)

since 2019: Britcult (German Association for the Study of British Cultures)

since 2018: AG Comicforschung, Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaft (Committee for Comics Studies, German Society for Media Studies)

2014-2019: Forschungszentrum für historische Geisteswissenschaften (Frankfurt Humanities
Research Centre)

since 2014: ComFor - Gesellschaft für Comicforschung (German Comics Studies Society),

since 2018: member of the society’s web editorial team

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