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Research Assistant

Dr. Georg Schiller

Building: 23.31
Floor/Room: 01.70
Phone +49 211 81-14598
Fax +49 211 81-12839

Office Hours


Monday, 12:30 - 02:00 pm

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Georg Schiller is especially interested in Native American Studies, American Modernism & Pragmatism, 20th Century American Drama, and Gender Studies / Masculinity. He wrote his dissertation on the various concepts of meaning which surface in the work of Gertrude Stein. His research on Stein was published as Symbolische Erfahrung und Sprache im Werk von Gertrude Stein (Frankfurt am Main., Bern: Peter Lang, 1996).

Publications

Monographs:

  • 1996 Symbolische Erfahrung und Sprache im Werk von Gertrude Stein. Frankfurt am Main, Bern: Peter Lang.

Edited Anthologies

  • 2007  Ed. (with Astrid Böger and Nicole Schröder). Dialoge zwischen Amerika und Europa: Transatlantische Perspektiven in Philosophie, Literatur, Kunst und Musik. Tübingen & Basel: A. Francke. 

Scholarly Essays:

(on the construction and dramatization of the human body)

  • 2007 “How It Feels to Be a Cyborg: C-Leg Users Talk about Their Bodies,” ed. Sabine Sielke. The Body as Interface: Dialogues between the Disciplines. Heidelberg: Winter. 105-118.
  • 2006 "Geburt im öffentlichen Raum: Claudia Rogges Birth-Build," ed. Nicole Schröder,
    Grenz-Gänge: Studien zu Gender und Raum. Tübingen: Francke,. 69-83.
  • 2000 "Verschiebungen der Körpergrenzen: die wechselnden Perspektiven von Judith Butler, Susanne Langer und Elaine Scarry auf ein mobiles Phänomen," ed. Gabriele Genge, Sprachformen des Körpers in Kunst und Wissenschaft. Tübingen & Basel: A. Francke. 115-125.

(on American Pragmatism and indigenous cultures in North America)

  • 2000 "‘God Could Be an Armadillo’: Mystical Experience, Contemporary Native American Writing, and Pragmatism," Ayaangwaamizin: The International Journal of Indigenous Philosophy 2, 2 (2000) 143-156.
  • 2001 "Writing about Transcendence and Writing as Transcendence: Native American Literature from the 1960s to the 1990s in Dialogue with Pragmatism," ed. Jürgen Heideking et al., The Sixties Revisited: Culture - Society - Politics. Heidelberg: Winter. 341-356.
  • 2012 "Writing the Me and Not-Me: Native American Literature and William James's Radical Empiricism," ed. Susanne Rohr & Miriam Strube. Revisiting Pragmatism: William James in the New Millenium. Heidelberg: Winter.
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