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Dr. phil. Marie Hologa

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Kurzbiographie Vita

  • studied English and Media Science at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Master of Arts, 2008)
  • research assistant at TU Dortmund, British Cultural Studies

 

Forschungsprojekte Research Projects

abgeschlossenes Dissertationsprojekt:

“Scotland the Brave? – The Deconstruction of Scottish Nationalism in Contemporary Scottish Fiction”, erschienen 2016 bei WVT (Prof. Jürgen Kramer).

 

Forschungsinteressen Research Interests

The British Empire, Postcolonialism, Gender & Performativity, Popular Culture, Scottish Literature, Culture, and Nationalism

 

Publikationen Publications

 

Monographien // monographs

 

Herausgeberschaft // editorial work
  • Cases of Intervention. The Great Variety of British Cultural Studies, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013 (mit Cyprian Piskurek, Christian Lenz und Stefan Schlensag, eds.)

 

Aufsätze // articles
  • "Street Art as Reclaiming the Streets", in Fischer, Pascal und Christoph Ehland, eds., Resistance and the City: Challenging Urban Space, Vol 2: Contemporary Perspectives. Amsterdam: Rodopi. [im Druck,für die Reihe Spatial Practices: An Interdisciplinary Series in Cultural History, Geography and Literature], (15 Seiten)

  • "Strukturwandel: Raymond Williams und die Gefühlsstruktur von RUHR.2010." In: Roman Horak, Ingo Pohn-Lauggas und Monika Seidl (Hg.): Über Raymond Williams: Annäherungen. Positionen. Ausblicke. Hamburg: Argument, 2017. 259-270. (mit Cyprian Piskurek)

  • "Resurrecting the Old Town: Body-Snatchers, Ghost Tours and Edinburgh Tourism", in Reitemeier, Frauke und Kirsten Sandrock, eds., Crimelights. Scottish Crime Writing – Then and Now, Trier: WVT, 2015, 115-128.

  • "'Snort for Caledonia': Drugs, Masculinity and National Identity in Contemporary Scottish Detective Fiction", in Sienkiewicz-Charlish, Agnieszka und Urszula Elias, eds., Crime Scenes. Modern Crime Fiction in an International Context, Frankfurt a. M. et al.: Peter Lang, 2014, 243-254.

  • “Building a Structure of Feeling – Raymond Williams and Millenium Architecture” (with Cyprian Piskurek), in: Hologa, M. / C. Lenz et al. (eds.) Cases of Intervention: The Great Variety of British Cultural Studies. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (2013)

  • "Introduction: Cases of Intervention", in Hologa, Marie, Christian Lenz et al., eds., Cases of Intervention. The Great Variety of British Cultural Studies, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013, 1-12 (mit den anderen Herausgebern).

  • “Embryonic but Iconic: Foetal Visualisation and Security as Technologies of Neo-Governmental Power”, in: Pankratz, A. / C.-U. Viol (eds.) (2012) Birth and Death in British Culture: Liminality, Power, and Performance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.119-138.

  • “Der Minirock und seine Folgen – Eine Podiumsdiskussion”, in: Kramer, J. / A. Pankratz et al. (eds.) (2009) Mini & Mini: Ikonen der Popkultur zwischen Dekonstruktion und Rekonstruktion. Bielefeld: transcript. 165-172.

 

Vorträge  Papers and Chairs

  • "'Auld Alliances?' – Scotland in and out of Britain" European Britain – Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of British Cultures, Leibniz-Universität Hannover, November 2014.

  • "Scotland 2014: A Deconstruction of Scottishness in Contemporary Scottish Culture" Nations and Stereotypes 25 Years After, International Cultural Centre Krakau, Juni 2014.

  • "'Neighbourhood Beautification' and Street Art as Reclaiming the Streets (?)" Resistance and the City: Challenging Urban Space, Universität Paderborn, Juli 2013.

  • Leitung des Panels: ‘Philip K. Dick and Cultural History’, Worlds out of Joint – Re-Imagining Philip K. Dick, TU Dortmund, November 2012.

  • “’'Snort for Caledonia' – Drugs and Masculinity in Scottish Detective Fiction”, Crime Fiction – Here and There, Now and Then, University of Gdansk, November 2012.

  • “Resurrecting the Old Town: Body Snatchers, Ghost Tours, and Edinburgh Tourism”, Crime Scotland – Then and Now, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, June 2012.

  • “Portfolios als alternative Prüfungsform im Proseminar”, DOSS – Dortmund Spring School for Academic Staff Developers, Zentrum für Hochschulbildung der TU Dortmund, March 2012.

  • Moderation der Podiumsdiskussion mit den Friends of British Royalty, Kronzeugen – Die Royals und die Kultur, Kulturzentrum Bahnhof Langendreer, Bochum, January 2012.

  • “Nation without a King/Queen: Scotland, England, and the Stone of Scone”, Kronzeugen – Die Royals und die Kultur, Kulturzentrum Bahnhof Langendreer, Bochum, January 2012.

  • “’Building’ Structure of Feeling: On the Relevance of Raymond Williams’s Concepts” (with Cyprian Piskurek), series of lectures on The Great Variety of British Cultural Studies, TU Dortmund, April 2011.

  • Presentation of Dissertation Project in the Research Seminar, University of Worcester, March 2011.

  • “Youth Subcultures – TV Teen Cultures” (with Christian Lenz), guest lecture (Dr Barbara Mitra). ERASMUS Teacher Mobility Programme. University of Worcester, March 2011.

  • “’Bursting the Bubble’: The Embryo in the Age of Visualisation”, Birth and Death – Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of British Cultures, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, November 2010.

  • Presentation of Dissertation Project at the Graduate Forum, Reading British Spaces – Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of British Cultures, Universität Paderborn, November 2009.

  • Moderation der Podiumsdiskussion zum Minirock, Mini meets Mini. Kultur der Sechziger zwischen Mobilität und Mode, Bahnhof Langendreer, Bochum, January 2009.