Dr. Sandra Dinter
I joined the Department of English and American Studies at FAU in April 2018. My research and teaching cover British literature and culture from the early modern period to the present. I am particularly interested in literary representations of gender, space and mobility, literary and cultural theory, (neo-)Victorian Studies, narrative fiction about and for children, and literary biopics.
My first monograph, Childhood in the Contemporary English Novel, was published with Routledge in October 2019. My second book project, provisionally entitled “Representations of Female Pedestrian Culture in Britain, 1780s-1890s”, examines depictions of walking women in British literature and culture of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Together with my colleague Dr Ariane de Waal (MLU Halle-Wittenberg) I am currently organising the digital networking event “DACH Victorianists” that will bring together Victorianists from Austria, Germany and Switzerland. The event is scheduled for Friday, 3 December 2021. The invitation and preliminary programme can be found here.
Currently, I am co-editing a collection of essays titled Medicine and Mobility in 19th-Century British Literature, History and Culture, which will be published with Palgrave Macmillan in 2022.
Together with my colleague Dr Philip Jacobi (University of Passau) convened a digital workshop on grant applications for early career reseachers. The workshop was held on 22 September 2021 as part of the Anglistentag 2021.
In March 2021, I was elected as one of the new postdoctoral fellows of the Daimler and Benz Foundation.
Together with my colleague Dr. Sarah Schäfer-Althaus (University of Koblenz) I organised the conference Locating Intersections of Medicine and Mobility in 19th-Century Britain that took place in Erlangen on 4 and 5 October 2019. Further information on the conference can be found here.
In October 2019, I became a postdoctoral fellow of The Young ZiF (“Das junge ZiF”) of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research, the Institute for Advanced Study of Bielefeld University.