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Dr. Nadine Böhm-Schnitker

The Popular and the Sacred in Recent Films (Universität Wien, 13.10.2007)

‘You Kiss By the Book’, But It Was Made Into a Film (Universität Saarbrücken, 4.5.2007)

Jeanette Wintersons Lighthousekeeping (Universität Erlangen, 6.6.2007)

From One and Zero to Hero? Verantwortungsvolles Handeln oder Systemanomalie? Bedingungen der Möglichkeit von Wahlfreiheit in einem binär codierten System anhand der Matrix-Trilogie (Universität Erlangen, 26.11.2007)

John Miltons Paradise Lost (Universität Basel, 14.5.2008)

Marina Warner’s Indigo: A Post-Colonial and/or Feminist Re-Writing of Shakespeare’s The Tempest? (Universität Erlangen, 4.7.2008)

Analysing Religion in Film (Universität Erlangen, 24.4.2009)

Sakralität in Rupert Wainwrights Stigmata und Francis Ford Coppolas Dracula (Universität Erlangen, 23.6.2009)

Die Rushdie-Affäre (Universität Erlangen, 24.10.2009)

Fremdheit und Entfremdung im zeitgenössischen schottischen Roman (Universität Erlangen, 26.11.2009)

Dislocated Voices: Identities under (re-)construction (Universität Saarbrücken, 22.09.2010)

The Aisthesis of Aesthetics: Neo-Victorian Adaptations of the Crisis of Perception (University of Hull, 26.3.2011)

Traces of Memory and Perception in Samantha Harvey’s The Wilderness and Anne Enright’s The Gathering (Universität Màlaga, 22.10.2011)

From Public Opinion to Common Sense and (Self-)Surveillance in the (Neo-)Nineteenth Century (Universität Mainz, 18.11.2011)

Neo-Victorian Literature (mit Dr. Susanne Gruß; Universität Basel, 10.5.2012)

Birth, Birth Control and Bio-Politics: Taking Liberties with in the Political Economy of Nineteenth-Century Culture (Newcastle University, 16.6.2012)

There is no Such Thing as Political Memory!? The Iron Lady (2011) as Mental ‘Psychogeography’ (13.11.2012)

“Suddenly there were all these new possiblities laid before us”: Biopolitische Dystopien (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen, 10.12.2012)

Senses and Sensations: An Aisthetics of Touch in Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White (1859-60) (Birkbeck College, University of London, 20.07.2013)

Discursive Entanglements of the Bildungsroman: Victorian Literary Criticism and Different Kinds of Bildung in Realism and Sensation Fiction (Leibniz Universität Hannover, 22.9.2014)

Appropriating Sherlock Holmes: A Short History of Cultural Myth-Making (Universität des Saarlandes, 15.6.2015)

Sex and/in the City in Neo-Victorian Writing (Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, 22.6.2015)

Sex and the City: ‘Vicarious Kinaesthesia’ in the Neo-Victorian Novel (TU Braunschweig, 03.7.2015)