Institut für deutsche Literatur

 

Prof. Dr. Joseph Vogl (Leitung)

Professor of Modern German Literature / Literary and Cultural studies / Media
(History and theory of knowledge; history of danger and dangerousness in the modern period; discourse and media theory; history of literature from the 18th to the 20th century)

 

Prof. Dr. Steffen Martus

Professor of Modern German Literature from the 18th Century to the Present
(History of literature and science; literary theory, especially author and work theories; praxeology of the humanities and cultural studies)

 

Prof. Dr. Ethel Matala de Mazza

Professor of Modern German Literature from 18th Century to the Present
(Literary and theoretical history of the political imaginary; literary genres and formal semantics; cultural theory; interrelations between law and literature)

 

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Vedder

Professor of Modern German Literature from 18th Century to the Present / Theories and Methods of Literary Gender Studies
(Genealogy and gender; literature and material culture; narrations on the brink of death)

 

Institut für Kulturwissenschaften

 

Prof. Dr. Iris Därmann

Professor for Cultural Theory and Aesthetics
(Practices and theories of the image; phenomenology, psychoanalysis, contemporary French theory; history of cultural theories and of ethnology; theories of theater and tragedy; economies of the gift; history of oikos and oikonomia)

 

Prof. Dr. Philipp Felsch

Professor of the History of the Humanities
(History of theory in the second half of the 20th century; the Alps in the history of science; 19th century history of cartography)

 

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schäffner

Professor of the History of Science and Culture
(Design and knowledge; genesis of the analogue code; structures; architectures of knowledge; transatlantic transfer of knowledge and technology; mobility of things)

 

Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften / Wissenschaftsgeschichte

 

Prof. Dr. Anke te Heesen

Professor of the History of Science with emphasis on the Formation and Organization of Knowledge in 19th and 20th century

(History of the humanities; natural history in the early modern period; museum and exhibition history; forms of organization and notation in the sciences; science and art)