Univ.-Prof. Dr. Monika Pietrzak-Franger

Ed. (with Anna Elsner) Literature and Medicine. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming, 2023)

Ed. (with Anna Elsner) Transitions & Transformations: Medical Humanities in Times of COVID-19. Special issue of Medical Humanities 49.4 (2023).

“Postdigital Health Practices: New Directions in Medical Humanities.” Transitions & Transformations: Medical Humanities in Times of COVID-19. Ed. by M. Pietrzak-Franger and A. Elsner. Special issue of Medical Humanities 49.4 (2023): 503-510.

(with Anna Elsner) “Medical Humanities in Transition: Editorial.” Transitions & Transformations: Medical Humanities in Times of COVID-19. Ed. by M. Pietrzak-Franger and A. Elsner. Special issue of Medical Humanities 49.4 (2023): 501-503.

“Long Covid: Digital Health Technologies, Patient Activism, and Illness Narratives.” Hard Times Magazine 107 (2023): 105-120.

(with Alina Lange and Rebecca Söregi) “Narrating the Pandemic: COVID-19, China and the blame allocation strategies in Western European popular press.” European Journal of Cultural Studies (2022).

“A ‘Visiodemic’: COVID-19, Contagion Media, and the British Press.” Anglistik 32:3 (2021): 183-203.

(with Heidi L. Liedke) “Viral Theatre: Preliminary Thoughts on the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Online Theatre.” Journal of Contemporary Drama in English 9:1 (2021): 128-144.

“Medical Mappings of Syphilis in the Late Nineteenth Century.” Syphilis and Subjectivity: From the Victorians to the Present. Ed. by Kari M. Nixon and Lorenzo Servitje. Houndmills, Basingstoke und New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

(with Eckart Voigts) “Good Vibrations: The Case of Hysteria and the Medical Humour of Neo-Victorianism.” Neo-Victorian Humour: Comic Subversions and Laughter in Contemporary Historical Re-Visions. Ed. by Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben. Boston: Rodopi, 2017. 192-212, (peer-reviewed)

Syphilis in Victorian Literature and Culture: Medicine, Knowledge and the Spectacle of Victorian Invisibility. Houndmills, Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Palgrave Studies in Literature, Science, and Medicine

Ed. (with Martha Stoddard Holmes) Disease, Communication and the Ethics of (In)visibility – Special Symposium Issue of Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 11:4 (2014), (peer-reviewed).

“Codes of Discretion: Silence, Ethics and Doctor-Patient Communication in Emma Frances Brooke’s A Superfluous Woman (1894).” The Writing Cure: Literature and Medicine in Context. Ed. by Alexandra Lembert-Heidenreich and Jarmila Mildorf. Zürich: Lit, 2013. 155-171.

“Pettit, Fiona Yvette. ‘Freaks in Late Nineteenth-Century British Media and Medicine.'” Dissertation Reviews 24. Jan. 2013. Web. 28 Feb. 2013.

Dr. James Aaron Green

‘“Old Things Made New”: Transfusive Rejuvenescence in M. E. Braddon’s “Good Lady Ducayne” and H. G. Wells’s “The Story of the Late Mr Elvesham”’, Frontiers of Narrative Studies, eds. Heike Hartung and Sarah Falcus (forthcoming)

Devon Schiller, BFA, MA

 “A Face of My Own: The Cultural Semiotics of Botox Treatment in Marsha Wichers’ Face Design.” In Semiotiken in den Kulturwissenschaften/Semiotics in Cultural Studies, edited by Nadja Gernalzick, Thomas Metten, Nora Benterbusch, and Filip Niemann. Berlin: De Gruyter, forthcoming 2023.

 “On the Basis of Face: The Politics and Practices of Biometric Art.” In Frankenstein Reanimated: Art and Life in the 21stCentury, edited by Marc Garrett and Yiannis Colakides, pp. 55-72. London: Torque Editions, forthcoming 2022.

“The Face and the Machine: A Review of Ksenia Fedorova’s Tactics of Interfacing: Encoding Affect in Art and Technology (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2020).” Cybernetics and Human Knowing, vol. 28, no. 3-4, pp. 145-152.

 “The Face and the Faceness: Iconicity in the Early Faciasemiotics of Paul Ekman, 1957-1978.” Sign Systems Studies, special issue “Cultures of the Face,” edited by Remo Gramigna and Massimo Leone, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 361-382. doi:10.12697/SSS.2021.49.3-4.06.