Prof. Dr. Ina Habermann
Professor of English Literature since the Renaissance
Ina Habermann has been Professor of English since September 2007. Her main fields of interest include Shakespeare and the early modern period, literature and film in the interwar period and the Second World War, Irish literature, cultural and literary history and theory as well as gender studies. She studied English in Frankfurt, Exeter and Munich and was a member of the Munich graduate school Geschlechterdifferenz & Literatur. From 1998 to 2007, Ina Habermann was a lecturer in English and cultural studies at the University of Erlangen, Germany. She is the author of Staging Slander and Gender in Early Modern England (Ashgate 2003) and of Myth, Memory and the Middlebrow: Priestley, du Maurier and the Symbolic Form of Englishness (Palgrave 2010). Her current research projects deal with British literary discourses of Europe and the literary representation of otherworldly spaces. She has initiated and is the chairwoman of the Centre of Competence Cultural Topographies.
Consultation hour: Wednesday, 13-14 hrs