lic. phil. Daniela Keller

Doktorandin (Ph.D. candidate)
daniela.keller-at-unibas.ch

Daniela Keller studied English, Sociology and Media Studies in Basel and Melbourne. She graduated in 2010, having completed her licentiate (M.A.) thesis on the literary garden in the works of the Australian authors Patrick White and Thea Astley. She subsequently worked as a project leader for a digital communication agency, returning to the University of Basel in 2012 to start her dissertation project under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ina Habermann and Prof. Dr. Annette Kern-Stähler (University of Berne).

For her PhD she is examining literary depictions of Germany and physics in contemporary British fiction. Her research interests are British Literature of the twentieth and twenty-first century, cultural topographies and theories of space, as well as the relationship between literature and science. She is a member of the doctoral programme in literature studies.

During ST 2015 Daniela was a Visiting Fellow at the University of Sussex.

Aktuelle Publikationen

Keller, Daniela: "Staging 'Frenemy' Territory: Germany and Physics in Recent British Fiction", 2016. URL
Habermann, InaKeller, Daniela: English Topographies: Introduction, in: Habermann, Ina; Keller, Daniela (Hg.): English Topographies in Literature and Culture. Space, Place, and Identity, Leiden 2016, S. 1-13. edoc
Habermann, InaKeller, Daniela (Hg.): English Topographies in Literature and Culture. Space, Place, and Identity, Leiden 2016 (=23). edoc, URL

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