Kluwick, Ursula Maria

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Journal Article

Kluwick, Ursula (2019). Aquatic Matter in Victorian Fiction. Open Cultural Studies, 3(1), pp. 245-255. De Gruyter 10.1515/culture-2019-0022

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2016). Tod(es-)Maschine Hai. PhiN. Philologie im Netz: Beihefte, 10, pp. 61-76. Freie Universität Berlin

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2012). The Tempest Re-Envisioned: Encounters with the Sea in Iris Murdoch and Derek Jarman. Shakespeare Seminar, 9, pp. 53-65. Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2011). The Tempest Re-Envisioned: Encounters with the Sea in Iris Murdoch and Derek Jarman. Shakespeare Seminar, 9, pp. 55-65. Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2005). The Wonders and Perils of Air: Crossing Magic Realities in Salman Rushdie's Fiction. e-sharp, 4

Book Section

Zemanek, Evi; Kluwick, Ursula (2019). Einleitung. In: Zemanek, Evi; Kluwick, Ursula (eds.) Nachhaltigkeit interdisziplinär - Konzepte, Diskurse, Praktiken. UTB: Vol. 5227 (pp. 11-26). Weimar: UTB

Richter, Virginia; Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2019). Of Tourists and Refugees: The Global Beach in the Twenty-First Century (In Press). In: Ferdinand, Simon; Souch, Irina; Wesselman, Daan (eds.) Heterotopia and Globalisation in the Twenty-First Century. London: Routledge

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2018). Victorian Cultural Sustainability. In: Cultural Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences (pp. 184-193). Routledge

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2017). Die unheimliche Natur: Schauer- und Sensationsroman als Spielarten einer ökologischen Ästhetik. In: Ökologische Genres: Naturästhetik - Umweltethik - Wissenspoetik. Umwelt und Gesellschaft: Vol. 16 (pp. 181-194). Göttingen: vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2016). Dickens in America. In: Straub, Julia (ed.) Handbook of Transatlantic North American Studies (pp. 448-469). De Gruyter

Richter, Virginia; Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2015). Introduction. ’Twixt Land and Sea: Approaches to Littoral Studies. In: Kluwick, Ursula; Richter, Virginia (eds.) The Beach in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures: Reading Littoral Space. (pp. 1-20). Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2015). Food for Sharks: Abjection on the Beach. In: Kluwick, Ursula; Richter, Virginia (eds.) The Beach in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures: Reading Littoral Space. (pp. 139-154). Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2015). “Climate Change, the Novel, and the Bildungsroman: The Relation of Things in an Emergent World.”. In: Emig, Rainer; Gohrisch, Jana (eds.) Anglistentag 2014 Hannover: Proceedings. Anglistentag Proceedings (pp. 329-340). Trier: WVT

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2014). Talking About Climate Change: The Ecological Crisis and Narrative Form. In: Garrard, Greg (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Ecocriticism. Oxford Handbooks (pp. 502-516). Oxford: Oxford University Press 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199742929.013.029

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2014). The Coast as a Site of Ecological Haunting in Iris Murdoch’s The Sea, The Sea and Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca. In: Horatschek, Anna-Margaretha; Rosenberg, Yvonne; Schäbler, Daniel (eds.) Navigating Cultural Spaces: Maritime Places. Spatial Practices: Vol. 18 (pp. 237-255). Amsterdam: Brill/Rodopi

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2013). The (Inter)Disciplinarity of Postcolonial Research. In: Gohrisch, Jana; Grunkemeier, Ellen (eds.) Postcolonial Studies Across the Disciplines. Cross/Cultures: Vol. 170 (pp. 341-347). Amsterdam: Rodopi

Kluwick, Ursula (2011). Waters of Paradise: The English Patient. In: Ramsey-Kurz, Helga; Ganapathy-Doré, Geetha (eds.) Projections of Paradise: Ideal Elsewheres in Postcolonial Migrant Literature. Cross/Cultures: Vol. 132 (pp. 179-193). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi

Kluwick, Ursula (2009). The Personal and the Public: Michael Ondaatje's Historiographic Metafiction and the Question of Political Engagement. In: Borg Barthet, Stella (ed.) A Sea for Encounters: Essays Towards a Postcolonial Commonwealth. Cross Cultures: Vol. 117 (pp. 273-286). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi

Kluwick, Ursula (2009). Postcolonial Literatures on a Global Market: Packaging the 'Mysterious East' for Western Consumption. In: Rüdiger, Petra; Gross, Konrad (eds.) Translation of Cultures. ASNEL Papers: Vol. 13 (pp. 75-92). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi

Kluwick, Ursula (2009). Magic Realism and the Illegitimate Empire. In: Knellwolf King, Christa; Rubik, Margarete (eds.) Stories of Empire: Narrative Strategies for the Legitimation of an Imperial World Order. ELCH: Vol. 33 (pp. 219-232). Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2008). Rohinton Mistry: Family Matters. In: Peters, Susanne; Stierstorfer, Klaus; Volkmann, Laurenz (eds.) Novels. Teaching Contemporary Literature and Culture 2 (pp. 393-410). Trier: WVT

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2007). Jane’s Angry Daughters: Anger in Anita Brookner’s Hotel du Lac, Margaret Drabble’s The Waterfall, Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine and Jamaica Kincaid’s Lucy. In: Rubik, Margarete; Mettinger-Schartmann, Elke (eds.) A Breath of Fresh Eyre: Intertextual and Intermedial Reworkings of Jane Eyre. IFAVL: Vol. 111 (pp. 129-148). Amsterdam: Brill/Rodopi

Kluwick, Ursula (2007). Jane's Angry Daughters: Anger in Anita Brookner's Hotel du Lac, Margaret Drabble's The Waterfall, Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine and Jamaica Kincaid's Lucy. In: Rubik, Margarete; Mettinger-Schartmann, Elke (eds.) A Breath of Fresh Eyre: Intermedial and Intertextual Reworkings of Jane Eyre. Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft: Vol. 111 (pp. 129-148). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi

Book

Zemanek, Evi; Kluwick, Ursula (eds.) (2019). Nachhaltigkeit interdisziplinär. Konzepte, Diskurse, Praktiken. UTB: Vol. 5227. UTB

Kluwick, Ursula Maria; Richter, Virginia (eds.) (2015). The Beach in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures: Reading Littoral Space. Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate

Kluwick, Ursula (2011). Exploring Magic Realism in Salman Rushdie's Fiction. Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature. London: Routledge

Conference or Workshop Item

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (9 November 2019). Paradiesische Gewässer (Unpublished). In: Sprache (Prep) Paradies. Köln. 8.-9.11.2019.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (5 October 2019). Moving Matter: Drinking Disease in Victorian Literature (Unpublished). In: Locating Intersections of Medicine and Mobility in 19th-Century Britain. Erlangen. 4.-5-1.2019.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria; Gurr, Jens Martin (23 September 2019). ‘Panel Introduction: Literature and Interdisciplinarity.’ (Unpublished). In: Anglistentag 2019. Leipzig. 22.-25.9.2019.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (10 September 2019). ‘Anthropocene Water Fictions.’ (Unpublished). In: Anthropocene (Post)Humanities. Bayrische Akademie München. 10.-11.9.2019.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2 June 2019). ‘The Postcolonial Mediterranean.’ (Unpublished). In: Postcolonial Oceans – Contradictions and Heterogeneities in the Epistemes of Salt Water. GAPS/IACPL Annual Conference. Bremen. 30.5.-2.6.2019.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (5 April 2019). ‘Aquatic Science and Gothic Waterscapes in the Victorian Novel.’ (Unpublished). In: British Society for the Study of Literature and Science 2019. Royal Holloway, London, United Kingdom. 4.-5-4-2019.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (29 November 2018). Menschen im Nebel. Meteopotologische Überlegungen zu einem unheimlichen Phänomen (Unpublished). In: Literarische Meteorologie / Meteopoetologie. FU Berlin, Deutschland. 29.-30.11.2018.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (14 June 2018). “Bodies Arriving on the Beach.” (Unpublished). In: Narrating and Constructing the Beach. LMU München, Deutschland. 14.-16.06.2018.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (12 November 2016). “Victorian Cultural Sustainability.” (Unpublished). In: Cultural Dimensions of Sustainability. Universität Bern, Schweiz. 10.-12.11.2016.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (15 June 2016). Introduction (Unpublished). In: Rhetorik der Nachhaltigkeit: Konzepte und Diskurse nachhaltiger Zukunftsgestaltung in Medien, Politik und diversen Fachdisziplinen. Freiburg im Brsg., Deutschland. 15.-17.06.2016.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (November 2015). The Aesthetics of Bodies in Translation: From The Water-Babies to Real Humans (Submitted). In: Medial Bodies Between Fiction and Faction: Reinventing Carnality. Universität Freiburg/Breisgau. 06.-08.11.2015.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (16 October 2015). Interdiscursive Relations: Infiltration as a Case Study (Unpublished). In: Invited Lecture. Universität Wien. 16.10.2015.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (14 February 2015). Tod(es) Maschine Hai (Unpublished). In: Mensch Maschine Tier: Entwürfe posthumaner Interaktionen. 5th Conference of the DFG-Network Ethik und Ästhetik in literarischen Repräsentationen ökologischer Transformationen.. Universität Mannheim. 14.02.2015.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (4 October 2014). Our Mutual Friend, Our Mutual Problem: Die Themse als moralökologisches Problem in Dickens' Gesellschaftsroman (Unpublished). In: Ökologische Genres. 4th Conference of the DFG-Network Ethik und Ästhetik in literarischen Repräsentationen ökologischer Transformationen. Bayreuth. 04.10.2014.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (23 September 2014). Climate Change Narratives and Identity Formation (Unpublished). In: Anglistentag 2014. Leibniz University Hanover. 23.09.2014.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (5 September 2014). Material Ecocriticism and the Great Stink (Unpublished). In: Victorian Sustainability. British Association for Victorian Studies. University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. 05.09.2014.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2012). The Dickensian Thames in Word and Image (Unpublished). In: Dickens and the Visual Imagination. University of Surrey, UK. 9.7.2012.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2012). Oh, the river! Dickens’s Moral Thames” (Unpublished). In: The Other Dickens: Victorian and Neo-Victorian Contexts. University of Portsmouth, UK. 6.7.2012.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2012). Magic Realism, Salman Rushdie, and the Practice of 'Reading Back' (Unpublished). In: EARS - EUCOR English Seminar on Indian literatures in English. University of Strasbourg. 13.4.2012.

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2012). Victorian London - Water, Hygiene, and Charles Dickens (Unpublished). In: Gastvortrag. Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. 24. Mai 2012.

Kluwick, Ursula (2011). Climate Change & Narration: The Environmental Role of Stories, Eingeladener Gastvortrag, University of Exeter at Falmouth, Grossbritannien, 21.3.2011.

Kluwick, Ursula (2011). The Tempest Re-Envisioned: Encounters with the Sea in Iris Murdoch and Derek Jarman, Hauptvortrag, Shakespeare's Shipwrecks: Theatres of Maritime Adventure, Shakespeare-Tage 2011, Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft/European Shakespeare Research Association, Weimar, 29.4.2011.

Kluwick, Ursula (2011). Food for Sharks: Inter-Species Relations on the Beach, Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, 24.6.2011.

Kluwick, Ursula (2010). Narrative Strategies in the Representation of Climate Change. Environmental Change - Cultural Change. Sixth Biennial ASLE-UK and Fourth Biennial EASLCE Conference, University of Bath, 2 September 2010.

Kluwick, Ursula (2010). Buried Treasures and Sea Monsters: The Coast and the Return of the Repressed. Navigating Cultural Spaces: Images of Coast and Sea, Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, 2 October 2010.

Kluwick, Ursula (2009). "Writing Nature in Contemporary Environmental Fiction." Literature and the Environment. CUSO, University of Geneva, 16. Oktober 2009.

Kluwick, Ursula (2009). "Food for Sharks: Inter-Species Relations on the Beach." Twixt Land and Sea: The Beach in Literature, Film and Cultural Theory. University of Berne, 20. Juni 2009.

Kluwick, Ursula (2007). Conference Report on Word and Image: Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of New English Literature. In: Meyer, Michael (ed.) Word & Image in Colonial and Postcolonial Literatures and Cultures. ASNEL Papers: Vol. 14 (p. 6). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi

Thesis

Kluwick, Ursula Maria (2016). Fictions of Fluctuation: Water in the Victorian Age (Unpublished). (Habilitation, Department of English, Faculty of Humanities)

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