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Prof. Dr.
Frank
Schulze-Engler

Frank Schulze-Engler has taught at the Universities of Frankfurt, Bremen and Hanover. In 2002 he became a professor of New Anglophone Literatures and Cultures at the Institute for English and American Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt. His research interests include African, South Asian and Caribbean literatures in English, indigenous literature in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, comparative perspectives on anglophone literatures and cultures, transculturality in literary and cultural studies, multiple modernities, postcolonial theory and the cultural dimensions of globalisation.

Project / Institute / Department: 

Institute for English and American Studies / Department of New Anglophone Literatures and Cultures

Additional Address Information: 

Faculty of Modern Philologies

Street / P.O. Box: 

Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1

Postcode (ZIP Code): 

60323

City: 

Frankfurt

Country: 

Germany

Phone: 

+49 (0)69 798-32354, -32352 (secretary)

AFRASO I Projects: 

AFRASO Publications: 

Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2015 ; Once Were Internationalists? Postcolonialism, Disenchanted Solidarity and the Right to Belong in a World of Globalized Modernity ; Reworking Postcolonial-ism: Globalization, Labour and Rights ; Malreddy, Pavan Kumar; Heidemann, Birte; Laursen, Ole Birk & Janet Wilson ; Palgrave Macmillan ; London & New York ; 19–35
Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2014 ; Africa’s Asian Options: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature ; Beyond the Line: Cultural Constructions of the Southern Oceans ; Michael Mann, Ines Phaf-Rheinberger ; Neofelis ; Berlin ; 159-179

Talks / Lectures: 

Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2015 ; Towards a New Global South? Afrasian Imaginaries in East African Literature ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture ; Asian Studies Seminar Series ; University of Western Australia, Perth
Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2015 ; Spectres of Solidarity: Transregional Interactions in East African Literature ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture, S4-B: Der Indische Ozean als Erinnerungsraum ; African Asian Encounters (II): Re-Thinking African-Asian Relationships: Changing Realities – New Concepts ; Kapstadt
Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2014 ; Spectres of Solidarity: Asian-African Interactions in East African Literature ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture ; Public Guest Lecture ; University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2014 ; Spectres of Solidarity: Asian-African Interactions in East African Literature ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture ; Public Guest Lecture ; Centre for Indian Studies in Africa (CISA), University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2015 ; South-South Solidarity or Transregional Alterity? Afrasian Spaces in East African Literature. Keynote Lecture, 2nd AFRASO Retreat, Friedrichsdorf, 06.02.2015. ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture, S4-A: Imaginationen des Indischen Ozeans in der ostafrikanischen Literatur und Oralkultur ; Keynote Lecture, 2nd AFRASO Retreat ; Friedrichsdorf
Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2015 ; Looking Sideways: African-Asian Literary Relations in the 'Global South' ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture ; Writers and Their World Seminars / PhD Masterclasses ; Monash University, Melbourne
Schulze-Engler, Frank ; 2016 ; Looking Sideways: Afrasian Imaginaries and the Remaking of World Literature ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture, S4-A: Imaginationen des Indischen Ozeans in der ostafrikanischen Literatur und Oralkultur ; Entanglements: Envisioning World Literature from the Global South ; Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Schulze-Engler, Frank ; Indian Ocean Imaginaries: African-Asian Literary Interactions and Transformations, WiSe 2012/13 ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture, S4-A: Imaginationen des Indischen Ozeans in der ostafrikanischen Literatur und Oralkultur ; Goethe University Frankfurt
Prof. Dr. Frank Schulze-Engler ; 2013 ; Africa's Asian Options: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature ; S4-A: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature and Oral Culture ; Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (ACLALS) 16th Triennial Conference ; Gros Islet, St. Lucia

Publications: 

Publications since 2008 (for full list of publications see http://www2.uni-frankfurt.de/46466038/Schulze-Engler---CV):

 
Monographs and edited volumes:

(with Lutz Diegner) ed., Habari ya English / What About Kiswahili? East Africa as a Literary and Linguistic Contact Zone. Leiden: Brill, 2015.

(with Geoffrey V. Davis) ed., African Literatures. Postcolonial Literatures in English: Sources and Resources, Vol. 3. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2013.

(with Sabine Doff) ed., Beyond ‘Other Cultures’: Transcultural Perspectives on Teaching the New Literatures in English. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2011.

(with Sissy Helff) ed., Transcultural English Studies: Theories, Fictions, Realities. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2008.

 
Essays:

"Once Were Internationalists? Postcolonialism, Disenchanted Solidarity and the Right to Belong in a World of Globalized Modernity." Pavan Kumar Malreddy, Birte Heidemann, Ole Birk Laursen, Janet Wilson (eds.), Reworking Postcolonialism: Globalization, Labour and Rights. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015: 19-35.

[with Lutz Diegner] "Introduction: Habari ya Contact Zone? East African Literature Revisited." Lutz Diegner and Frank Schulze-Engler (eds.), Habari ya English / What About Kiswahili? East Africa as a Literary and Linguistic Contact Zone. Leiden: Brill, 2015: 1-22.

"Africa's Asian Options: Indian Ocean Imaginaries in East African Literature." Michael Mann and Ineke Phaf-Rheinberger (eds.), Beyond the Line: Cultural Narratives of the Southern Oceans. Berlin: Neofelis, 2014: 159-179.

"Studying Anglophone Literatures and Cultures in a World of Globalized Modernity: Notes on the 'Frankfurt Experience'." Jana Gohrisch and Ellen Grünkemeier (eds.), Postcolonial Studies Across the Disciplines. Cross/Cultures 170; ASNEL Papers 18. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2013: 371-376.

"Fragile Modernities: History and Historiography in Contemporary African Fiction." Jana Gohrisch and Ellen Grünkemeier (eds.), Postcolonial Studies Across the Disciplines. Cross/Cultures 170; ASNEL Papers 18. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2013: 263-282.

"Irritating Europe." Graham Huggan (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Postcolonial Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013: 669-691.

"Introduction." Geoffrey V. Davis and Frank Schulze-Engler (eds. and introd.), African Literatures. Postcolonial Literatures in English: Sources and Resources, Vol. 3. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2013: 1-28.

[with Katja Sarkowsky] “Postcolonial Studies.” Martin Middeke, Timo Müller, Christina Wald, Hubert Zapf (eds.), English and American Studies: Theory and Practice. Stuttgart/Weimar: J.B. Metzler, 2012: 301-313.

[with Katja Sarkowsky] “The New Literatures in English.” Martin Middeke, Timo Müller, Christina Wald, Hubert Zapf (eds.), English and American Studies: Theory and Practice. Stuttgart/Weimar: J.B. Metzler, 2012: 163-177.

“Modern Literature and the Invention of Modernity’s ‘Authentic’ Other: A Comparative German-African Case Study of Hans Paasche’s Lukanga Mukara, Erich Scheurmann’s Papalagi and Okot p’Bitek’s Song of Lawino.” Julius Heinicke, Hilmar Heister, Tobias R. Klein and Viola Prüschenk (eds.), Kuvaka Ukama – Building Bridges: A Tribute to Flora Veit-Wild. Heidelberg: Bettina Weiss/Kalliope Paperbacks, 2012: 133-151.

“Freedom vs. Anticolonialism in Zimbabwe: Subversions of the ‘Third Chimurenga’ Myth in African Literature.” Gordon Collier, Marc Delrez, Anne Fuchs and Bénédicte Ledent (eds.), Engaging with Literature of Commitment, Volume 1: Africa in the World. Cross/Cultures 148. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2012: 283-307.

“The Commonwealth Legacy: Towards a Decentred Reading of World Literature.” Bill Ashcroft, Ranjini Mendis, Julie McGonegal and Arun Mukherjee (eds.), Literature for Our Times: Postcolonial Studies in the Twenty-First Century. Cross/Cultures 145. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2012: 3-14.

[with Sabine Doff] “Beyond ‘Other Cultures’: An Introduction”. Sabine Doff and Frank Schulze-Engler (ed.), Beyond ‘Other Cultures’: Transcultural Perspectives on Teaching the New Literatures in English. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2011: 1-14.

“Europa”. Susan Arndt / Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard (Hg.), Wie Rassismus aus Wörtern spricht: (K)Erben des Kolonialismus im Wissensarchiv deutsche Sprache. Ein kritisches Nachschlagewerk. Berlin: Unrast-Verlag, 2011: 289-294.

“One Modernity or Many? Transcultural Imperatives in Literary Studies”. Richard Dubé, Pascal Gin, Walter Moser and Alvaro Pires (eds.), Modernité en transit / Modernity in Transit. Ottawa: U Ottawa P, 2009: 157-175.

“Transcultural Modernities and Anglophone African Literature”. Elizabeth Bekers, Sissy Helff and Daniella Merolla (eds.), Transcultural Modernities: Narrating Africa in Europe. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2009: 87-101.

“Strange Encounters or Succeeding Dialogues? Science, Culture and Modernity in Amitav Ghosh’s The Calcutta Chromosome and The Hungry Tide”. Sünne Juterczenka, Gesa Mackenthun, The Fuzzy Logic of Encounter: New Perspectives on Cultural Contact. Münster: Waxmann, 2009: 173-184.

“Introduction“. Frank Schulze-Engler and Sissy Helff (eds.), Transcultural English Studies: Theories, Fictions, Realities. ASNEL Papers 12. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2008: ix-xvi.

“Transcultural Negotiations: Third Spaces in Modern Times”. Karin Ikas u. Gerhard Wagner (eds.), Communicating in the Third Space. London: Routledge, 2008: 149-168.