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Jule Nowoitnick, M.A.

Administration, Academic Staff

Jule Nowoitnick, M.A.

Position

  • Graduate Programme Manager / Coordinator

Contact information

Karl Jaspers Centre for Advanced Transcultural Studies
Voßstraße 2, Building 4400
Room 220
69115 Heidelberg
Germany

Email:
nowoitnick@asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de
Phone:
+49 (0) 6221 54 4009
Fax:
+49 (0) 6221 54 4012

About Jule Nowoitnick

Jule Nowoitnick majored in Central Asian Studies and German Literature at the Humboldt University in Berlin (Germany), and the Technical University respectively. Since receiving her M.A. in 2006, she has been working as an appointed lecturer in Mongolian Studies at Humboldt University. Additionally, she completed a marketing traineeship at the Walter de Gruyter publishing house, before she joined the Cluster's Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies in the fall of 2009. She defended her PhD thesis on Chinggis Khaan in German literature as example for a cross-discursive and cross-cultural transfer of knowledge on April 12, 2013.

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Selected Papers:

Zur Re-Evaluierung etablierter Geschlechterrollen und Geschichtsbilder in populären historischen Romanen. Chinggis Khaan aus weiblicher Perspektive
Conference Geschlecht und Geschichte in populären Medien, December 1-3, 2011, DFG-Forschergruppe 875 „Historische Lebenswelten in populären Wissenskulturen der Gegenwart“, Freiburg
 
„Denn deinem Engel kannst du dich sichrer nicht vertraun, als mir.“ Vertrauen als Anvertrauen bei Heinrich von Kleist
Workshop „gib mir Vertraun“ - Vertrauen im Werk Heinrich von Kleists und in der Literatur um 1800, October 24th, 2011, Kleist-Museum, Frankfurt (Oder)

„Der Vernichter aus Sehnsucht Dschinghis Khan“ – Zur Konstruktion eines neuen Mythos durch Wissens- und Mythentransfer in Otto Gmelins Temudschin, der Herr der Erde
2. SKK Spannungsfelder: Literatur und Mythos, May 6-8, 2011, Bonn

From First-Hand Experience to Second-Hand Imagination. Western Travelogues on Mongolia and Their Appropriation in Modern Historical Novels
Workshop Global Experience in European Texts by Project A9 "Cultural Transfer as a Factor of State-Building", Nov 11-13, 2010, Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context", Heidelberg

"Then will there arise a new Jenghiz Khan". Michael Prawdin’s Tschingis-Chan und sein Erbe (1938) in the context of Nazi propaganda
Annual Conference 2010 Flows of Concepts and Institutions, Oct 6-8, 2010, Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context", Heidelberg

The Paradox of Literary Authenticity. Conflicting Notions Between Theory and Practice.
Jour Fixe The Tyranny of Labels – Cultures between Purity and Entanglement, June 24, 2010, Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context", Heidelberg


Selected publications

Tschingis Khaan aus weiblicher Perspektive. Zur Re-Evaluierung etablierter Geschlechterrollen und Geschichtsbilder in populären historischen Romanen.
In: Geschlecht und Geschichte in populären Medien. Ed. by Elisabeth Cheauré, Sylvia Paletschek and Nina Reusch. Bielefeld: transcript 2013, pp. 173–188.

„Denn deinem Engel kannst du dich sichrer nicht vertraun, als mir.“ Vertrauen als sprachlicher Akt bei Heinrich von Kleist.
In: Kleist-Jahrbuch (2012), pp. 348–355.

Heroic Violence, Violent Heroes. Transcultural Representations of Violence in Recent Western Historical Novels.
In:  Historicizing the "Beyond" – The Mongolian Invasion as a new Dimension of Violence? Ed. by Katharina Schober, Frank Krämer and Julika Singer. Heidelberg: Winter 2011, pp. 141–162.

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