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Publications and Papers

Susann Liebich

 

Publications

“The popular imagination of the sea in magazines of the 1920s and 1930s.” In New Zealand and the Sea: Historical Perspectives, ed. Frances Steel, Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2018. (Under contract, in press)

[with Victoria Kuttainen] “Introduction: Print Culture, Mobility, and the Pacific 1920-1950”, special issue of Transfers: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies 7, no. 1 (2017): 26-33.

[with Victoria Kuttainen] “Worldly Tastes: Mobility and the Geographical Imaginaries of Interwar Australian Magazines.” Submitted to Transfers: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies 7, no. 1 (2017): 52-69.

“Reading as War Effort: The National Home Reading Union during the First World War.” First World War Studies 6, no. 3 (2015): 219-238).

[with Victoria Kuttainen and Sarah Galletly] “Place, Platform, and Value: Periodicals and the Pacific in Late Colonial Modernity.” English Studies in Canada 41, no. 1 (March 2015): 155-177.

Book Review of Ken Gelder and Rachael Weaver, The Colonial Journals and the Emergence of Australian Literary Culture. Crawley: UWA Press, 2014, Australian Historical Studies 46, no. 2 (2015): 320-322.

[with Carolin Matjeka and Johanna de Schmidt], “Floating Spaces at Sea – Schiffszeitungen und Reiserfahrungen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert”, Masala: Newsletter des SAI, University of Heidelberg 10, no. 1 (2015): 26-33.

 

Papers

 “Adventure, Glamour and Social Prestige: Women and Mobility across the Pacific in Australian Quality Magazines of the 1920s and 1930s.” Research Colloquium ‘Global History’, History Programme, Heidelberg University, 14 January 2016.

“Adventure, Glamour and Social Prestige: Women and Mobility across the Pacific in Australian Quality Magazines of the 1920s and 1930s.” Panel on “Oceans of Opportunity: Women’s Mobility in the Early Twentieth Century Pacific World,” The American Historical Association meeting, Atlanta, 7-10 January 2016.

[with Sarah Galletly and Victoria Kuttainen] “The Transported Imagination: Magazines, Travel and the Pacific 1920s-1930s.” Poster Presentation, DH 2015, Global Digital Humanities, University of Western Sydney, 29 June-3 July 2015.

“Oceanic Print Cultures: Reading and Writing at Sea.” Research Colloquium, Excellence Cluster Asia and Europe in a Global Context, Heidelberg University, 21 April 2015.

“The Transported Imagination: Magazines and the Geographical Imaginary in Interwar Australia.” Invited Seminar, History Programme, Victoria University of Wellington, 3 October 2014.

“Australia’s Geographical Imaginary in the Interwar Period: Mobility and the Pacific in the quality magazine The Home”, SASS Seminar, James Cook University, Townsville, 15 May 2014.

“Reading at Sea and Oceanic Print Cultures”, “Reading Communities and the Circulation of Print: Australia, China and Britain in the 19th century” conference, The Australian National University, Canberra, 23-24 April.

“New Zealand Soldiers’ Reading Practices on Troopships during the First World War: Local, Global or Oceanic Print Cultures?”, Invited Presentation, Global History Workshop, Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context”, Heidelberg University, 21-22 March 2014.

“Australasian Magazine Culture, Sea Travel and the Middlebrow Imagination”, Invited Presentation, New Historical Perspectives on New Zealand and the Sea Workshop, Centre for Research on Colonial Culture, University of Otago, Dunedin, 23 November 2013.

“Reading and Writing at Sea”, Biennial conference of the New Zealand Historical Association (NZHA), University of Otago, Dunedin, 20-22 November 2013.

“Mapping Travel and the Middlebrow Imagination in the Pacific, c. 1920-1940”, Public Presentation as part of the ESU DH Summer School, University of Leipzig, 22 July -3 August 2013.

“Local Reading Cultures, Global Print Cultures: Intellectual Life in Timaru, New Zealand, c. 1900-1930”, SASS Seminar, James Cook University, Townsville, 17 May 2013.

“New Zealand Troopship Magazines and Shipboard Cultures of Print,” History of Reading Workshop, Victoria University of Wellington, 22-23 February 2013.

Johanna de Schmidt

 

Publications

‘This strange little floating world of ours’: shipboard periodicals and community building in the ‘global’ nineteenth century, Journal of Global History [forthcoming].

Comprendre l’océan comme espace historique au 19ième siècle: les gazettes de voyage écrites sur des passages intercontinentaux, [edited volume, forthcoming].

[with Susann Liebich and Carolin Matjeka], “Floating Spaces at Sea – Schiffszeitungen und Reiserfahrungen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert”, Masala: Newsletter des SAI, University of Heidelberg 10, no. 1 (2015): 26-33.

All Quiet on the Western Front? - The Creation and Perception of self-made Instruments in the Trenches of the First World War, Journal of Musicological Research, 33, Nr.1-2 (2014), S. 145–62.

Conference report "Being in transit – Shipboard Travel and its Role in Nineteenth-Century Globalization", 04.04.2013–06.04.2013, Heidelberg, in: H-Soz-u-Kult, 31.05.2013 (with Michael Offermann).

 

Papers

April 2015: „Experiencing colonies from aboard a ship: Periodicals on intercontinental vessels in the 19th century”, Conference: Print Media in the Colonial World, Centre for research in the arts, social sciences and humanities, Cambridge University.

September 2014: „Ship newspapers: reflecting the social fabric of the ship“, Fourth European Congress on World and Global History, Paris.

June 2014: „Im Transit auf dem Ozean – Schiffszeitungen als Chroniken interkontinentaler Überfahrten im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert“, Workshop „Die Schiffsreise als Übergangsphänomen im Migrationsprozess“ at the Centrum für Jüdische Studien der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz in Kooperation mit dem Institut für Volkskunde und Kulturanthropologie [with Carolin Matjeka].

March 2014: „’Our small Republic aboard, which is confined within so narrow limits’ - Spatial Arrangements on intercontinental ships“, Conference: „Narrating an Entangled World”, Heidelberg.

June 2013: „Comprendre l’océan comme espace historique au 19ème siècle : la vie à bord des paquebots intercontinentaux reflétée dans les gazettes de passagers“, 2ième congrès du GIS d’histoire maritime, Nantes.

June 2013: „News on the move – Newspapers on intercontinental ship passages in the 19th century”, Eighteenth-Century Worlds Research Centre, Liverpool.

May 2013: „Ein mobiles Medium? – Schiffszeitungen an Bord von interkontinentalen Dampfschiffen“, Medienhistorisches Forum, Heidelberg.

April 2013: „“What’s in a ship newspaper?“, Conference: „Being in transit – Shipboard travel and its Role in Nineteenth Century Globalization”, Heidelberg.

Carolin Matjeka

 

Publications

„’You can see here the acme of modern progress’. Popularisierung und Rezeption von Zeitwissen auf der World’s Columbian Exposition 1893 in Chicago“, Traverse (forthcoming Fall 2016).

[with Susann Liebich and Johanna de Schmidt], “Floating Spaces at Sea – Schiffszeitungen und Reiserfahrungen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert”, Masala: Newsletter des SAI, University of Heidelberg 10, no. 1 (2015): 26-33.

 

Papers

“’A New Feature of Ocean Travel’ – Bordzeitungen und drahtlose Telegraphie als Kommunikationsmedien im Transit”, Research Colloquium ‘Global History’, History Programme, Heidelberg University, 14 January 2016.

„Communication in Transit: Wireless Telegraphy and Ship Newspapers on Ocean Liners“, Workshop “Space, Place and Landscape in the history of communications”, at the Department of History, University of Oxford, 16 June 2015.

[with Johanna de Schmidt] „Im Transit auf dem Ozean – Schiffszeitungen als Chroniken interkontinentaler Überfahrten im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert“, Workshop „Die Schiffsreise als Übergangsphänomen im Migrationsprozess“ at the Centrum für Jüdische Studien der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz in Kooperation mit dem Institut für Volkskunde und Kulturanthropologie, 20 June 2014.

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