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Publications

Joanna Rostek

Monographs

  • Women's Economic Thought in the Romantic Age: Towards a Transdisciplinary Herstory of Economic Thought (forthcoming with Routledge in 2020).
  • Seaing through the Past. Postmodern Histories and the Maritime Metaphor in Contemporary Anglophone Fiction. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011. Postmodern Studies 47. [Info] [Table of contents]

Reviews of Seaing through the Past:

- Stephen Gapps (Australian National Maritime Museum), in: Historical Justice and Memory Research Network. January 2012.

- Sarah Heinz (Universität Mannheim), in: Anglistik 23.2 (2012): 185-187.

- Lucia Krämer (Universität Hannover), in: Journal for the Study of British Cultures 19 (2012): 110-112.

- David Malcolm (University of Gdansk), in: LWU: Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 44.2/3 (2011): 223-225.

 

As Editor

  • with Anne-Julia Zwierlein. Brexit and the Divided United Kingdom. Special Issue of the Journal for the Study of British Cultures 26.1 (2019). [Info]
  • with Anne-Julia Zwierlein and Ina Habermann. Literatures of Brexit. Special Issue of the Journal for the Study of British Cultures 26.2 (2019). [Info]
  • with Ellen Grünkemeier and Nora Pleßke. The Value of Economic Criticism Reconsidered: Approaching Literature and Culture through the Lens of Economics. Edited section in: Proceedings Anglistentag 2017. Ed. Anne-Julia Zwierlein, Jochen Petzold, Katharina Boehm, and Martin Decker. Trier: WVT, 2018. [Free download via www.wvttrier.de]

  • Ed. with Dirk Uffelmann. Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture and Literature in Germany, Ireland, and the UK. Frankfurt/Main: Lang, 2011. [Info]

Reviews of Contemporary Migrant Culture

- Elisa-Maria Hiermer (Universität Gießen), in: Kritikon Litterarum 39.3/4 (2012), 232-235.

- Kinga Kuligowska (Universität Marburg), in: Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung 63.1 (2014), 154-156. [Link]

  •  Ed. with Stephan Karschay and Gerold Sedlmayr. Hard Times 84 (2008): The Politics of British Humour.

Articles in Journals, Handbooks and Essay Collections

  • "Anne Brontë, Agnes Grey (1847)". Handbook of the English Novel of the Nineteenth Century: 1830-1900. Ed. Martin Middeke and Monika Pietrzak-Franger. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2020. 237–252. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110376715-013
  • with Anne-Julia Zwierlein. "Brexit and the Divided United Kingdom as Areas of Research in British Cultural Studies". Introduction. Brexit and the Divided United Kingdom. Special Issue of the Journal for the Study of British Cultures 26.1 (2019), 3-16. [Info]
  • with Anne-Julia Zwierlein. "Literatures of Brexit". Introduction. Literatures of Brexit. Special Issue of the Journal for the Study of British Cultures 26.2 (2019), 125-140. [Info]
  • "English Women's Economic Thought in the 1790s: Domestic Economy, Married Women's Economic Dependence, and Access to Professions". Routledge Handbook of the History of Women’s Economic Thought. Ed. Kirsten K. Madden and Robert W. Dimand. Abingdon: Routledge, 2019. 33-52. [Info]
  • with Ellen Grünkemeier and Nora Pleßke. "The Value of Economic Criticism Reconsidered: Approaching Literature and Culture through the Lens of Economics". Introduction. Proceedings Anglistentag 2017. Ed. Anne-Julia Zwierlein, Jochen Petzold, Katharina Boehm, and Martin Decker. Trier: WVT, 2018. 117-125. [Free download via www.wvttrier.de]

  • "Fictions of Capitalism: Accounting for Global Capitalism's Social Costs in Catherine O'Flynn's What Was Lost (2007), Sebastian Faulks's A Week in December (2009), and John Lanchester's Capital (2012)". The English Novel in the 21st Century: Cultural Concerns – Literary Developments – Model Interpretations. Ed. Vera Nünning & Ansgar Nünning. Trier: WVT, 2018. 139-153. [Info]

  • "Implementing Feminist Economics for the Study of Literature: The Economic Dimensions of Charlotte
    Brontë's Shirley Revisited". Brontë Studies 43.1 (2018): 78–88. Access via: https://doi.org/10.1080/14748932.2018.1389153

  • with Stephan Karschay. "'Man haf fe do wha man haf fe do': Humour and Identity (Re)Formation in Bernardine Evaristo's Mr Loverman (2013)'. Anglistik 27.1 (2016). 125-136. Focus on Comic Representations in Post-Millennial British and Irish Fiction. [Free download]

  • with Dorothea Will. "From Ever-Lusting Individuals to Ever-Lasting Couples: Coupling (BBC2 2001-2004) and Emotional Capitalism". British TV Comedy: Cultural Concepts, Contexts, and Controversies. Ed. Jürgen Kamm & Birgit Neumann. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 311-324. [Info]

  • "Poetry of the Fifties and Sixties between Innovation and Tradition: Philip Larkin and the Movement". A History of British Poetry: Genres - Developments - Model Interpretations. Ed. Sibylle Baumbach, Birgit Neumann and Ansgar Nünning. Trier: WVT, 2015. 351-362. WVT Handbücher zum Literaturwissenschaftlichen Studium 18. [Info]

  • "Female Authority and Political Economy: Jane Marcet and Harriet Martineau's Contradictory Strategy in Disseminating Economic Knowledge". Anglistentag 2013: Proceedings. Ed. Reingard M. Nischik and Silvia Mergenthal. Trier: WVT, 2014. 21-33. [Free download]

  • "Managing the Unmanageable: Paradoxes of Poverty in Harriet Martineau's Illustrations of Political Economy (1832-34)". Narrating Poverty and Precarity in Britain: Literary and Cultural Perspectives. Ed. Barbara Korte and Frédéric Regard. Berlin: de Gruyter. 2014. 33-55. Culture & Conflict 5. [Info & view article]

  • "Refusing to 'Rest on the Sea's Bed': The Sea of the Middle Passage in David Dabydeen's 'Turner' (1994) and Fred D’Aguiar’s Feeding the Ghosts (1997)". Navigating Cultural Spaces: Maritime Places. Ed. Anna-Margaretha Horatschek, Yvonne Rosenberg and Daniel Schäbler. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014. 65-81. Spatial Practices: An Interdisciplinary Series in Cultural History, Geography and Literature 18. [Info]

  • "(Un)Othering the Terrorist: Responses to Terrorism in Two Contemporary British Plays". Deconstructing Terrorism. 9/11, 7/7, and Contemporary Culture. Ed. Jürgen Kamm, Jürgen Kramer and Bernd Lenz. Passau: Stutz, 2013. 95-116. PALK 11.

  • with Nora Pleßke. "Rubble or Resurrection: Contextualising London Literature by Polish Migrants to the UK". Literary London Journal 10.2 (2013). Web. http://www.literarylondon.org/london-journal/autumn2013/plesskeandrostek.html [Download PDF]

  • "Migration, Capital, Space: Econotopic Constellations in Recent Literature about Polish Migrants in Ireland". Anglistentag 2012: Proceedings. Ed. Katrin Röder and Ilse Wischer. Trier: WVT, 2013. 47-60. [Free download]

  • with Dirk Uffelmann. "Czy polski migrant potrafi przemówić? Londyn w brytyjskim i polskim filmie, literaturze i muzyce". Rocznik Komparatystyczny 3 (2012). 213-238. [Reprinted in: Uffelmann Dirk, Polska literatura postkolonialna. Od sarmatyzmu do migracji poakcesyjnej. Cracow: Universitas 2020 (in preparation)]

  • "From a Polish in Dublin to Polish Dublin: Retracing Changing Migratory Patterns in Two Recent 'Dublin Novels' by Polish Migrants". Polish-Irish Encounters in the New and Old Europe. Ed. Sabine Egger and John Mcdonagh. Frankfurt/Main: Lang, 2011. 117-130. Reimagining Ireland 39. [Info]

  • with Dirk Uffelmann. Introduction. Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture and Literature in Germany, Ireland, and the UK. Ed. Joanna Rostek and Dirk Uffelmann. Frankfurt/Main: Lang, 2011. 7-26. [Info]

  • "Life Course as a Ship's Course: Wavering Biographies in Contemporary Sea Voyage Narratives". From the Cradle to the Grave: Life-Course Models in Literary Genres. Ed. Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Sarah Herbe. Heidelberg: Winter, 2011. 57-68. Wissenschaft und Kunst 15.

  • "Living the British Dream: Polish Migration to the UK as Depicted in the TV Series Londyńczycy (2008-2010)". Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture and Literature in Germany, Ireland, and the UK. Ed. Joanna Rostek and Dirk Uffelmann. Frankfurt: Lang, 2011. 245-275. [Info]

  • with Dirk Uffelmann. "Can the Polish Migrant Speak? The Representation of 'Subaltern' Polish Migrants in Film, Literature and Music from Britain and Poland". Facing the East in the West: Images of Eastern Europe in British Literature, Film and Culture. Ed. Barbara Korte, Eva Ulrike Pirker and Sissy Helff. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010. 311-334. Internationale Studien zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft 138. [GoogleBooks & Info]

  • "Endlich Pro-Age oder immer noch Pro-Beauty? Zwei Beispiele der Darstellung des alternden weiblichen Körpers in den Medien". Medienkulturen. Ed. Daniela Wawra. Frankfurt/Main: Lang, 2010. 53-73. [Info]

  • with Gerold Sedlmayr. "Berührung im Überfluss. Grenzregionen und Körperzonen in Ian McEwans On Chesil Beach (2007)". Grenzen: Konstruktionen und Bedeutungen. Ed. Dennis Gräf and Verena Schmöller. Passau: Stutz, 2009. 235-258. MTS: Medien, Texte, Semiotik Passau 2.

  • "Defeat through Counterfeit. Looking for Shakespeare in Julian Barnes’s England, England (1998)". Shakespearean Culture – Cultural Shakespeare. Ed. Jürgen Kamm and Bernd Lenz. Passau: Stutz, 2009. 131-147. PALK 8.

  • "Die Migration von (Stereo-)Typen der Weiblichkeit. Die Literatur von und über polnische Migrantinnen und Migranten in Irland und Großbritannien". Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie 66.1 (2009): 181-209. [Info]

  • "Dreamland or Wasteland? Constructions of the Sea in Graham Swift’s Last Orders (1996)". Insular Mentalities: Mental Maps of Britain. Essays in Honour of Bernd Lenz. Ed. Jürgen Kamm and Gerold Sedlmayr. Passau: Stutz, 2007. 157-169.

 

Reviews

  • Rev. of Thaddeus of Warsaw. A Novel, by Jane Porter. Eds. Thomas McLean and Ruth Knezevich. Review19 (3 April 2020). [Full text]
  • Rev. of Unbounded Attachment. Sentiment and Politics in the Age of the French Revolution, by Harriet Guest. Francia-Recensio 2016.1 (April 2016). [Full text]
  • Rev. of Global Migrants, Local Culture: Natives and Newcomers in Provincial England, 1841-1939, by Laura Tabili. H-Soz-u-Kult (May 2013). [Full text]
  • Rev. of A History of Canadian Culture, by Jonathan Vance. ZKS: Zeitschrift für Kanadastudien 32.1 (2012): 119-120.
  • Rev. of Cultural Mobility: A Manifesto, by Stephen Greenblatt with Ines Županow, Reinhard Meyer-Kalkus, Heike Paul, Pál Nyíri and Friederike Pannewick. ZAA. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 58.4 (2010): 397-398.


Dictionary Entries

Entries in Kindlers Literaturlexikon Online. Ed. Heinz Ludwig Arnold. Stuttgart: Metzler, 2014:

  • Philip Hensher (Biogramm)
  • Philip Hensher, The Northern Clemency (2008)

Interviews

  • "Fünf Freunde auf der BrexLit-Insel". Radio Interview on Brexit in Contemporary British Literature. Kulturwelt, Bayern 2, 20 December 2018.
  • with Joanna Kosmalska. "Irish-Polish Cultural Interrelations in Practice: Interviews with Chris Binchy, Piotr Czerwinski, Dermot Bolger, and Anna Wolf". Studi irlandesi. A Jounal of Irish Studies 5 (2015): 103-130. Download via: dx.doi.org/10.13128/SIJIS-2239-3978-16332


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