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Liza B. Bauer

About me

 

Liza B. Bauer studied Anglophone Literature, Language, and Culture at the universities of Marburg and Giessen and completed her M.A. with a thesis on the representation of human-animal relations in William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience (1789), which has been published by the Büchner-Verlag, Marburg in 2019. As a current member of the GCSC and the IPP, she is working on her dissertation which carries the working title, Livestock in the Laboratory of Literature: Farm Animal Representations in Anglophone Literary Thought Experiments. Her project is funded by the JLU's graduate scholarship since 2019 and in addition she is working as a research assistant at the IPP. She further functions as one of the co-speakers of the GGS section 'Human-Animal Studies' and is an active member of RA9 'Ecology and the Study of Culture' and of the Cultural and Literary Animal Studies (CLAS) network under Prof. Roland Borgards at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt.


ORCID iD: Liza B. Bauer

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Publications
  • ‘Am Not I / A Fly Like Thee?’ Human-Animal Relations in William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience. Marburg: Büchner Verlag 2019.
  • „Conference Report on "Forms at Work: New Formalist Approaches in Literary Studies.“ KULT_online, Nr. 57 (Januar) 2019. https://doi.org/10.22029/ko.2019.244
  • “Of Animal Love and Abuse: Exploring Ambivalent Human-Animal Relationships in Tiger King (2020) during the COVID-19 Pandemic.” On_Culture: The Open Journal for the Study of Culture #9 (2020). <http://geb.uni-giessen.de/geb/volltexte/2020/15447/>.
  • "Anderen Tieren näher kommen. Lernen an der Schnittstelle zwischen fiktiven Tiertexten, lebendigen Tieren und tierethischen Bestrebungen." In: Simone Horstmann (ed.): Interspezies Lernen: Grundlinien interdisziplinärer Tierschutz- und Tierrechtsbildung. Bielefeld: Transcript 2021 (forthcoming).
  • “Eating Kin or Making Kin? Farm Animal Representations in Twenty-First Century Fiction.” in Ansgar Nünning and Alexander Scherr (eds.). Literature & Literary Studies in the 21st Century: Cultural Concerns – Concepts – Case Studies. Trier: WVT 2021 (forthcoming).
  • “Four Legs in the Evening”: Postanimal Narration in Adam Roberts’ Bête (2014). In: Ecocriticism & Narrative Form (SubStance). Forthcoming 2022.
Presentations
  • '''Four Legs in the Evening': Postanimal Narration in Adam Roberts Bête (2014)." 7 March 2020, ISSN, New Orleans.
  • "Of Herbivores and Carniv[als]: Narrating the Farm Animal Across Species Lines in Deborah Levy’s Diary of a Steak (1997." 28 June 2019, ASLE Paradise on Fire, University of California (Davis).
  • "Stories of a Trans-Species Ecology: Narrated Farm Animals as Key Concerns and Challenges in the 21st Century." 5 April, 2019, Animals: theory, Practice, Representation. Leiden University Centre for Arts in Society (LUCAS).
  • "Bridging the “Great Divide”: Imagining a “Common World” for Humans, Posthumans, and Human-Animal Hybrids in the Multispecies Future of Margaret Atwood’s Maddaddam Trilogy." 8 August 2018. The Finnish Society for Human-Animal Studies (YKES), Turku University.


Research Interests
  • Critical Animal Studies
  • Ecocriticism
  • Narratology
  • Animal Ethics & Activism
  • Science- and Speculative Fiction
Teaching

Upcoming Workshop:

  • "Practicing Human-Animal Studies during the COVID-19 Pandemic"

Feb 09, 2021, 2-4pm

This workshop will be accessible five minutes before 14:00 through the following link:

https://uni-giessen.webex.com/meet/ipp20-21

More information and how to register

Projects

'Walk & Talk' Podcast Series (coming soon)

Guest Editor SubStance Special Issue "Ecocriticism & Narrative Form"

Other
abgelegt unter: Kohorte XVI, IPP