Felipe Espinoza Garrido
Felipe Espinoza Garrido

Professur für English Studies: New English Literatures and Media Studies (Prof. Stein)

Johannisstraße 12-20, Room 309
48143 Münster


Phone: +49 251 83-24650

espinoza.garrido@wwu.de

Consultation hours: Mondays 10-11am

and by appointment
  • Research Areas

    • PhD Project: "Formations of Post-Thatcherism: British Cinema since 2000"
    • Film and media studies, Transmediality
    • British cinema
    • Genre theory
    • Contemporary British Literature
  • CV

    Education

    since
    PhD project: "Formations of Post-Thatcherism: British Cinema since 1990" at Graduate School "Practices of Literature", WWU
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    Magister Artium Political Science, English Literature, and Modern History at WWU
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    Politics at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

    Positions

    since
    Lecturer, English Department, Chair of English, Postcolonial and Media Studies, WWU
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    Lecturer, Institute of English and American Studies, Chair British Cultural Studies, TU Dortmund
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    Lecturer, English Department, Chair of English, Postcolonial and Media Studies, WWU
  • Teaching

  • Publication

    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe. . ‘Thatcherism as Trauma in Neil Marshall's 'Doomsday'.’ Journal of European Popular Culture tbc. [Accepted]
  • Talks

    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "Sherlock Holmes, the Perennial Antihero". Bushido, Claire Underwood, Walter White – Fascinating Antiheroes / Bushido, Claire Underwood, Walter White – Faszination Antiheld_in, Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation, Würzburg, .
    • Wacker, Julian; Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "Beyond 'Belle'? The Absent Black Female in Neo-Victorian Film and TV". Afroeuropeans: Black Cultures and Identities in Europe; Sixth Biennial Network Conference, University of Tampere, .
    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "Neoliberal Horror? The Politics of the British Zombie Movie". Kingdoms of Injustice: Constructing 'Otherness' in Popular Culture / Königreiche der Ungleichheit: Die Konstruktion von Andersartigkeit in der Popkultur, Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation, Würzburg, .
    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "Berlin and Beyond: Spatial Configurations of German Identity in Dominik Graf’s 'Im Angesicht des Verbrechens'". Guest Lecture, Vassar College, German Department, .
    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "A Post-Thatcherist Trauma: History, Amnesia, and Cannibalism in Neil Marshall’s 'Doomsday'". EUPOP 2015. 4th international conference of the European Popular Culture Association (EPCA), Humboldt University of Berlin, .
    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "A History of Crime, Migration, and German Identity: Domink Graf ’s 'Im Angesicht des Verbrechens'". Culture in a Global Context, University of Oxford, UK, .
    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "A History of Crime, Migration, and German Identity: Domink Graf ’s 'Im Angesicht des Verbrechens'". Postgraduate Summer School ‘Culture in a Global Context’, Universit of Oxford, .
    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "Post-Thatcherism and British Cinema". European Britain: Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of British Cultures (Britcult), Leibniz University Hannover, .
    • Espinoza Garrido, Felipe (): "Arthouse-Aesthetics and Social Realism: Margaret Thatcher‘s Artificial History in 'This Is England'". Radical Traditions/Traditions of Radicalism, University of Manchester, .