Dr. Kirsten Juhas

Englisches Seminar
Lecturer
Chair of British Studies
Room ES 251
Johannisstr. 12-20
48143 Münster
juhas@wwu.de
Consultation hours: Wed 9:30-10:30 (please register in advance via e-mail)
  • Research Interests

    • Jonathan Swift and Eighteenth-Century English Literature and Culture
    • Satire
    • Women's Writing
    • Metafiction
    • Digital Humanities
  • Projects

    • Online.Swift: An Old-Spelling Critical Online Edition of the Prose Works of Jonathan Swift (2008-2020)
    • Third-party funding: DFG - Project Number: 82391515
  • CV

    • since 6/2020 Lecturer, WWU Münster
    • since 2015 Co-Editor of Swift Studies
    • 12/2008-5/2020 Research Associate for the Online.Swift Project, WWU Münster
    • 1/2008 PhD in English Literature, WWU Münster

  • Publications

    MONOGRAPH
    Juhas, Kirsten.“I'le to My Self, and to My Muse Be True”: Strategies of Self-Authorization in Eighteenth-Century Women Poetry (Frankfurt on Main: Peter Lang, 2008).

    EDITED BOOKS
    Reading Swift: Papers from The Seventh Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift, eds. Janika Bischof, Kirsten Juhas, and Hermann J. Real (Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink, 2019).

    “The first wit of the age”: Essays on Swift and his Contemporaries in Honour of Hermann J. Real, eds. Kirsten Juhas, Mascha Hansen, and Patrick Müller (Frankfurt on Main: Peter Lang, 213).

    Reading Swift: Papers from The Sixth Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift, eds. Kirsten Juhas, Hermann J. Real, and Sandra Simon (Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2013).

    Juhas, Kirsten and Michael Bähr. EinFach Englisch Unterrichtsmodell: Don DeLillo, “Falling Man” (Paderborn: Schöningh, 2011; 2nd ed. 2013).

    EDITED JOURNAL
    Swift Studies: The Annual of the Ehrenpreis Centre, 24 (2009) – (with Hermann J. Real, et al.).

    DIGITAL EDITIONS
    Online.Swift, eds. Hermann J. Real and Kirsten Juhas, with the assistance of Janika Bischof, Dirk F. Passmann, Eva Schaten, and Sandra Simon, in association with Sabine Baltes-Ellermann (Ehrenpreis Centre for Swift Studies, Münster, <https://www.online-swift.de>).

    Additions to A Tale of a Tub, eds. Kirsten Juhas and Hermann Josef Real, et al. (<http://www.online-swift.de/additionstale.html>).

    An Answer to a Scurrilous Pamphlet, ed. Kirsten Juhas, et al. (<http://www.online-swift.de/scurrilous_pamphlet.html>).

    A Meditation upon a Broomstick, ed. Kirsten Juhas, et al. (<http://www.online-swift.de/fragment_on_monarchy.html>).

    "Preface to Temple’s Letters," eds. Kirsten Juhas and Hermann J. Real, et al. (<http://www.online-swift.de/preface_letters_1700.html>).

    ARTICLES and BOOK CHAPTERS
    Juhas, Kirsten and Hermann J. Real. “The Dean and the Father: or, Rationis Capax, once more.” The Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, 35, no 2 (2021) (accepted for publication).

    Juhas, Kirsten and Mascha Hansen. “Speaking with/of the Dead: Hester Thrale Piozzi and Swift,” Reading Swift: Papers from The Sixth Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift, eds. Janika Bischof, Kirsten Juhas, and Hermann J. Real (Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2019), pp. 527-51.

    Juhas, Kirsten and Hermann J. Real. “Never-Sleeping Goddesses, Pocky Queens, and Degenerating Flowers: Swift’s The Lady’s Dressing Room, ll. 119-144,” Swift Studies, 32 (2017), 101-16.

    Juhas, Kirsten. “Of Fribblers and Fumblers: Fashioning Male Impotence in the Long Eighteenth Century.” Disease and Death in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture: Fashioning the Unfashionable, eds Allan Ingram and Leigh Wetherall Dickson (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), pp. 101-24.

    Juhas, Kirsten. “’A Dialogue between the Two Horses’ – A Seventeenth-Century Verse Satire and its Contexts.” “… that I wished myself a horse”: The Horse as Representative of Cultural Change in Systems of Thought, ed. Sonja Fielitz (Heidelberg: Winter, 2015), pp. 83-98.

    Juhas, Kirsten and Hermann J. Real. “The Falsity of that Definition animal rationale”: Philosophical Foundations of Swift’s ‘Misanthropy.’” The Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, 29, no 1 (2015), 16-30.

    Juhas, Kirsten. “Our mutual wit and poetry: Prior’s and Swift’s Daphne,” “The first wit of the age”: Essays on Swift and his Contemporaries in Honour of Hermann J. Real, eds. Kirsten Juhas, Mascha Hansen, and Patrick Müller (Frankfurt on Main: Peter Lang, 2013), pp. 223-38.

    Juhas, Kirsten. “Death Frightened to Death: Swift’s Transformation of the Death-and-the-Maiden Motif,” Reading Swift: Papers from The Sixth Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift, eds. Kirsten Juhas, Hermann J. Real, and Sandra Simon (Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2013), pp. 433-58.

    Juhas, Kirsten. “‘A Tale of a (Book-)Barrel’: Another Meaning of the Tale’s Title.” The Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, 25, nos 1-2 (2011), 11-19.

    Juhas, Kirsten. “Du Cros, Leibniz, and An Answer to a Scurrilous Pamphlet: New Light on Sir William Temple’s French Adversary.” Swift Studies, 25 (2010), 7-55.

    Juhas, Kirsten. “Viewing ‘the Diamond ’midst the Dunghill Shine’: Anna Young Smith’s Poetic Response upon Reading Swift’s Poems.” Swift Studies, 23 (2008), 147-55.

  • Teaching