Dr. Evi Heinz
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Dr. Evi Heinz

Englisches Seminar / Book Studies
ES 121, Johannisstr. 12-20, 48143 Münster
Phone: +49 251 83-25630
Email: eheinz@uni-muenster.de


Office Hours

Summer Term 2023

Thursday, 3-4pm

Lecture-free period

3 August, 3-4pm
24 August, 3-4pm
31 August, 3-4pm

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  • Research Interests

    • Modernism and the historical avant-garde
    • Twentieth-century periodical print culture
    • Modernist book and publishing history
    • Translation and networks of cultural dissemination


  • Teaching

    BA seminars:

    Theories of Critical Reading: From Text to Paratext

    Modernist "Little" Magazines in Britain, North America and Europe

    The Hogarth Press: From Modernism to Mass Market

    Introduction to Anglophone Print Cultures

    MA/MEd seminars:

    James Joyce's Ulysses: The Making of a Modern Classic

    Anglophone Print Cultures: Power and Protest

  • CV

    Since 09/2020 Research Associate in Book Studies, English Department, University of Münster

    PhD English and Humanities, Birkbeck, University of London

    Thesis title: 'John Rodker (1894-1955) and Modernist Material Culture: Theatre, Translation, Publishing'

    06/2012 MSt Modern Languages, St. Anne's College, University of Oxford
    07/2011 BA English Literature, Queens' College, University of Cambridge
  • Current Project

    London's Modernist Small Presses and the Literary Marketplace
    This research project examines the creative and economic microcosm of the modernist small press in London during the years 1915-1925.

    Supported in part by a Major Grant (Barry Bloomfield Award) from the London Bibliographical Society and a Sassoon Fellowship at the Bodleain Libraries, University of Oxford. 

  • Publications

    Edited anthology

    Whitechapel Moderns: An Anthology of Modernist Culture in London’s Jewish East End (co-edited with Rebecca Beasley and Alexander Grafen), under contract with Edinburgh University Press for publication in 2024

    Book chapters

    ‘”Wer Englisch Liest Kauft Tauchnitz”: Reading Virginia Woolf in the Tauchnitz Edition’, English Literature in Your Pocket: The Tauchnitz Edition and Related Paperback Series, ed. by Dietmar Böhnke et al, forthcoming with Palgrave in 2023

    ‘Modernist Publishers’ Archives’ (co-authored with Gareth Mills), Bloomsbury Handbook of Modernism in the Archive, forthcoming with Bloomsbury in 2023

    Journal article

    'John Rodker on Theatre: Rethinking the Modernist Stage from London's Jewish East End', Open Library of Humanities, 6.1 (2020), p.3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/olh.455

    Other publications

    ‘John Rodker’, Encyclopedia of London’s East End, ed. by Kevin A. Morrison (McFarland, 2023)

    'John Rodker', Modernist Archives Publishing Project (2019),

    'The Ovid Press', Modernist Archives Publishing Project (2019),

    'The Casanova Society', Modernist Archives Publishing Project (2019),


    'Review: Lise Jaillant (ed.), Publishing Modernist Fiction and Poetry', SHARP News, 31 August 2021. Link.