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

Winter Term 2022/23

Thursday, 3-4pm

Semester break

9 February 2023, 3-4pm
16 February 2023, 3-4pm
23 February 2023, 3-4pm

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  • Research Interests

    • Twentieth-century print culture
    • Modernism and the avant-garde
    • Periodical studies
    • Small press publishing
    • Translation and networks of cultural dissemination


  • Teaching

    BA seminars:

    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 monograph project examines the creative and economic microcosm of the modernist small press in London during the years 1915-1925.

    Supported by a Major Grant (Barry Bloomfield Award) from the Bibliographical Society

  • Publications

    Edited volumes

    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 

    Book chapters

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

    Journal articles

    '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

    Digital essays

    'Biography of 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.