Prof. Dr. Mark U Stein
Chair of English, Postcolonial and Media Studies
PTTS: postcolonial, transnational, & transcultural studies
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
E-mail: Prof Mark U Stein
Office hours (Sprechstunde) during term break:
4.2. - 11:00-12:00
11.2. - 10:30-12:00
17.3. - 11:00-12:00
31.3. - 11:00-12:00
Please sign list on Frau Ms Annika Feldhof's office door (rm. 132)
Professor Mark U Stein has been Chair of English, Postcolonial and Media Studies at the University of Münster (WWU) since 2006. For information in German, click here.
He was Director of the Graduate School "Graduate School Practices of Literature" and a member of the Graduate School "Literary Theory as a Theory of Society", the DFG-research training group "Literary Form" and the "Graduate School of European Classics".
He was President of GNEL/ASNEL, the Association of New Literatures in English, from 2009 and 2013. He was Head of Department of the English Seminar from 2008 to 2010, is an elected deputy member of the University Senate (since 2008), elected member of the Commission for the University's Internationalisation (since 2008), and a member of the "Fachbereichsrat 09 Philologie" (since 2006).
He was editor of ASNEL Papers and has edited the book series "Münstersche Arbeiten zur Internationalen Literatur" with Moritz Baßler and Martina Wagner-Egelhaaf.
Mark U Stein read English Studies, American Studies and Political Sciences at the Universities of Frankfurt, Oxford Brookes and Warwick, holds an M.A. from the University of Warwick (1994) and a PhD from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt/M (2000). He has taught Anglophone literatures and cultures at Frankfurt, Bremen, and Saarbruecken Universities, was a visiting training fellow at the University of Kent at Canterbury, and a research fellow at the Postcolonial Studies graduate school (Graduiertenkolleg) of Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich.
Before joining WWU Münster, from 2002 to 2006, he was Junior Professor for Theories of non-European Literatures and Cultures at the University of Potsdam. Mark Stein has co-edited the first Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing with Susheila Nasta (CUP 2020): bit.do/CaHiBABW. More information about the project and its genesis can be found in this roundtable event at Oxford University with Prof Elleke Boehmer (Oxford), Dr. Gail Low (Dundee), Dr Henghameh Saroukhani (Saint Mary), and Dr Florian Stadtler (Exeter): Podcast: “Great Writers Inspire at Home”.
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