Johannes Ueberfeldt

Research assistant and Doctoral Candidate in Subproject A04 "Anthropology of Crime. Concerning the Interference of Poetics, Moral- and Legal Discourse in the Work of Jodocus Donatus Hubertus Temmes"

CRC 1385 "Law and Literature"
Domplatz 6
Room 206
Phone: +49 251 83-28311
ueberfeldt@uni-muenster.de

  • Research areas

    • 19th-Century Literature
    • Detective/Crime Fiction
    • Literature-, Media- and Culture-Semiotics
    • Film Theory
    • Comic Theory
  • Vita

    since 2020: Research Fellow at CRC 1385
    2019: Student Tutor "Introduction to Film Analysis" at the Institute for German Studies at the University of Münster
    2017-2019: Student Assistant, Chair of Prof. Dr. Andreas Blödorn
    2016-2019: Study of "Poetics of Culture: Literature and Media" at the Institute of German Language and Literature, University of Münster
    2013-2014: Student Tutor in Linguistics at the Institute of German Language and Literature, University of Münster
    2011-2016: Teacher Training Programme in "Philosophy, German Studies and Educational Science", University of Münster

  • Papers presented

    1. "'Ganz harmlos – bis es explodiert'. Beschleunigung, Brückenbau und eine Bombe in David Leans The Bridge on the River Kwai" (Münster, 07. – 08.06.2018).
    2. "Cinema of Inaction: Narrative, Ästhetik und Zeitkonzepte des kontemplativen Kinos" (Münster, 23.11.2017).
    3. "Echtzeitästhetik im Slow Cinema" (Münster, 22. – 23.06.2017).
  • Publications

    1. "Exploitation-Kino" (=Paradigma. Studienbeiträge zu Literatur und Film 3). Online Publication: Institute of German Language and Literature, University of Münster (with Prof. Dr. Andreas Blödorn; forthcoming ).
    2. "Slow Cinema – Echtzeitästhetik des kontemplativen Kinos." In: Brössel, Stephan, Susanne Kaul (Eds.): Echtzeit im Film. Konzepte – Wirkungen – Kontexte. Paderborn: Fink (forthcoming).
    3. "'Ganz harmlos – bis es explodiert'. Beschleunigung, Brückenbau und eine Bombe in David Leans The Bridge on the River Kwai." In: Stephan, Jasper (Ed.): Sprengstoff. Motive und Verfahren in Literatur und Medien. Königshausen & Neumann 2019.
    4. "How innocent is Innocent Realism?" In: Göhner, Julia F, Eva Maria Jung, u.a. (Eds.): Susan Haack: Reintegrating Philosophy. Springer 2016.