PD Dr. Franziska Quabeck

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Teilprojekt C02 "Literatur als 'Equity' in der britischen Literaturgeschichte"

SFB 1385 "Recht und Literatur"
Domplatz 6
Raum 226
Tel.: +49 251 83-24951
fquabeck@uni-muenster.de

  • Forschungsschwerpunkte

    • Shakespeare and Elizabethan Drama
    • Kazuo Ishiguro
    • Charles Dickens and 19th-Century British Literature
    • Comedy and Humour Theory
    • Law and Literature
    • Narrative Theory
    • Theories of Authenticity
    • Just War Theory in Literature
  • Vita

    seit/since 08.​2019: Research Fellow SFB/CRC 1385
    04.​2019-07.​2019: Acting Professor for English and Anglophone Literatues at the University of Vienna
    10.​2018-03.​2019: Acting Professor for British Studies at the University of Münster
    10.​2015-03.​2019: Research Assistant
    10.​2016-03.​2017: Acting Professor for British Studies at the University of Münster
    04.​2012-09.​2015: Lecturer
    03.​2008-03.​2012: Research Assistant (British Studies)
    06.​2012-02.​2017: Habilitation "Alterity, Authenticity and Anerkennung in Unauthentic Narration"
    10.​2007-05.​2012: Dissertation "Just and Unjust Wars in Shakespeare"
    01.​2001-09.​2007: Magister Philosophy and English Studies at University of Münster and University of Exeter, Devon

  • Paper

    1. Dickens and the Camp Aesthetic. Anglistentag 2019, Leipzig, 23/09/2019.
    2. Told and Not Told - Kazuo Ishiguro's *Never Let Me Go*. Gastvortrag an der Ruhr-Universität, Bochum, 03/07/2019.
    3. Dickens' Dirty Children. Anglistentag 2018, Bonn, 24/09/2018.
    4. 'The Silent Witness to Unauthentic Narration'. Complicity and the Politics of Representation, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 18/06/2017.
    5. Just War Theory in Shakespeare. 43rd Annual Meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America, Vancouver, Canada, 03/04/2015.
    6. 'A perfectly innocuous survey' - The Individual as Historical Agent in Brian Friel's *The Home Place*. Theatre and History: Cultural Transformations. Annual Conference of the German Society for Contemporary Drama in English, Hamburg, Germany, 21/06/2014.
    7. 'That's more than we know': The Principle of Responsibility and the Common Soldier in William Shakespeare's Plays. Moralities of Warfare. The Combatants' View, Vienna, Austria, 20/05/2014.
    8. Cultural Rights and the Politics of Recognition. Vigoni Talks on Diaspora, Law and Literature, Villa Vigoni, Milan, Italy, 07/05/2013.
    9. Shakespeare in Law-and-Literature Studies. Can Literature Learn from the Law? - Round Table Discussion with Richard Weisberg, Münster, Germany, 20/05/2012.
    10. Just War Theory in Gregory Burke's *The Straits* and *Black Watch*. Ethical Debates in Contemporary Theatre and Drama - Annual Conference of the German Society for Contemporary Drama in English, Mainz, Germany, 03/06/2011.
    11. Kazuo Ishiguro's Fictionalisation of Trauma as Pretext. Contemporary British Fiction: Narrating Trauma, Violence and Loss. International Conference in Association with the UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies, Mainz, Germany, 17/09/2010.
    12. Shooting Up and Coming Home - Heroin as a Substitute for Home in Irvine Welsh's *Trainspotting* and *Porno*. Constructions of Home. Interdisciplinary Studies in Architecture, Law and Literature, Münster, Germany, 18/11/2008.
  • Publications

    1. 2021. The Lawyer in Dickens. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.
    2. 2021. Symbolism 2021: Special Focus: Law and Literature. Ed. by Franziska Quabeck et al. Berlin: de Gruyter (in press).
    3. 2021. "In Defense of Mr Micawber – Symbolic Equity in Dickens." In: Quabeck et al. (eds.): Symbolism 21: Special Focus: Law and Literature. Berlin: de Gruyter (in press).
    4. 2021. "Symbolism, Law and Literature – Introduction."In: Quabeck et al. (eds.): Symbolism 21: Special Focus Law and Literature. Berlin: de Gruyter (in press).
    5. 2020. "Dickens and the Comedy of Camp." Anglistik 31.2. [Angenommen/Accepted]
    6. 2019. "Just War Theory and Shakespeare." In: The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and War, edited by Loewenstein, David and Paul Stevens. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [im Druck/in press]
    7. 2018. "Shakespeare's Unjust Wars." Critical Survey 30.1: 67-80.
    8. 2018. "'That's more than we know' - The Principle of Responsibility and the Common Soldier in Shakespeare's Plays." Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society 7: 38-52.
    9. 2018. "'A Kind of Shadow' - Mirror Images and Alter Egos in Zadie Smith's *Swing Time*." ZAA 66.4: 461-477.
    10.  2018. "Dirt and Dickens's Symbolic Realism in *Bleak House*." Symbolism 18: 181-196.
    11. 2016. "Cultural Rights and the Politics of Recognition in Kazuo Ishiguro's *Never Let Me Go*." In Diaspora, Law and Literature, edited by Carpi Daniela, Stierstorfer Klaus. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter. 205-222.
    12. 2014. "Oddity Magnified - In Search of Identity in Kazuo Ishiguro's *When We Were Orphans*." Symbolism 14: 149-162.
    13. 2014. Shakespeare on Stage and Screen: *Macbeth* in Excerpts - Teachers' Book. Edited with Rainer Gocke. Paderborn: Schöningh-Schulbuch.
    14. 2014. Shakespeare on Stage and Screen: *Hamlet* in Excerpts. Teachers' Book. Edited with Rainer Gocke. Paderborn: Schöningh-Schulbuch.
    15. 2013. Just and Unjust Wars in Shakespeare. 1st Ed. Berlin: de Gruyter.
    16. 2013. John Locke's Concept of Natural Law from the *Essays on the Law of Nature* to the *Second Treatise of Government*. Münster: LIT.
    17. 2012. "Just War Theory in Gregory Burke’s The Straits and Black Watch." In Annual Proceedings of the German Society for Contemporary Drama in English, edited by Berninger Mark, Reitz Bernhard. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier.
    18. 2012. Discover...William Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice. Teachers' Book. Paderborn: Schöningh-Schulbuch (with Rainer Gocke).
    19. 2012. Discover... William Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice. Paderborn: Schöningh-Schulbuch (with Rainer Gocke).
    20. 2011. "Rezension zu: The Cambridge Companion to War Writing." Symbolism 11: 279-282.
    21. 2010. Discover ... William Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing. Paderborn: Schöningh-Schulbuch (with Rainer Gocke).
    22.  2010. "Queen Elizabeth I." In Much Ado About Nothing, edited by Gocke Rainer and Franziska Quabeck. Paderborn: Schöningh-Schulbuch. 103-105.
    23. 2010. "Shooting Up and Coming Home – Heroin as a Substitute for Home in Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting and Porno." Contributed to the Constructions of Home. Interdisciplinary Studies in Architecture, Law and Literature, Münster.
    24.  2010. Discover … William Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing. Teachers’ Book. Paderborn: Schöningh-Schulbuch (with Rainer Gocke).