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  1. Identifizierung und Charakterisierung von Retrosequenzen der tumorrelevanten HMGA Gene im menschlichen Genom
    Erschienen: 2003

    Retrosequences of protein-coding genes are generated by retrotransposition, i.e. reverse transcription of the genes´ mRNAs followed by integration into the genome. More than 8.000 genomic cDNA copies from an estimated total of 20.000 have been... mehr

     

    Retrosequences of protein-coding genes are generated by retrotransposition, i.e. reverse transcription of the genes´ mRNAs followed by integration into the genome. More than 8.000 genomic cDNA copies from an estimated total of 20.000 have been identified so far in human. Their biological relevance depends on the function of their respective (retrotranscribed) gene, on their own transcriptional status (active: retrogene / inactive: retropseudogene), but also on their integration site. The high mobility group protein (HMG) gene family is regarded as one of the largest retrosequence families in human. This thesis represents the first detailed study of retrosequences of a complete HMG group, i.e. HMGA. HMGA proteins play an important role in cell differentiation and tumorigenesis making possible active retrosequences of their genes interesting subjects. During the study 7 retrosequences of HMGA1 located on different chromosomes could be identified and characterised in detail concerning their formation, integration, transcriptional status and their possible role in tumorigenesis. They were derived from 5 different mRNA splice variants from which 2 have not been cloned yet. Their retrotransposition appeared to have been catalysed by the L1 endonuclease/reverse transcriptase ("target primed reverse transcription"). In silico analyses revealed 3 transcriptionally active retrosequences in normal and pathogenic tissues. At least one of them represents a new exon of an unknown gene. Concerning a possile relevance of the retrosequences for tumor initiation and / or progression 2 hypotheses were tested by analyzing chromosomal aberrations in cases of several solid benign tumor entities. The first hypothesis implied an own tumor-inducing potential of the retrosequences as proto-oncogenes. Whereas the second one suggested a mutational influence on the tumor-related HMGA genes by homologous recombination as aberration partners. Statistical analyses supported both hypotheses.

     

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    Schlagworte: Retropseudogene; Retrogene; Retrotransposition; Integration; High Mobility Group Proteine; Genfamilie; Tumorgenese
  2. Turning Pages: An Annual Creative Writing Journal at Chemnitz University of Technology
    Erschienen: 2019
    Verlag:  Universitätsverlag Chemnitz

    TURNING PAGES is an annual magazine of bright voices from all over the world in creative and original writing in English in short fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry, as well as in play excerpts, drawings, art projects and many other related... mehr

     

    TURNING PAGES is an annual magazine of bright voices from all over the world in creative and original writing in English in short fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry, as well as in play excerpts, drawings, art projects and many other related genres by students, academics, and writers. It is a production of the Chair of English Literatures at the English Department at Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany, and the first journal of its kind at the university.

     

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    Schlagworte: Creative Writing; Original Writing; Poetry; Prose; Drama; Drawing; Image; Kreatives Schreiben; Lyrik; Prosa; Grafik; Zeichnung
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  3. Chaucer's English
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    Erschienen: 2005

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    Schlagworte: Klasse C; Chaucer's English
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  4. A Close and Distant Reading of Shakespearean Intertextuality - Appendix
    Erschienen: 2019

    This is a collection of all references found in a study of Shakespearean Intertextuality. I collected references to Shakespeare and his works in the complete works of 11 contemporary British writers. The corpus includes several hundred contemporary... mehr

     

    This is a collection of all references found in a study of Shakespearean Intertextuality. I collected references to Shakespeare and his works in the complete works of 11 contemporary British writers. The corpus includes several hundred contemporary British texts, most of which were novels. A few graphic novels, collections of short stories and autobriographies make up the rest of the texts. All references are given with their context, the original line they quote, the texts they pertain to and a score that counts the verbatim referencing words in the contemporary texts. The appendix contains further references not discussed in the study, a full list of all works examined and further metadata. ; Zur Publikation: Molz, Johannes: A Close and Distant Reading of Shakespearean Intertextuality: Towards a Mixed Method Approach for Literary Studies. München, Universitätsbibliothek Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, 2020. ISBN 3959251351, 9783959251358, 9783959251365. Online-Version: doi.org/10.5282/oph.4 unter Creative Commons Lizenz CC BY 4.0

     

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    Schlagworte: Fakultät für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften
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  5. Intermediality, Transmediality, and Graphic Narrative
    Erschienen: 2013
    Verlag:  De Gruyter

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  6. Intermedialität: Text/Bild-Verhältnisse
    Erschienen: 2014
    Verlag:  De Gruyter

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  7. United under One Banner? Medievalism and ‘National’ Memory in 21st-Century Switzerland and Britain
    Erschienen: 2016
    Verlag:  (:null)

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  8. Introduction: Transatlantic Literary Studies
    Autor*in: Straub, Julia
    Erschienen: 2016
    Verlag:  De Gruyter

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  9. Rewriting Histories and Geographies: Cosmopolitan Moments in Contemporary Indian Writing in English
    Erschienen: 2014
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    Other ; In order to grasp the imaginative geographical and historical scope of contemporary Indian writing in English, this thesis claims that it is necessary to think about literature beyond the paradigms of national, postcolonial or even... mehr

     

    Other ; In order to grasp the imaginative geographical and historical scope of contemporary Indian writing in English, this thesis claims that it is necessary to think about literature beyond the paradigms of national, postcolonial or even transnational diasporic literatures. It is asserted that cosmopolitanism, which is here understood to be a concept that encompasses the negotiation of the ethics and practice of migration, community, responsibility, difference and sameness, offers the possibility of thinking critically about migration and globalization in the context of the literary texts at the centre of this thesis: Amitav Ghosh’s Sea of Poppies (2008) and River of Smoke (2011), Salman Rushdie’s The Enchantress of Florence (2007) and M.G. Vassanji’s The Assassin’s Song (2007). Literary criticism has acknowledged the relevance of cosmopolitan thought in contemporary literatures of a global, transnational literary imaginary. Yet the literature concerned with cosmopolitanism has, with a few exceptions, mainly used it as a descriptive rather than as an interpretative term, focusing on the politics of these fictional texts rather than on their aesthetics or in this case, to be more precise, their literary features. In this thesis, the interest is to examine the ethics, practice and aesthetics of cosmopolitan moments in which histories and geographies are rewritten and reimagined, i.e. the propensity of these four novels to remap, rethink and reimagine these narratives of time and space according to an understanding that moves away from postcolonial dichotomies towards a more global view of events that still takes into account existing power relations.

     

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  10. Religious alterity and violence in contemporary anglophone novels by Indian and Pakistani writers
    Erschienen: 2013
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    Other ; Processes of hostile Othering on the basis of religious alterity and escalations of communal violence are represented in many contemporary novels by Indian and Pakistani writers. This thesis analyses the ways in which four selected Anglophone... mehr

     

    Other ; Processes of hostile Othering on the basis of religious alterity and escalations of communal violence are represented in many contemporary novels by Indian and Pakistani writers. This thesis analyses the ways in which four selected Anglophone contemporary novels by Indian and Pakistani writers refer to, represent and discuss historical and contemporary events that have repeatedly been categorized as examples of ‘religious violence,’ i.e. violent conflicts where the religious identities of both perpetrators and victims were the major reason or pretense for their involvement in those conflicts. The four novels analyzed in this thesis and the events they refer to are Bapsi Sidhwa’s Cracking India (1991) about Partition 1947, Shashi Tharoor’s Riot (2001) about the riots accompanying the Ram Janmabhumi campaign in the early 1990s, Raj Kamal Jha’s Fireproof (2006) about the anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat 2002, and Salman Rushdie’s Shalimar the Clown (2005) about the Kashmir conflict. Embedded as they are in the ‘real,’ empirical world, these novels engage with and respond to what they are surrounded by — a world abounding with violence and violent conflicts which seem to be directly related to religion in one way or another. Drawing on the debates about the question of religion’s relation to violence in different fields and conscientiously factoring in the specific historical contexts that the novels refer to and were written in, this study aims at identifying the ways in which the four selected examples of literary fiction represent, respond to and discuss historical instances of religious violence and how they negotiate the relation between religion and the violence they describe. This thesis’ overarching question is how these novels, representing those violent events on a fictional level, position themselves regarding the relation between religion, religious alterity, hostile Othering and violence. The approach to answering my principal question importantly involves looking at the ways in which these fictional texts refer to and include contemporary public discourses on the topic of religion’s relation to violence in India. In this respect, I am especially interested in literary representations and negotiations of the complex dynamics of marginalization, repression or silencing of memories of traumatizing events in dominant discourses in the public domain. My central hypothesis is that by way of narrating specific instances of religiously connoted violence, the novels scrutinize and highlight processes of hostile Othering on the basis of religious alterity and thereby bring to the fore its consequences both for the individuals directly involved and society as a whole. I contend that these novels deplore the status of religious alterity as singular category of perceiving the socio-cultural ‘Other’ and, by virtue of providing a multifaceted, complex image of India’s and Pakistan’s inhabitants, argue for a conceptual pluralization of identities and illustrate the advantages of perceiving others not as same but instead as diversely different.

     

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  11. 1 minute autohypnosis #37
    Erschienen: 2017
    Verlag:  edition taberna kritika

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  12. Hemingway's venetian muse Adriana Ivancich
    Erschienen: 2012
    Verlag:  Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Humboldt-Universität, Leitung und Verwaltung

    Abstract ; The essay centers on the relationship between Ernest Hemingway and Adriana Ivancich. When the writer met the then eighteen year old girl in Venice in 1948 he was nearly 50 years old, depressed and in a creative crisis. Since 1940 he had... mehr

     

    Abstract ; The essay centers on the relationship between Ernest Hemingway and Adriana Ivancich. When the writer met the then eighteen year old girl in Venice in 1948 he was nearly 50 years old, depressed and in a creative crisis. Since 1940 he had not published anything serious. The platonic love story renewed his spirits. He overcame his writers block. The relationsship inspired the novel "Across the River and into the Trees" and to a lesser degree "The Old Man and the Sea". For five years the affair dominated Hemingway's emotional life, culminating in Adriana's several months long stay on his finca in Cuba. The essay follows the influence Adriana had on his writings and his personal life. Both Ernest and Adriana were left with a lasting mark. Adriana could never free herself of the father figure that overshadowed her life. Both the author and his muse ended in suicide.

     

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    Schlagworte: Ernest Hemingway; Adriana Ivancich; Across the River and into the Trees; The Old Man and the Sea; Venice; Cuba
  13. Journal of Literary Theory
    Autor*in: (:null)
    Erschienen: 2017
    Verlag:  de Gruyter

  14. A Medieval Drama
    Autor*in: (:null)
    Erschienen: 2010
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    Other ; Performance of three Medieval Christmas plays and guided tour mehr

     

    Other ; Performance of three Medieval Christmas plays and guided tour

     

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  15. Nicholas Perkins (ed.). Medieval Romance and Material Culture
    Erschienen: 2017
    Verlag:  De Gruyter

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  16. Celebrating Afropolitan Identities? Contemporary African World Literatures in English
    Erschienen: 2017
    Verlag:  De Gruyter

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  17. Anglophone World Literatures: Introduction
    Erschienen: 2017
    Verlag:  De Gruyter

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  18. Review of The Palgrave Handbook of Comparative North American Literature. By Reingard Nischik.
    Autor*in: Straub, Julia
    Erschienen: 2017
    Verlag:  De Gruyter

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  19. Harry und Holmes.
    Erschienen: 2017
    Verlag:  Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

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    Schlagworte: altenglische Literatur
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  20. »I cannot endure to read a line of poetry«. The Text and the Empirical in Literary Studies
    Erschienen: 2009
    Verlag:  Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG

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  21. ‘So let's talk. Let's chat. Let's start a dialog’: An analysis of the conversation metaphor employed in Clinton's and Obama's YouTube campaign clips
    Erschienen: 2008
    Verlag:  Walter de Gruyter

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  22. Using folk songs as a source for dialect change? The pervasive effects of attitudes
    Erschienen: 2010
    Verlag:  Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG

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  23. ‘Cooking lunch, that’s Swiss’: Constructing hybrid identities based on socio-cultural practices
    Erschienen: 2013
    Verlag:  Walter de Gruyter

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  24. Re-reading and rehabilitating Basil Bernstein
    Erschienen: 2009
    Verlag:  Walter de Gruyter

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  25. Instruction + Innovation = Inspiration. A Personal Report on "Commodifying (Post-)colonialism"
    Erschienen: 2008
    Verlag:  Inst. für England- und Amerikastudien

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