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Dr. Jenny Sager

Lecturer (Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben)

Büro: Meister-Ekkehart-Str.11, 4. Stock, Raum 4.04: Lageplan

Telefon: 0221/470-3757

Email: jenny.sager(at)uni-koeln.de

Sprechstunde:

Ausgewählte Publikationen:

  • Sager, Jenny. 2013. The Aesthetics of Spectacle in Early Modern Drama and Modern Cinema: Robert Greene's Theatre of Attractions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Sager, Jenny. 2014. "Not Shakespeare: Early Modern Drama and Film".  In Shakespeare Bulletin: Not Shakespeare: Early Modern Drama and Film  32 (1), 1-10. Basingstoke: John Hopkins University Press. Link
  • Sager, Jenny. 2018 forthcoming. "British-European Political Culture and Academic Exchange in Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay (1589) and John of Bordeaux (1590-1594)". Shakespeare Seminar: Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft.

Forschungsschwerpunkte:

  • Early modern drama
  • Shakespeare
  • Performance studies



Curriculum Vitae

  • 2015-heute: Lecturer am Institut für Medienkultur und Theater der Universität zu Köln.
  • 2014-2015: Study Abroad Co-Ordinator an der University of Nottingham (UK).
  • 2013-2015: Teaching Associate in Early Modern Literature and Drama an der University of Nottingham (UK).
  • 2013-2014: Peer Mentoring Co-Ordinator an der University of Nottingham (UK).
  • 2012-2013: Lectureship an der Bath Spa University.
  • 2011-2012: Non-Stipendiary Lectureships am St. Hilda's College, St. Peter's College, University College and St. Anne's College der University of Oxford.
  • 2008-2012: Promotion im Fach "English" an der University of Oxford (UK). Titel der Dissertation: "The Aesthetics of Spectacle in the Plays of Robert Greene".
  • 2007-2008: M.St.-Studium im Fach English (1550-1780) an der University of Oxford (UK).
  • 2003-2007: Undergraduate MA-Studium im Fach English an der University of St. Andrews (UK).

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Forschung

Forschungsthemen

  • Shakespeare
  • Early Modern Literature
  • Shakespearean performance history
  • English language
  • English Literature
  • Film Theory

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Publikationen & Vorträge

Monographien

  • Sager, Jenny. 2013. The Aesthetics of Spectacle in Early Modern Drama and Modern Cinema: Robert Greene's Theatre of Attractions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Aufsätze

  • Sager, Jenny. 2015. "Noble being Base: Heads, Coins and Rebellion in The Famous History of Sir Thomas Wyatt." Accepted for printing in: Early Modern Literary Studies.
  • Sager, Jenny. 2014. "Not Shakespeare: Early Modern Drama and Film".  In Shakespeare Bulletin: Not Shakespeare: Early Modern Drama and Film  32 (1), 1-10. Basingstoke: John Hopkins University Press. URL: https://muse.jhu.edu/article/541796
  • Sager, Jenny. 2012. "The Whale, The Hell Mouth and The Aesthetics of Wonder in Thomas Lodge and Robert Greene's A Looking Glass for London and England (c. 1589)." In Postgraduate English 23. University of Durham. URL: http://community.dur.ac.uk/postgraduate.english/ojs/index.php/pgenglish/article/view/94
  • Sager, Jenny. 2011. "Robert Greene's lost play Job (c. 1587)." In Lost Plays Database. University of Melbourne.

Reviews

  • Sager, Jenny. 2012. “Review: Anthony Ellis, Old Age, Masculinity, and Early Modern Drama.” In Notes and Queries 59.1: 127-29.
  • Sager, Jenny. 2012. “Review: Melnikoff, ed., Robert Greene”. In Early Modern Studies 16.1: 12.

Vorträge

  • 2015 University of Cologne, Germany
  • 2014 Folger Shakespeare Institute, Washington DC
  • 2014 Romance Transformations Conference at Chawton House Library
  • 2014 The Oxford-Globe Forum at Shakespeare's Globe, London
  • 2012 Transforming Early Modern Identities Conference
  • 2012 Medieval English Theatre, Magdalen College, University of Oxford
  • 2011 The Reading Conference in Early Modern Studies
  • 2010 Society for Renaissance Studies Conference at the University of York

Tageskonzeption

  • Not Shakespeare: Early Modern Drama and Film Conference, Hertford College, University of Oxford, 2013

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Lehre

  • 2013-2015: Teaching Associate in Early Modern Literature and Drama University of Nottingham Nominated for University Staff Oscar - Teaching AwardConvening and teaching on undergraduate first, second and third year modules in Literature and Drama. Convening and teaching Master modules in the areas of literature and drama and supervision of on-site dissertations.
  • 2012-2013: Lectureship at Bath Spa UniversityTeaching Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama for first, second and third year students. 
  • 2011-2012: Non-Stipendiary Lectureships at St. Hilda's College, St. Peter's College, University College and St. Anne's College University of Oxford Teaching Shakespeare and English Literature (1642-1740) and supervising special topic dissertations on early modern drama.

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