Dr. phil. Dieter Fuchs, M.A.
 

Ass.-Prof. Anglophone Literatures and Cultural Studies, University of Vienna
Vienna Centre for Irish Studies

List of Publications & Work in Progress


Online Collection of Some of My Publications: here

Monographs:

  1. Joyce und Menippos. 'A Portrait of the Artist as an Old Dog'. ZAA Monograph Series 2 (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2006).

    [Reviews: Andreas Mahler, Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 32.2 (2007), 354-6. Thomas Gurke, Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie 126.3 (2008), 563-7. Geert Lernout, James Joyce Quarterly 45.2. (2008), 369-72. Roy Gottfried, International Journal of the Classical Tradition 16.1. (2009), 149-52.]
    [Abstract in English: “Joyce und Menippos” in Paul Georg Meyer (ed.), English and American Studies in German 2006. Summaries of Theses and Monographs. A Supplement to Anglia (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2007), 52-4.]

  2. Elizabethan Revenge Drama – Cultural Representations, Signifying Practices and the Rise of Reformation Discourse. (Habilitation Thesis, forthcoming).

 

 

Books (Co-)Edited:

  1. Academic Fiction Revisited - Selected Essays. Eds. Dieter Fuchs & Wojciech Klepuszewski (Koszalin: Politechnika Koszalinska UP, 2014).

  2. Anglo-German Theatrical Exchange - “A sea-change into something rich and strange?” Eds. Rudolf Weiss, Ludwig Schnauder & Dieter Fuchs (Amsterdam: Rodopi / Brill: Leiden /Boston, 2015).

  3. Small World: Campus Fiction – Regional or Global? Eds. Dieter Fuchs & Wojciech Klepuszewski (submitted).

  4. 3 Henry VI. Ed. Dieter Fuchs. Englisch-deutsche Studienausgabe der Dramen Shakespeares. Unter dem Patronat der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft. (Stauffenburg: Tübingen, Work in Progress).

 

 

Articles / Book Chapters:

  1. “Meta-Morphosen der Autorschaft - Zur semiotischen Dynamik von Körper, Schrift und väterlicher auctoritas in William Shakespeares Titus Andronicus”, Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 139 (2003), 84-100.

  2. “Hamlet und die 'Poetik des Übergangs' – Showing und Telling in der frühneuzeitlichen Rachetragödie”, Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online (Shakespeare Seminar Online) 3 (2005), 24-9 [e-journal of the German Shakespeare Society].

  3. “Mythopoetisches Erzählen in Shakespeares Sonetten 153/4”, Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 142 (2006), 95-104.

  4. “Rereading James Joyce's The Sisters. A Bakhtinian Approach”, Anglia 124/3 (2006), 474-83.

  5. “Roland Emmerich's Independence Day: Presidential Mythology, Cultural (Mis-)Representation and Actual Politics in the Wake of 9/11”, Cultural Studies Now - Conference Journal: Centre for Cultural Studies Research, University of East London [CCSR / UEL], (2007).

  6. “Frühneuzeitliches England”, in Alfred Noe (ed.), Renaissance: Geschichte der Buchkultur Vol. 6. (Graz: ADEVA, 2008), 405-44.

  7. “Diogenes the Cynic, Alexander the Great, and Menippean Satire in Gulliver's Travels”, Antike & Abendland, 54 (2008), 65-76.

  8. “Wilde, Wagner and the Aestheticist Debate of Representation: 'What's in a name?': The Importance of Being Earnest, or Lohengrin”, Anglistik. International Journal of English Studies 20 (2009.2), 131-43.

  9.  “Joyce, Lucian, and Menippus: An Undiscovered Rewriting of the Ulysses-Archetype”, James Joyce Quarterly, 47.1 (2009), 140-6.

  10.  “ 'Judgements of Paris and Falling Troy' - The French Metropolis as a Site of Cultural Archaeology in James Joyce's Ulysses and F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'Babylon Revisited'”, in Margarete Rubik & Elke Mettinger-Schartmann (eds.), Rive Gauche - Paris as a Site of Avant-Garde and Cultural Exchange in the 1920s. (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010), 21-39.

  11. “Austro-Amerikanischer Kulturtransfer im Zeichen Max Reinhardts: das Theater in der Josefstadt 1945-60”, in Ewald Mengel, Ludwig Schnauder & Rudolf Weiss (eds.), Weltbühne Wien, Vol. 2. Die Rezeption anglophoner Dramen auf Wiener Bühnen des 20. Jahrhunderts. (Trier: WVT, 2010), 181-220. [Review]

  12. “ 'Szombathely, Vienna, Budapest': Epic Geography and the Austro-Hungarian Dimension of James Joyce’s Ulysses”, Joyce Studies Annual 2010, 203-20.

  13. “Socratic Archetypes of Metropolitan Discourse in James Joyce's Ulysses”, in Tilo Schabert and Matthias Riedl (eds.), Die Stadt: Achse und Zentrum der Welt - The City: Axis and Centre of the World. Eranos 16 (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2011), 61-76.

  14. “ 'Poor Penelope. Penelope Rich': Sir Philip Sidney's Astrophil and Stella as a Source for the Rewriting of the Odysseus-Archetype in James Joyce's Ulysses”, James Joyce Quarterly, 48.2 (2011), 350-6.

  15. “The Earl of Surrey's Geraldine-Sonnet Contextualized: Cultural (Mis-)Representations of Ireland in the Early Modern, the Enlightened and the Contemporary Period”, in Sonja Fielitz & Uwe Meyer (eds.). Shakespeare. Satire. Academia. Essays in Honour of Wolfgang Weiss. Anglistische Forschungen 424 (Heidelberg: Winter, 2012), 167-85.

  16. “ 'Lolo Lolo liebermann […] Lala Lala, Leapermann': the Viennese ‘Lieber Augustin’-Song as an Austro-Hungarian Counterpart of Finnegans Wake”, in Sandra Mayer, Julia Novak & Margarete Rubik (eds.), Ireland in Drama, Film, and Popular Culture. Festschrift for Werner Huber. (Trier: WVT, 2012), 149-56.

  17. “Introduction” in: James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Edited by Hans Walter Gabler. With Introductions by Dieter Fuchs & Joseph O'Connor. Vintage Classics. (London: Random House UK, 2012), xv-xxiv.

  18. “'Myth Today:' the Bavarian-Austrian Subtext of T.S. Eliot’s 'The Waste Land'”, Poetica 44.3-4 (2012), 379-93.

  19. “ 'Apocalypse Now' - Zweifel und Glaube in Titus Andronicus”, Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 149 (2013), 52-71.

  20. “Felix Beran's 'Des Weibes Klage' / 'Lament for the Yeomen': James Joyce as a Translator and Rewriter of a Viennese Anti-War Poem”, in Wojciech Klepuszewski (ed.). Recalling War: Representations of the Two World Wars in British Literature and Culture (Koszalin: Politechnika Koszalinska UP, 2014), 19-34.

  21. “Menippean Satire in David Lodge's Academic Romance Small Word”, in Dieter Fuchs & Wojciech Klepuszewski (eds.). Academic Fiction Revisited - Selected Essays (Koszalin: Politechnika Koszalinska UP, 2014), 51-60.

  22. “The Script of the Body and the Soul in The Country-Wife and Tristram Shandy: the ‘Cognitive Turn’ from Restoration Drama to Sentimental Fiction.” In Werner Huber, Elke Mettinger & Eva Zettelmann (eds.), Dramatic Minds - Performance, Cognition, and the Representation of Interiority. Austrian Studies in English 105 (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2015); 149-171.

  23. “The Reception of Synge's and O’Casey's Plays in Vienna from 1914 – 1969”, in Rudolf Weiss, Ludwig Schnauder & Dieter Fuchs (eds.), Anglo-German Theatrical Exchange (Amsterdam: Rodopi / Brill: Leiden/Boston, 2015), 87-128.

  24. “'He puts Bohemia on the seacoast and makes Ulysses quote Aristotle': Shakespearean Gaps and the Early Modern Method of Analogy and Correspondence in James Joyce's Ulysses”, in Laura Pelaschiar (ed.). Joyce/Shakespeare (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2015), 21-37.

  25. “The Reception of Synge’s and O’Casey’s Plays in Vienna: From the Fall of the Habsburg Empire to the Summer of ‘69”, Litteraria Pragensia. Vol. 25. Issue 50 (2015), 47-59.

  26. “The Eranos-Movement and the Socratic Tradition of Convivial Discussion: Philosophical and Literary Symposia.” In Tilo Schabert (ed.), The Eranos Movement. A Story of Hermeneutics. Eranos 17 (Würzburg: Koenigshausen & Neumann, 2016), 73-92.

  27. Love's Labour's Lost - A Humanist Satire on the Early Modern World of Academia.” In Ludmila Gruszewska-Blaim & Merritt Moseley (eds.), Academia in Fact and Fiction. (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2016), 163-172.

  28. “Heinrich Mann’s Small Town Tyrant: The Grammar School Novel as a German Prototype of Academic Fiction”, Acta Neophilologica 49 (2016), 63-71.

  29. “'Und das Wort ist Fleisch geworden': die Jungfräuliche Empfängnis und das vorreformatorische kulturelle Gedächtnis in Hamlet”, in Renate Möhrmann (ed.), Die Entjungferung - Fiktionen der Defloration (Stuttgart: Kröner, 2017), 281-302.

  30. “Flann O'Brien's The Dalkey Archive - A Menippean Rebellion against Authority”. In Ruben Borg, John McCourt & Paul Fagan (eds.), Problems with Authority. New Essays on Flann O’Brien (Cork: Cork University Press, 2017), 230-241.

  31. James Joyce's Ulysses A Menippean Satire? Joyce Studies in Italy 19 (/2017), 79-90.




    Forthcoming / Submitted / In Preparation:

  32. “Hamlet.” In Joachim Frenk (ed.), Shakespeare - Thirteen Personal Introductions (Saarbrücken: Saarland University Press, forthcoming).

  33. “ 'A Sort of Encyclopaedia': James Joyce’s “The Dead”, Macrobius’s Saturnalia, and Menippean Satire” (accepted by James Joyce Quarterly).

  34. “Making History in Washington Irving’s “Rip van Winkle” and James Joyce’s Ulysses” (submitted).

  35. “Wilfried Steiner's Der Weg nach Xanadu - an Austrian Campus Novel?” In Dieter Fuchs & Wojciech Klepuszewski (eds.), Small World: Campus Fiction – Regional or Global? (submitted).

  36. “Introduction”, together with Wojciech Klepuszewski, in Dieter Fuchs, & Wojciech Klepuszewski (eds.),Small World: Campus Fiction – Regional or Global? (submitted).

  37. "Why Read Joyce in 21st Century Austria?"

  38. Love's Labour's Lost - Verlorene Liebesmüh im Garten des Akademos”.

  39. “Small Latin and less Greek? An Undiscovered Hellenistic Source for Shakespeare's Sonnets 153/154”.

 

 

Notes / Lexicon Entries:

  1. “James Joyce”, Entry in Manfred Schmeling, Monika Schmitz-Emans & Uwe Lindemann (eds.), Lexikon der Poetiken ( Berlin & New York: de Gruyter, 2009 hb & 2011pb).

  2. “Homeric Intertextuality: Odysseus and the Cyclops in Gulliver’s Travels”, Swift Studies 28 (2013), 145-7.


 

Book Reviews / Review Articles:

  1. Burkhart Lauterbach, Beatles, Sportclubs, Landschaftsparks. Britisch-deutscher Kulturtransfer (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2004), ÖZV , LIX/108 (2005.1.), 85-6.

  2. Ina Habermann, Staging Gender and Slander in Early Modern England (Aldershot, 2003), ZAA LIII.4 (2005), 397-8.

  3. “Mission Impossible: Dienst ist Dienst”, Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 143 (2007), 237-40:
    • Graham Bradshaw, Tom Bishop and Michael Neill (eds.), The Shakespearean International Yearbook. Volume 5: Special Section, Shakespeare and the Bonds of Service (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005), 373 pp.
    • David Evett, Discourses of Service in Shakespeare's England (New York & Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 286 pp.
    • Judith Weil, Service and Dependency in Shakespeare's Plays (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), 210 pp.

  4. Terry Eagleton, How to Read a Poem (Oxford: Blackwell, 2007), 182pp., The European English Messenger, 17.1 (2008), 74-5.

  5. Charlotte Scott, Shakespeare and the Idea of the Book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), 256 pp., Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 145 (2009), 257-8.

  6. Christa Jansohn (ed.), German Shakespeare Studies at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2006), 318 pp., Anglia 127.2 (2009), 366-9.

  7. Brinda Charry, Emissaries in Early Modern Literature and Culture. Mediation, Transmission, Traffic, 1550-1700 (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009), Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 147 (2011), 249-50.

  8. Timo Müller, The Self as Object in Modernist Fiction: James, Joyce, Hemingway. Text & Theorie 11 (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2010), Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 36.2 (2011), 175-7.

  9. Bruce Boehrer, Environmental Degradation in Jacobean Drama (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 151 (2015), 272-3.

  10. Carsten Heinze & Alfred Hornung (eds.), Medialisierungsformen des (Auto-)Biografischen (Konstanz: UVK Verlagsgesellschaft, 2013). Anglia 133.4. (2015), 781-5.

  11. Patrick O'Neill, Impossible Joyce: Finnegans Wake (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013). Partial Answers 15.2 (2017), 391-3.

  12. Judith Kohlenberger, The New Formula for Cool: Science, Technology, and the American Imagination (Bielefeld: Transcript, 2015). Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik (forthcoming).

  13. James S. Shapiro: The Year of Lear. Shakespeare in 1606. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2015. [rezens.tfm] e-Journal für Wissenschaftliche Rezensionen Institut für Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaft an der Universität Wien.

 

 

IASIL Bibliography - German and Austrian Contributions to Irish Studies:

  1. IASIL Bibliography Bulletin for 2013, co-author, together with Werner Huber & Sandra Mayer: Irish University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies 44.2 (2014). 77pp.
  2. IASIL Bibliography Bulletin for 2014, co-author, together with Werner Huber & Sandra Mayer: Irish University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies 45.2 (2015). 66pp.
  3. IASIL Bibliography Bulletin for 2015, co-author, together with Werner Huber & Sandra Mayer: Irish University Review: A Journal of Irish Studies 46.2 (2016). 62pp.

 

 

Conference Reports:

  1. Conference Reports of the Semi-Annual Conferences of the German Shakespeare-Society ('Frühjahrs- und Herbsttagungen der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft'):
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 140 (2004), 327-8.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 141 (2005), 280-3 & 283-4.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 142 (2006), 275-7 & 279-80.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 143 (2007), 273-5 & 275-6.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 144 (2008), 279-81 & 281-2.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 145 (2009), 278-80 & 280-1.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 146 (2010), 274-6 & 276-77.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 147 (2011), 264-6 & 266-7.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 148 (2012), 260-2.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 149 (2013), 290-2 & 292-3.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 150 (2014), 262-5.
    • Shakespeare-Jahrbuch 151 (2015), 285-8.

  2. “Joycean Unions: Impressions of the 20th International James Joyce Symposium, Budapest and Szombathely: June 11-17, 2006” James Joyce Broadsheet , 75 (October 2006), 3 (together with: Daniel Anderson, Irid Bruderer-Oswald, Dennis Foster, Marianna Gula & Luke Thurston).

  3. “Shakespeares Dunkelste Tragödie” ALG-Umschau 43 (2010), 25.

  4. “Shakespeare Feiern / Celebrating Shakespeare: Shakespeare-Tage in Weimar, 24.-27. April 2014” ALG-Umschau 51 (2014), 14-5.

  5. “The 2012 Research Seminar on the Eranos Movement.” In Tilo Schabert (ed.), The Eranos Movement. A Story of Hermeneutics. Eranos 17 (Würzburg: Koenigshausen & Neumann, 2016), 177-81.

 



Miscellaneous:

  1. “James Joyce’s Trojan Hobby-Horse: The Iliad and the Collective Unconscious in Ulysses”, Annals of Philosophy, Social and Human Disciplines 2013 Vol. II, 11-8.

  2. “Introduction”, together with Wojciech Klepuszewski, in Dieter Fuchs & Wojciech Klepuszewski (eds.). Academic Fiction Revisited - Selected Essays (Koszalin: Politechnika Koszalinska UP, 2014), 7-13.

  3. “Introduction”, in Rudolf Weiss, Ludwig Schnauder & Dieter Fuchs (eds.), Anglo-German Theatrical Exchange (Amsterdam: Rodopi / Brill: Leiden /Boston, 2015), 9-17. 

  4. “Neo-Platonic and Menippean Intertextuality: The Freedom and Determination Debate in Shakespeare's Sonnet 154”. In Stephen Butler & Lukasz Neubauer (eds.). The Music of Chance: Exploring the Principles of Cosmic Governance and Happenstance (Jastrzębie-Zdrój: Black Unicorn, 2015), 121-134.

  5. “Utopie, Menippeische Satire und Herrschaftsdiskurs der Aufklärung: Das Blendungsmotiv in Jonathan Swifts Gulliver's Travels.” In Anna Mrozewska (ed.), Macht des Wortes. Studien zur Germanistik 59 (Hamburg: Dr. Kovac, 2016), 11-37.

  6. Professor Unrat - Der Gymnasialroman als Deutschsprachiger Prototyp der Campusfiktion.” In Anna Mrozewska (ed.), Der (post-)moderne Universitätsroman in der 'anglo-amerikanischen und in der deutschsprachigen Tradition (Hamburg: Dr. Kovac, 2016), 11-23.

 


Interviews etc.:

  1. "Shakespeare: 'Erfinder des Menschlichen'", Universität Wien Medienportal (23/04/2016)

  2. "Shakespeare Lives in Austria", YouTube (19/04/2015).


Dr. phil. Dieter Fuchs M.A.   •  Institut für Anglistik & Amerikanistik  •  Universität Wien   

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