Willkommen auf der Seite der Abteilung Britische Kulturstudien – British Cultural Studies. Hier erfahren Sie mehr über unser Team und unsere Forschungs- und Lehransätze. Wir informieren Sie über unsere Anforderungen an wissenschaftliche Arbeiten sowie über Themenbereiche für Abschlussarbeiten und geben Literaturempfehlungen für die verschiedenen Gebiete unserer Arbeit.

Blick auf Liverpool Pier Head vom Wasser aus
Liverpool Pier Head, Foto: Oliver von Knebel Doeberitz

Das Team

Prof. Dr. Oliver von Knebel Doeberitz

Prof. Dr. Oliver von Knebel Doeberitz

Universitätsprofessor

Kulturstudien Großbritanniens
Beethovenstraße 15, Raum 5311
04107 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37315

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Dr. Dietmar Böhnke

Wiss. Mitarbeiter

Kulturstudien Großbritanniens
Beethovenstraße 15, Raum 4313
04107 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37317

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Dr. Frauke Hofmeister

Wiss. Mitarbeiterin/Curricularmanagerin

Studienbüro/Philologische Fakultät
Beethovenstraße 15, Raum 3401
04107 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37327

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Dr. David Nisters

Lehrkr. f. bes. Aufg.

Kulturstudien Großbritanniens
Beethovenstraße 15, Raum 5302
04107 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37345

Dr. Clarissa Steger

Dr. Clarissa Steger

Wiss. Mitarbeiterin

Kulturstudien Großbritanniens
Beethovenstraße 15, Raum 5303
04107 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37344

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Max Jokschus

Lehrkr. f. bes. Aufg.

Abt. Sprachpraxis
Beethovenstraße 15
04107 Leipzig

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Sophie Ute Kriegel

Wiss. Mitarbeiterin

Institut für Anglistik
Beethovenstraße 15, Raum 4313
04107 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37317

 Jonatan Jalle Steller

Jonatan Jalle Steller

Wiss. Mitarbeiter

Kulturstudien Großbritanniens
Beethovenstraße 15, Raum 4308
04107 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37379

 Alexandra von Thuemmler

Alexandra von Thuemmler

Wiss. Mitarbeiterin

Kulturstudien Großbritanniens
Beethovenstraße 15, Raum 4308
04107 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37379

Die Abteilung Kulturstudien stellt sich vor

Die Disziplin der britischen Kulturstudien (British Cultural Studies) beschäftigt sich mit kulturellen Prozessen der britischen und irischen Gesellschaften und ihrer Darstellungen in Kunst und Medien. Im Zentrum steht die Auseinandersetzung mit Texten, wobei hier ein weiter Textbegriff greift, der so unterschiedliche kulturelle Produkte wie Filme, Social Media, Printmedien, Musik, Werbung und Mode umfasst.

Die British Cultural Studies hinterfragen die Mechanismen von (Alltags-)Kultur und zeigen auf, inwiefern kulturellen Texten die politischen, sozialen, und ökonomischen Interessen bestimmter gesellschaftlicher Akteure beziehungsweise Gruppen eingeschrieben sind. Hierbei untersuchen sie besonders Repräsentationsstrategien, Konstruktionen von Identität, Differenz/Alterität, Macht sowie Prozesse der Produktion, Distribution und Rezeption von kulturellen Produkten. Diese werden im Spannungsfeld zwischen der machtstützenden Funktion von Populärkultur einerseits und der kreativen Auseinandersetzung mit deren Produkten durch das Publikum bzw. den Konsumenten verortet. Von zentraler Bedeutung für die British Cultural Studies sind dementsprechend Termini und Konzepte wie ideology, identity politics, power,  und hegemony/marginality.

Neben den Nachbardisziplinen der anglistischen Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft greifen die britischen Kulturstudien unter anderem auch auf Methoden und Theorien aus der Soziologie, der Geschichte, der Politikwissenschaften und der Medienwissenschaften zurück.

Der Bereich British Cultural Studies in Leipzig hat sich auf folgende Forschungs- und Lehrschwerpunkte spezialisiert:

  • film, TV comedy, British cinema since 1990, dystopian film
  • music, music video, fan cultures, functions and representations of stardom
  • the British media
  • youth cultures 1950s – 2000s
  • Neo-Victorianism in contemporary media cultures
  • Brexit Britain
  • the British Empire(s) and its legacies
  • postcoloniality and the Commonwealth
  • British foreign policy
  • Britain and its “special relationship” with the US
  • Britain and Europe
  • multiethnic Britain
  • the four nations and their representations
  • concepts of national identity
  • Scotland and Scottishness
  • London as a global city
  • processes of city branding and the marketing of regions

Wissenschaftliche Kooperationen mit Universitäten in Deutschland (Leibnitz-Universität Hannover, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Universität Bielefeld etc.) und im englischsprachigen Ausland (Großbritannien, Irland) bereichern unsere Forschung und Lehre auf vielfältige Weise.

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  • Brooks, Simon. Why Wales Never Was. The Failure of Welsh Nationalism. University of Wales Press, 2017.
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  • Dix, Hywel. After Raymond Williams. Cultural Materialism and the Break-Up of Britain. University of Wales Press, 2013.
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  • Morgan, Kenneth. Revolution to Devolution. Reflections on Welsh Democracy. University of Wales Press, 2014.
  • Pope, Robert, editor. Religion and National Identity. Wales and Scotland c. 1700-2000. University of Wales Press, 2001.
  • Ranelagh, John O'Beirne. A Short History of Ireland. Cambridge: CUP, 1999.
  • Coohill, Jospeh. Ireland. A Short History. Oneworld, 2014.
  • Hachey, T.E. & McCaffrey, L.J. Perspectives on Irish Nationalism. The UP of Kentucky, 2015.
  • Kearney, Hugh F. Ireland. Contested Ideas of Nationalism and History. Cork UP, 2007.
  • McCaffrey, Lawrence J. The Irish Question. Two Centuries of Conflict. The UP of Kentucky, 2015.
  • Miller, David. Rethinking Northern Ireland. Culture, Ideology and Colonialism. Routledge, 2014.
  • O’Kane, Eamonn. Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland since 1980. The Totality of Relationships. Routledge, 2007.
  • Prager, Jeffrey. Building Democracy in Ireland. Political Order and Cultural Integration in a Newly Independent Nation. Cambridge UP, 2009.
  • Rees, Catherine. Changes in Contemporary Ireland. Texts and Contexts. Cambridge Scholars, 2013.
  • Tonge, Jonathan. Northern Ireland. Conflict and Change. Routledge, 2013.

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