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Jun.-Prof. Dr. Jasmin Wrobel

Jasmin Wrobel
Image Credit: Meltem Şener

Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Associated Researcher

Associated Member, Research Area 4: Literary Currencies

Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Romanisches Seminar
Universitätsstr. 150
Room GB 7/51
44780 Bochum

Academic Education and Professional Experience

since 01/10/2023 Assistant Professor (W1) for Ibero-Romance Cultural Studies with a focus on Latin America at Ruhr-Universität Bochum

01/12/2022 – 30/09/2023 Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at The University of Manchester; Planned monograph: Resisting Lines: Anti-Patriarchal Agencies in Latin American Comics

since 01/12/2022 Associated member at EXC 2020 Temporal Communities: Doing Literature in a Global Perspective, Freie Universität Berlin

14/03/2022 – 08/04/2022 Visiting Scholar at ADHUC – Research Center for Theory, Gender, Sexuality, Universitat de Barcelona

15/04/2019 – 28/11/2022 Research-Track Postdoc and Academic Coordinator at EXC 2020 Temporal Communities: Doing Literature in a Global Perspective, Freie Universität Berlin

15/02/2019 PhD in Latin American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin; Thesis: “Topographies of the 20th century: The Memorial ‘Poetics of Stumbling’ in Haroldo de Campos’s Galáxias”; (“summa cum laude”)

15/04/2013 – 31/03/2019 Research Assistant and Lecturer in the field of Latin American Literatures and Cultures at Lateinamerika-Institut, FU Berlin

 01/04/2012 – 31/03/2015 Associated Member of the International Research Training Group; Entre Espacios: Movimientos, Actores y Representaciones de la Globalización. Lateinamerika-Institut, FU Berlin

01/10/2009 – 29/02/2012 Lecturer in Romance Studies at Ruhr-Universität Bochum

01/10/2007 –10/2010 Master of Arts in Spanish Philology and Comparative Literature, Ruhr-Universität Bochum (1.0; with distinction)

01/10/2004 –08/2007 Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Philology and Comparative Literature, Ruhr-Universität Bochum (1.0)


Scholarships, Grants and Awards

17/10/2023 (date of approval) DAAD Travel Grant - MLA Annual Conference 4-7 January 2024, Philadelphia

19/05/2022 (date of approval) Seed Money for the workshop Narrating Violence: Artistic Practices and Research from Latin America and Beyond, Margherita-von-Brentano-Zentrum, FU Berlin, [application with X. Alba, F. Santos, C. Loysa]

21/03/2022 (date of approval) MSCA European Postdoctoral Fellowship

02-03/06/2022 Conference funding, EXC 2020, Lateral Solidarities: Visualizing Global South Comics

05-06/2022 Fellowship funding EXC 2020 for Dr. James Hodapp, Northwestern University in Qatar

15/09/2021 PhD Thesis Award, Georg-Rudolf-Lind-Förderpreis, German Lusitanist Association (DLV)

04/12/2020 PhD Thesis Award, Ernst Reuter Society, FU Berlin

08/05/2020 PhD Thesis Award, German Society for Latin American Studies (ADLAF)

09-10/01/2020 Conference funding, EXC 2020, Imagining the Black Diaspora: On the Circulation and Competition of Literary Picture-Making Across the Americas

17-21/03/2019 Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Teaching grant: Department of Literature, Tel Aviv University (TAU)

02-13/04/2018 Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Teaching grant: Facultad de Letras, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC) 

03/02 - 07/04/2014 Research grant, Casa das Rosas (Espaço de Haroldo de Campos de Poesia e Literatura)/POIESIS, São Paulo, Brazil

01/01/2012 – 14/04/2013 Research Scholarship “Stiftung Lateinamerikanische Literatur”, Freie Universität Berlin

10/2023 - : Juniorprofessorin für Iberoromanische Kulturwissenschaft an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum

  • WS 2023/2024: Feministische Theorien und Bewegungen in Lateinamerika und Spanien (MA)
  • WS 2023/2024: Transkulturelle Erinnerung und visuelle Medien in Lateinamerika und Spanien (MA)

04/2013 – 03/2019: Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin

  • WS 2018/2019: Interdisziplinäre Lateinamerikaforschung (MA; mit Belén Díaz)
  • SoSe 2018: „Chicks on Comics“: Frauen(figuren) in der lateinamerikanischen Comic-Produktion (Brasilien und Hispanoamerika) (MA)
  • WS 2017/2018: Wissenschaftspraxis I (E-Learning-Kurs, der die Studierenden bei der Konzeption ihrer Masterarbeiten begleitet) (MA)
  • SoSe 2017: Die Bewegung der brasilianischen konkreten Poesie und ihre Dialoge und Reperkussionen (BA)
  • SoSe 2016: “Abaixo Tordesilhas!” Literarisch-kulturelle Dialoge zwischen Brasilien und Hispanoamerika (MA)
  • WS 2015/2016: Barock und Neobarock in Spanien, Portugal und Lateinamerika (BA)
  • SoSe 2015: Comic und Graphic Novel in Brasilien und Hispanoamerika (MA)
  • WS 2014/2015: Fußball und andere Brennpunkte: Position beziehen in kritischen Kurzkommentaren (E-Learning-Kurs, mit Prof. Dr. Susanne Klengel und Jun.- Prof. Dr. Debora Gerstenberger) (MA)
  • SoSe 2014: Die erste globale Krise und Brasilien (1780-1840) aus historischer und literaturwissenschaftlicher Perspektive; mit Jun.-Prof. Dr. Debora Gerstenberger (MA)
  • WS 2013/2014: Intertextualität und Intermedialität in Kurzgeschichten von Borges, Cortázar und García Márquez (BA)
  • SoSe 2013: Cuentos latinoamericanos del siglo XX (BA)

10/09-03/2012: Lehrbeauftragte am Romanischen Seminar der Ruhr-Universität Bochum

  • WS 2011/2012: Der neobarroco in der lateinamerikanischen Literatur (BA)
  • SoSe 2011: Poetik der Autobiografien: Neruda und García Márquez (BA)
  • WS 2010/2011: Crónicas de Indias (BA)
  • SoSe 2010: Cuentos latinoamericanos del siglo XX (BA)
  • WS 2009/2010: Cien años de soledad (BA)

04-09/2008: Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft am Romanischen Seminar der Ruhr-Universität Bochum

  • Einführung in die Hispanistik (BA)
  • Cien años de soledad (BA, mit Dr. Gero Arnscheidt)

Lehraufenthalte im Ausland:

03/2019 Lehraufenthalt an der Tel Aviv University

  • Escritores judíos en Latinoamérica: dos lecturas del siglo XXI y un vistazo cinematográfico (Workshop)
  • Cultural Bridges between Brazilian and Spanish American authors: The case of Brazilian author Haroldo de Campos (Vortrag)
  • Entrelazamientos de (post)memoria(s): El boxeador polaco, de Eduardo Halfon, y Notas al pie, de Nacha Vollenweider (Seminarsitzung)

04/2018: Lehraufenthalt an der Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

  • Nuevas tendencias de representación en la narrativa gráfica latinoamericana (Workshop)
  • El movimiento de la poesía concreta en Brasil y sus diálogos y repercusiones (Seminarsitzung)
  • Diálogos literarios y culturales entre Brasil e Hispanoamérica (Vortrag)
  • Formas literarias de mediación de la Shoah (Seminarsitzung)

03/2014: Workshop am Centro de Referência Haroldo de Campos, Casa das Rosas, São Paulo, Brasilien

  • “Proesia” entre espaços: A relação entre linguagem e espaço nas Galáxias de Haroldo de Campos

EXC 2020 post-doctoral research project, Body/Images - Foreign/Gazes: (Feminine) Territoriality and CorpoGraphy in Latin American Graphic Narratives (2019-2022).

In the past two decades, Latin American comics production experienced a real boom. Unlike the so-called ‘Golden Age of Latin American comics’ in the mid-twentieth century, however, women have played an increasingly prominent role in this ‘explosion’. Although the comics scene is still dominated by male artists and readers, graphic narratives have become a prominent artistic space of feminist resistance in the region and women are increasingly using the medium to question and de- and reframe hegemonic and heteronormative social structures and repressive visualities. They are, moreover, challenging and re-appropriating lines imposed not only by their male peers but also by colonial and ‘Western’ art traditions. Imposing lines is a fundamental modus operandi of colonialism, and the idea of ‘decolonising the panel’ in graphic narratives from the Global South was recently taken up at international conferences in the UK and India. This project will develop and expand on these interventions by exploring the anti-colonial potential of comics and graphic narratives by Latin American women.

The examination of (neo)colonial relations, as well as gendered (neo)extractivisms and reproductive rights in Latin America is taking place in a region whose history and geographic toponomy is marked by the allegorical ‘feminization’ of lands and territories. From Theodor de Bry’s engravings to, say, the pornographic comics of Francisco Solano López, many of these processes were and are carried out through repressive visualities that feature sexualised, racialised and/or exoticised female bodies subject to the male gaze. Nevertheless, and perhaps precisely because in comics women’s bodies have historically been subjected to (White) male pleasure, the medium’s graphic language, with its hybrid and multimodal nature, allows for a critical as well as ironic and playful subversion of hegemonic visual and textual traditions, often incorporating Indigenous and/or African iconographies into these resistant counter-visualities. These reasons indicate why comics have become such a highly effective artistic tool for diverse political movements such as the Argentinean marea verde [green wave] protests, the #niunamenos [not one less] grassroots movement, or the transnational #metoo and #blacklivesmatter.

Combining archival research with interviews with creators and scholars, this project has a three-fold dimension: (A) It explores the architecture created and used by Latin American women to circulate their graphic art, including publishing and gatekeeping strategies, paying special attention to the role of social media and the formation of transnational collectives like Chicks on Comics, co-founded by the Colombian-Ecuadorian Powerpaola and the Dutch Joris Bas Backer. (B) Through extensive archival research, it examines the transmedial dialogues these comics establish with hegemonic art traditions and their repressive visualities as well as Indigenous and African iconographies, focussing especially on the representation and resignification of the female body. (C) It asks how women’s comics contribute to feminist protest culture and political resistance in the Global South, pointing to Latin America’s prominent role in fourth-wave feminism and exploring how the region’s graphic forms of protest have become international role models, as seen in the graphic outcry over the La Manada gang rape case in Spain in 2016. 

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Comics and graphic narratives in Latin America
  • Feminist movements and forms of artistic resistance in Latin America
  • Anti-racism and Afro-Latin-American resistance movements
  • Experimental poetry in Latin America
  • Border literature, Latinx art, migration narratives
  • Baroque and neo-Baroque literature in Spain, Portugal and Brazil
  • Memory discourses in Latin American and Spanish literature
  • Literary dialogues between Brazil and Hispanic America; South-South relations

Theoretical Approaches

  • Image/text relations, intermediality, intersemiotic relations
  • Post- and decolonial theory
  • Gender and Queer Studies, Intersectionality
  • Postmemory, multidirectional and transcultural memory

Academic Associations and Networks

  • German Lusitanist Association – DLV (board member 2021-2023)
  • German Hispanic Association – DHL
  • German Society for Latin American Studies – ADLAF
  • Latin American Studies Association - LASA
  • Modern Language Association – MLA
  • DFG network Cultures of Aesthetic Resistance (PI D. Breitenwischer); https://aesthetic-resistance.de
  • Red de investigadoras/es de narrativa gráfica en Latinoamérica – RINGhttps://ringchile.wordpress.com/

Organized Academic Events

03/2023 - with G. Berchi, P. Seidel: Early Modern Literary Cosmologies; panel at the Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico

06/2022 - with T. Orozco, A. Huffschmid, X. Alba, F. Santos, C. Loysa: Narrating Violence: Artistic Practices and Research from Latin America and Beyond; workshop, Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin; “Video memoria” 

06/2022 - with J. Hodapp: Lateral Solidarities: Visualizing Comics from the Global South; International Conference, EXC 2020, Freie Universität Berlin

05/2022 - with G. Berchi, S. Godart, P. Seidel: Gazing at the Stars: Cosmoliteratures; Digital Study Day, EXC 2020, Freie Universität Berlin

10/2021 - with B. Callsen, M. Simoni: Körper/Grenzen – Fremde/Körper: Migration, Exil und Grenzerfahrung in der Romania; XXXVII. Romanistentag, Universität Augsburg

09/2021 - with J. Scholz: O relógio da vida não anda para trás: gravidez, doença, envelhecimento e o corpo-cronômetro; XIV. Lusitanistentag, Universität Leipzig

06/2021 - Workshop with Rebecca Walkowitz on ‘Future Reading'; EXC 2020, Freie Universität Berlin

12/2020 - with M. Gamper, J. Müller-Tamm: Book Fairs and Literary Prizes: Economy, Prestige, and Global Circulation; International Workshop, EXC 2020, Freie Universität Berlin 

01/2020 - with D. Breitenwischer: Imagining the Black Diaspora: On the Circulation and Competition of Literary Picture-Making Across the Americas; International Conference, EXC 2020, Freie Universität Berlin; Conference comic

13/07/2018 - with K. Kriegesmann: Brasil no contexto global; International Research Colloquium, Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin

SoSe 2018 - Graphisches Erzählen in Lateinamerika; Lecture series, Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin

07/2015 - with S. Klengel: Jornadas de investigación: cartografías, constelaciones, imaginarios; International Research Colloquium, Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin

06/2015 - with A.-L. Lemke, F. Barth, C. Quandt: 4. Nachwuchstagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutsche Lateinamerikaforschung; Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin

02/2015 - Vom Samba zur konkreten Musik: Vorträge zur brasilianischen Musik im 20. Jahrhundert; Lecture series, Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin 

05/2015 - with I. Simson and T. Papacek: Workshop with Monika Schmitz-Emans onEncyclopaedias of the Imaginary’; Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin

03/2014 - ‘Proesia’ entre Espaços: A relação entre linguagem e espacialidade em Galáxias, de Haroldo de Campos; Workshop, Casa das Rosas, São Paulo

07/2013 - with S. Klengel and M. Seligmann-Silva: Roteiros de palavras e imagens: poesia concreta, intermidialidade poética e tradução; International Conference, Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin


Review: Welge, Jobst (2021): "Jasmin Wrobel: Topografien des 20. Jahrhunderts. Die memoriale Poetik des Stolperns in Haroldo de Campos’ Galáxias." Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020. 409 S.: " arcadia, vol. 56, no. 1, 2021, 121-125.

Review: Seewald, Rebecca (2021): “Jasmin Wrobel: Topografien des 20. Jahrhunderts. Die memorial Poetik des Stolperns in Haroldo de Campos’ Galáxias. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2020” Iberoromania, vol. 2021 (94), 305-308.

Edited Books and Themed Issues

Review: Mendonça, J. (2020). Roteiros de palavras, sons, imagens: os diálogos transcriativos de Haroldo de Campos. Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies9(1), 622-625.

Articles in Edited Volumes, Journals, and Themed Issues

  • (2023, forthcoming): “Nepantlera, Amidst the Cracks: Shifting Concepts in Gloria Anzaldúa’s Border/Body Thinking and Their Potential for Comics Studies”, in: HeLix – Dossiers zur Romanischen Literaturwissenschaft. OA.

  • (2023, forthcoming): “‘ora, direis, ouvir Galáxias’: adaptações transartísticas das Galáxias de Haroldo de Campos”, in: Bacchini, Luca/Schulze, Peter W. (eds.): Cultura sonora Lusófona: música, voz e som na mudança da mídia. Berlin: Peter Lang. Print/OA.

  • (2023): “Bringing Migration into Perspective(s): Javier de Isusi’s Asylum as a Call to Solidarity Through Multidirectional Memory”, in: Britland, J./Dapena, X. (eds.): The Political Imagination in Spanish Graphic Narrative. London: Routledge, 240-258. Print.

  • (2023): "Koloniales Erbe, parallele Welten: Die Problematisierung von Haushaltsarbeit in brasilianischen Comics/Herança colonial, mundos paralelos: como quadrinhos brasileiros problematizam o trabalho doméstico", in: Scholz, J./Wrobel, J. (eds.): geschichte/n über/zeichnen: comics und schwarzer widerstand. re/traçar história/s: quadrinhos e resistência negra. Catalog. Köln: Portugiesisch-Brasilianisches Institut, 52-65. Print/OA.

  • (2023): "Resisting Imposed Lines: (Feminine) Territoriality in the Work of Chilean Comics Artist Panchulei", in: Fernández, Lauri/Gandolfo, Amadeo/Turnes, Pablo (eds.): Burning Down the House: Latin American Comics in the 21st Century. London: Routledge, 141-143 and 166-182. Print.

  • (2023): "Secret Tapes and Their Intra- and Extratextual Circulation Routes: Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale", in: Gamper, Michael et al. (eds.): Der Wert der literarischen Zirkulation. The Value of Literary Circulation. Stuttgart: Metzler, 495-516. Print/OA.

  • (2023, with Michael Gamper, Jutta Müller-Tamm, David Wachter): "The Value of Literary Circulation - An Introduction", in: Gamper, Michael et al. (eds.): Der Wert der literarischen Zirkulation. The Value of Literary Circulation. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1-24. Print/OA.

  • (2023, with Julia Dettke): "Künste des Dazwischen: Graphische Literatur und visuelle Poesie der Romania als Genres ‘en marge’. Einleitung", in: apropos [Perspektiven auf die Romania],10/2023, 10-23. OA.

  • (2023, with Janek Scholz): "As temporalidades do corpo - uma introdução", in: Scholz, Janek/Wrobel, Jasmin (eds.): O corpo-cronômetro: as temporalidades do corpo na literatura brasileira. Berlin: Frank & Timme, 9-26. Print/OA.

  • (2022, with Dustin Breitenwischer and Robert F. Reid-Pharr): "Archives of Resistance: Picturing the Black Americas", in: Breitenwischer, D./Wrobel, J./Reid-Pharr, R. F. (eds.): Archives of Resistance: Picturing the Black Americas. Themed Issue Amerikastudien / American Studies. Volume 67, Issue 2 (2022), 113-125. OA.

  • (2022): "Latin America’s Tinta Femenina and its Place in Graphic 'World Literature'", in: Hodapp, James (ed.): Graphic Novels and Comics as World Literature. London: Bloomsbury, 33-53. Print.

  • (2022): "Topografias do século XX: a poética memorial do tropeço nas Galáxias de Haroldo de Campos", in: Oliveira, Eduardo Jorge de/Jackson, K. David (eds.): Poesia - crítica - tradução: Haroldo de Campos e a educação dos sentidos. Berlin et al.: Peter Lang, 233-267. Print.

  • (2021): "Körper/Blicke und Selbst(be)zeichnungen bei Pagu, Laerte und Powerpaola", in: Closure. Kieler e-Journal für Comicforschung. #7.5 (July 2021), 79-96. OA.

  • (2021, with Janek Scholz): „Identidade(s) trans na vida e obra da cartunista brasileira Laerte Coutinho“, in: Moreira, Luciana/Wieser, Doris (eds.): A flor de cuerpo. Representationes del género y de las disidencias sexo-genéricas en Latinoamérica. Frankfurt a.M./Madrid: Vervuert/Iberoamericana. Print.

  • (2021): "Entrelazamientos de memoria(s) entre Hamburgo y Argentina: la representación de la desaparición forzada en Notas al pie de Nacha Vollenweider", in: Buschmann, A./Souto, L. C. (eds.): Decir desaparecido(s) II: análisis transculturales de la desaparición forzada. Berlin: LIT, 97-116. Print.

  • (2020): "Tinta(s) femenina(s): La recuperación del cuerpo en la narrativa gráfica latinoamericana y española", in: Callsen, Berit/Groß, Angelika (eds.): Cuerpos en oposición, cuerpos en composición: representaciones de corporalidad en la literatura y cultura hispánicas actuales. Madrid: Iberoamericana, 17-44. Print.

  • (2019) "História(s) redesenhada(s): visualizando analogias entre hoje e então. Periferias urbanas, resistência negra e vozes femininas na obra de Marcelo D’Salete", in: Lima Gomes, Ivan (Hg.): Dossiê Quadrinhos e cultura visual: modos de ver e ler histórias. ArtCultura. Revista do Instituto de História da Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, 99-116. OA.

  • (2019): "Benses Brasilien: Reflexionen zur konkreten Poesie, Brasília und dem Entwurf einer Rheinlandschaft", in: Albrecht, Andrea/Bonitz, Masetto/Skowronski, Alexandra/Zittel, Claus (eds.): Max Bense. Werk - Kontext - Wirkung. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, 291-321. Print/OA.

  • (2019): "Big Bang e babelbarroco: cosmologias entre tradição e ruptura na poesia latino-americana", in: Circuladô. Especial: Haroldo hoje. São Paulo: Risco, 76-95. OA.

  • (2018): "Cicatrizes textuais e um encontro escuro-luminoso: seguindo os passos de Haroldo de Campos pela Europa (1959-1964)", in: Wrobel, Jasmin (ed.): Roteiros de palavras, sons, imagens: Os diálogos transcriativos de Haroldo de Campos. Frankfurt am Main: TFM, 173-199. Print/OA.

  • (2018): "Perspectivas pioneiras à tradição: cartografia e historiografia (welt)literárias nas Galáxias de Haroldo de Campos", in: Mendonça, Julio (ed.): Que pós-utopia é esta? São Paulo: Giostri, 102-126. Print.

  • (2017): "Narrating other Perspectives, Re-drawing History: The Protagonization of Afro-Brazilians in the Work of Graphic Novelist Marcelo d’Salete", in: Carvalho, Vinicius Mariano de/Gavioli, Nicola (eds.): Literature and Ethics in Contemporary Brazil. London: Routledge. Print.

  • (2017): "Diálogos cosmopoéticos en la obra de Haroldo de Campos", in: Bernat, Pasqual et al. (eds.): Ciència i Ficció. L’exploració creativa dels mons reals i dels irreals. Barcelona: Ed. Talaiots, 121-129. Print.

  • (2016): "'Partenogênese sem ovo ontológico'. A função catalisadora da discussão sobre o (neo)barroco nos intercâmbios interamericanos", in: Revista Remate de Males. Dossiê Literatura latino-americana. Vol. 36, n.1., 85-103. OA.

  • (2016): "Dialogando com Dante, Camões e Drummond: Zum Motiv der 'Weltmaschine' in Haroldo de Campos’ 'cosmopoema' A Máquina do Mundo Repensada", in: Briesemeister, Dietrich/Schönberger, Axel (eds.): Die Wanderung von Themen und Motiven in die und in den Literaturen der portugiesischsprachigen Welt. Frankfurt am Main: Domus Editoria Europaea, 223-236. Print.

  • (2015): "Construyendo puentes: Haroldo de Campos como mediador cultural entre Brasil e Hispanoamérica", in: Sophia Austral, No 15, 1o semestre 2015, 27-44. OA.

  • (2015): "Signos em rotação: Desde Transblanco até Un tal Lucas. Três exemplos dos frutíferos diálogos inter-americanos de Haroldo de Campos", in: Cadernos de Literatura Comparada, No 32-6/2015, 205-226. OA.

  • (2015): "Haroldo de Campos", in: Masina, Léa/Barberena, Ricardo/Carneiro, Vinícius (eds.): Guia de Leitura: 100 poetas que você precisa ler. Porto Alegre: L&PM Editores, 135-137. Print.

  • (2014): "Mundos de libros, libros de mundos: la importancia del 'espacio del libro' como parte de la producción artística en las Galáxias de Haroldo de Campos", in: Fleischmann, Stephanie/Moreno Chávez, José Alberto/Tossounian, Cecilia (eds.): América Latina entre espacios. Redes, flujos e imaginarios globales. Berlin: tranvía, 267-278. Print.

  • (2013): "Noigandres: 'Ohne revolutionäre Form gibt es keine revolutionäre Kunst'", in: alba. lateinamerika lesen. 04. Oktober 2013, 48-51. Print.

  • (2012): "Zur Funktion des präkolumbischen Mythos in Gloria Anzaldúas Borderlands/La Frontera. The New Mestiza", in: Haller, Andreas J./Huppertz, Bettina/Lenz, Sonja (eds.): Spannungsfelder: Literatur und Mythos. Beiträge zum 2. Studierendenkongress der Komparatistik, May 6-8 2011, Universität Bonn. Frankfurt a. M.: Lang, 129-134. Print.

  • (2009): "Labyrinthe en abyme: Jorge Luis Borgesʼ El inmortal", in: Schmitz-Emans, Monika/Bachmann, Christian A. (eds.): Labyrinthe als Texte. Texte als Labyrinthe. Bochum: Bachmann, 120-125. Print.


  • (2020): "Da necessidade do tropeço. Um convite.", in: Virada - Literatura e Crítica. Vol. 3, sp.




  • (2015): "Berit Callsen: Mit anderen Augen sehen. Aisthetische Poetiken in der französischen und mexikanischen Literatur (1963-1984). Paderborn: Fink 2014", in: Iberoromania. Revista dedicada a las lenguas, literaturas y culturas de la Península Ibérica y de América Latina, Editorial de Gruyter, Vol. 82, 270-273.

  • (2014): "Nina Preyer: Severo Sarduys Zeichenkosmos. Theorie und Praxis einer Romanpoetik des neobarroco cubano"Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter 2013”, in: PhiN 70/2014, 142-145.

  • (2014): "Simone Homem de Mello (Ed.): Transluminura. Revista de Estética e Literatura. 1. Haroldo e outros. São Paulo 2013", in: Iberoromania. Revista dedicada a las lenguas, literaturas y culturas de la Península Ibérica y de América Latina, Editorial de Gruyter, Vol. 80, 279-282.