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Publications and Lectures

Monographs

3) Crossroads of Colonial Cultures. Caribbean Literatures in the Age of Revolution. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2018 [substantially expanded and updated version of the postdoctoral thesis, translated from the German by Marie Deer].
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2) Die koloniale Karibik. Transferprozesse in frankophonen und hispanophonen Literaturen. (The colonial Caribbean. Transfer processes in French- and Spanish-language literatures). Berlin: De Gruyter, 2012 (postdoctoral thesis).

Reviewed by Bastienne Schulz in Romanische Forschungen 127, no. 2 (2015): 277–280.

Reviewed by Sarah Gröning in Lendemains 41, no. 161 (2016): 112–114.


1) Die Boom-Autoren heute: García Márquez, Fuentes, Vargas Llosa, Donoso und ihr Abschied von den „großen identitätsstiftenden Entwürfen“. (The Boom authors today: García Márquez, Fuentes, Vargas Llosa, Donoso and their farewell to the “major identity-creating concepts”). Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert, 2004 (doctoral dissertation).

Reviewed by Burkhard Pohl in Iberoamericana 6, no. 22 (2006): 248–249.

 

Forthcoming Monograph

1.  Gesine Müller. Wie wird Weltliteratur gemacht? Zirkulationsprozesse lateinamerikanischer Literaturen im globalen Kontext (How is world literature made? The circulation processes of Latin American literatures in the global context). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2019.

 

Edited Volumes

23. Gesine Müller and Jorge Locane, eds. Dossier: “Traducciones y transiciones entre América Latina y la lectura global” (Translations and transitions between Latin America and the global readership). INTI. Revista de Literatura Hispánica (Spanish literature review) (Providence, Rhode Island) (2018).

22. Gesine Müller, Jorge Locane, and Benjamin Loy, eds. Re-Mapping World Literature. Writing, Book Markets and Epistemologies between Latin America and the Global South / Escrituras, mercados y epistemologías entre América Latina y el Sur Global. Latin American Literatures in the World/Literaturas Latinoamericanas en el mundo, edited by Gesine Müller. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2018.

21. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, eds. Dossier: “Les Antilles et les littératures du monde” (The Antilles and the literatures of the world). Lendemains (Tübingen) XLII, no. 168 (2017): 7–66.

20. Gesine Müller and Jorge Locane, eds. Poesía española en el mundo. Procesos de filtrado, selección y canonización (Spanish poetry in the world. Processes of filtering, selection, and canonization). Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2017.

19. Silke Jansen and Gesine Müller, eds. La traducción desde, en y hacia Latinoamérica. Perspectivas literarias y lingüísticas (Translation from, in, and to Latin America. Literary and linguistic perspectives). Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2017.

18. Gesine Müller, ed. Dossier: “El debate sobre literatura mundial y la cuestión editorial: el caso de América Latina” (The debate over world literature and the editorial question: the case of Latin America). INTI. Revista de Literatura Hispánica (Spanish literature review) (Providence, Rhode Island) 85/86 (2017).

17. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, eds. New Orleans and the Global South. Caribbean, Creolization, Carnival. Hildesheim: Olms, 2017.

16. Albrecht Buschmann, Julian Drews, Tobias Kraft, Anne Kraume, Markus Messling, and Gesine Müller, eds. Literatur leben (Living literature). Festschrift for Ottmar Ette. Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2016.

15. Sabine Damir-Geilsdorf, Ulrike Lindner, Gesine Müller, Oliver Tappe, and Michael Zeuske, eds. Bonded Labour. Global and Comparative Perspectives (18th–21st Century). Bielefeld: transcript, 2016.

14. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, eds. Paisajes sumergidos—Paisajes invisibles. Formas y normas de convivencia en las literaturas y culturas del Caribe (Submerged landscapes—Invisible landscapes. Forms and norms of conviviality in the literatures and cultures of the Caribbean). Berlin: tranvía, 2015.

13. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, eds. Visualisierung, Visibilisierung und Verschriftlichung. Schrift-Bilder und Bild-Schriften im Frankreich des 19. Jahrhunderts (Visualization, visibilization, and textualization. Typefaces and pictorial texts in nineteenth-century France). Berlin: tranvía, 2015.

Reviewed by Markus Raith in Lendemains 41, no. 164 (2016): 118–123.

Reviewed by Anne-Berenike Rothstein in Romanischen Forschungen 128, no. 4 (2016, vol. 4): 537–540.

12. Gesine Müller and Dunia Gras, eds. América latina y literatura mundial. Mercado editorial, redes globales y la invención de un continente (Latin America and global literature. The editorial market, global networks, and the invention of a continent). Nuevos Hispanismos (New Hispanisms), edited by Julio Ortega. Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2015.

Reviewed by Will H. Corral: http://www.iberoamericana-vervuert.es/rese%C3%B1as/­96958_World%20Literature%20Today%20(May%202016).pdf

11. Gesine Müller, ed. Verlag Macht Weltliteratur. Lateinamerikanisch-deutsche Kulturtransfers zwischen internationalem Literaturbetrieb und Übersetzungspolitik (Publishers; power; world literature. Cultural transfers between Latin America and Germany in the context of the international literary business and the politics of translation). Berlin: tranvía, 2014.

Reviewed by Dania Schüürmann: „Fluch des magischen Realismus? Lateinamerikanische Literaturen heute“ (The curse of magical realism? Latin American literatures today). In: KULTonline 47 (2016): http://kult-online.uni-giessen.de/archiv/2016/ausgabe-47/rezensionen/fluch-des-magischen-realismus-lateinamerikanische-literaturen-heute.

10. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, eds. Paisajes vitales. Conflictos, catástrofes y convivencias en Centroamérica y el Caribe (Vital landscapes. Conflicts, catastrophes, and convivialities in Central America and the Caribbean). Berlin: tranvía, 2014.

9. Gesine Müller and Natascha Ueckmann, eds. Kreolisierung revisited. Debatten um ein weltweites Kulturkonzept (Creolization revisited. Debates over a worldwide cultural concept). Bielefeld: transcript, 2013.

8. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, eds. Worldwide. Archipels de la mondialisation. Archipiélagos de la globalización (Worldwide. Archipelagoes of globalization). Frankfurt am Main/Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2012 (with contributions from Naoki Sakai, Jorge Volpi, Yoko Tawada, and Khal Torabully, among others).

7. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, eds. Dossier (102 pages) in Lendemains 143 (2012): “Chorégraphies du paysage littéraire” (Choreographies of the literary landscape)

6. Ottmar Ette, Anne Kraume, Werner Mackenbach, and Gesine Müller, eds. El Caribe como paradigma (The Caribbean as paradigm). Berlin: tranvía, 2012.

5. Ottmar Ette, Werner Mackenbach, Gesine Müller, and Alexandra Ortiz Wallner, eds. Trans(it)Areas. Convivencias en Centroamérica y el Caribe (Trans(it)Areas. Convivialities in Central America and the Caribbean). Berlin: tranvía, 2011.

4. Liliana Gómez, Gesine Müller, eds. Relaciones caribeñas. Entrecruzamientos de dos siglos / Relations caribéennes. Entrecroisements de deux siècles (Caribbean relations. The interweavings of two centuries). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2011.

3. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, eds. Caleidoscopios coloniales. Transferencias culturales en el Caribe del siglo XIX / Kaléidoscopes coloniaux. Transferts culturels dans les Caraïbes au XIXe siècle (Colonial kaleidoscopes. Cultural transferences in the nineteenth-century Caribbean). Frankfurt am Main/Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2010.

2. Albrecht Buschmann and Gesine Müller, eds. Dynamisierte Räume. Zur Theorie der Bewegung in den romanischen Kulturen (Dynamized spaces. On the theory of movement in Romance cultures): http://www.uni-potsdam.de/romanistik/ette/buschmann/dynraum/tagung.html.

1. Gesine Müller and Susanne Stemmler, eds. Raum—Bewegung—Passage. Postkoloniale frankophone Literaturen (Space—Movement—Transit. Postcolonial French-language literatures). Tübingen: Narr, 2009.

Edited Volumes Forthcoming

2. Gesine Müller, Gustavo Guerrero, Jorge Locane, and Benjamin Loy. Cartografías de la literatura (latinoamericana) mundial y sus alternativas. Circuitos, actores y procesos (Cartographies of global [Latin American] literature and its alternatives. Circuits, actors, and processes). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2019.

1. Gesine Müller and Mariano Siskind, eds. World Literature, Cosmopolitanism, Globality: Beyond, Against, Post, Otherwise. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2019.

 

Series Editorship

Co-editor of the series POINTE (Potsdamer inter- und transkulturelle Texte [Potsdam inter- and transcultural texts]) with Ottmar Ette at Olms, Hildesheim (formerly [through December 2015] with Werner Mackenbach and Ottmar Ette at tranvía, Berlin).

Editor of the series “Latin American Literatures in the World/Literaturas Latinoamericanas en el mundo” at De Gruyter, Berlin/Boston.

 

Chapters and Articles

86. “‘Macondo’ y el desafío de sus traducciones globales” (“Macondo” and the challenge of its global translations). In Dossier: “Traducciones y transiciones entre América Latina y la lectura global” (Translations and transitions between Latin America and the global readership), eds. Gesine Müller and Jorge Locane. INTI. Revista de Literatura Hispánica (Spanish literature review) (Providence, Rhode Island) (2018).

85. “García Márquez zwischen Weltliteratur und Literaturen der Welt” (García Márquez between world literature and literatures of the world). In Weltliteratur(en). Zugänge, Modelle, Analysen eines Konzepts im Übergang (World literature[s]. Approaches to, models of, and analyses of a concept in transition), eds. Patricia Gwozdz and Markus Lenz, 99–124. Heidelberg: Winter, 2018.

84. “Conviviality in (Post)Colonial Societies: Caribbean Literature in the Nineteenth Century.” MeciLA Working Paper Series (São Paulo: The Maria Sibylla Merian International Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences, “Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America”) no. 2 (2018), https://www.meriancentre.net/Working-Papers/WP2-online_-FINAL.pdf.

83. “Der Roman als Sammlung von Kurzgeschichten. Das Phänomen der Verknappung in lateinamerikanischen Gegenwartsliteraturen” (The novel as a collection of short stories. The phenomenon of contraction in contemporary Latin American literatures). In Phänomene der Verknappung in den romanischen Sprachen, Literaturen und Kulturen (Phenomena of contraction in Romance languages, literatures, and cultures), eds. Sieglinde Borvitz, Liane Ströbel, and Yasmin Temelli, 209−222. Berlin: Kadmos, 2018.

82. “La novela como conjunto de cuentos. Rupturas de género y estrategias (anti)globalizadoras” (The novel as a collection of stories. Genre disruptions and (anti)globalizing strategies). In Genre and globalization: transformación de géneros en contextos (post-)coloniales (Genre and globalization: the transformation of genres in [post]colonial contexts), ed. Miriam Lay Brander, 263−282. Hildesheim: Olms, 2018.

81. “Re-mapping World Literature desde Macondo” (Remapping world literature from Macondo). In Re-Mapping World Literature. Writing, Book Markets and Epistemologies between Latin America and the Global South / Escrituras, mercados y epistemologías entre América Latina y el Sur Global, eds. Gesine Müller, Jorge Locane, and Benjamin Loy, 157–174. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2018.

80. “Karibische Literaturen zwischen ‘Weltliteratur’ und ‘Literaturen der Welt’” (Caribbean literatures between “world literature” and “literatures of the world”). Dossier “Les Antilles et les littératures du monde” (The Antilles and the literatures of the world), eds. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller. Lendemains (Tübingen) XLII, no. 168 (2017): 73–84.

79. “Antonio Machado y la literatura mundial” (Antonio Machado and world literature). In Poesía española en el mundo. Procesos de filtrado, selección y canonización (Spanish poetry in the world. Processes of filtering, selection, and canonization), eds. Gesine Müller and Jorge Locane, 39−60. Madrid: Vervuert/Iberoamericana, 2017.

78. (with Jorge Locane) “Introducción” (Introduction). In Poesía española en el mundo. Procesos de filtrado, selección y canonización (Spanish poetry in the world. Processes of filtration, selection, and canonization), eds. Jorge Locane and Gesine Müller, 9–24. Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2017.

77. “Juan Gabriel Vásquez: ¿representante de una nueva literatura universal?” (Juan Gabriel Vásquez: Representative of a new universal literature?). In Juan Gabriel Vásquez: Una arqueología del pasado reciente (Juan Gabriel Vásquez: An archeology of the recent past), ed. Karim Benmiloud, 323−333. Rennes: PUF, 2017.

76. “La relación ‘hombre-animal’ como desafío de la traducción cultural entre América Latina y Europa” (The “human-animal” relationship as a challenge in cultural translation between Latin America and Europe). In La traducción desde, en y hacia Latinoamérica. Perspectivas literarias y lingüísticas (Translation from, in, and to Latin America. Literary and linguistic perspectives), eds. Silke Jansen and Gesine Müller, 17−30. Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2017.

75. (with Silke Jansen) “Introducción” (Introduction). In La traducción desde, en y hacia Latinoamérica. Perspectivas literarias y lingüísticas (Translation from, in, and to Latin America. Literary and linguistic perspectives), eds. Silke Jansen and Gesine Müller, 9–16. Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2017.

74. “El debate sobre la literatura mundial y sus dimensiones editoriales: la región del Caribe a modo de ejemplo” (The debate on global literature and its editorial dimensions: the Caribbean region as an example). Revista chilena 96 (2017): 67–85.

73. “El debate sobre literatura mundial y la cuestión editorial: procesos de selección en la editorial Suhrkamp” (The debate on global literature and the editorial question: Processes of selection in the Suhrkamp Press). Dossier: “El debate sobre literatura mundial y la cuestión editorial: el caso de América Latina” (The debate on global literature and the editorial question: The case of Latin America), ed. Gesine Müller. INTI. Revista de Literatura Hispánica (Spanish literature review). (Providence, Rhode Island) 85/86 (2017): 113–128.

72. “Dennoch für eine Histoire croisée: die literaturwissenschaftliche Karibikforschung als Modellfall” (Nevertheless, for an histoire croisée: Literary research on the Caribbean as a case study). In Romanistik in Bewegung (Romance Studies in movement), eds. Julian Drews, Anne Kern, Tobias Kraft, Benjamin Loy, and Marie-Therese Mäder, 221−236. Berlin: Kadmos, 2017.

71. “La Révolution haïtienne: premiers témoignages de représentation transmédiale” (The Haitian revolution: The first testimonials through transmedial representation). In Mémoires transmédiales: Geschichte und Gedächtnis in der Karibik und ihrer Diaspora (Transmedial memories: History and memory in the Caribbean and its disapora), eds. Gisela Febel and Natascha Ueckmann, 45−60. Berlin: Frank & Timme, 2017.

70. “Writing In-Between: Transcultural Positionings of the Free People of Color in Nineteenth-Century Louisiana.” In New Orleans and the Global South. Caribbean, Creolization, Carnival, ed. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, 115–133. Hildesheim: Olms, 2017.

69. (with Sylvester Bubel) “Entre estética y política. Ideas de una literatura mundial en la correspondencia Unseld–Paz” (Between aesthetics and politics: Ideas of a global literature in the correspondence between Unseld and Paz). In iMex. México Interdisciplinario/Interdisciplinary Mexico X: Octavio Paz y José Revueltas: las dos caras de México (Octavio Paz and José Revueltas: The two faces of Mexico) 2 (2016) [eds. Vittoria Borsò and Yasmin Temelli]: 108–117.

68. “Transkoloniale Dimensionen zwischen Guadeloupe und Kuba: Maryse Condé und Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda” (Transcolonial dimensions between Guadeloupe and Cuba: Maryse Condé and Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda). In Literatur leben (Living literature), eds. Albrecht Buschmann, Julian Drews, Tobias Kraft, Anne Kraume, Markus Messling, and Gesine Müller, 137–145. Festschrift for Ottmar Ette. Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2016.

67. (with Johanna Abel) “Cultural Forms of Representation of ‘Coolies’: Khal Torabully and His Concept of Coolitude.” In Bonded Labour. Global and Comparative Perspectives (18th–21st Century), eds. Sabine Damir-Geilsdorf, Ulrike Lindner, Gesine Müller, Oliver Tappe, and Michael Zeuske, 219–228. Bielefeld: transcript, 2016.

66. “Mme de Duras et la comtesse Merlin: les Caraïbes à Paris ou le mouvement comme condition de l’écriture?” (Mme de Duras and the Countess Merlin: The Caribbean in Paris or the movement as a condition of writing?). In Les femmes en mouvement—L’univers sentimental et intellectuel des romancières du début du XIXe siècle (Women in movement—The sentimental and intellectual universe of early-nineteenth-century female novelists), eds. Fabienne Bercegol and Cornelia Klettke, 333–352. Berlin: Frank & Timme, 2016.

65. “Políticas de la crítica o la crítica en crísis: el caso de Mario Vargas Llosa” (The politics of criticism or criticism in crisis: The case of Mario Vargas Llosa). In Politik der Kritik. Ideologie, Geschichte und Akteure der Literaturkritik (The politics of criticism. The ideology, history, and actors of literary criticism), eds. Sergio Ugalde Quintana and Ottmar Ette, 325–336. Madrid/Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2016.

64. “Konvivenz und Relationalität im französischen Kolonialreich. Atlantische und pazifische Meerlandschaften im Vergleich” (Conviviality and relationality in the French colonial sphere. A comparison of Atlantic and Pacific seascapes). In Brücken bauen—Kulturwissenschaft aus interkultureller und multidisziplinärer Perspektive. Festschrift für Dorothee Röseberg zum 65. Geburtstag (Building bridges—Cultural theory from an intercultural and multidisciplinary perspective. Festschrift for Dorothee Röseberg on her 65th birthday), eds. Marie-Therese Mäder, Chantal Metzger, Stefanie Neubert, Adjaï Paulin Oloukpona-Yinnon, and Louise Schellenberg, 257–272. Bielefeld: transcript, 2016.

63. “O romance como coletânea de contos. O fenômeno da redução nas literaturas contemporâneas latino-americanas” (The novel as a collection of short stories. The phenomenon of contraction in contemporary Latin American literatures). In Dossier: “Pensar a cultura latino-americana contemporânea” (Thinking about contemporary Latin American culture), eds. Elena Palmero González and Ottmar Ette), in Alea. Estudos Neolatinos 18, no. 2 (May–August 2016): 329–343. Available online at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/alea/v18n2/1517-106X-alea-18-2-0329.pdf

62. “El mito de la Revolución haitiana fuera y dentro del Caribe. Escenificaciones literarias” (The myth of the Haitian revolution outside and within the Caribbean. Literary stagings). In Paradojas de la modernidad. Secularización y producción de mitos en España, Latinoamérica y el Caribe (Paradoxes of modernity. The secularization and production of myths in Spain, Latin America, and the Caribbean), ed. Claudia Hammerschmidt, 175–188. Potsdam/London: INOLAS, 2015.

61. “L’homme, l’animal et la découverte du nouveau monde: Le merveilleux ou l’effrayant dans les Crónicas et dans la Nueva Novela Histórica” (Humans and animals and the discovery of the New World: The wonderful or the frightening in the Crónicas and in the new historical novel). In Mirabiliratio. Das Wunderbare im Zugriff der frühneuzeitlichen Vernunft (Mirabiliratio. The marvelous in the grip of early modern reason), ed. Christoph Strosetzki, 235–246. Heidelberg: Winter (supplements to Euphorion), 2015.

60. “Goethe auf Haiti? Post/koloniale Landschaftsdynamiken in der Literatur der spanischen und französischen Karibik (18./19. Jahrhundert)” (Goethe in Haiti? Post/colonial landscape dynamics in the literature of the eighteenth-to-nineteenth-century French and Spanish Caribbean). In Der Garten im Fokus kultureller Diskurse im 18. Jahrhundert: The Garden in the Focus of Cultural Discourses in the Eighteenth Century, eds. Kirsten Dickhaut, Ottmar Ette, and Peter Wagner, 199–212. Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2015.

59. “Visualisierung und Verschriftlichung. Landschaft bei Victor Hugo” (Visualization and textualization. The landscape in Hugo). In Visualisierung, Visibilisierung und Verschriftlichung. Frankreich im 19. Jahrhundert (Visualization, visibilization, and textualization. Nineteenth-century France), eds. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, 171–186. Berlin: tranvía, 2015.

58. “Vom ‘Genuß der Dinge, die wir so weit herholen…’: Hautfarbe und Zucker bei J. B. Labat und G. Th. Raynal” (On the “pleasure of things that we bring from so far away . . .” : Skin color and sugar in J. B. Labat and G. Th. Raynal). In Präsenz und Evidenz fremder Dinge im 18. Jahrhundert (The presence and evidence of foreign things in the eighteenth century), ed. Birgit Neumann, 356–372. 18. Jahrhundert (Eighteenth century). Göttingen: Wallstein, 2015.

57. “Otra isla del Caribe: Nueva Orleans, centro de los procesos de circulación francófonos” (The other Caribbean island: New Orleans, center of French-language circulation processes). In Paisajes sumergidos—Paisajes invisibles. Formas y normas de convivencia en las literaturas y culturas del Caribe (Submerged landscapes—Invisible landscapes. Forms and norms of conviviality in the literatures and cultures of the Caribbean), eds. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, 65–86. Berlin: tranvía, 2015.

56. (with Sylvester Bubel) “Kommentar zu ‘I. Kontakte’” (Commentaries on “I. Contacts”). In Lateinamerikanische Kulturtheorie. Grundlagentexte (Latin American cultural studies. Basic texts), eds. Isabel Exner and Gudrun Rath, 111–118. Konstanz: Konstanz University Press, 2015.

55. “La Revue des colonies comme média de transfert au sein d’une diaspora francophone transatlantique” (The Colonial review as a transfer medium at the heart of a transatlantic French-speaking diaspora). In L’Atlantique littéraire: Perspectives théoriques sur la constitution d’un espace translinguistique (The literary Atlantic: Theoretical perspectives on the constitution of a translinguistic space), eds. Isabel Exner and Gudrun Rath, 125–142. Hildesheim: Olms, 2015.

54. “Konstruktion von Weltliteratur und Verlagspolitiken. Der Lateinamerika-Nachlass des Suhrkampverlags” (The construction of world literature and publishing policies: The Suhrkamp Verlagʼs Latin America legacy). In Buchmarkt, Buchindustrie und Buchmessen in Deutschland, Spanien und Lateinamerika (The book market, the book industry, and book fairs in Germany, Spain, and Latin America), ed. Marco Thomas Bosshard, 147–160. Berlin/Münster: LIT, 2015.

53. (with Johanna Abel) “Korallen: Migration und Transozeanität: Khal Torabully/Indian Diaspora” (Corals: Migration and transoceanism: Khal Torabullyl/Indian diaspora). In Handbuch Literatur und Raum (Manual of literature and space), eds. Jörg Dünne and Andreas Mahler, 505–514. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015.

52. “La revolución haitiana y las huellas de la Ilustración: recepciones literarias en el Caribe colonial” (The Haitian revolution and the traces of the Enlightenment: Literary receptions in the colonial Caribbean). In Actas del Congreso Internacional “América del Sur y el movimiento ilustrado” (Minutes of the International Conference “South America and the Enlightenment movement”) (Asociación Argentina de Estudios del Siglo XVIII [Argentine Association for Eighteenth-Century Studies], April 9–11, 2014), eds. María Cecilia Barelli, Pablo Escalante Stambole, and Romina Pulley, 235–245. Santa Fe: Universidad Nacional del Litoral, 2015. E-Book: http://www.aaes18.com.ar/attachments/article/3/Actas-Congreso-Internacional.pdf.

51. “¿Literatura mundial o literaturas mundiales? Un estudio de caso de las letras latinoamericanas en la editorial Suhrkamp” (Global literature or global literatures? A case study of Latin American letters at Suhrkamp Press). In América Latina y la Literatura Mundial: mercado editorial, redes globales y la invención de un continente (Latin America and global literature: The editorial market, global networks, and the invention of a continent), eds. Gesine Müller and Dunia Gras, 81–98. Nuevos Hispanismos (New Hispanisms), ed. Julio Ortega. Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2015.

50. “‘Nunca se llega a ser caribeño de todo.’ Saber convivir en una dimensión transcolonial o literaturas caribenas en el siglo XIX” (“One can never be completely Caribbean.” Knowing how to live together in a transcolonial dimension, or Caribbean literatures in the nineteenth century). In La filología como ciencia de la vida (Philology as a science of life), eds. Ottmar Ette and Sergio Ugalde Quintana, 65–86. México, D.F: Universidad Iberoamericana, 2015.

49. “Leserherausforderung als Bedingung für Weltliteratur? S. Beckett, M. Duras, O. Paz und D. Ribeiro im Suhrkamp-Nachlass” (Challenging the reader as a condition for global literature? S. Beckett, M. Duras, O. Paz, and D. Ribeiro in the Suhrkamp legacy). In Erschwerte Lektüren. Der literarische Text im 20. Jahrhundert als Herausforderung für den Leser (Readings made difficult. The twentieth-century literary text as a challenge for the reader), eds. Helke Kuhn and Beatrice Nickel, 59–76. Tübingen: Narr, 2014.

48. “Vers une archipélisation de l’Europe? La production culturelle des Caraïbes et de l’océan Indien” (Towards an archipelago-ization of Europe? The cultural production of the Caribbeans and the Indian Ocean). Lendemains 39, no. 154/155 (2014): 260–266.

47. “El fenómeno de ‘remigración’ en el Caribe colonial. Puestas en escenas en literaturas francófonas e hispanófonas” (The phenomenon of “remigration” in the colonial Caribbean. Stagings in Spanish- and French-language literatures). In Return Migration in Romance Cultures, eds. Marco Thomas Bosshard and Andreas Gelz, 187–202. Freiburg: Rombach, 2014.

46. “Die Karibik als privilegierter Ort für Theorie-Produktion. Von der antillanité zum tout-monde” (The Caribbean as a privileged site for the production of cultural theories. From Antillanité to the tout-monde). In Nach der Hybridität. Zukünfte der Kulturtheorie (After hybridity. Futures of cultural theory), eds. Ottmar Ette and Uwe Wirth, 155–166. Berlin: tranvía, 2014.

45. “Literaturen der Amerikas und ihre Rezeption in Deutschland” (Literatures of the Americas and their reception in Germany). In Verlag Macht Weltliteratur. Lateinamerikanisch-deutsche Kulturtransfers zwischen internationalem Literaturbetrieb und Übersetzungspolitik (Publishers; power; world literature. Cultural transfers between Latin America and Germany in the context of the international literary business and the politics of translation), ed. Gesine Müller, 117–132. Berlin: tranvía, 2014.

44. “Lamartine, Hugo, Maynard de Queilhe und Levilloux: ‘Haiti als Katastrophe’ oder ‘Das Schweigen über Haiti’?” (Lamartine, Hugo, Maynard de Queilhe, and Levilloux: “Haiti as a catastrophe” or “The silence around Haiti”?). In Unfälle der Sprache. Literarische und philologische Erkundungen der Katastrophe (Accidents of language. Literary and philological explorations of catastrophe), eds. Judith Kasper and Ottmar Ette, 175–192. Vienna: Turia+Kant, 2014.

43. “Processes of cultural transfer in 19th-century literature: The Caribbean within the context of the cultural radiance of Europe, exemplified by France and Spain (1789-1886).” In Transatlantic Caribbean, eds. Ingrid Kummels, Claudia Rauhut, Stefan Rinke, and Birte Timm, 239–252. Global Studies. Bielefeld: transcript, 2014.

42. “Las letras: el Caribe francófono e hispanófono en el siglo XIX” (Letters: the nineteenth-century French- and Spanish-speaking Caribbean). In Historia comparada de las Antillas (A comparative history of the Antilles), ed. José Antonio Piqueras Arenas, 673–706. Historia de las Antillas (History of the Antilles), vol. 5. Aranjuez: Ediciones Doce Calles, 2014.

41. “La littérature mondiale comme stratégie? Les littératures francophones et hispanophones chez Suhrkamp, objet d’une romanistique interculturelle” (Global literature as a strategy. French- and Spanish-language literatures at Suhrkamp as the object of an intercultural Romance Studies). Dossier: “La romanistique allemande” (German Romance Studies), eds. Michel Espagne and Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink. Revue germanique 19 (2014): 65–79.

40. “Frankophone Literaturen außerhalb Frankreichs/Karibik” (French-language literatures outside France and the Caribbean). In Französische Literaturgeschichte (French literary history), eds. Jürgen Grimm and Susanne Hartwig, 447–458. Stuttgart/Weimar: Metzler, 2014.

39. “J.-M.G. Le Clézio, Glissant, Epeli Hau’Ofa: Avantgarden in Ozeanien” (J.-M.G. Le Clézio, Glissant, and Epeli Hau’Ofa: Avant-gardes in Oceania). In Avantgarde und Modernismus. Dezentrierung, Subversion und Transformation im literarisch-künstlerischen Feld (Avant-garde and modernism. Decentralization, subversion, and transformation in the literary-artistic sphere), ed. Wolfgang Asholt, 169–180. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014.

38. “Paisajes coloniales en el Caribe en el siglo XIX: transferencias culturales en las literaturas francófonas e hispanófonas” (Cultural landscapes in the nineteenth-century Caribbean: Cultural transferences in French- and Spanish-language literatures). In Paisajes vitales. Conflictos, catástrofes y convivencias en Centroamérica y el Caribe (Vital landscapes. Conflicts, catastrophes, and convivialities in Central America and the Caribbean), eds. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, 53–76. Berlin: tranvía, 2014.

37. “Literaturen des Dazwischen: Die Karibik als Modellfall” (Literatures of the in-between: The Caribbean as case study). In “Le passage,” “Der Übergang.” Esthétique du discours, écritures, histoires et réceptions croisées. Diskursästhetik, Schreibverfahren, Perspektiven und Rezeptionen (The transition. Discursive aesthetics, the writing process, perspectives, and receptions), eds. Ingrid Lacheny, Henning Fauser, and Bérénice Zunino, 1–14. Convergences, vol. 76. Brussels/Paris/Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2014.

36. “From The Novel (1966) to The Art of the Novel (2000). Readings of Vargas Llosa as Topos of Latin American Disenchantment.” Dossier: Iconic and Emerging Writers and Artists in Latin America, eds. Carmen Boullosa and Jorge Volpi. Review 46, no. 1 (2013): 20–25.

35. “Raphaël Confiant: Adèle et la pacotilleuse als Modell karibischer Theorieproduktion” (Raphaël Confiant: Adèle et la pacotilleuse as a model for Caribbean theoretical production). In Sondierungen: Lateinamerikanische Literaturen im 21. Jahrhundert (Soundings: Latin American literatures in the twenty-first century), eds. Rike Bolte and Susanne Klengel, 209–211. Biblioteca Ibero-Americana (Ibero-American library). Frankfurt am Main/Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2013.

34. “Die französische und spanische Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert” (The nineteenth-century French and Spanish Caribbean). In America Romana. Perspektiven transarealer Vernetzungen (America Romana. Perspectives on transareal interconnections), eds. Andre Klump, Christine Felbeck, and Johannes Kramer, 91–112. Munich: Meidenbauer, 2013.

33. “Cuba como nuevo laboratorio de teorías: posiciones de los estudios culturales después del Periodo Especial” (Cuba as a laboratory for theories: The positions of cultural studies since Cubaʼs “Special Period in Time of Peace”). Iberoamericana 12, no. 48 (2012): 205–212.

32. “Victor Hugo y Pierre Loti: los océanos como paradigmas culturales” (Victor Hugo and Pierre Loti: Oceans as cultural paradigms). In TransPacífico. Conexiones y convivencias en AsiAméricas. Un simposio transareal (TransPacific. Connections and convivialities in the AsiAmericas. A transareal symposium), eds. Ottmar Ette, Werner Mackenbach, and Horst Nitschack, 159–178. Berlin: tranvía, 2013.

31. “Vom Hunger nach Guaven und Goethe. Literatur als LebensMittel in der kolonialen Karibik” (On the hunger for guavas and Goethe. Literature as food for life in the colonial Caribbean). In LebensMittel. Essen und Trinken in den Künsten und Kulturen (Food for life. Eating and drinking in the arts and cultures), eds. Ottmar Ette, Veronika Sellier, and Yvette Sánchez, 91–104. Zurich: Diaphanes, 2013.

30. “Chateaubriand und Hugo in der Karibik. Literarische Inszenierungen des Anderen oder die omnipräsente Rezeption der französischen Romantik” (Chateaubriand and Hugo in the Caribbean. Literary stagings of the Other or the omnipresent reception of French Romanticism). In Das Andere Schreiben. Diskursivierungen von Alterität in Texten der Romania (16.–19. Jahrhundert) (Writing the Other. “Discursivizations” of alterity in sixteenth- to nineteenth-century Romance texts), eds. Susanne Greilich and Karen Struve, 213–224. Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann, 2013.

29. (with Natascha Ueckmann) “Einleitung: Kreolisierung als weltweites Kulturmodell?” (Introduction: Creolization as a global cultural model?). In Kreolisierung revisited. Debatten um ein weltweites Kulturmodell (Creolization revisited. Debates over a global cultural model), eds. Gesine Müller and Natascha Ueckmann, 7–42. Bielefeld: transcript, 2013.

28. “La littérature jaune. Gustave d’Alaux und frühe Zeugnisse haitianischer Literaturgeschichts­schreibung” (La littérature jaune. Gustave dʼAlaux and early evidence of Haitian literary historiography). In Wort—Macht—Stamm (Word—Power—Tribe), eds. Markus Messling and Ottmar Ette, 239–252. Munich: Fink 2013.

27. “Pensée archipélique versus francophonie. La mise en scène littéraire de l’inclusion et de l’exclusion” (Archipelagic thinking versus Francophony: The literary staging of inclusion and exclusion). In Worldwide. Archipels de la mondialisation. Archipiélagos de la globalización (Worldwide. Archipelagoes of globalization), eds. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, 113–128. Madrid/Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert, 2012.

26. “Chorégraphies des paysages coloniaux: Victor Hugo et Pierre Loti” (Choreographies of colonial landscapes: Victor Hugo and Pierre Loti). Dossier: Chorégraphies du paysage littéraire (Choreographies of the literary landscape), eds. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller. Lendemains 37, no. 145 (2012): 88–101.

25. “‘Nunca se llega a ser caribeño de todo.’ ZusammenLebensWissen in transkolonialer Dimension. Oder: karibische Literaturen im 19. Jahrhundert” (“One can never be completely Caribbean.” Transcolonial dimensions of living-knowing-together. Or: Nineteenth-century Caribbean literatures). In Wissensformen und Wissensnormen des Zusammenlebens. Literatur—Kultur—Geschichte—Gesellschaft (The forms and norms of knowledge about conviviality. Literature—Culture—History—Society), ed. Ottmar Ette, 192–205. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2012.

24. “Modelos caribeños de producción teórica: desde la Martinica al Tout-Monde” (Caribbean models of theoretical production: From Martinique to the tout-monde). In El caribe como paradigma. Convivencias y coincidencias históricas, culturales y estéticas. Un simposio transareal (The Caribbean as paradigm. Historical, cultural, and aesthetic convivialities and coincidences. A transareal symposium), eds. Ottmar Ette, Anne Kraume, Werner Mackenbach, Gesine Müller, 43–57. Berlin: tranvía, 2012.

23. “Koloniale Achsen und ihre literarischen Repräsentationen in der Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert: Utopien vom Zusammenleben in transkolonialen Dimensionen” (Colonial axes and their literary representations in the nineteenth-century Caribbean: Transcolonial dimensions of utopias of conviviality). In Literarische Stadtutopien zwischen totalitärer Gewalt und Ästhetisierung (Literary urban utopias between totalitarian violence and aestheticization), ed. Barbara Ventarola, 321–338. Munich: Meidenbauer, 2011.

22. “El Caribe como caleidoscopio de dinámicas coloniales (1789–1886)” (The Caribbean as a kaleidoscope of colonial dynamics [1789–1886]). In Relaciones caribeñas. Entrecruzamientos de dos siglos / Relations caribéennes. Entrecroisements de deux siècles (Caribbean relations. Interweavings of two centuries), eds. Liliana Gómez and Gesine Müller, 13–36. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2011.

21. “Exil als Heimat—Heimat als Exil? Zur romantischen Inszenierung und Entwurzelung bei Literaten der karibischen Kolonien Frankreichs und Spaniens (1838–1844)” (Exile as homeland—homeland as exile? On romantic staging and uprootedness in writers of Franceʼs and Spainʼs Caribbean colonies [1838–1844]). In Exildiskurse der Romantik in der europäischen und lateinamerikanischen Literatur (Discourses of exile in Romanticism in European and Latin American literature), eds. Frank Estelmann, Olaf Müller, 227–242. Tübingen: Narr, 2011.

20. “Del pueblo al público o la revolución cubana revis(it)ada por parte de los autores del boom” (From the pueblo to the public, or the Cuban revolution reviewed/revisited by the Boom authors). In Cuba: La Revolución revis(it)ada (Cuba: The revolution reviewed/revisited), eds. Andrea Gremels and Roland Spiller, 139–150. Tübingen: Narr, 2010.

19. “Independencia y abolición en cuestión. Migración y circulación de ideas en dos espacios coloniales en la literatura del Caribe español y francés del siglo XIX (E. M. de Hostos y Xavier Eyma)” (Considering independence and abolition. The migration and circulation of ideas in two colonial spaces in the literature of the nineteenth-century Spanish and French Caribbean [E. M. de Hostos y Xavier Eyma]). In Diasporische Bewegungen im transatlantischen Raum. Diasporic Movements—Movimientos diaspóricos (Diasporic movements in the transatlantic space), eds. Stefanie Kron, Martha Zapata, and Birgit zur Nieden, 105–120. Berlin: tranvía, 2010.

18. “Les Caraïbes coloniales entre multirelationnalité et bipolarité. Processus de transferts dans les littératures francophones et hispanophones” (The colonial Caribbean between multirelationality and bipolarity. Transfer processes in French- and Spanish-language literatures). In Caleidoscopios coloniales. Transferencias culturales en el Caribe del siglo XIX / Kaléidoscopes coloniaux. Transferts culturels dans les Caraïbes au XIXe siècle (Colonial kaleidoscopes. Cultural tranferences in the nineteenth-century Caribbean), eds. Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller, 449–470. Frankfurt am Main/Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2010.

17. “‘Au lieu d’obélisques, il a ses palmiers’: Kulturkontakte zwischen alten und neuen Räumen. Literarische Momentaufnahmen der französischen und spanischen Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert” (“Instead of obelisks, it has its palm trees”: Cultural contacts between old and new spaces. Literary snapshots of the French and Spanish Caribbean in the nineteenth century). In Tout-Monde: Kommunikations- und gesellschaftstheoretische Modelle zwischen „alten“ und „neuen“ Räumen (The “tout-monde”: models of communication and social theory between “old” and “new” spaces), eds. Ralph Ludwig and Dorothee Röseberg, 177–196. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.

16. “Entre la francofilia y las aspiraciones de autonomía: Una mirada desde el Caribe sobre las diferentes constelaciones postcoloniales. (Un estudio de los casos de Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda y Louis Maynard de Queilhe)” (Between Francophilia and aspirations to independence: A view from the Caribbean onto the various postcolonial constellations [A case study of Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda and Louis Maynard de Queilhe]). In Escribiendo la Independencia. Perspectivas postcoloniales sobre la literatura hispanoamericana del siglo XIX (Writing independence. Postcolonial perspectives on nineteenth-century Spanish-American literature), eds. Robert Folger and Stephan Leopold, 125–139. Frankfurt am Main/Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 2010.

15. “Transnationales Wissen in Lope de Vegas ‘El gran duque de Moscovia y emperador perseguido’” (Transnational knowledge in Lope de Vegaʼs “El gran duque de Moscovia y emperador perseguido”). In El sabio y el ocio. Zu Gelehrsamkeit und Muße in der spanischen Literatur und Kultur des Siglo de Oro. Festschrift für Christoph Strosetzki zum 60. Geburtstag (El sabio y el ocio [The scholar and leisure]. On scholarship and leisure in the literature and culture of the Spanish Golden Age), eds. Martin Baxmeyer, Michaela Peters, and Ursel Schaubs, 393–402. Tübingen: Narr, 2009.

14. “‘Je me suis rencontré entre deux siècles comme au confluent de deux fleuves...’ Dynamiken des kolonialen Status quo in der französischen und spanischen Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert” (“I met myself between two centuries, as though at the confluence of two rivers . . .” Dynamics of the colonial status quo in the nineteenth-century French and Spanish Caribbean). In Dynamisierte Räume. Zur Theorie der Bewegung in den romanischen Kulturen (Dynamized spaces. On the theory of movement in Romance cultures), eds. Albrecht Buschmann and Gesine Müller. Potsdam, 2009:
www.uni-potsdam.de/romanistik/ette/buschmann/dynraum/mueller.html.

13. “‘Une misérable petite île! moins qu’une île…’ Raumdynamiken und koloniale Positionierung in der Literatur der spanischen und französischen Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert” (“A miserable little island! less than an island . . .” Spatial dynamics and colonial positioning in the literature of the nineteenth-century Spanish and French Caribbean). In Raum—Bewegung—Passage. Postkoloniale frankophone Literaturen (Space—Movement—Transit. Postcolonial French-language literatures), eds. Gesine Müller and Susanne Stemmler, 87–100. Tübingen: Narr, 2009.

12. “Mensch und Tier und die Entdeckung der Neuen Welt: zur Darstellung in den Crónicas und ihrer Rezeption im neuen historischen Roman” (Humans and animals and the discovery of the New World: On their representation in the Crónicas and its reception in the new historical novel). In Über die Grenzen des natürlichen Lebens: Inszenierungsformen des Tier-Mensch-Maschine-Verhältnisses in der Iberoromania (On the limits of natural life: Forms of representation of the animal-human-machine relationship in Ibero-Romance literature), eds. Claudia Leitner and Christopher F. Laferl, 85–95. Münster/Vienna: LIT, 2009.

11. “Lire la lecture de Carlos Fuentes en Allemagne” (Reading the reading of Carlos Fuentes in Germany). In Literature in Cultural Contexts. Rethinking the Canon in Comparative Perspectives, eds. Thomas Bremer and Susanne Schütz, 259–278. Halle: Martin-Luther-University, 2009.

10. “Conceptos de ciudadanía en vísperas de la independencia: los literatos caribeños y su contribución al nation-building” (Concepts of citizenship on the eve of independence: Caribbean writers and their contribution to nation building). In Ciudadanía vivida, (in)seguridades e interculturalidad (Lived citizenship, [in]securities and interculturalism), eds. Barbara Potthast, Juliana Ströbele-Gregor, and Dörte Wollrad, 122–131. Buenos Aires: Nueva Sociedad, 2008.

9. “Gustavo Álvarez Gardeazábal: Varianten literarischer Inszenierung des kolumbianischen Bürgerkriegs” (Gustavo Álvarez Gardeazábal: Variations on the literary representation of the Colombian civil war). In Literaturen des Bürgerkriegs (Literatures of the civil war), eds. Anja Bandau, Albrecht Buschmann, and Isabella von Treskow, 105–119. Berlin: TRAFO, 2008.

8. “Variantes de miradas caribeñas hacia constelaciones (pos-)coloniales: Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda y Maryse Condé” (Variations of Caribbean views on (post)colonial constellations: Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda and Maryse Condé). In Diferencia minoritaria en Latinoamérica / Diferença minoritária na America Latina (Minority difference in Latin America), eds. Cornelia Sieber, Eduardo Guerreiro Brito Losso, and Claudia Gronemann, 43–50. Hildesheim/Zurich/New York: Olms, 2008.

7. “El papel de la literatura en la lucha por la independencia de las colonias caribeñas de Francia y España” (The role of literature in the French and Spanish Caribbean coloniesʼ struggle for independence). In Actas del XVI Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (Minutes of the sixteenth conference of the International Association of Hispanists), eds. Pierre Civil and Françoise Crémoux. Paris, 2007 (CD).

6. “Conceptos de Ciudadanía en vísperas de la independencia: literatos caribeños y su contribución al nationbuilding. Los casos de Heredia y Maynard de Queilhe” (Concepts of citizenship on the eve of independence: Caribbean writers and their contribution to nation building. The cases of Heredia and Maynard de Queilhe). In LASA 2007. After the Washington Consensus: Collaborative Scholarship for a new América. Montreal, 2007 (CD).

5. “La ‘identidad esencialista’ en cuestión. Algunas reflexiones sobre el cambio paradigmático en la obra de Carlos Fuentes” (Considering “essentialist identity.” Some reflections on the paradigm shift in the work of Carlos Fuentes). In Jornadas Andinas de Literatura Latino-Americana (JALLA). Bogotá: Pontifícia Universidad Javeriana, Instituto Pensar, 2006 (CD).

4. “El proyecto de una identidad latinoamericana—¿un intento abandonado? Los autores del ‘boom’ hoy en día” (The project of a Latin American identity—An abandoned attempt? The Boom authors today). In Boom y Postboom desde el nuevo siglo: impacto y recepción (Boom and post-Boom in the new century: impact and reception), eds. José Manuel López de Abiada and José Morales Saravia, 162–174. Madrid: Verbum, 2005.

3.  “Las novelas del Boom como provocación canónica: variantes de la recepción literaria en la Onda y el Crack” (The novels of the Boom as a canonical provocation: Variations on the literary reception in the Onda and the Crack). Revista de crítica literaria latinoamericana 59 (2005): 43–52.

2. “Identidad colectiva entre literatura y política: C. Fuentes y el Crack como representantes de dos generaciones de intelectuales mexicanos” (Collective identity between literature and politics: C. Fuentes and the Crack as representatives of two generations of Mexican intellectuals). In Las modernidades de México: espacios, procesos, trayectorías (Mexicoʼs modernities: Spaces, processes, trajectories), ed. Günther Maihold, 391–413. Mexico City: Porrúa, 2004.

1. “Conceptos de identidad en textos narrativos y dramáticos: una comparación de géneros en la obra de Carlos Fuentes” (Concepts of identity in narrative and dramatic texts: A comparison of genres in the work of Carlos Fuentes). In Identidad en el teatro español e hispanoamericano contemporáneo (Identity in contemporary Spanish and Spanish-American theater), eds. Susanne Hartwig and Klaus Pörtl, 198–206. Frankfurt am Main: Valentia 2003.

 

Forthcoming Articles

17.  “Gatekeeping and the Conceptualization of World Literature in the Publishing Industry. The Case of Siegfried Unseld and Octavio Paz.” In Cartografías de la literatura (latinoamericana) mundial y sus alternativas. Circuitos, actores y procesos (Cartographies of global [Latin American] literature and its alternatives. Circuits, actors, and processes), eds. Gesine Müller, Gustavo Guerrero, Jorge Locane, and Benjamin Loy. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2019.

16.  “Debating World Literature without the World: Ideas for Materializing Literary Studies Based on Examples from Latin American and the Caribbean.” In World Literature, Cosmopolitanism, Globality: Beyond, Against, Post, Otherwise, eds. Gesine Müller and Mariano Siskind. Latin American Literatures in the World / Literaturas Latinoamericanas en el Mundo, ed. Gesine Müller. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2019.

15.  “¿Cómo se hace la literatura mundial? Con unos ejemplos desde el Sur Global” (How is world literature created? With some examples from the global South). In El libro y sus circunstancias. In memoriam. K. D. Vervuert (The book and its circumstances. In memoriam K. D. Vervuert), eds. Ruth Fine, Aurelio Gonzalez, Mariano de la Campa, and Christoph Strosetzki. Frankfurt am Main/Madrid: Vervuert/Iberoamericana.

14.  “Transnational Challenges for World Literatures: Publishing Caribbean Writers”. In Transnational, eds. Iulia Dondorici and Kai Wiegand. Berlin: De Gruyter.

13.  “Literaturas de las Américas en el programa internacional de la editorial Suhrkamp: desafíos transculturales de una selección” (Literatures of the Americas in the international program of Suhrkamp Press: the transcultural challenges of a selection). In Orden y desorden. Reflexiones interdisciplinarias en torno al estudio de catálogos, colecciones y circulación del libro (Order and disorder. Interdisciplinary reflections around the study of book catalogues, collections, and circulation), eds. Marina Garone Gravier, Freja Ininna Cervantes Becerril, María José Ramos de Hoyos, and Mercedes I. Salomón Salazar. Mexico City, projected 2018.

12.  “Robert Müllers Hybridisierungsvisionen im Kontext karibischer Literatur- und Kulturtheorie” (Robert Müllers visions of hybridization in the context of Caribbean literary and cultural theory). In (Ibero-)Romanisch-Germanische ZwischenWelten. Exilliteratur als Zeugnis und Motor einer vernetzten Welt. ([Ibero-]Romance-Germanic BetweenWorlds. Exilic literature as witness and motor of a networked world), eds. Sonja Arnold and Lydia Schmuck. Frankfurt am Main/New York: Peter Lang, projected 2018.

11.  “¿Cómo surge la literatura mundial entre la estética y la comercialización? Dinámicas globales de la canonización: Gabriel García Márquez y Octavio Paz” (How does world literature arise in between aesthetics and commercialization? The global dynamics of canonization: Gabriel García Márquez and Octavio Paz). In Wissensproduktion und Kulturtransfer: Lateinamerika im transregionalen Kontext (Knowledge production and cultural transfer: Latin America in the transregional context), eds. Peter Birle, Friedhelm Schmidt-Welle, et al. Madrid/Frankfurt am Main: Iberoamericana/Vervuert.

10.  “Aspects de la marginalité dans la littérature des Caraïbes: mises en scènes guadeloupéenne et cubaine” (Aspects of marginality in the literature of the Caribbean: Guadeloupean and Cuban stagings). In Bohémiens und Marginalität. Künstlerische und literarische Darstellungen vom 19.-21. Jahrhundert (Bohemians and marginality. Artists and literary representations from the 19th to the 21st centuries), eds. Sidona Bauer and Pascale Auraix-Jonchière. Berlin: Frank & Timme, projected 2018.

9.    “Écrire dans l’entre-deux. Ancrages transculturels des gens de couleur libres en Louisiane au 19e siècle”.(Writing in the in-between. The transcultural moorings of free people of color in 19th-century Louisiana). In Multipolarität und Mehrsprachigkeit: Transkulturelles Schreiben an der Schnittstelle von Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften (Multipolarity and multilingualism: transcultural writing at the intersection of literary and cultural studies), eds. Gisela Febel and Matthias Zach. Berlin: Kadmos, projected 2018.

8.    “Von Creoles of color über creolité zu créolisation. Literaturen der (post)kolonialen Karibik zwischen Transplantation und Transkulturation” (From “Creoles of color” via “créolité” to “creolization.” Literatures of the (post)colonial Caribbean between transplantation and transculturation). In Kulturwissenschaftliche Konzepte der Transplantation (Cultural studies concepts of transplantation), eds. Ottmar Ette and Uwe Wirth. Berlin: Kadmos.

7.    “Transformaciones de la violencia y sus representaciones literarias en Colombia: el caso de G. Álvarez Gardeazábal (1971/2002)” (The transformations of violence and its literary representations in Colombia: The case of G. Álvarez Gardeazábal [1971/2002]). In “Latinoamérica—Transiciones, transculturaciones e identidades transitorias” (Latin America—Transitions, transculturations, and transitory identities), eds. Frank Leinen, Gesine Müller, and Sebastian Thies. Volume of the conference proceedings of the Ninth Conference of the International Association of Hispanists (AIH) in Münster, July 11–16, 2016. Berlin: De Gruyter.

6.    (with Birgit Neumann) “Weltliteraturen in den Amerikas: Die Karibik (englisch, französisch, spanisch)” (World literatures in the Americas: The Caribbean [English, French, Spanish]). In Handbuch Weltliteratur (Manual of world literature), ed. Vittoria Borsò. Berlin: De Gruyter.

5.    “Zur Entstehung von Weltliteratur: Lateinamerika und Karibik” (On the emergence of world literature: Latin America and the Caribbean). In Gegenwartsliteratur—Weltliteratur. Historische und theoretische Perspektiven (Contemporary literature—World literature), eds. Giulia Radaelli, David Segura, and Nike Thurn. Bielefeld: transcript.

4.    “Debatten nach dem postcolonial turn” (Debates after the postcolonial turn). In Handbuch Weltliteratur (Manual of world literature), ed. Vittoria Borsò. Berlin: De Gruyter.

3.    “Märkte, Verlage und Bibliotheken der Weltliteratur” (The markets, publishers, and libraries of global literature). In Handbuch Weltliteratur (Manual of world literature), ed. Vittoria Borsò. Berlin: De Gruyter.

2.    “Das spanischsprachige Amerika” (Spanish-speaking America). In Handbuch Weltliteratur (Manual of world literature), ed. Vittoria Borsò. Berlin: De Gruyter.

1.    “Haiti-Diskurse in Frankreich vor und nach der Revolution von 1804: Literarische Inszenierungen einer Leerstelle” (Discourses about Haiti in France before and after the 1804 revolution: Literary stagings of a void). In Guillaume-Thomas Raynal (1713–1796). Die Globalisierung der Aufklärung (Guillaume-Thomas Raynal [1713–1796]. The globalization of the Enlightenment), ed. Iwan-Michelangelo DʼAprile. Göttingen: Wallstein.

Conference Reports and Reviews

5.    Review of México: migraciones culturales—topografías transatlánticas. Acercamiento a las culturas desde el movimiento (Mexico: Cultural migrations—Transatlantic topographies. Approaching cultures through movement) (eds. Vittoria Borsò, Yasmin Temelli, and Karolin Viseneber. Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert). PhiN 2015.
http://web.fu-berlin.de/phin/phin72/p72t5.htm.

4.    “Paris croisé ou comment le monde extra-européen est venu dans la capitale française (1760–1800)” (Paris croisé [Intersected Paris] or how the extra-European world entered the French capital [1760–1800]). November 29 to December 1, 2007, Latin America Institute, Free University of Berlin. H-Soz-u-Kult, April 19, 2008:
http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/tagungsberichte/id=2065.

3.    “Interkulturalität und wissenschaftliche Kanonbildung—Frankreich als Forschungsgegenstand einer interkulturellen Kulturwissenschaft” (Interculturality and the building of a scientific canon—France as the object of an intercultural cultural studies). May 27–28, 2005, Halle. RZLG, Art. 25580, 2005.

2.    Review of Gudrun Wogatzke, Identitätsentwürfe. Selbst- und Fremdbilder in der spanisch- und französischsprachigen Prosa der Antillen im 19. Jahrhundert (Models of identity. Images of the self and the other in nineteenth-century Spanish- and French-language Caribbean prose) (Madrid/Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert 2006). Romanische Forschungen 120, no. 2 (2008): 278–280.

1.    Review of Transgresiones cubanas. Cultura, literatura y lengua dentro y fuera de la isla. (Cuban transgressions. Culture, literature, and language on and away from the island) (eds. Gabriele Knauer, Elina Miranda, and Janett Reinstädler. Madrid/Frankfurt am Main: Iberoamericana-Vervuert, 2006). Iberoromania 63 (2007): 123–125.

 

Lectures

148.     “Juan Gabriel Vásquez: ¿representante de una nueva literatura mundial? Comparación con Gabriel García Márquez y Octavio Paz” (Juan Gabriel Vásquez: the representative of a new global literature? A comparison with Gabriel García Márquez and Octavio Paz). Lecture at the University of Tianjin, China, October 26, 2018.

147.     “Transnational Challenges for World Literatures: Publishing Caribbean Writers.” Lecture at the South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China, October 21, 2018.

146.     “La Révolution haïtienne et les Lumières: réceptions littéraires dans les Caraïbes coloniales” (The Haitian Revolution and the Enlightenment: literary receptions in the colonial Caribbean). Lecture at the international congress “L’actualité des Lumières dans les Caraïbes françaises: religion, savoir et raison” (The present day of the Enlightenment in the French-speaking Caribbean: religion, knowledge, and reason) (organized by Gisela Febel, Ralph Ludwig, and Natascha Ueckmann), Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, October 11, 2018.

145.     “The Plantation as a Caribbean Concentration Camp: Literary Stagings.” Lecture at the conference “The Camp: Disruptions of Space and Time in Labour and Refugee Camps” (organized by the Research Area “Labour and Migration,” Global South Studies Center), Cologne, October 4–5, 2018.

144.     “World literature and its multilingual–materialist challenges.” Lecture at the “Cologne Summer School on Challenges and Opportunities for a Multilingual Society—Movement, Migration, Languages, and Education,” Cologne, July 26, 2018.

143.     “Las lecturas de García Márquez y sus fronteras invisibles: tránsitos y cruces en la circulación mundial de su obra” (The readings of García Márquez and their invisible frontiers: transits and crossings in the global circulation of his work). Lecture at the summer school “Reconociendo fronteras invisibles: tránsitos, cruces y agentes” (Recognizing invisible frontiers: transits, crossings, and agents), Bergamo, July 22–29, 2018.

142.     “El debate en torno de la literatura mundial y sus dimensiones materiales: el ejemplo de las literaturas caribeñas” (The debate around world literature and its material dimensions: the example of Caribbean literatures). Lecture at the international symposium “Dinámicas—transformaciones—perspectivas. Planteamientos actuales sobre las literaturas y culturas latinoamericanas” (Dynamics—transformations—perspectives. Current approaches to Latin American literatures and cultures) (organized by Anne Kraume), Konstanz, July 5–7, 2018.

141.     “Modelos de ‘convivencia’ en las letras caribeñas: entre construcciones esencialistas y proyecciones utópicas” (Models of “conviviality” in Caribbean literature: between essentialist constructions and utopian projections). Lecture at the international workshop “Convivial [Hi]Stories. Envisioning ‘Conviviality’ in Colonial and Modern Latin America” (organized by the Maria Sibylla Merian International Center, “Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America”), Cologne, June 14–15, 2018.

140.     “Octavio Paz entre la literatura mundial y las literaturas del mundo” (Octavio Paz between world literature and the literatures of the world). Lecture at the international conference “México en el mundo—el mundo en México” (Mexico in the world—the world in Mexico) (organized by Vittoria Borsò and Yasmin Temelli), Bochum, June 13, 2018.

139.     “¿Cómo se hace la literatura mundial? El caso Octavio Paz como modelo de circulación global” (How is world literature created? The case of Octavio Paz as a model for global circulation). Lecture at the 2018 LASA conference: “Latin American Studies in a Globalized World“ (panel on Gatekeeping for Latin American literatures; organized by Judith Illerhaus), Barcelona, May 23–26, 2018.

138.     “Memoria y/o saber: ¿dos paradigmas en pugna en la poesía española? El caso de Antonio Gamoneda” (Memory and/or knowledge: two warring paradigms in Spanish poetry?). Lecture at the international symposium “Discursos del saber (y no saber) en la poesía española contemporánea” (Discourses of knowledge [and ignorance] in contemporary Spanish poetry) (organized by Javier Gómez-Montero), Kiel University / Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, May 10–12, 2018.

137.     “Der Hafen als Ort des kolonialen Status quo. Literarische Inszenierungen aus der spanischen und französischen Karibik (19. Jh.)” (The harbor as the site of the colonial status quo. Literary stagings from the nineteenth-century Spanish and French Caribbean). Lecture at the workshop “Verdichtung der Welt im Sprachraum des Hafens—die kleinen Formen des Maritimen” (The consolidation of the world in the linguistic arena of the harbor—the small forms of the maritime) (organized by Moritz Rauchhaus and Marília Jöhnk), Humboldt University, Berlin, April 26–27, 2018.

136.     “¿Literatura mundial sin mundo? Propuestas para una perspectiva materialista” (World literature without the world? Proposals for a materialist perspective). Lecture at the conference “World Literature, Cosmopolitanism, Globality: Beyond, Against, Post, Otherwise” (organized by Gesine Müller, Cologne, and Mariano Siskind, Harvard), University of Cologne, January 24–25, 2018.

135.     “Las letras latinoamericanas en Alemania: ¿La editorial Suhrkamp como modelo?” (Latin American literature in Germany: Suhrkamp Press as a model?). Lecture at the conference “IV Jornada transatlántica ‘El español para el diálogo’” (Fourth transatlantic conference on “Spanish for dialogue”) (organized by CASA-UGR / Proyecto Transatlántico de Brown University [Brown University Transatlantic Project]), University of Granada, December 11–12, 2017.

134.     “Literatura mundial: el Proyecto ‘Reading Global. Constructions of World Literature and Latin America’” (Global literature: The “Reading Global. Constructions of World Literature and Latin America” project). Lecture at the conference “VII Seminario Internacional de redes públicas y relaciones editoriales. La edición en Iberoamérica en el mapa de la literatura mundial” (Seventh international seminar on public networks and editorial relationships. Publishing in Latin America on the map of global literature) (organized by Pura Fernández, CSIC), Casa de las Américas, Madrid, October 30–31, 2017.

133.     “Robert Müller: Hybridisierungsvisionen zwischen Brasilien, der Karibik und Deutschland” (Robert Müller: visions of hybridization between Brazil, the Caribbean, and Germany). Lecture in the section “(Ibero-)Romanisch-Germanische ZwischenWelten. Exilliteratur als Zeugnis und Motor einer vernetzten Welt” ([Ibero-]Romance-Germanic BetweenWorlds. Exilic literature as witness and motor of a networked world) (organized by Lydia Schmuck and Sonja Arnold), Romance Studies conference, University of Zurich, October 8–12, 2017.

132.     “Karibische Literaturen und ihre weltliterarische Herausforderung” (Caribbean literatures and their world-literary challenge). Lecture at the conference “‘Transnational’—Potenzial und Grenzen einer literaturwissenschaftlichen Kategorie” (“Transnational”—the potential and limits of a literary category) (organized by Iulia Dondorici and Kai Wiegandt), Free University of Berlin, September 15–16, 2017.

131.     “Wie wird Weltliteratur gemacht? García Márquez als Modellfall” (How is world literature made? Taking García Márquez as a model). Evening lecture at the Ibero-Amerikanischen Institut (IAI), Berlin, September 14, 2017.

130.     “El programa ‘América Latina’ de la editorial Suhrkamp. Desafíos transculturales de una selección” (Suhrkamp Press’s Latin America program. The transcultural challenges of a selection). Skype lecture at the “V Encuentro de Bibliología” (Fifth bibliology meeting) (organized by Freja Cervantes, Marina Garone, and María José Ramos de Hoyos), Mexico, September 6–8, 2017.

129.     “Publishing Caribbean Writers Between World Literature and Literatures of the World.” Lecture at the “Université dʼété: Littératures caribéennes et globalisation / Escuela de Verano: Literaturas caribeñas y globalización / Summer School: Caribbean Literature and Globalisation” (organized by Miriam Lay Brander and Cyril Vettorato), Konstanz, August 2–5, 2017.

128.     “Modelos caribeños de producción teórica: desde la transculturación al tout-monde” (Caribbean models of theoretical production: from transculturation to the tout-monde). Lecture at the summer school “Sandinista Culture in Nicaragua—Theories and Testimonials” (organized by Matei Chihaia and Barbara Potthast), University of Wuppertal, July 18–20, 2017.

127.     “Conviviality in (Post)Colonial Societies: Caribbean Literature in the Nineteenth Century.” Lecture at the conference “Conviviality in Unequal Societies. Inaugural Conference of the Maria Sibylla Merian Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences,” Free University of Berlin, July 13–14, 2017.

126.     “Literaturas latinoamericanas en la editorial Suhrkamp” (Latin American literatures at Suhrkamp Press). Lecture at the “Ciclo de Conferencias: Aproximaciones al estudio de la edición. Problemáticas, análisis y métodos” (Conference cycle: Approaches to the study of publishing. Issues, analysis, and methods) (organized by Freja Cervantes), Metropolitan Autonomous University, Iztapalapa Unit, Mexico City, June 30, 2017.

125.     “¿Literatura mundial o Literaturas del mundo? Un estudio del caso de las letras latinoamericanas en la editorial Suhrkamp” (World literature, or literatures of the world? A study using the case of Latin American letters at Suhrkamp Press). Lecture at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico, in the Cologne-Guadalajara DAAD-ISAP program, June 28, 2017.

124.     “La literatura mundial y el desafío de la traducción cultural: el ejemplo de las literaturas caribeñas” (Global literature and the challenge of cultural translation: the example of Caribbean literatures). Lecture at the international workshop “Traducciones y transiciones entre América Latina y la lectura global” (Translations and transitions between Latin America and the global readership), a cooperation between Brown University’s Proyecto transatlántico (Transatlantic project) and the ERC project Reading Global (organized by Gesine Müller and Julio Ortega), University of Cologne, June 22, 2017.

123.     “Literary Canonization Processes in the Global South: García Márquez as a Model.” Lecture at Panel 4, “Literatures and Arts” (organized by Sandra Kurfürst and Gesine Müller), at the international conference “The Global South on the Move. Transforming Capitalism, Knowledge and Ecologies” (organized by the Global South Studies Center Cologne), University of Cologne, June 7–9, 2017.

122.     “El debate sobre literature mundial y las políticas editoriales en Alemania” (The debate over global literature and editorial policies in Germany). Lecture at the National University of Colombia, Bogotá, April 20, 2017.

121.     “Reading Global? Methods, problems and contents of the cultural transfers in literature.” Keynote at the international conference “Trayectorias / Cultural Exchanges. Music between Latin America and Europe 1945–1970” (organized by Ulrike Mühlschlegel), at the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut (IAI) Berlin, April 5–7, 2017.

120.     “El fenómeno de la ‘re-migración’ en el Caribe colonial. Puestas en escenas en literaturas francófonas e hispanófonas” (The phenomenon of “remigration” in the colonial Caribbean. Stagings of French- and Spanish-language literatures). Lecture at the “International Workshop: The Migration and the Global South. Mobility and Social Change,” Casa de Rui Barbosa, Rio de Janeiro, March 27–29, 2017.

119.     “Las letras latinoamericanas en la editorial Suhrkamp” (Latin American letters at Suhrkamp Press). Lecture at “Colloque international: Éditer et traduire la littérature latino-américaine en France et en Europe” (International colloquium: editing and translating Latin American literature in France and in Europe) (organized by Gustavo Guerrero), Maison de l’Amérique latine, Paris, March 17, 2017.

118.     “Re-mapping World Literature desde Macondo” (Remapping world literature from Macondo). Lecture at the international conference “Re-Mapping World Literature. Estéticas, mercados y epistemologías entre América Latina y el Sur Global” (Remapping world literature. Aesthetics, markets, and empistemologies between Latin America and the global South) (organized by Gesine Müller, Jorge Locane, Benjamin Loy), University of Cologne, January 31 to February 1, 2017.

117.     “Literatures from the Global South between ‘World Literature’ and ‘Literatures of the World’: Publishing Caribbean Writers.” Lecture at the international workshop “Making and Breaking Chains of Value. Rethinking the Making of Cultural Commodities” (organized by Martin Zillinger and Dorothea Schulz), Cologne, January 24–25, 2017.

116.     “Projektvorstellung des ERC Projekts Reading Global” (Introducing the ERC Project Reading Global). Presentation at the graduate conference “Funktionen des Literarischen in Prozessen der Globalisierung” (Functions of the literary within globalization processes), Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, January 10, 2017.

115.     “La novela de relatos. Estrategias de lo global en García Márquez y Vargas Llosa” (The narrative novel. Strategies of the global in García Márquez and Vargas Llosa). Lecture at the “III. Jornadas Transatlánticas” (Third Transatlantic Conference) (organized by María Pizarro and Julio Ortega) at the Casa de América in Madrid, December 12–13, 2016.

114.     “Karibische Literaturen zwischen ‘Weltliteratur’ und ‘Literaturen der Welt’” (Caribbean literatures between “world literature” and “literatures of the world”). Lecture at the conference on “Übergänge. Theorien und Praktiken der Literaturen der Welt” (Transitions. Theories and practices of the literatures of the world) in honor of Ottmar Ette in Potsdam, December 14–16, 2016.

113.     “México como punto de cruce e intercambio para el mundo editorial alemán: ¿La correspondencia Unseld y Paz como modelo?” (Mexico as a nodal and transfer point for the German publishing world: Taking the correspondence between Unseld and Paz as a model?). Lecture at the international conference on “Migración e identidad cultural en México: pasado y presente” (Migration and cultural identity in Mexico: Past and present) (Organized by Adrián Herrera, Florian Homann, Albert Manke, and Sarah Albiez Wiek), Cologne, November 21–22, 2016.

112.     “Nunca se llega a ser caribeño de todo. Literaturas francófonas e hispanófonas del Caribe en el siglo XIX” (One can never be completely Caribbean. French- and Spanish-speaking Caribbean literatures in the nineteenth century). Lecture at Brown University (Rochambeau House), October 13, 2016.

111.     “Le personnage de la pacotilleuse: représentation littéraire d’une frontalière comme variante des Roms dans les Caraïbes francophones” (The character of the female peddler: The literary representation of a border-crossing woman as a variant of the Romanies in the French-speaking Caribbean). Lecture as a part of the panel “Aux frontières: Roma als Grenzgängerfiguren der Moderne” / “Aux frontières: Les Roms comme figures frontalières de la modernité” (To the frontiers: Romanies as modern frontier figures) (organized by Sidona Bauer and Kirsten von Hagen) at the French Romance Studies Association meeting in Saarbrücken, September 29 to October 1, 2016.

110.     “Hybridität und Kreolisierung” (Hybridity and creolization). Keynote speech at the workshop on “Hybridität, Kulturelle Übersetzung und Multiple Modernen” (Hybridity, cultural translation, and multiple modernities) (organized by Nina Härter) in Göttingen, September 15–16, 2016.

109.     “El debate sobre literatura mundial y las políticas editoriales: la correspondencia entre O. Paz y la editorial Suhrkamp” (The debate on global literature and editorial policies: the correspondence between O. Paz and the Suhrkamp Press). Lecture as a part of the panel “Literaturas latinoamericanas en el mundo. Producción, selección y circulación” (Latin American literatures in the world. Production, selection, and circulation) (chaired by Jorge Locane) at the 41st conference of the Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana (IILI), Jena, July 19–22, 2016.

108.     “Modelos caribeños de producción teórica: desde la transculturación al tout-monde” (Caribbean models of theory production: From transculturation to the “tout-monde”). Lecture as a part of the panel “Latinoamérica” (Latin America) (organized by Frank Leinen, Gesine Müller, and Sebastian Thies) at the conference of the International Association of Hispanists (AIH), Münster, July 11–16, 2016.

107. “Antonio Machado y la literatura mundial” (Antonio Machado and world literature). Lecture at the international symposium on “Poesía española en el mundo. Procesos de filtrado, selección y canonización” (Spanish poetry in the world. Processes of filtering, selection, and canonization) (organized by Gesine Müller and Jorge Locane) at the University of Cologne, June 27–28, 2016.

106.     “Von ‘Creoles of color’ über ‘creolité’ zu ‘créolisation.’ Literaturen der (post)kolonialen Karibik zwischen Transplantation und Transkulturation” (From “Creoles of color” via “créolité” to “creolization.” Literatures of the (post)colonial Caribbean between transplantation and transculturation). Lecture at the international conference “Nach der Hybridität III—Medien und Politiken der Transplantation” (After hybridity III—The means and politics of transplantation) (organized by Uwe Wirth and Ottmar Ette) at the Justus Liebig University in Gießen, June 23–24, 2016.

105.     “El debate sobre literatura mundial y las estrategias editoriales. Un estudio del caso de las letras latinoamericanas en la editorial Suhrkamp” (The debate on global literature and editorial strategies: A case study on Latin American letters and the Suhrkamp Press). Lecture as a part of the panel on “The Latin American corpus of (new) World Literature: Editorial policies of selection, exclusion and canonization” (organized by Gesine Müller and Jorge Locane) at the conference of the Latin American Studies Association in New York, May 26–30, 2016.

104.     “Schreiben im Dazwischen. Transkulturelle Verortungen der Free People of Color im Louisiana des 19. Jh.” (Writing in the “in-between.” The transcultural positionings of the “free people of color” in nineteenth-century Louisiana). Lecture in the lecture series “Methoden und Theorien einer landesbezogenen Kulturwissenschaft” (Methods and theories of state-based cultural studies) (organized by Rudolf Behrens) in the Romance Studies department of the University of Bochum, May 9, 2016.

103.     “Mexiko-Stadt. Urbane Verbindungslinien III” (Mexico City. Urban lines of connection III). Response paper at the international conference “A Tale of a Hundred Cities: Ideas, Conflicts, and Revolt in the 1960s” (organized by the Stuttgart Research Center for Text Studies and the German Literature Archive in Marbach) at Schloss Herrenhausen, Hanover, May 2–3, 2016.

102.     “‘Return Migration’ im kolonialen Vergleich. Literarische Inszenierungen in der Karibik des 19. Jh.” (“Return migration” in colonial comparison. Literary stagings in the nineteenth-century Caribbean). Lecture in the lecture series “Lateinamerika als Kontinent der Migrationen” (Latin America as a continent of migrations) at the University of Cologne, January 28, 2016.

101.     “El debate sobre la literatura mundial y las relaciones transatlánticas: procesos de selección en las literaturas latinoamericanas” (The debate on global literature and transatlantic relations: Selection processes in Latin American literatures). Lecture at the “Segunda Jornada transatlántica” (Second transatlantic conference) (organized by Julio Ortega) in Barcelona, December 14–15, 2015.

100.     “Entre las Américas. Transkulturelle Verortungen der Free people of color im Louisiana des 19. Jh.” (Between the Americas. The transcultural positionings of the “free people of color” in nineteenth-century Louisiana). Lecture in the Costa Rica Center lecture series “Entre las Américas/Between the Americas” at the University of Osnabrück, December 2, 2015.

99.  Chair of a panel on the conference “Transforming Africa—Africa Transforming” (organized by the Global South Studies Center) in Stellenbosch, South Africa, November 24–27, 2015.

98.  “Lateinamerika und die Weltliteraturdebatte” (Latin America and the world literature debate). Lecture in the English literature colloquium at the University of Düsseldorf (organized by Birgit Neumann), November 10, 2015.

97.  “Mme de Duras et la Comtesse Merlin: les Caraïbes à Paris où le mouvement comme condition de l’écriture” (Mme de Duras and the Countess Merlin: The Caribbean in Paris or the movement as a condition of writing). Lecture at the international colloquium “Les femmes en mouvement—L’univers sentimental et intellectuel des romancières du début du XIXe siècle” (Women in movement—The sentimental and intellectual universe of early-nineteenth-century female novelists) (organized by Cornelia Klettke), Potsdam, October 29–31, 2015.

96.  “Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda und Maryse Condé: Varianten von Außenseitertum in karibischen Literaturen” (Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda and Maryse Condé: Variations of outsider-ness in Caribbean literatures). Lecture at the international conference “Bohémiens und Marginalität: Künstlerische und literarische Darstellungen vom 19.-21. Jahrhundert” (Bohemians and marginality: Artistic and literary representations from the nineteenth to the twenty-first century), Fritz Thyssen Foundation, Cologne, October 19–23, 2015.

95.  Chair of the closing panel “State of the Art of the Caribbean Studies” at the conference “Reshaping (G)local dynamics of the Caribbean. International and interdisciplinary conference” of the Society of Caribbean Research (organized by Anja Bandau, Anne Brüske, and Natascha Ueckmann) in Hanover, October 14–17, 2015.

94.  “Juan Gabriel Vásquez: ¿representante de una nueva literatura universal?” (Juan Gabriel Vásquez: Representative of a new universal literature?). Lecture at the international conference “Juan Gabriel Vásquez: una arqueología del pasado reciente” (Juan Gabriel Vásquez: An archeology of the recent past) (organized by Karim Benmiloud), Paul Valéry University in Montpellier, October 1–2, 2015.

93. “Konstruktion von Weltliteratur und Verlagspolitiken. Lateinamerika als Fallbeispiel” (The construction of world literature and publishing policies. Latin America as a case study). Evening lecture in the summer school class on “World Literature—Global Archives” at the German Literature Archive in Marbach, August 3, 2015.

92.  “Der Roman als Sammlung von Kurzgeschichten. Das Phänomen der Verknappung in lateinamerikanischen Gegenwartsliteraturen” (The novel as a collection of short stories. The phenomenon of contraction in contemporary Latin American literatures). Lecture in panel 22 “Phänomene der Verknappung in den romanischen Sprachen, Literaturen und Kulturen” (Phenomena of contraction in Romance languages, literatures, and cultures) (organized by Sieglinde Borvitz, Liane Ströbel, and Yasmin Temelli), at the Romance Studies conference in Mannheim, July 26–29, 2015.

91.  “La novela como conjunto de cuentos. Rupturas de género y estrategias (anti)globalizadoras” (The novel as a collection of stories. Genre disruptions and (anti)globalizing strategies). Lecture at the conference “Genre and Globalization” (organized by Miriam Lay Brander), University of Konstanz, July 3–4, 2015.

90.  “Schreiben im Dazwischen. New Orleans als Zentrum frankophoner Transferprozesse nach 1804” (Writing in the “in-between.” New Orleans as a center of French-language transfer processes after 1804). Lecture at the “I. Forschungstag. Sprachen, Literaturen und Kulturen der Karibik” (First research conference. Languages, literatures, and cultures of the Caribbean) (organized by Gabriele Knauer), Humboldt University, Berlin, June 19–20, 2015.

89.  “Die Karibik als privilegierter Ort für Kulturtheorieproduktion. Von der Antillanité zum Tout‐monde” (The Caribbean as a privileged site for the production of cultural theories. From Antillanité to the tout-monde). Lecture in the workshop “Romanistik und Kulturwissenschaft—romanistische Kulturwissenschaft?” (Romance studies and cultural studies—Romance cultural studies?) (organized by Ursula Hennigfeld), Düsseldorf, June 15–17, 2015.

88.  “Konstruktion von Weltliteratur und Lateinamerika” (The construction of world literature and Latin America). Lecture at the colloquium “Gegenwartsliteratur—Weltliteratur” (Contemporary literature—World literature) at the University of Bielefeld, June 2, 2015.

87.  “Édouard Glissant: crítica de la cultura—crítica de la literatura” (Édouard Glissant: Cultural critic—Literary critic). Lecture at the conference “Politik der Kritik 2. Ideologie, Geschichte und Akteure der Literaturkritik” (The politics of criticism 2. The ideology, history, and actors of literary criticism) (organized by Ottmar Ette and Sergio Ugalde), Potsdam, April 16, 2015.

86.  “Édouard Glissant und die Konstruktion von Weltliteratur” (Édouard Glissant and the construction of world literature). Lecture evening organized by Spree-Athen e.V. “Das viellogische Denken / Das Viellogische denken,” Literaturhaus, Berlin, April 14, 2015.

85.  “Modelos caribeños de producción teórica: desde la transculturación al tout-monde” (Caribbean models of theory production: From transculturation to the tout-monde). Lecture at the conference “Culies, trabajo forzado, migración y transculturación” (Coolies, forced labor, migration, and transculturation). (Organized by the Association of Latin American and Caribbean Historians [ADHILAC], the University of Havana, und the Global South Studies Center, Cologne, Sergio Guerra Vilaboy and Michael Zeuske), Cologne, March 2–4, 2015.

84.  “Écrire dans l’interstice. Localisations transculturelles des gens de couleur à la Nouvelle Orléans” (Writing in the interstices. The transcultural positionings of people of color in New Orleans). Lecture at the conference “New Orleans and the Global South. Caribbean, Creolization, Carnival” (organized by Gesine Müller and Ottmar Ette), Cologne, February 6–7, 2015.

83.  “Entre estética y política: ideas de una literatura mundial en la correspondencia O. Paz—S. Unseld” (Between aesthetics and politics: Ideas of a global literature in the correspondence between O. Paz and S. Unseld). Lecture at the conference “Octavio Paz y José Revueltas: las dos caras de México” (Octavio Paz and José Revueltas: The two faces of Mexico) (organized by Vittoria Borsò, Ursula Hennigfeld, and Yasmin Temelli), Düsseldorf, December 17–19, 2014.

82.  “Die deutsche Präsenz in Lateinamerika oder die lateinamerikanische Präsenz in Deutschland. Lateinamerikanische Literatur bei Suhrkamp” (The German presence in Latin America or the Latin American presence in Germany. Latin American literature at Suhrkamp). Lecture in the panel “Die deutsche Präsenz in Lateinamerika. Geschichtsphilosophische, kulturgeschichtliche und literaturwissenschaftliche Aspekte” (The German presence in Latin America from the point of view of the philosophy of history, cultural studies, and literary studies) (organized by Claudia Garnica de Bertona, Gesine Müller, and Sergio da Mata) at the conference of the Association of Latin American Germanists (ALEG), Curitiba, September 8–12, 2014.

81.  “Romanistik in Deutschland: eine international ausgerichtete Disziplin. Mit Zukunft?” (Romance studies in Germany: An internationally oriented discipline. With a future?) Lecture at the summer school of the University of Potsdam (organized by Johanna Abel, Julian Drews, Anne Kern, Tobias Kraft, Benjamin Loy, and Marie-Therese Mäder), Potsdam, August 27, 2014.

80.  “Gabriel García Márquez und der Tod des Autors” (Gabriel García Márquez and the death of the author). Inaugural lecture at the University of Cologne, July 8, 2014.

79.  “Les Cenelles: Eine louisianische Beere oder Dichtergruppe? Transkulturelles Schreiben in New Orleans nach 1804” (Les cenelles [hawthorn fruit]: A Louisiana berry or a group of poets? Transcultural writing in New Orleans after 1804). Lecture at the conference “Nach der Hybridität II: Transplantationen—Transkulturationen” (After hybridity II: Transplants—Transculturations) (organized by Uwe Wirt and Ottmar Ette), Gießen, July 3–5, 2014.

78.  “Cultural forms of representations of Coolis: Khal Torabully and his concept of ‘Coolitude.’" Lecture at the conference “Forms of bonded labour. Conceptual approaches towards a new comparative research framework” (organized by Sabine Damir-Geilsdorf, Ulrike Lindner, Gesine Müller, and Michael Zeuske), Cologne, June 23–24, 2014.

77.  “L’Europe s’archipélise...: productions culturelles caraïbes et leur rapport avec l’Europe” (Europe under the archipelagan influence . . . : Caribbean cultural productions and their relationship with Europe). Lecture at the conference “Europa in Bewegung. Neue Wege des Zusammenlebens. Europe en mouvements. Les nouveaux espaces du vivre ensemble” (Europe in motion. New ways/spaces of conviviality), Cerisy in Berlin at the Institut français Berlin, June 19–20, 2014.

76.  “Landschaftsgärten (in) der Karibik” (Landscape gardens in/of the Caribbean). Lecture at the conference “Der Garten im Fokus kultureller Diskurse des 18. Jahrhunderts. Le jardin au centre des discours culturels au XVIIIe siècle” (The garden as the focus of eighteenth-century cultural discourses) (organized by Peter Wagner and Ottmar Ette), Landau, June 6–7, 2014.

75.  “De islas invisibles en la epoca de revoluciones: la conexión Haiti–New Orleans” (Of invisible islands in the era of revolutions: The Haiti–New Orleans connection). Lecture at the conference “Paisajes sumergidos—Paisajes invisibles. Formas y normas de convivencia en las literaturas y culturas del Caribe” (Submerged landscapes—Invisible landscapes. Forms and norms of conviviality in the literatures and cultures of the Caribbean) (organized by Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller), Potsdam, May 9–10, 2015.

74.  “La revolución haitiana y las huellas de la Ilustración: recepciones literarias en el Caribe colonial” (The Haitian revolution and the traces of the Enlightenment: Literary receptions in the colonial Caribbean). Lecture at the international conference “América del sur y el movimiento ilustrado” (South America and the Enlightenment movement) (organized by the Argentine Association for Eighteenth-Century Studies), Buenos Aires, April 9–11, 2014.

73.  “¿Literatura mundial o literaturas mundiales? Un estudio de caso de las letras latinoamericanas en la editorial Suhrkamp” (Global literature or global literatures? A case study of Latin American letters at Suhrkamp Press). Lecture at the conference “América Latina y la Literatura Mundial: mercado editorial, redes globales y la invención de un continente” (Latin America and global literature: The editorial market, global networks, and the invention of a continent) (organized by Gesine Müller and Dunia Gras), Cologne, January 30–31, 2014.

72.  “Der magische Realismus als Mythos” (Magical realism as a myth). Lecture in a lecture series in Passau (organized by Natascha Ueckmann), January 17, 2014.

71.  “Mensch und Tier und Entdeckung der Neuen Welt: Wunderbares oder Ungeheuerliches in den Crónicas und im Neuen historischen Roman” (Humans and animals and the discovery of the New World: The marvelous and the monstrous in the Crónicas and in the new historical novel). Lecture at the conference “Mirabiliratio. Das Wunderbare im Zugriff der frühneuzeitlichen Vernunft” (Mirabiliratio. The marvelous in the grip of early modern reason) (organized by Christoph Strosetzki), Münster, December 15–18, 2013.

70.  “Visualisierung und Verschriftlichung. Landschaft bei Hugo” (Visualization and textualization. The landscape in Hugo). Lecture at the international conference “Visualisierung, Visibilisierung und Verschriftlichung. Schrift-Bilder und Bild-Schriften im Frankreich des 19. Jahrhunderts” (Visualization, visibilization, and textualization. Typefaces and pictorial texts in nineteenth-century France) (organized by Ottmar Ette und Gesine Müller), University of Potsdam, November 30 to December 1, 2013.

69.  Three-lecture series on “De islas y archipiélagos en la literatura: un panorama histórico desde el siglo 19 hasta el presente” (Of islands and archipelagoes in literature: A historical panorama from the nineteenth century to the present): 1. “El fenómeno de ‘remigración’ en comparaciones coloniales. Escenificaciones literarias en el Caribe hispanófono y francófono del siglo 19” (Colonial comparisons of the phenomenon of “remigration.” Literary stagings in the nineteenth-century Spanish- and French-speaking Caribbean). 2. “Pensamiento archipélico versus francofonía: Escenificaciones literarias de inclusión y de exclusión” (Archipelagic thinking versus Francophony: Literary stagings of inclusion and exclusion). 3. “Raphaël Confiant: Escenificaciones de modelos de teoría cultural” (Raphaël Confiant: Stagings of models of cultural theory). National University of Tucumán, Argentina, November 18–24, 2013.

68.  Introductory speech for the panel discussion: “Wie (inter)national ist Theorie?” (How international is theory?) (with Philipp Felsch and Clemens Pornschlegel) at the conference “Theorietransfer: Zur internationalen Rezeption deutschsprachiger Theorie-Autoren” (Theory transfer: On the international reception of German-speaking writers of theory) at the German Literature Archives in Marburg (organized by Anna Kinder and Marcel Lepper), September 26–27, 2013.

67.  “M. Duras und S. Beckett im Suhrkamp-Nachlass: Exterritorialität als Autoreferentialität” (M. Duras and S. Beckett in Suhrkamp’s legacy: Extraterritoriality as self-referentialism). Lecture in the panel “Der literarische Text im 20. Jahrhundert als Herausforderung für den Leser” (The twentieth-century literary text as a challenge for the reader) at the Romance Studies conference in Würzburg, September 22–25, 2013.

66.  “Romanistik in Deutschland: eine international ausgerichtete Disziplin—mit Zukunft?” (Romance studies in Germany: An internationally oriented discipline. With a future?). Keynote speech at the international Humboldt-Kolleg conference “Forschungsperspektiven der internationalen germanistischen Literaturwissenschaft im Dialog mit dem Fachgebiet Deutsch als Fremdsprache—das Beispiel Lateinamerika” (The research perspectives of international German literary studies in dialogue with the field of German as a foreign language—the case of Latin America) (organized by Paulo Soethe), Curitiba, Brazil, September 8–12, 2013.

65.  “El mito de la revolución haitiana fuera y dentro del Caribe. Escenificaciones literarias” (The myth of the Haitian revolution outside and within the Caribbean. Literary stagings). Lecture at the conferenceParadojas de la modernidad. Secularización y producción de mitos en España e Hispanoamérica a partir de la Revolución francesa” (Paradoxes of modernity. The secularization and production of myths in Spain and Latin America since the French Revolution) (organized by Claudia Hammerschmidt), Jena, July 25–27, 2013.

64.  “Paisajes de la Revolución haitiana: su impacto entre catástrofe y convivencia” (Landscapes of the Haitian revolution: Its impact between catastrophe and conviviality). Lecture at the conference “Paisajes vitales. Conflictos, catástrofes y convivencias en Centroamérica y el Caribe” (Vital landscapes. Conflicts, catastrophes, and convivialities in Central America and the Caribbean) (organized by Ottmar Ette, Werner Mackenbach, and Gesine Müller) at the University of Potsdam, July 11–13, 2013.

63.  “Koloniales Kaleidoskop Karibik. Transferprozesse in frankophonen und hispanophonen Literaturen” (The colonial kaleidoscope of the Caribbean. Transfer processees in French- and Spanish-speaking literatures). Lecture in the lecture series “Kulturwissenschaft” (Cultural studies) at the Ruhr University, Bochum (organized by Marco Thomas Bosshard), July 1, 2013.

62.  “Die Karibik als privilegierter Ort für Theorie-Produktion. Von der antillanité zum tout-monde” (The Caribbean as a privileged site for the production of cultural theories. From Antillanité to the tout-monde). Lecture at the conference “Nach der Hybridität. Zukünfte der Kulturtheorie” (After hybridity: Futures of cultural theory (organized by Ottmar Ette and Uwe Wirth), June 20–22, 2013.

61.  “Políticas de la crítica o la crítica en crisis: el caso de Mario Vargas Llosa” (The politics of criticism or criticism in crisis: The case of Mario Vargas Llosa). Lecture at the international conference “Politik der Kritik. Ideologie, Geschichte und Akteure der Literaturkritik” (The politicis of criticism. The ideology, history, and actors of literary criticism) (organized by Sergio Ugalde, National Autonomous University of Mexico, and Ottmar Ette) at the University of Potsdam, June 11–12, 2013.

60.  “Karibik-Diskurse um 1800” (Caribbean discourses around 1800). Lecture at the conference “Die Globalisierung der Aufklärung—Werk und Wirkung Raynals” (The globalization of the Enlightenment—Raynal’s oeuvre and influence) (organized by Iwan-Michelangelo D’Aprile and Alix Winter) at the University of Potsdam, April 19, 2013.

59.  “Cuba como mito en las literaturas latinoamericanas contemporáneas” (Cuba as a myth in contemporary Latin American literatures). Lecture in the panel “Mitos en la calle. La resonancia del mito en la literatura de los conflictos políticos del siglo XX y XXI” (Myths in the street. The resonance of the myth in the literature of twentieth- and twenty-first-century political conflicts) (organized by Martin Baxmeyer and Ursula Schaubs) at the nineteenth conference of German Spanish Studies in Münster, March 20–23, 2013.

58.  “Verlag—Macht—Weltliteratur. Lateinamerikanische Literatur bei Suhrkamp” (Publishers; power; world literature. Latin American literature at Suhrkamp). Lecture at the conference “Verlag Macht Weltliteratur. Lateinamerikanisch-deutsche Kulturtransfers zwischen internationalem Literaturbetrieb und Übersetzungspolitik” (Publishers; power; world literature. Cultural transfers between Latin America and Germany in the context of the international literary business and the politics of translation) (organized by Gesine Müller) at the German Literature Archives in Marbach, March 5–7, 2013.

57.  Opening lecture at the conference “Le passage—der Übergang” (The transition) (organized by Henning Fauser, Atelier GIRAF) at the Heinrich Heine House, Paris, November 23–24, 2012.

56.  “Die Revue des colonies: ein alternatives Transfermedium Neuer-Welt-Diskurse?” (The Revue des colonies: an alternative transfer medium for New World discourses?). Lecture at the conference “Herrschaft—Legitimation—Wissen. Preußen und die Debatten um die Neue Welt” Dominion—Legitimation—Knowledge. Prussia and the debates over the New World) (organized by Vicente Bernaschina, Tobias Kraft, and Anne Kraume) at the University of Potsdam, November 16–17, 2012.

55.  “El Caribe colonial. Circulación de saberes a través de literaturas francófonas e hispanófonas” (The colonial Caribbean. The circulation of knowledges through French- and Spanish-language literatures). Lecture at the University of Costa Rica, San José, September 24, 2012.

54.  “La Révolution haïtienne: premiers témoignages de représentation intermédiale” (The Haitian revolution: The first testimonials through intermediate representation). Lecture in the panel “Transmediales Gedächtnis: Literatur, Theater und Film in der Frankokaribik und ihrer Diaspora” (Transmedial memory: literature, theater, and film in the French Caribbean and its diaspora), at the 8th conference of the French Romance Studies Association in Leipzig, September 19–22, 2012.

53.  “El Caribe y su producción teórica: El caso de Raphaël Confiant” (The Caribbean and its theoretical production: The case of Raphaël Confiant). Lecture at the conference of JALLA (Jornadas andinas de literatura latinoamericana) in Cali, Colombia, July 30 to August 4, 2012.

52.  “Processes of Cultural Transfer in 19th-Century Literature: The Caribbean within the Context of the Cultural Radiance of Europe, Exemplified by France and Spain.” Lecture at the conference “Crossroads of the World: Transatlantic Interrelations in the Caribbean” at the Free University of Berlin (organized by Ingrid Kummels, Claudia Rauhut, Stefan Rinke, and Birte Timm), July 2–3, 2012.

51.  “J.-M.G. Le Clézio, Glissant, Epeli Hau’Ofa: Avantgarden in Ozeanien” (J.-M.G. Le Clézio, Glissant, and Epeli Hau’Ofa: Avant-gardes in Oceania). Lecture at the conference “Avant-garde or modernism: what remains of the avant-garde project?” at FRIAS (Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies) (organized by Wolfgang Asholt), Freiburg, June 21–23, 2012.

50.  “Lamartine, Hugo, Levilloux: ‘Haiti als Katastrophe’ oder ‘Das Schweigen über Haiti’?” (Lamartine, Hugo, Levilloux: “Haiti as a catastrophe” or “The silence around Haiti”?). Lecture at the conference “Kata/strophe. Ereignis, Figur und Wissensstruktur” (Cata/strophe. Events, figures, and structures of knowledge) at the University of Potsdam (organized by Judith Kasper and Ottmar Ette), May 24–25, 2012.

49.  “Die koloniale Karibik. Transferprozesse in frankophonen und hispanophonen Literaturen” (The colonial Caribbean. Transfer processes in French- and Spanish-language literatures). Lecture in the lecture series of the America Romana Centrum of the University of Trier (organized by Andre Klump and Christine Felbeck), May 10, 2012.

48.  “La esclavitud en el Caribe y sus representaciones literarias” (Slavery in the Caribbean and its literary representations). Lecture at the conference “Esclavitud y trabajo forzado” (Slavery and forced labor) at the National Autonomous University of Mexico / El Colegio de México (by invitation to a delegation regarding academic exchange between German and Mexican partner universities), April 11, 2012.

47.  “Der Lateinamerika-Nachlass des Suhrkamp-Verlags im Deutschen Literaturarchiv Marbach: transatlantische Netzwerktechnologien” (The Suhrkamp Verlag’s Latin America legacy in the German Literature Archives in Marbach: Transatlantic network technologies). Lecture at the conference of the Association of Latin American Germanists (ALEG) in Guadalajara, Mexico, March 5–9, 2012.

46.  “Coreografías de paisajes coloniales. Saber transpacífico versus saber transatlántico en Victor Hugo y Pierre Loti” (The choreographies of colonial landscapes. Transpacific knowledge versus transatlantic knowledge in Victor Hugo and Pierre Loti). Lecture at the conference “Transpacífico” at the University of Potsdam (organized by Ottmar Ette, Werner Mackenbach, and Horst Nitschack), February 17–18, 2012.

45.  “Koloniales Kaleidoskop Karibik: Literarische Inszenierungen und kulturtheoretische Produktion” (The colonial kaleidoscope of the Caribbean: Literary stagings and the production of cultural theory). Lecture in the lecture series “Kulturkontakt und Wissenschaftsdiskurs” (Cultural contact and scientific discourse) at the University of Rostock, January 4, 2012.

44.  “Frankophonie avant la lettre: Konvivenz oder Koinzidenz von Victor Hugo zu Tahar Ben Jelloun” (Francophonia avant la lettre: Conviviality or coincidence from Victor Hugo to Tahar Ben Jelloun). Public inaugural lecture on the occasion of the conferment of the title of Assistant Professor (to complete the habilitation procedure) at the University of Potsdam, December 9, 2011.

43.  “Vom Hunger nach Guaven und Goethe. Literatur als LebensMittel in der kolonialen Karibik” (On the hunger for guavas and Goethe. Literature as food for life in the colonial Caribbean). Lecture at the conference “Literatur als LebensMittel” (Literature as food for life) in Romainmôtier, Switzerland (organized by Ottmar Ette, Yvette Sánchez, and Veronika Sellier), November 18–20, 2011.

42.  “Transatlantische Rezeptionsmuster in der hispanophonen und frankophonen Karibik des 19. Jahrhunderts am Beispiel von Victor Hugo” (Transatlantic models of reception in the nineteenth-century Spanish- and French-speaking Caribbean as exemplified by Victor Hugo). Lecture in the panel “Überall der Andere” (Everywhere the Other) at the Romance Studies conference at Humboldt University in Berlin, September 25–28, 2011.

41.  “Raphaël Confiant: Escenificaciones de modelos de teoría cultural” (Raphaël Confiant: Stagings of models of cultural theory). Lecture in the summer school class “Formas, problemas y perspectivas de la convivencia en el Gran Caribe y América Central a inicios del siglo XXI” (Forms, problems, and perspectives of conviviality in the Greater Caribbean and Central America in the early twenty-first century) (organized by Ottmar Ette, Anne Kraume, and Werner Mackenbach) at the University of Potsdam, September 9–11, 2011.

40.  Presentation of the Emmy Noether Program on behalf of the DFG at the meeting of the German Academic International Network (GAIN) in San Francisco, September 2–4, 2011.

39.  “Escenificaciones literarias del Otro, entre la bipolaridad y la multirrelacionalidad. Una comparación entre el Caribe hispanófono y francófono en el siglo XIX” (Literary stagings of the Other, between bipolarity and multirelationality. A comparison of the Spanish- and French-speaking Caribbean in the nineteenth century). Lecture in the panel “Falar por, falar de, falar com: questões de auto-representação nos discursos e práticas discursivas da América Latina” (Speaking for, speaking of, speaking with: Questions of self-representation in the discourses and discursive practices of Latin America) (organized by Rita Diogo, Horst Nitschack, and Gesine Müller) at the Twelfth International Congress of the Brazilian Association of Comparative Literature (ABRALIC) in Curitiba, Brazil, July 18–22, 2011.

38.  “Pensamiento archipélico versus francofonía: Escenificaciones literarias de inclusión y de exclusión” (Archipelagic thinking versus Francophony: Literary stagings of inclusion and exclusion). Lecture at the conference “weltweit. Archipele als Erprobungsräume globalen Zusammenlebens” (worldwide. Archipelagoes as Testing Grounds for Global Conviviality) at the Ibero-American Institute of Berlin (organized by Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller), June 29 to July 2, 2011.

37.  “El fenómeno de ‘remigración’ en comparaciones coloniales. Escenificaciones literarias en el Caribe hispanófono y francófono del siglo 19” (Colonial comparisons of the phenomenon of “remigration.” Literary stagings in the nineteenth-century Spanish- and French-speaking Caribbean). Lecture at the conference “Return Migration” in Freiburg (organized by Andreas Gel and Marco Thomas Bosshard), March 18–20, 2011.

36.  “Siegfried Unseld und Lateinamerika” (Siegfried Unseld and Latin America). Lecture at the international conference “Die Suhrkamp-Ära” (The Suhrkamp era) at the German Literature Archive in Marbach, January 10–12, 2011.

35.  “De ‘La novela’ (1966) a ‘El arte de la novela’ (2000). O Vargas Llosa como topos de la desilusión latinoamericana” (From “The novel” (1966) to “The art of the novel” (2000). Or Vargas Llosa as a topos of Latin American disillusionment). Lecture at the conference “Mario Vargas Llosa: Vivir la literatura” (Mario Vargas Llosa: Living literature) at the Cervantes Institute in Berlin (organized by Ottmar Ette), December 9, 2010.

34.  “Raphaël Confiant—Adèle et la pacotilleuse.” Lecture at the conference “Novísimas literaturas latinoamericanas” (Brand-new Latin American literatures) at the Latin America Institute of the Free University of Berlin (organized by Rike Bolte and Susanne Klengel), December 3–4, 2010.

33.  “Koloniale Achsen und ihre literarischen Repräsentationen in der Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert: Utopien vom Zusammenleben in transkolonialen Dimensionen” (Colonial axes and their literary representations in the nineteenth-century Caribbean: Transcolonial dimensions of utopias of conviviality). Lecture in the panel “Literarische Stadtutopien zwischen totalitärer Gewalt und Ästhetisierung” (Literary urban utopias between totalitarian violence and aestheticization) (organized by Barbara Ventarola and Brigitte Burrichter) at the meeting of the French Romance Studies Association in Essen, October 2010.

32.  “‘Nunca se llega a ser caribeño de todo.’ ZusammenLebensWissen in transkolonialer Dimension. Oder: karibische Literaturen im 19. Jahrhundert” (“One can never be completely Caribbean.” Transcolonial dimensions of living-knowing-together. Or: Nineteenth-century Caribbean literatures). Lecture at the international conference “Wissensformen und Wissensnormen des Zusammenlebens” (The forms and norms of knowledge about conviviality) at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) in Freiburg (organized by Ottmar Ette), July 17–18, 2010.

31.  “La circulación del saber independentista en el Caribe español y francés del siglo XIX, a partir del ejemplo de E. M. de Hostos y Xavier Eyma” (The circulation of knowledge about independence in the nineteenth-century Spanish and French Caribbean, as exemplified by E. M. de Hostos and Xavier Eyma). Lecture in the panel “Horizontes transatlánticos y transcaribeños en la hispanística: la circulación del saber y las prácticas culturales” (Transatlantic and transcaribbean horizons in Spanish studies: The circulation of knowledge and cultural practices) at the meeting of the Spanish Studies Association in Tübingen, March 18–21, 2010.

30.  “Transformaciones de la violencia y sus representaciones literarias en Colombia: el caso de G. Álvarez Gardeazábal (1971/2002)” (The transformations of violence and its literary representations in Colombia: The case of G. Álvarez Gardeazábal [1971/2002]). Lecture at the conference “La transformación de la violencia en América Latina – dinámicas del cambio de la violencia en la sociedad y en la literatura” (The transformation of violence in Latin America—The dynamics of the change of violence in society and literature) in Potsdam (organized by Werner Mackenbach and Günther Maihold), March 11–12, 2010.

29. “Convivencias pluri-étnicas y sus representaciones literarias en el Caribe del siglo XIX o el concepto de la ‘Caribeanidad’ como desafío” (Multiethnic convivialities and their literary representations in the nineteenth-century Caribbean or the concept of “Caribean-ness” as a challenge). Lecture at the conference “TransitAreas. Convivencias en Centroamérica y el Caribe” (TransitAreas. Convivialities in Central America and the Caribbean) (organized by Ottmar Ette, Werner Mackenbach, Gesine Müller, and Alexandra Ortiz Wallner) at the Ibero-American Institute of Berlin, January 27–29, 2010.

28.  “Koloniale Transferprozesse in der Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert. Zur romantischen Inszenierung von Exil und Entwurzelung bei AutorInnen der karibischen Kolonien Frankreichs und Spaniens (1838–1844)” (Colonial transfer processes in the nineteenth-century Caribbean. On the romantic staging of exile and uprooting in authors of France’s and Spain’s Caribbean colonies [1838–1844]). Lecture in the lecture series “Gender, Migration und Diaspora in den Amerikas” (Gender, migration, and diaspora in the Americas) (organized by Marta Zapata, Stefanie Kron, and Birgit zur Nieden) at the Latin America Institute of the Free University of Berlin, January 20, 2010.

27.  “Del pueblo al público o la revolución cubana revis(it)ada por parte de los autores del boom” (From the pueblo to the public, or the Cuban revolution reviewed/revisited by the Boom authors). Lecture at the conference “Cuba 50 años después—la revolución revis(it)ada. Kuba—50 Jahre nach der Revolution” (Cuba 50 years later—the revolution reviewed/revisited) in Frankfurt am Main, November 19–21, 2009.

26.  “El Caribe como caleidoscopio de dinámicas coloniales (1789–1886)” (The Caribbean as a kaleidoscope of colonial dynamics [1789–1886]). Lecture in the section “Das kulturelle Feld der Karibik” (The cultural field of the Caribbean) (organized by Liliana Gómez and Gesine Müller) at the Romance Studies conference in Bonn, October 1–5, 2009.

25.  “Espacio y poder post/colonial: Discursos de desarraigo en la literatura del Caribe francés y español en el siglo XIX” (Post/colonial space and power: Discourses of uprootedness in the literature of the nineteenth-century French and Spanish Caribbean). Lecture at the symposium “Espacio y Poder en América Latina. Enfoques y perspectivas históricas” (Space and power in Latin America. Historical approaches and perspectives) at the 53rd International Congress of Americanists (ICA), Mexico City, July 19–24, 2009.

24.  “Les Caraïbes coloniales entre multirelationnalité et bipolarité. Processus de transferts dans les littératures francophones et hispanophones” (The colonial Caribbean between multirelationality and bipolarity. Transfer processes in French- and Spanish-language literatures). Lecture at the conference “Koloniales Kaleidoskop Karibik” (The colonial kaleidoscope of the Caribbean) at the House of World Cultures, Berlin (organized by Ottmar Ette and Gesine Müller), July 9–11, 2009.

23.  “Koloniale Transferprozesse in der Literatur der spanischen und französischen Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert” (Colonial transfer processes in the literature of the nineteenth-century Spanish and French Caribbean). Lecture at the University of Erfurt (at the invitation of Jörg Dünne), May 20, 2009.

22.  “Goethe à Haïti? Dynamiques paysagères postcoloniales dans la littérature des Caraïbes françaises et espagnoles du XIXème siècle” (Goethe in Haiti? Postcolonial landscape dynamics in the literature of the nineteenth-century French and Spanish Caribbean). Lecture at the international conference “Paysages européens et mondialisation” (European landscapes and globalization) (organized by Aline Bergé, Michel Collot, and Jean Mottet) in Florence, May 4–7, 2009.

21.  “‘Je me suis rencontré entre deux siècles comme au confluent de deux fleuves...’ Dynamiken des kolonialen Status quo in der französischen und spanischen Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert” (“I met myself between two centuries, as though at the confluence of two rivers . . . ” Dynamics of the colonial status quo in the nineteenth-century French and Spanish Caribbean). Lecture at the conference “Dynamisierte Räume. Zur Theorie der Bewegung in den romanischen Kulturen” (Dynamized spaces. On the theory of movement in Romance cultures) in Potsdam (organized by Albrecht Buschmann and Gesine Müller), November 2008.

20.  “‘Au lieu d’obélisques, il a ses palmiers’: Kulturkontakte zwischen alten und neuen Räumen. Literarische Momentaufnahmen der französischen und spanischen Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert” (“Instead of obelisks, it has its palm trees”: Cultural contacts between old and new spaces. Literary snapshots of the French and Spanish Caribbean in the nineteenth century). Lecture at the conference “Tout-Monde: Kommunikations- und gesellschaftstheoretische Modelle zwischen ‘alten’ und ‘neuen’ Räumen” (The “tout-monde”: models of communication and social theory between “old” and “new” spaces) in Halle (organized by Ralph Ludwig and Dorothee Röseberg), November 18–20, 2008.

19.  “‘Une misérable petite île! moins qu’une île…’ Raumdynamiken und koloniale Positionierung in der Literatur der spanischen und französischen Karibik im 19. Jahrhundert” (“A miserable little island! less than an island . . . ” Spatial dynamics and colonial positioning in the literature of the nineteenth-century Spanish and French Caribbean). Lecture in the section “Raum—Bewegung—Passage. Postkoloniale frankophone Literaturen” (Space—Movement—Transit. Postcolonial French-language literatures) (organized by Gesine Müller and Susanne Stemmler) at the meeting of the French Romance Studies Association in Augsburg, September 27–30, 2008.

18.  “Conceptos de ciudadanía en vísperas de la independencia: los literatos caribeños y su contribución al nation-building” (Concepts of citizenship on the eve of independence: Caribbean writers and their contribution to nation building). Lecture at the conference of the German Working Group on Latin America (ADLAF) “Ciudadanía vivida, (in)seguridades e interculturalidad” (Lived citizenship, [in]securities and interculturalism) in Bonn, November 2007.

17.  “Écrire en situation d’interculturalité. Regards caraïbes sur des constellations (post)coloniales dans les espaces hispanophone et francophone” (Writing in an intercultural situation. Caribbean views on [post]colonial constellations in Spanish- and French-speaking spaces). Lecture at the international colloquium “Les approches interculturelles en langue, en littérature et en civilisation: Quelles perspectives heuristiques?” (Intercultural approaches in language, literature, and civilization: What are the heuristic perspectives?) at the University of the French West Indies and Guiana, Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Language, Literature, Arts, and Social Scence (CRILLASH), Fort-de-France, Martinique, November 13–15, 2007.

16.  “Conceptos de Ciudadanía en vísperas de la independencia. Los casos de Heredia y Maynard de Queilhe” (Concepts of citizenship on the eve of independence. The cases of Heredia and Maynard de Queilhe). Lecture on the panel “Discurso científico, sensibilidad y nación en la literatura latinoamericana de principios del siglo XIX y XX” (Scientific discourse, sensibility, and nation in the literature of early-nineteenth-and-twentieth-century Latin America) of the conference of the Latin American Studies Association in Montreal, Canada, September 5–8, 2007.

15.  “Exil als Heimat—Heimat als Exil? Zur romantischen Inszenierung und Entwurzelung bei Literaten der karibischen Kolonien Frankreichs und Spaniens (1838-1844)” (Exile as homeland—homeland as exile? On romantic staging and uprootedness in writers of France’s and Spain’s Caribbean colonies [1838–1844]). Lecture in the section “Exildiskurse der Romantik in der europäischen und lateinamerikanischen Literatur” (Discourses of exile in Romanticism in European and Latin American literature) (organized by Frank Estelmann and Olaf Müller) at the conference of the Romance Studies Association in Vienna, September 2007.

14.  “El papel de la literatura en la lucha por la independencia de las colonias caribeñas de Francia y España” (The role of literature in the French and Spanish Caribbean colonies’ struggle for independence). Lecture at the conference of the International Association of Hispanists (AIH), Paris, July 2007.

13.  “Entre la francofilia y las aspiraciones de autonomía: Una mirada desde el Caribe sobre las diferentes constelaciones postcoloniales. (Un estudio de los casos de Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda y Louis Maynard de Queilhe)” (Between Francophilia and aspirations to independence: A view from the Caribbean onto the various postcolonial constellations [A case study of Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda and Louis Maynard de Queilhe]). Lecture in the section “Escribiendo la Independencia. Perspectivas postcoloniales sobre la literatura hispanoamericana del siglo XIX” (Writing independence. Postcolonial perspectives on nineteenth-century Spanish-American literature) (organized by Robert Folger and Stephan Leopold) at the conference of the Spanish Studies Association in Dresden, April 1–4, 2007.

12.  “Figures comparées du colonialisme: le rôle de la littérature dans la lutte des colonies caraïbes françaises et espagnoles pour leur indépendance. Deux cas d’exemple: C. Villaverde et J. Levilloux” (Colonial figures in comparison: The role of literature in the French and Spanish Caribbean colonies’ struggle for independence. Two case studies: C. Villaverde and J. Levilloux). Lecture in the section “Hybride Kulturen und Transkulturalität in der frankophonen Karibik und bei ihren Nachbarn” (Hybrid cultures and transculturalism in the French-speaking Caribbean and its neighbors) at the 5th Conference of the French Romance Studies Association in Halle (Saale), September 26–29, 2006.

11.  “La ‘identidad esencialista’ en cuestión. Algunas reflexiones sobre el cambio paradigmático en la obra de Carlos Fuentes” (Considering “essentialist identity.” Some reflections on the paradigm shift in the work of Carlos Fuentes). Lecture at the conference of JALLA (Jornadas Andinas de Literatura Latinoamericana) at the Pontifícia Universidad Javeriana, Instituto Pensar, in Bogotá, Colombia, August 14–18, 2006.

10   “El papel de la literatura en la lucha por la independencia de las colonias caribeñas de Francia y España. Un estudio de los casos de C. Villaverde y J. Levilloux” (The role of literature in the French and Spanish Caribbean colonies’ struggle for independence. Two case studies: C. Villaverde and J. Levilloux). Lecture in the section “Sentimentalismo, materialismo y ciencia en la cultura literaria decimonónica” (Sentimentalism, materialism, and science in nineteenth-century literary culture) at the 52nd International Congress of Americanists (ICA) in Sevilla, July 17–21, 2006.

9.    “Hombre y animal y el descubrimiento del Nuevo Mundo: variantes de una relación compleja en las Crónicas y la Nueva novela histórica” (Humans and animals and the discovery of the New World: Variations on a complex relationship in the Crónicas and the new historical novel). Lecture at the conference of the International Institute of Ibero-American Literature (IILI) in Genoa, June 26 to July 1, 2006.

8.    “Variantes de miradas caribeñas hacia constelaciones (pos-)coloniales: Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda y Maryse Condé” (Variations of Caribbean views on (post)colonial constellations: Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda and Maryse Condé). Lecture at the conference “Diferencia minoritaria en Latinoamérica / Diferença minoritária na America Latina” (Minority difference in Latin America) in Leipzig (organized by Cornelia Sieber), February 2006.

7.    “Sab de Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda y Traversée de la Mangrove de Maryse Condé: dos perspectivas diferentes del Caribe poscolonial” (Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda’s Sab and Maryse Condé’s Traversée de la Mangrove: two different perspectives on the postcolonial Caribbean). Lecture at the 9th Interdisciplinary Congress of the Society for Caribbean Research in Vienna, December 1–4, 2005.

6.    “Gustavo Álvarez Gardeazábal: Varianten literarischer Inszenierung des kolumbianischen Bürgerkriegs” (Gustavo Álvarez Gardeazábal: Variations on the literary representation of the Colombian civil war). Lecture in the section “Literaturen des Bürgerkriegs” (Literatures of the civil war) (organized by Anja Bandau, Albrecht Buschmann, and Isabella von Treskow) at the conference of the Association of Romance Studies in Saarbrücken, September 2005.

5.    “Mensch und Tier und die Entdeckung der Neuen Welt: zur Darstellung in den Crónicas und ihrer Rezeption im neuen historischen Roman” (Humans and animals and the discovery of the New World: On their representation in the Crónicas and its reception in the new historical novel). Lecture in the section “Über die Grenzen des natürlichen Lebens: Inszenierungsformen des Tier-Mensch-Maschine-Verhältnisses in der Iberoromania” (On the limits of natural life: Forms of representation of the animal-human-machine relationship in Ibero-Romance literature) (organized by Claudia Leitner and Christopher F. Laferl) at the conference of the Association of Spanish Studies in Bremen, March 2005.

4.    “Las novelas del Boom como provocación canónica: variantes de la recepción literaria en la Onda y el Crack” (The novels of the Boom as a canonical provocation: Variations on the literary reception in the Onda and the Crack). Lecture at the conference “Literatura mexicana contemporánea” (Contemporary Mexican literature) (organized by Friedhelm Schmidt-Welle) at the Ibero-American Institute of Berlin, November 2004.

3.    “Conceptos de identidad en textos narrativos y dramáticos: una comparación de géneros en la obra de Carlos Fuentes” (Concepts of identity in narrative and dramatic texts: A comparison of genres in the work of Carlos Fuentes). Lecture in the section “Identidad en el teatro español e hispanoamericano contemporáneo” (Identity in contemporary Spanish and Spanish-American theater) (organized by Susanne Hartwig and Klaus Pörtl) at the conference of the Spanish Studies Association in Regensburg, March 2003.

2.    “Identidad colectiva entre literatura y política: C. Fuentes y el Crack como representantes de dos generaciones de intelectuales mexicanos” (Collective identity between literature and politics: C. Fuentes and the Crack as representatives of two generations of Mexican intellectuals). Lecture at the conference “Las modernidades de México: espacios, procesos, trayectorias” (Mexico’s modernisms: Spaces, processes, trajectories), annual conference of the Asociación Alemana de Investigación sobre América Latina (German Association of Latin American Studies), Berlin, November 2002.

1.         “El proyecto de una identidad latinoamericana—¿un intento abandonado? Los autores del ‘boom’ hoy en día” (The project of a Latin American identity—An abandoned attempt? The Boom authors today). Lecture in the section “Boom y Postboom desde el nuevo siglo: impacto y recepción” (Boom and post-Boom in the new century: impact and reception) (organized by José Manuel López de Abiada and José Morales Saravia) at the conference of the Spanish Studies Association in Leipzig, March 2001.