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Dr Claire Ross

Name:
Dr Claire Ross
Job Title:
Lecturer in German Studies
Cliare-Ross-photo

Contact

Responsibilities

Year Abroad Coordinator for German

Module Convenor for the ML3 Extended Essay module

 

Teaching

I teach German language, literature and culture, as well as translation from German into English.

I also contribute towards the modules ML1COMP (What is Comparative Literature?), ML1GEC (Greats of European Cinema), and ML1TRANS (Thinking Translation: History and Theory). To assist all students in reaching their potential (and having fun doing so!), I am committed to adopting inclusive pedagogy and developing diverse curricula.

Areas of Interest

  • Migration and minority discourses
  • Scriptural intertextuality
  • Contested architectural landmarks
  • Creative pedagogical practices

Research Interests

I am interested in the role that cultural products (literature, film, architectural landmarks) and the intertextual links between them play in the legitimation and subversion of inequalities - in particular, ethno-racial inequalities - in 20th and 21st-century Germany. I am currently completing my first monograph on eclectic intertextuality in the work of Turkish German author Yadé Kara and developing a second project on scriptural intertextuality. In addition, I am also working on a new project on colonial-era landmarks in contemporary German culture.

Qualifications

  • PhD in German Studies with Graduate Certificate in Film and Media Studies (Washington University in St Louis)
  • MSc in Cultural Studies (University of Edinburgh)
  • MA (Hons) in German (University of Edinburgh)

Contact details

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3446-7971

Research groups / Centres

Publications

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2018

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