Apl. Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Sabina Matter-Seibel

Akademische Rätin

 

Research Interests

Gender Studies, Gender und Translation, Ethnic Studies, Ecocriticism, Bible Translations, Connections between Cultural Studies and Translation Studies

 

Selected Publications

Monographs

Contending Forces: Romantraditionen amerikanischer Schriftstellerinnen, 1850-1900. Frankfurt: Lang, 2013. Print.       

Der Süden im Spätwerk Faulkners. Frankfurt: Lang, 1992. Print.

Editions

(co-ed., with Patricia Plummer) Gender, Interkulturalität und Globalisierung. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2013 (in preparation)

(co-ed., with Renate von Bardeleben) Gender und Translation: Eine annotierte Bibliographie. Frankfurt: Lang, 2013 (in preparation)

(co-ed., with Renate von Bardeleben and Klaus H. Schmidt) American Multiculturalism and Ethnic Survival. Frankfurt: Lang, 2012. Print.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

“Utopien: Frauen und Arbeit. Entwürfe von Frauen in den USA der Jahrhundertwende." Koryphäe 22 (1997): 37-39. Print.

Invited Book Contributions

"'Writing the Pacific Rim': Gender und Globalisierung in Theresa Cha und Frank Chin." Gender, Interkulturalität und Globalisierung. Ed. Patricia Plummer and Sabina Matter-Seibel. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2013 (in preparation)

"Aliens, Translators, Native Speakers: Language and Ideology in Asian-American Fiction." American Multiculturalism and Ethnic Survival. Ed. Renate von Bardeleben, Sabina Matter-Seibel, and Klaus H. Schmidt. Frankfurt: Lang, 2012. 183-201. Print.

"False Speaker of Language: Translating and Interpreting in Contemporary Asian-American Fiction." Sprache und Welt: Forschung und Didaktik. Ed. Olexander Bilous. Kirowohrad: PBB Verlag, 2010. 40-56. Print.

 

Education

1994-2003: Post-doc at the University of Mainz, Department of Translation Studies, Linguistics and Cultural Studies

1985-1991: Doctoral Student at the University of Mainz, Department of Translation Studies, Linguistics and Cultural Studies

1983-1984: Student of American Studies at the Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA

1977-1981: Student of Translation at the University of Mainz, Department of Translation Studies, Linguistics and Cultural Studies