About Dr Andrea Bandhauer

Dr Andrea Bandhauer’s research interests include: International and Comparative Literary Studies, late 19th and early 20th century German literature, contemporary German Literature, inter-and transcultural literary studies, literature and film, post-colonialism and migration. Dr Andrea Bandhauer‘s research work concentrates on the following areas: 1) body images in modern and contemporary literature, dance and film 2) German Expressionism 3)Austrian literature (Arthur Schnitzler, Robert Musil, Ingeborg Bachmann, Elfriede Jelinek, Marlene Streeruwitz, Margret Kreidl, etc.). 4) Fiction and autobiography 5) post-colonial literary studies and trans- and intercultural studies (Emine Sevgi Özdamar and Yoko Tawada) and 6) migration from Germany to Australia (e.g. the Hermannsburg mission in Central Australia).

Dr Bandhauer has supervised PhD projects on Ingeborg Bachmann and Thomas Mann and is currently supervising PhD and Research Masters projects on German Expressionism and German film.



Dr Andrea Bandhauer’s homepage:

http://sydney.edu.au/arts/german/staff/andrea_bandhauer.shtml

Selected publications

Andrea Bandhauer. “Terror in Elfriede Jelineks Bambiland.” in: Terror und Form/Terror and Form. Limbus-Australisches Jahrbuch für germanistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft/Australian Yearbook of German Literary and Cultural Studies. 4 (September, 2011): 139-149.

Andrea Bandhauer. "Ambiguity and Morality in Jelinek's Bambiland." CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 12.4 (2010): http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb/vol12/iss4/12

Andrea Bandhauer and Maria Veber. “Missionary Love and Duty: Frieda Keysser’s and Carl Strehlow’s Letters of Courtship 1894-1895". In: Andrea Bandhauer and Maria Veber (eds.), Migration and Cultural Contact: Germany and Australia. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2009, 131-147.

Andrea Bandhauer. Eine Poetologie der Fremde: Emine Sevgi Özdamars transkulturelle Erinnerungen. In: Erinnerungskrisen – Memory Crises. Limbus-Australisches Jahrbuch für germanistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft/Australian Yearbook of German Literary and Cultural Studies. Franz-Josef Deiters et al. (eds.), Freiburg i. Br., Berlin, Wien: Rombach, 2008: 199-211.

Andrea Bandhauer. “Michael Haneke’s La Pianiste: An Adaptation of Elfriede Jelinek’s The Piano Player.” Literature and Aesthetics 2 (2006): 269-289.

Andrea Bandhauer. “An Introduction to the Work of Elfriede Jelinek, Nobel Laureate in Literature 2004.” CLCWeb Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal. Purdue University Press, 7.1 (March 2005), pp. 11. (http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb05-1/contents05-1.html)

Andrea Bandhauer. “Margret Kreidls In allen Einzelheiten. Katalog als autobiographisches Experiment.” (Margret Kreidl’s In Full Detail. A Catalogue as an Autobiographical Experiment). In: Margarete Lamb-Faffelberger & Pamela S. Saur (eds.), Visions and Visionaries in Contemporary Austrian Literature and Film. New York: Peter Lang, 2004, 77-92.

Andrea Bandhauer and Udo Borgert. “Introduction.” In: Udo Borgert (ed.), Women's Words, Women's Works. An Anthology of Contemporary Austrian Plays by Women. Riverside, California: Ariadne Press, 2001, 3-49.

Andrea Bandhauer. "Dichterin und Tänzerin: Tanz als poetologischer Entwurf in Else Lasker-Schülers Die Nächte der Tino von Bagdad." Seminar 35.2 (May 1999): 107-21.

Andrea Bandhauer. “'Unermüdlicher tanzte nie der Tanz': Else Lasker-Schülers moderne Tanzbilder.” Seminar 32.2 (1996): 129-42.