Graduate Students

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  • Eva Erber
  • Graduate Student
  • Email: eva.erber@rutgers.edu
  • Office: 15 Seminary Place, Room 4126
  • Campus: College Avenue Campus
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Eva Erber joined the department in Fall 2015 as a Teaching Assistant.

Education

Ph.D. student and fellow, German Studies, Rutgers University

Combined M.A. and B.A. (Mag.) with honors, Theater, Film, and Media Studies, University of Vienna, 2015

B.A. with honors, Comparative Literature Studies, University of Vienna, 2013

B.A. with honors, Graphic Design, New Design University St. Pölten, 2007

Academic Interests

The connection of work, labor, and art in the Weimar Republic
The (historical) avant-gardes
History and theory of graphic design and typography
Crime narratives in literature and film

Honors and Awards

2020/2021       Excellence Fellowship, Rutgers University

2020                Egon Schwarz Research Grant, American Friends of Marbach

2019/2020      Pre-Doctoral Leadership Academy Fellowship, Rutgers University

2019                Cinema Studies Small Grant, Rutgers University
                        Conference Travel Award, Rutgers School for Graduate Studies

2018                Max Kade Summer Fellowship
                        Conference Travel Award, Rutgers School for Graduate Studies

2017                Neuse-Prize for Best Graduate Essay for „Ich bin Ophelia – Weiblichkeiten in Heiner Müllers  Hamletmaschine”,
                      German Department Rutgers

                        Rutgers Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Fellowship, Rutgers School of Graduate Studies (ongoing)

2016/2017      Charlotte M. Craig Graduate Fellowship in German

2016                Graduate Teaching Award, German Department Rutgers

2015                OeAD Grant as part of Franz Werfel program for a Teaching Assistantship at the Comenius University, Bratislava

2010                Erasmus Program Scholarship

Publications

„Der Vermittlung auf der Spur – Humoristische Störungen in Kottan ermittelt“. In: Florian

Wagner, Georg Vogt, Wolfgang Liemberger, Christine Ehardt (eds.), Serielle

Zustände - Annäherungen an die Österreichische Fernsehlandschaft, Sonderzahl Wien (peer reviewed; forthcoming, 2020)

Translation: Andrés Zervigon: „Montagetechniken der anderen deutschen Avantgarde: Die Arbeiter-Illustrierte Zeitung 1921-1938“. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, available here (2020)

Review: Paul Buchholz: Private Anarchy: Impossible Community and the Outsider’s Monologue in German Experimental Fiction. In: Monatshefte Vol. 112, No. 2, Summer 2020, pp.346-348 (2020)

„Vernachlässigte Diversität – Eine Spurensuche in Konrad Bayers Konzepten und Ideen“. In: Klaus Kastberger and Thomas Eder (eds.): Konrad Bayer: Texte, Bilder, Sounds. Profile – Magazin des Österreichischen Literaturarchivs No. 22, pp.179-183 (2015)

Review: Willem Strank and Claus Tieber (eds.): Jazz im Film. Beiträge zu Geschichte und Theorie eines intermedialen Phänomens. In: Jazzforschung/Jazz Research No. 47, pp.2247-2250 (2015)

Conference Talks (selection)

 “Mutterschaft, Arbeit und Literaturproduktion: Versuch einer Verortung der Frau in Rahel Sanzaras Die glückliche Hand”, Department of German, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures Colloquium, Rutgers University (virtual, 2020)

“Breaking the Grid: Else Lasker-Schüler’s and Arno Schmidt’s Visual Negotiations of Literary Production”, Perlego: Critical Perspectives on Image and Text, Oxford University (virtual, 2020)

“TextBild: Else Lasker-Schüler’s Letters and Postcards”, German Studies Association Conference (virtual, 2020)

“Textuelle Handgeburten in Rahel Sanzaras Die glückliche Hand”, Media Philology Summer Academy, organized by Rutgers and the Ruhr Universität Bochum, Rutgers University (2019)

“The Nature of the Battle – Alice Schalek’s Renditions of World War I”, Austrian Studies Association Conference, Bowling Green State University Ohio (2019)

 “,eindruckskunst‘ and ZOCK! – Gerhard Rühm and the Materiality of Language”, Rutgers German Graduate Conference (2018)

“Explosions in the Sky – Visual Apocalypses in Sonne Halt! and Die Schwarze Sonne”, Rutgers German Graduate Conference  (2017)

Teaching Experience

Advanced German II
Advanced German I
Intermediate German I
Elementary German I
Contemporary German Media and Society
German Conversation for Beginners

German for Reading Knowledge for Graduate Students (School for Graduate Studies/ The Language Center)
Introduction to College Teaching 1 (TA-Project / School for Graduate Studies)
Introduction to College Teaching 2 – Designing your own Syllabus (TA Project / School for Graduate Studies)

Recitation Section Instructor and Coordinator for Past Today: Why Conflicts Endure – Prof. Richard Serrano (Comparative Literature)