• Eva Erber
  • Eva Erber
  • Ph.D. candidate
  • Office: 15 Seminary Place, 4th floor
  • Campus: College Avenue Campus
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Eva Erber joined the department in Fall 2015 as a Teaching Assistant.

Before joining the German Graduate Program at Rutgers as a Teaching Assistant in 2015, Eva studied Graphic Design, Comparative Literature, and Theater- Film, and Media Studies in Austria and the Netherlands. Her doctoral thesis analyzes the connection between "women's work" and creative processes in the works of Vicki Baum, Hilde Maria Kraus, and Rahel Sanzara. Her other research interests include crime narratives, graphic design history and theory, and the historical avant-gardes. Eva also has a passion for teaching and currently works as an educational developer at the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Vienna, Austria.

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

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, 2022 (peer reviewed), pp.207-2018

„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, 2015, pp.179-183

Translation: Andrés Zervigon: ,,Montagetechniken der anderen deutschen Avantgarde: Die Arbeiter– Illustrierte Zeitung 1921-1938". Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, available here.