piwik-script

Deutsch Intern
    Startseite

    CV

    After finishing her Matric (National Senior Certificate) at Abbotts College, Cape Town with an elective in Dramatic Arts, Anna Frieda Kuhn pursued her BA in English/American Studies and Philosophy/Religion (University of Würzburg, University of Cambridge). She completed her MA in Modern Literatures (Neuere Literaturen) with a thesis titled ‘Post-Colonial Dramaturgies of Sound: Adapting Greek Tragedy in the Global South’ (2020). During her MA studies, she also completed a short-term research stay at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (2019).

     

    Conference Papers

    ‘Canine Imaginaries and the Construction of the Other in Early Modern Southern Africa.’ On Belonging 2:  English Conceptions of Migration and Transculturality, 1550 – 1700, July 2021, University of Oxford. (Online)

    Creating New Worlds in Time: The Normative Force of Rushdie and Shamsie.’ When Is Theory?  Shifts of Time Frame in Contemporary Literary Studies, April 2021, Babeş-Bolyai University. (Online)

    ‘The Postmemory of Apartheid: South African Theatre as a Living Archive.’ Postmemory and the Contemporary World: 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference, February 2021. (Online)

    ‘Introductory Keynote: “Homo Classicus”.’ Globalized (Neo-)Classicisms? Uses of Antiquity in Contemporary World Literatures, December 2020, JMU Würzburg and Jawaharlal Nehru University. (Online)

    ‘Post-Colonial Dramaturgies of Sound: Adapting Greek Tragedy in the Global South.’ Two-Day International Workshop on “Literature in a Globalized World, February 2020, Jawaharlal Nehru University. (IND)

    ‘Sound and the South: Staging Greek Tragedy in Post-Colonial South Africa.’ Re-/Un-working Tragedy: Perspectives from the Global South. CRASSH, December 2019, University of Cambridge. (GBR)