KFG FOR 2603
Dr. Claus Telge
- F1 – Boundaries between genre(s)
- F2 – Boundaries between language(s)
- F3 – Boundaries between culture(s)
- German literature from the 19th to the 21st century
- Literary translation; translation theory
- Theory and history of the lyric
- Postcolonial Studies
- World Literature
Sea Poetry in the Anthropocene
A list of publications is available here.
2020. PostDoc (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) DFG Centre for Advanced Studies FOR 2603 “Poetry in Transition.”
2015–2020. Associate Professor, Osaka University, Department of German Literature.
2015. Dr. phil./PhD, Department of German Literature, Leipzig University, Department of German Studies, University of Arizona.
2014–2015. Research/Teaching Assistant (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), Leipzig University, Department of German Literature.
2009–2010. Research/Teaching Assistant, Department of German Studies, University of Arizona.
2008–2015. Joint PhD Program in Transcultural German Studies, University of Leipzig, University of Arizona.
2007. MA, International Information Management, Political Science, Literature and Aesthetical Communication, University of Hildesheim.
Fellowships, Grants and Prices
2019–2020. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), Grant ID: 19K00499, Principal Investigator: “A historical-descriptive study of the relationship between authorship and translation in German poetry from the early modern period to modernity.”
2016–2018. Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), Grant ID: 16K16802, Principal Investigator: “Poetics of the here-and-now: German-language poetry after 2000.”
2009–2013. Doctoral Scholarship, Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German National Academic Foundation).