Anderson, Natasha

Natasha Anderson is a Doctoral Research Fellow in the Department of English and Linguistics, examining the Victorian visceral novel reader in a project funded by the German Research Foundation (DGF), at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. She earned her M.A. in American Studies at the University of Mainz, and attained her B.A. in English and History at the University of Stuttgart. She spent a year abroad on scholarship at Marymount University in Virginia, U.S.A, and represented the University of Mainz at the Institute for World Literature 2019 at Harvard University. She recently presented at international conferences in Athens, Greece; Dublin, Ireland; as well as Bonn and Passau, Germany.

Natasha Anderson ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Department of English and Linguistics mit dem DFG-geförderten Projekt „The Visceral Novel Reader“ an der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz. Sie erhielt ihren M.A. in American Studies an der Universität Mainz und ihren B.A. in Anglistik und Geschichte an der Universität Stuttgart. Sie absolvierte ein Auslandsstudienjahr mit einem Stipendium der Marymount University in Virginia, U.S.A., und repräsentierte die Universität Mainz am Institute for World Literature 2019 an der Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Sie hielt Vorträge auf internationalen Konferenzen in Athen, Griechenland, und Dublin, Irland, sowie an Universitäten in Bonn und Passau.
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Title of Master’s Thesis: “Nineteenth-Century German Migrant Letters and Periodical Articles: A Transnational Analysis”

Title of Bachelor’s Thesis: “Mother and Child as Outsiders in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and The Scarlet Letter

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