Edited By Jasmin Herrmann, Moritz Ingwersen, Björn Sonnenberg-Schrank and Olga Ludmila Tarapata
The collected volume brings together leading scholars from a broad range of disciplines in the humanities to interrogate the productivity of style as an element of cultural expression and a parameter of cultural analysis. Despite its ubiquity in examinations of artistic singularity or postulations of epochal patterns, style remains a notoriously elusive concept. Suspicious of monolithic definitions, the contributions assembled in this volume address style from a multiplicity of methodological and conceptual angles, drawing from fields that include literary studies, film and media studies, post-structuralist philosophy, philosophy of science, and American cultural studies.
About the editors
Jasmin Herrmann teaches North American Literature and Culture in the Department of English at the University of Cologne.
Moritz Ingwersen teaches North American Literature and Culture in the Department of Literature, Art and Media Studies at the University of Konstanz.
Björn Sonnenberg-Schrank teaches in the Department of English at the University of Cologne, specializing in American literature and film.
Olga Tarapata holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Cologne. She specializes in North American literature and culture, science fiction, and disability studies.
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