Jutta Eming

Institute of German and Dutch Philology, Ancient Language and Literature, Free University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Jutta Eming is Professor for Medieval German Literature and Language at the Institute of German and Dutch Languages and Literatures, Free University, Berlin. She is a medievalist and early modernist, with a strong interest in theory and interdisciplinary work. Her research and teaching Focuses on German Medieval and Early Modern Literature, love especially courtly novels, love and adventure novels, short stories, and religious drama. Her theoretical interest includes concepts of emotions, the body and performativity; media history and theories of incest; concepts of the marvelous and the fantastic; genre theory, gender, and psychoanalytical Approaches to literature.

Primary Recipient Awards

International Visiting Research Scholars, Jutta Eming, 2016

Jutta Eming
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