Marcus Hartner

Marcus Hartner is a senior lecturer in English studies at Bielefeld University. He is an associate member and former principal investigator of the Collaborative Research Centre 1288 »Practices of Comparing« funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). His main fields of research encompass the study of narrative and the intersection of race, gender, and class in early modern literature and culture. Among his further research interests are the study of migration literature, maritime humanities, and Anglo-Muslim relations in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Cultural History, Cultural History, Cultural Studies, English and American Literature Studies, History, Literary Studies

Publications in the Series: Culture & Theory

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Comparative Practices
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Comparative Practices

Literature, Language, and Culture in Britain's Long Eighteenth Century

An investigation of the formative role of practices of comparing in British literature and culture during the long eighteenth century.

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