Sebastian M. Herrmann


Sebastian M. Herrmann is an American studies scholar at Leipzig University, Germany. His work is focused on the poetics of ('post-truth') politics, on popular culture, and on symbolic forms. His most recent monograph, currently forthcoming, focuses on the interdependence of data and literature in ninetheenth-century US culture.

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

Publications in the Series: Culture & Theory

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Beyond Narrative

Exploring Narrative Liminality and Its Cultural Work

A theory-based exploration of the way culture travels in and out of the symbolic form of narrative: what other forms are there, and how do they mix?

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