Dr Katalin Teller

Assistant Professor

Katalin Teller (1973) graduated in German and Slavic Studies in 2000 and received her PhD in German Studies in 2007. Between 2006 and 2008 she worked as project coordinator and researcher at the Institute for German Studies. She joined the Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies of ELTE, Budapest in 2008 as project assistant and she works as Assistant Professor since 2009. Katalin was awarded numerous fellowships, including visiting scholarships in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation (1995, 1996, 1999), Konstanz, Germany (2002-2003), and Vienna, Austria (2004-2006, 2010). From 2007 to 2013 she was editor of Kakanien revisited, a platform for interdisciplinary CE and SEE studies (www.kakanien.ac.at). Since 2012 she has been working as project assistant at Vienna University (“Transdifferenz in der Literatur deutschsprachiger Migrantinnen in Österreich-Ungarn”). Her research interests include political aesthetics and the history of popular and urban culture in Austria and Hungary in the first half of the 20th century.



(Co-editor):  Film als Loch in der Wand. Kino und Geschichte bei Siegfried Kracauer. [Film as Hole in the Wall. Film and History in Siegfried Kracauer]. Wien: Turia + Kant 2013

(Co-authored): Aki másnak vermet ás… A bécsi és budapesti lapok rejtvényrovata 1916-ban [The biter bit… Riddle columns in newspapers of Vienna and Budapest in 1916]. In: Sic Itur ad Astra 27 (2013) 63, 167-177

“Dieser Zirkus ist doch nur äußerlich ein Zirkus.” Die Besetzungen des Zirkus Busch im Wiener Prater 1911 und 1919 [“This Circus is a Circus Only from the Outside”. Occupations of the Zirkus Busch in the Viennese Prater in 1911 and 1919]. In: Fischer, Wladimir/Meißl, Gerhard (eds.): Brückenschläge – Bridging the Divide. Vienna, Deuticke 2012 (forthcoming)

Schnittpunkte zwischen Kritik und Ohnmacht. Die Rubrik Der blaue Montag und Richard Guttmann im Ersten Weltkrieg [Intersections of Critic and Powerlessness. The Column Der blaue Montag and Richard Guttmann in the First World War]. In: Knafl, Arnulf (ed.): Gedichte und Geschichte. Zur poetischen und politischen Rede in Österreich. Wien: Praesens 2011, 47–68.

(Co-authored): Groß und bündig. Über Gebundenheit und Selektivität im Umgang mit Periodika [Great and Flush. On Binding and Selectivity When Dealing with Periodicals]. In: Eder, Thomas; Kobenter, Samo; Plener, Peter (eds.): Seitenweise. Was das Buch ist. Wien: Edition Atelier 2011, 395–407.

The Texture of the Retina: Intertwining Patterns of Perception in the City. On Andrei Bely’s Petersburg and Ingo Schulze’s 33 Moments of Happiness. In: http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/soi/article/view/8004/7157

(Co-editor): Keresztmetszetek 1867-1939. Tudományképek és kulturális technikák a magyar és német nyelvű kultúrában. CD-ROM [Cross Sections 1867-1939. Images of Science and Cultural Techniques in Hungarian and German Language Culture. CD-ROM]. Budapest, Gondolat 2007.


Contact Details

Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies
Department of Aesthetics
Eötvös Loránd University
Mail: Múzeum krt. 6-8 1088-Budapest Hungary
E-mail: teller.katalin@btk.elte.hu
Phone: (36) 14116570

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