Jonas Kellermann M.A.

Lecturer of English Literature (Akademischer Mitarbeiter Englische Literaturwissenschaft)

E-mail: jonas.kellermann@uni-konstanz.de
Phone: +49 (0) 7531 88 2058
Office: H 201

Office hours during the winter semester: Wednesday, 3.30 - 5 p.m. Alternatively, please contact me for an appointment via e-mail.

Postal Address:

Jonas Kellermann
Universität Konstanz
Fachbereich Literatur-, Kunst-, und Medienwissenschaft
Fach 161
78457 Konstanz  


Research Interests

  • Early Modern English Drama
  • Theater and Performance Studies
  • Affect and Emotion Theory
  • Music and Dance Studies

Ph.D. Project

  • “Dramaturgies of Amorous Emotion in Romeo and Juliet“ [working title]

Curriculum Vitae

  • 2017  Martin Lehnert Award by the German Shakespeare Foundation
    (Deutsche Shakespeare-Stiftung) for the Master’s Thesis “‘Think anon it lives’: Oscillating Perceptions in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale” 

  • Since 10/2016  Research Assistant and Lecturer (Akademischer Mitarbeiter)
    English Literature (Prof. Dr. Christina Wald)
    University of Konstanz

  • 2014-2016  Master of Arts
    English Studies
    Freie Universität Berlin

  • 2010-2014  Bachelor of Arts
    English Philology, Theatre Studies
    Freie Universität Berlin, University of Edinburgh

Memberships:

  • Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft

  • European Shakespeare Research Association
  • Gesellschaft für Theaterwissenschaft
  • Gesellschaft für Tanzforschung

Conference Presentations

  • "Pas de Deux, Pas d’amour: Duological Love in Balletic Adaptations of Romeo and Juliet", Shakespeare and European Geographies: Centralities and Elsewheres – Conference of the European Shakespeare Research Association, Roma Tre University, 9-12 July 2019. 

  • "A Lover's Discourse: Emotive Speech Force in Romeo and Juliet", Making Connections: Early Modern Texts and Cultures - London Shakespeare Centre and Shakespeare's Globe Inaugural Graduate Conference, King's College London, 23-24 February 2018.
  • "'I defy you stars': The Silent Solo in Sasha Waltz's Roméo et Juliette", Shakespeare and European Theatrical Cultures: AnAtomizing Text and Stage – Conference of the European Shakespeare Research Association, University of Gdansk, 27-30 July 2017.

  • "Languages of Emoting in Hector Berlioz's Roméo et Juliette", Shakespeare and European Theatrical Cultures: AnAtomizing Text and Stage - Conference of the European Shakespeare Research Association, University of Gdansk, 27.-30.07.2017.
  • "'Holy palmer's kiss': Affective Iconography in Romeo and Juliet", Shakespeare and the Reformation, Shakespeare Seminar at the conference of the German Shakespeare Association (Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft), Weimar, 20-23 April 2017.
  • "The Sound of Silence: Affective Contagion in Sasha Waltz's Roméo et Juliette", International Conference of Young Researchers on Theatre Studies (CIJIET), Universidad de Murcia, 02-04 November 2016.
  • "'I have drunk and seen the spider': Fears of Illegitimacy in The Winter's Tale", Shakespeare's Europe - Europe's Shakespeare(s) - Conference of the European Shakespeare Research Association, University of Worcester, 29 June – 02 July 2015.
  • "Faith Awakened: The Suspension of (Dis-)Belief in The Winter's Tale, 17th British Graduate Student Conference, The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon Avon, 04-06 June 2015.

Publications

  • "'Othello': Herbsttagung in Bochum, 23.-24. November 2018", Report, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 155 (2019), 287-289.

  • "'Flucht - Exil - Migration': Shakespeare-Tage in Weimar, 20.-22. April 2018", Report, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 155 (2019), 284-287.

  • "'Eine Geschichte zweier Ballette: Nacho Duatos Romeo und Julia an der Staatsoper Berlin", Review, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 155 (2019), 199-203.

  • "'Shakespeare und die Reformation': Shakespeare-Tage in Weimar, 20.-23. April 2017", Report, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 154 (2018), 263-266.

  • “‘Holy Palmer’s Kiss‘: Affective Iconography in Romeo and Juliet”, Shakespeare Seminar 15 (2017), 53-65.

  • "'I am not what I am': Versucher der (postmigrantischen) Dekonstruktion in Berlin", Review of Ophelias Zimmer at Schaubühne Berlin, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 153 (2017), 196-200.
  • "'Shakespeare's Green Worlds': Shakespeare-Tage in Bochum, 22.-24. April 2016“, Report, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 153 (2017), 267-270.
  • "'Shakespeare's Endgames - Poetiken des Schlusses': Herbsttagung in Weimar, 25.-26. November 2016", Report, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 153 (2017), 270-271.
  • "Ein Totentanz der Liebenden: Roméo et Juliette an der Deutschen Oper Berlin", Review, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 152 (2016), 185-188.
  • "'Helden und Heldinnen bei Shakespeare': Shakespeare-Tage in Berlin, 23.-26. April 2015", Report, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 152 (2016), 273-275.
  • "'Krieg und Gedenken': Shakespeare-Tage Bochum, 14.-16. November 2014", Report, Shakespeare Jahrbuch 151 (2015), 288-289.