Dr. Otilia Teodorescu-Stadler

Akademische Mitarbeiterin Amerikanistik

Room: H234
Phone: +49 7531 88 2440
E-Mail: otilia.teodorescu@uni-konstanz.de

Office Hours: Wed 11.30 am-12.30 pm

Curriculum Vitae

Academic Positions

Since 10/2015

Assistant Professor of American Studies, University of Konstanz

09/ 2014 – 10/2015

Substitute Assistant Professor of North American Studies and Student Advisor, Literature Department, University of Konstanz

09/ 2010 – 09 /2014

English Instructor (English Language and Literature), Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen

09/ 2009 – 02/ 2010

Teaching Assistant, Department of American Studies, University of Konstanz

10/ 2004- 02/ 2008

 Research Assistant, Department of American Studies, University of Konstanz


07/ 2009

PhD, North American Studies, University of Konstanz, magna cum laude   (1,0)               

01/ 2007- 09/ 2007 

Research Fellow, York University, Toronto, Canada

06/ 2003                                

MA, American Cultural Studies, University of Iasi, Romania (1,0)

06/ 2001

BA, British and American Studies and French Studies, University of Iasi, Romani(1,0)


North American Poetry
Comparative North American Poetry and Short Fiction
African American Studies
Intergenerational Studies and Contemporary Coming-of-Age Fiction



Re-Writing Love: North American Love Poetry of the Twentieth Century. Augsburg: Wißner Verlag, 2010.

 “’I Need You to Be Somewhere’: Margaret Atwood’s Ecopoetics of Hope and Endurance in Dearly.” In: Zeitschrift für Kanada-Studien, Wißner Verlag, 2023: 60-77.

 ”Strategies of Encoding Emotion in Michael Ondaatje’s Love Poetry. “ In: Banauch, Eugen et al. (eds.) Canadiana: Apropos Canada / A Propos du Canada 8. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010: 31-48.

„Glas de seara“/ „Voix du soir“ and „Legenda noastra“ / „Notre légende“ - poems by Romanian poet Lucian Blaga (translations from Romanian into French). The Lucian Blaga Papers, Sibiu: "Lucian Blaga" University Press, 2000.

Conference Papers and Invited Talks

Current courses

Title Type
The Harlem Renaissance Introductory Seminar
Introduction to Literary and Cultural Analysis Introductory Event