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Martin Huber
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University of Bayreuth
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Martin Huber

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Martin Huber

Martin Huber
Company: University of Bayreuth
Title: Tenured Full Professor and Chair of Modern German Literature
Location: Bayreuth
Fields of operation: Education, Science

Martin Huber Chair of Modern German Literature at the University of Bayreuth, Germany, and Vice-President for Teaching and Learning of the University of Bayreuth. 2013-2016 he was President of the Deutsche Germanistenverband (DGV). Since 2012 he is elected Member of the review board for Literary Studies of the German Science Foundation (DFG).

Having studied German and English Literature, he started his academic career as a research assistant at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich (1994 – 2002). In 2003 he became full professor of German Literature and Media Studies at the University of Hagen (Westfalia). Since 2010 Martin Huber holds the chair of Modern German Literature at the University of Bayreuth. In his research based on narratologist approach Martin Huber analyses narration in various media and crossmedia effects between Music, Literature and Film. His main interest are how narration is conditioned by the medium, models of reader engagement and the transportation of emotions within narration.

Martin Huber has written 15 Books and more than 50 articles on German Literature from the 18th to the 21st century, on intermedial and narratological aspects. Since 2000 he is Editor of the open access Review Journal IASLonline for cultural and literary studies.


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