Jarmila Mildorf received her PhD in sociolinguistics from the University of Aberdeen (Scotland) and is now a Senior Lecturer of English language and literature at the University of Paderborn (Germany). She is the author of Storying Domestic Violence (2007) and has co-edited six collections of essays: Imaginary Dialogues in English: Explorations of a Literary Form (2012), The Writing Cure: Literature and Medicine in Context (2013), Magic, Science, Technology, and Literature (2nd ed. 2014), Imaginary Dialogues in American Literature and Philosophy (2014), Audionarratology: Interfaces of Sound and Narrative (2016) and Dialogue across Media (2016). She was also a guest co-editor of a special issue on Narrative: Knowing, Living, Telling (Partial Answers 6.2). Her research interests are dialogue studies, conversational storytelling, second-person narration, the medical humanities, and radio drama.
Essays in Partial Answers
Thought Presentation and Constructed Dialogue in Oral Stories : Limits and Possibilities of a Cross-Disciplinary Narratology
Volume 6, Number 2, May 2008
Narrative as a Way of Thinking
Sounding Postmodernity : Narrative Voices in the Radio Adaptation of Alasdair Grayís Lanark
Volume 15, issue 1, January 2017