Angelika Zirker |
Dr. Angelika Zirker is a research assistant and lecturer of English philology at Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, Germany. Her PhD (published in 2010) is about The Pilgrim as a Child: Concepts of Play, Language and Salvation in Lewis Carroll’s Alice Books. She is an associate member of the postgraduate programme Dimensions of Ambiguity, and co-editor of Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate. Her research interests and publications include Shakespeare, Early Modern Poetry, children’s literature and concepts of childhood, literature and ethics, as well as nineteenth-century literature and culture, with a strong emphasis on the novel. Her current project deals with the relations between poetry and the stage during the Early Modern period, with a particular focus on Sir Philip Sidney, William Shakespeare, and John Donne.
Essays in Partial Answers
Physiognomy and the Reading of Character in Our Mutual Friend
Volume 9, Issue 2, January 2011
Narrative as a Way of Thinking