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Inge Arteel
Vrije Universiteit Brussel


Inge Arteel is lecturer of German Literature at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Her research focuses on post-1945 Austrian literature and drama – with a particular interest in experimental writers (esp. Jelinek and Mayröcker), on text and theatricality, the radio play, and gender studies. Recent publications:


Arteel, Inge, and Stefan Krammer, eds. 2016. In-Differenzen: Alterität im Schreiben Josef Winklers. Tübingen: Stauffenburg.

Pewny, Katharina, and Inge Arteel. 2016. “Ritual Failure Remains? The Inaccessibility of the Dead (Corpse) in Antigone and in Contemporary Post-Conflict Art.” Forum Modernes Theater: 177–88.

Arteel, Inge. 2014. Jelinek on the Dutch-speaking stage: From Marginal Attention to Dramaturgical Success.” Austrian Studies 22: 43–58.

Arteel, Inge. 2012. Friederike Mayröcker. Hannover: Wehrhahn.


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