Mag. Dr.

Julia Lajta-Novak , MA

Member of the Young Academy since 2017

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0000-0001-6025-2857

Research Areas:

  • Linguistics and Literature
  • English studies
  • General literature studies
  • History of literature
  • Cultural studies
  • Gender studies
  • Life-Writing, Biographical Fiction Gender Studies Restoration Verse Satire Poetry and Performance Black British Literature Literature Development

Profile:

CV/Website

Publications:

Website

Selected Memberships:

- Historical Fictions Research Network (UK)
- Editorial board Journal of Historical Fictions
- International Auto/Biography Association Europe (IABA)
- Editorial board European Journal of Life Writing
- Netzwerk Biographieforschung (A)
- ESSE Gender Studies Network (national correspondent)
- German Society for the Study of English

Selected Prizes:

- Elise Richter Fellowship, FWF, 2016
- Preis für hervorragende Lehre, Universität Salzburg, 2015
- Marie-Andeßner Habilitationsstipendium, University of Salzburg, 2015
- Hertha Firnberg Fellowship, FWF, 2012
- Doc.Award der Stadt Wien/Universität Wien, 2011

Selected Publications:

  • Boldrini, Lucia; Lajta-Novak, Julia (Hrsg.) (2017) Experiments in Life Writing: Intersections of Auto/Biography and Fiction. In Reihe: Palgrave Studies in Life Writing, 1; Basingstoke: Palgrave (294 Seiten).
  • Lajta-Novak, Julia (2016) 'Rais’d from a Dunghill, to a King’s Embrace': Restoration Verse Satires on Nell Gwyn as Life-Writing. Life Writing, Bd. 13 (4), S. 449-464.
  • Lajta-Novak, Julia (2014) Nell Gwyn in Contemporary Romance Novels: Biography and the Dictates of 'Genre Literature'. Contemporary Women's Writing, Bd. 8 (3), S. 373-390 <'http://cww.oxfordjournals.org/content/8/3/373.full.pdf+html'>.
  • Lajta-Novak, Julia (2012) Performing the Poet, Reading (to) the Audience: Some Thoughts on Live Poetry as Literary Communication. Journal of Literary Theory, Bd. 6 (2), S. 358-382 <'http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/jlt-2012-0003'>.
  • Lajta-Novak, Julia (2011) Live Poetry: An Integrated Approach to Poetry in Performance., Amsterdam: Rodopi (271 Seiten); zugleich: Doktorarbeit, Wien <'www.livepoetry.net'>.