Dr. Joshua Parker

Title prefix: 
Dr.
First name: 
Joshua
Family name: 
Parker
Country: 
Austria
Institution: 
University of Salzburg
Department: 
English and American Studies
Title: 
Postdoctoral Fellow
Languages: 
French, English, German
Teaching areas: 

American and English Literature

Research areas: 

Narrative Theory

Publications: 

Books • Tales of Berlin in American Literature Up to the 21st Century, Brill, 2016. 450 pp. www.brill.com/products/book/tales-berlin-american-literature-21st-century

Metamorphosis and Place: Issues in Place Studies, Cambridge Scholars Press (edited anthology, with introduction), November 2009. 269 pp. ISBN 1-4438-1104-1. • Ecrire son lecteur : L’évolution du narrateur américain et l’emploi de la deuxième personne, 1750-2000. Lille 2007. 428 pp. ISSN 0294-1767. Refereed Publications • “Hemingway’s Lost Presence in Baldwin’s Parisian Room.” Hemingway and the Black Renaissance. Ohio State University Press. Charles Scruggs and Gary Holcomb, eds. 2012. • “Metalepsis at its Most Discreet: A New Form?” Amsterdam International Electronic Journal for Cultural Narratology, 2012. • “Simultaneous Narratives: Re-Storing Jewish-American Memory in Berlin.” In Cityscapes in the Americas and Beyond. Jens Martin Gurr and Wilfried Rauss, eds. University of Bielefeld, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2011. • “A Venice all of Evil: James on Ruskin’s Veils.” In Ruskin, Venice and 19th Century Cultural Travel, Bricole, Keith Hanley and Emma Sdegno, eds., 2011. • “Berlin’s ‘meaning’ in American Fiction.” Austausch: German Studies Online Journal, 2011. • “Adapting American Visual Rhetoric in Post Cold War Bulgaria.” Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society, 1 (2), 2011. • “The Fiction of Russell Banks: Where Culture, Geography, and Metalepsis Intersect.” Language and Literature, August 2010, 19 (3). • “Falls.” Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment. Oxford University Press, 2010. • “Where you’re supposed to be: Apostrophe and Apocalypse in Palahniuk.” Chuck Palahniuk: American Monsters and Literary Mayhem. Routledge. Cynthia Kuhn, ed., 2009. • “Reading Turkish Maritime Painting: Changes in Visual Narratives in the Early Turkish Republic.” The International Journal of the Humanities, vol. 6, issue 6, November 2008. • “Symbolic Geography in the Novels of Henry James.” Urbana, vol. 8, Autumn 2006. Reprinted in The Urbana Reader, Michael McAdams, ed. (in press). • “African Americans in Paris,” and “The Place of African Art in American Museums,” Encyclopedia of African American Literature, Greenwood Press, Hans Ostrom and J. David Macey, eds., September 2005. • “’Words cant never be the same as what it was’: R.M. Berry Maps the Struggle toward Mimesis.” Cahiers Charles V, University of Paris, No. 38, June 2005. • “Gertrude Stein and the Self-Marketing Memoir.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism, Vol. 14:1, 2005. • “Le Duplex and Le Depot,” Harrington Fiction Quarterly, spring 2003. • “Global Advertising’s Failure in Bulgaria.” symplokē, vol. 9, no.s 1-2, 2001.

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