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Ursula Stohler

Specializing in

  • Intertextuality in Russian women’s writing at the beginning of the nineteenth century
  • Czech Language and Literature
  • Textbook Studies
  • Concepts of Teaching Literature
  • Slavonic and East European Studies

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Some recent publications relevant for NEWW

  • (Doctoral thesis, presently being prepared for publication): Russian Women Writers of the 1800-1820s and the Response to Sentimentalist Literary Conventions of Nature, the Feminine and Writing: Mariia Pospelova, Mariia Bolotnikova, and Anna Naumova (2006).
  • "Released from her Fetters? Natural Equality in the Work of the Russian Sentimentalist Woman Writer Mariia Bolotnikova", in: Aspasia International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women's and Gender History, 2, 2008, p. 1-27.
  • "Presentation of a Research Project: Identity and Canon in the Teaching of Literature in the Czech Republic /1989-2007)", in: Schneider, Jan & Krausová, Lenka (eds.), Intermedialita: Slovo - Obraz – Zvuk: Sborník p?íspev? z mezinárodního sympozia. Olomouc: Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci, 2008, p. 155-162.
  • The Corinna Project. Writings by Russian Women Poets of the Nineteenth Century
  • "A Woman Calls for Women's Right to Preach: Marie Dentière (1490/1495-1561)", in History of Feminist Thought, ed. by Tiffany K. Wayne, Greenwood Press (in press).
  • "Rosa Mayreder: A Survey of the Woman Problem", in Idem.
  • "Louise Labé: A Letter to Women", in Idem.
  • Review of: Deeds, Not Words: The Origins of Women’s Philanthropy in the Russian Empire, by Wendy Rosslyn (2007), in Modern Language Review (in press).

Realized or planned activities/publications in NEWW-context

  • Contribution to the Translators, Interpreters, Mediators: Women Writers 1700-1900 Study Day, Chawton, 11 March 2006
  • Contribution to NEWW session of the Enlightenment Congress, Montpellier July 2007.
  • Participation in the Utrecht Exploratory Workshop, April 2008.
  • (with Suzan van Dijk) "NEWW: New approaches to European Women’s Writing (before 1900)", in Aspasia International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women's and Gender History, 2, 2008, p. 264-268.
  • Participating, as Swiss member of the Management Committee and WG 4 member, in COST Action IS 0901 “Women Writers In History” from 2009 until spring 2010; from 2010 as a Czech WG 4 member); cf. COST website.
  • Participating in COST Training School The Hague 11-16 October 2010.
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the WomenWriters database
  • Canon, Identity and Literary Skills in Czech Literature Textbooks.
  • Russian women’s writing and Europe.
  • Contributing to the final COST-WWIH conference FEMALE AUTHORSHIP IN EUROPE, The Hague June 19-21 2013
  • Contributing to The Transnational 19th century, Workshop Göteborg, 12-13 December 2013


  • ursula_stohler[at]hotmail.com

SvD, January 2014

  • Participants > Stohler

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