Sabine H. Seiler

Sabine H. Seiler

Degree(s) earned and location:

M.A. Florida State University
B.A. Philipps Universität, Marburg, Germany

Research Interests:

Romanticism (German and British), Translation (esp. translation theory), Philosophy of Language.

Dissertation Title:

“Hoverings: Romantic Irony between Friedrich Schlegel and Percy B. Shelley”

Select Publications:

Three scenes from the German version of Eichmann’s Heirs, a play by Susanne
Ayoub and Kurt Raubal, Beacons, 2002

Select Conference Presentations:

  • “The Alchemy of Translation: Lessons from Romanticism,” American Comparative
    Literature Association, College Park, PA, March 2005
  • “History and Futurity in Shelley’s ‘Defence’: Language as Crucible,” Romanticism,
    History, Historicism Conference, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, June 2004
  • “Shelley’s ‘Defence of Poetry’: Discovering a New World in the Old,” International
    Conference on Romanticism, Florida State University, Tallahassee, October 2002

Select Teaching Experience:

ENG 260: Forms of Poetry
ENG 291: British Literary Traditions
ENG 240Z: Growing Up in America
ENG 121: Reading Literature
ENG 223: Short Story