Gerd Bayer

Prof. Dr. Gerd Bayer

Lehrstuhl für Anglistik, insbesondere Literaturwissenschaft
Raum: Raum C3A5
Bismarckstraße 1
91054 Erlangen


Differenzkategorien in der englischen Literatur und Kultur: Postkolonialismus und Disability Studies

Publikationen (Auswahl)

  1. Bayer, G./Kläger, F. (2016): Early Modern Constructions of Europe. New York: Routledge.
  2. Bayer, G. (2014): „Cannibalizing the Other: David Mitchell’s Jacob de Zoet and the Incorporation of Exotic Pasts.” Neo-Historical Exoticism, Elodie Rousselot. London: Palgrave, 103–19.
  3. Bayer, G. (2014): „Loss and the Nation: Growing up in David Mitchell’s Black Swan Green.” Narrating Loss: Representations of Mourning, Nostalgia and Melancholia in Contemporary Anglophone Fictions, Brigitte Johanna Glaser/Barbara Puschmann-Nalenz (Hgg.). Trier: WVT, 15–26.
  4. Bayer, G. (2013): „The Spirit of Conviviality and the Demons of the Marketplace in Ben Okri’s The Famished Road.” In: The Famished Road: Ben Okri’s Imaginary Homelands. Vanessa Guignery (Hrsg.). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 77–91.
  5. Bayer, G. (2012): „Negotiating Ethnic Difference in Restoration Travel Fiction.” Arcadia 1, 34–53.
  6. Bayer, G. (2011): „Subverting the Tropical Island.” In: Projections of Paradise: Ideal Elsewheres in Postcolonial Migrant Literature, Helga Ramsey-Kurz/Geetha Ganapathy-Doré (Hgg.). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 49–72.
  7. Bayer, G. (2007): „Violence and the Postcolonial Project: On Watching City of God.” Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies2, 36–49.