Team


Head


Ao. Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Pia Janke

German Studies and Theatre Studies (dissertation thesis on Peter Handke), training course for cultural management. At first, Prof. Janke was a dramaturge for musical theatre, among others at the Wiener Staatsoper and the opera house in Bonn. As an associate professor, Pia Janke is at the German department of the University of Vienna. Her habilitation was about mass festivals. She has taught at the University of Applied Arts and at the mdw, the University for Music and Applied Arts.

T: +43 664 1217525 pia.janke@univie.ac.at


Deputy Chairwomen


Ao. Univ.-Prof. i.R. Dr. Monika Meister

Theatre studies, ethnology and philosophy in Vienna. Doctoral Thesis on the topic of Purgatory – Catharsis – Subversion and she contributed to a Theory of Theatre of the 19th and 20th century. Since 1992, she has been a university lecturer at the institute for theatre, film and media studies at the University of Vienna, chairwoman of the institute from 2004-2010. Lectures and publications on the history and theory of theatre.

T: +43 1 4277 48415
monika.meister@univie.ac.at

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Karoline Exner

German studies and philosophy at the University of Cologne as well as at the FU Berlin. Exner studied directing at the Viennese Max Reinhard Seminar, wrote her doctoral thesis in the field of dramaturgy and philosophy at the University of Vienna and worked as a directress and dramaturgist in Austria and Switzerland. Since 2013, administration of the degree programme acting at the Music and Arts Private University of Vienna and dean of the faculty of performing arts.

T: +43 664 606 47 530
k.exner@muk.ac.at


Scientific Staff


Mag. Andrea Katharina Heinz

German Studies, philosophy, art history and Scandinavian studies in Passau and Vienna. Heinz wrote her Master thesis on the criticism of logocentricity in Ingeborg Bachmann’s Todesarten project. She has been writing for print and online media since 2010 and was working as a press speaker for the Volkstheater Wien from 2015 to 2017. Heinz is working on her doctoral thesis in German studies about Ingeborg Bachmann at the University of Vienna.

T: +43 1 4277 25502
andrea.katharina.heinz@univie.ac.at

Mag. Dr. Rosa Eidelpes

Doctoral thesis in general and comparative literature at the FU Berlin, from 2015 to 2017. Eidelpes worked as a scientific employee at the Peter Szondi Institute for General and Comparative Literature at the FU Berlin between March and June 2017, Eidelpes was a research fellow at the IFK in Vienna and from 2018 to 2019 she was scientific personnel at the Cluster for Excellence “Cultural Basis of Integration” at the University of Konstanz.

T: +43 1 4277 25503
r.eidelpes@muk.ac.at

Sabrina Weinzettl, MA

Weinzettl studied German Studies at the University of Vienna, wrote her master thesis on “Das hat Gott getan” Elfriede Jelinek’s “Wut” (2019) (“This was done by God” Elfriede Jelinek’s “Rage”. She participated in the workshop for the promotion of aspiring talents Elfriede Jelinek: Alterität. Xenophobie und kulturelle Übersetzung (Alterity. Xenophobia and cultural translation), where she wrote an article on Elfriede Jelinek’s Wut (Rage). From 2015 to 2016,  Weinzettl worked as an editor at the Badener Zeitung.

T: +43 1 4277 25504
sabrina.weinzettl@univie.ac.at


Organizational Assistant


Mag. Susanne Teutsch

Teutsch studied comparative literature and Romance languages in Vienna and Milan. Her diploma thesis is about the carnevalesque in Elfriede Jelinek’s and Luisa Valenzuela’s work. From 2012 to 2015, Teutsch was a lecturer for the Austrian Exchange Programme in Bucarest. She participated in workshops for the promotion of aspiring talents with articles on film references on Jelinek’s essays and on the poetry discourse, Die Kinder der Toten (Children of the Dead) and Mircea Cartarescus’ Die Wissenden (The Knowing).

T: +43 1 4277 25505
susanne.teutsch@elfriede-jelinek-forschungszentrum.com


Employees of the cooperation project “Jelinek online. Elfriede Jelinek: Work and Reception” (Wissenschaftsfond FWF – Fund for Science and Research)


Mag. Tatjana Griessler

Griessler studied economics at the Economics University of Vienna (WU), long experience in the private sector. She studies German Philology and Austrian studies at the University of Vienna. Publication on the JeliNetz in 2019: Verschlingen, Verputzen, Versteckerln und Vergessen. Gesellschaftskritik auf sprachlicher Ebene in Nestroys Häuptling Abendwind und Jelineks Präsident Abendwind.

T: +43 1 4277 25505
tatjana.griessler@elfriede-jelinek-forschungszentrum.com

Mag. Dr. Christian Schenkermayr

Schenkermayr studied German studies at the University of Vienna. From 2006 to 2008, he worked on a project funded by the Austrian National Bank: Die europäische Rezeption von Elfriede Jelineks Theatertexten (The European reception of Elfriede Jelinek’s Theatrical Work). From 2008 until 2012, Schenkermayr worked as a university assistant at the University of Vienna. From 2013 to 2014, he worked on the project of the Austrian Research and Science Fund (FWF) called Elfriede Jelinek: Werk und Wirkung (Elfriede Jelinek. Work and Reception). Schenkermayr wrote his doctoral thesis on interreligious discourses between the poles of linguistic writing approaches specifying on Elfriede Jelinek, Barbara Frischmuth and Josef Winkler.

 T: +43 1 4277 25504
christian.schenkermayr@elfriede-jelinek-forschungszentrum.com

Mag. Susanne Teutsch

Teutsch studied comparative literature and Romance languages in Vienna and Milan. Her diploma thesis is about the carnevalesque in Elfriede Jelinek’s and Luisa Valenzuela’s work. From 2012 to 2015, Teutsch was a lecturer for the Austrian Exchange Programme in Bucarest. She participated in workshops for the promotion of aspiring talents with articles on film references on Jelinek’s essays and on the poetry discourse, Die Kinder der Toten (Children of the Dead) and Mircea Cartarescus’ Die Wissenden (The Knowing).

T: +43 1 4277 25505
susanne.teutsch@elfriede-jelinek-forschungszentrum.com