Anne Fleig, born 1968. Since 2010 she has been a professor of German Philology (with a focus on gender studies) at the Free University of Berlin. Completed her doctorate in 2006 at the Leibniz University in Hannover with a thesis on the aesthetics of sport in the work of Robert Musil; in 1997 she received her first doctorate at Philipps-Universität Marburg with a thesis on playwrights in the 18th century. Previously studied in Marburg, subjects: Modern German Literature and Media Studies, Art History and Sociology. Her main focuses are literature around 1800, cultural modernity and contemporary literature, gender studies, female authorship, theory and history of the body, theory and history of feelings, transculturality and multilingualism. Current project within the framework of SFB 1171 “Affective Societies”: Shared Feelings. Drafts of belonging in transcultural contemporary literature.
Affektivität und Mehrsprachigkeit. Dynamiken der deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur. (Pbl. together with Marion Acker, Matthias Lüthjohann) Tübingen 2019 (in preparation).
Schreiben nach Kleist. Literarische, mediale und theoretische Transkriptionen. (Pbl. together with Christian Moser, Helmut J. Schneider) Freiburg 2014.
Die Zukunft von Gender. Begriff und Zeitdiagnose. (Pbl.) Frankfurt/Main 2014.
Figurationen der Moderne. Mode, Pornographie, Sport. (Pbl. together with Birgit Nübel) München 2011.
Körperkultur und Moderne. Robert Musils Ästhetik des Sports, Berlin/New York 2008.