Daniel Fulda

Daniel Fulda studied History, German studies, historical ancillary sciences and Pedagogy at the University of Köln. He earned his doctoral degree with a work on the emergence of modern German historiography in 1995. From 1999-2005 he taught at the Central European University, Budapest where he habilitated with a work on the emergence of the market society in plays from Shakespeare to Lessing. Since 2007 he holds the chair of new German literary studies at the Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg. His research interests include the theory and history of historiography, narratology and the theory and history of literary genres. His latest publication concerning the workshop’s main topic is “Erzählungen ohne ‚Ereignis’? Probleme einer Narratologie des interkulturellen Erzählens im Ausgang von Stephan Wackwitz’ Reise-Essays.“ In: Gabriella Rácz, Klaus Schenk (Hrsg.): Erzählen und Erzähl­theorie zwischen den Kulturen. Unter Mitarb. von Johanna Backes. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, S. 53–65.

International Workshop: Analysing Historical Narratives

Date and Venue

7 - 9 July 2016
House for the History of the Ruhr, Institute for Social Movements, Clemensstr. 17-19, 44789 Bochum


Nicola Brauch, Stefan Berger, Chris Lorenz

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