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Ulrike Draesner
Poet, Berlin

Biography:
Born in Munich in January 1962. After having studied German and English Literature and Philosophy at the Universities of Munich, Salamanca/Spain and Oxford/England, she worked as a research assistant for 5 years at Munich University. In 1992 she received her Ph.D. In 1993 she stopped her academic carreer in order to engage fully in her writing. She also works as editor, literary critic or author of essays on media and cultural change. Since 1996 she has been living in Berlin.

Literary books:
gedächtnisschleifen, poems, Frankfurt/M. 1995
anis-o-trop, sonnetts, Hamburg 1997
Lichtpause, novel, Berlin 1998
Reisen unter den Augenlidern, short stories, Wien 1999
: to change the subject, radical translations of Shakespeare‘s sonnetts, Göttingen 2000
für die nacht geheuerte zellen, poems, Munich 2001
The First Reader by Gertrude Stein (translated by Ulrike Draesler), Wien-Klagenfurt 2001

Radio Art:
Beziehungsmaschine, BR 1998
dieser Bottich, ach das Ich, BR 1998

on-line projects:
participant in null.de, initiated by Thomas Hettche and DuMont Verlag, Köln; constant member of the Autorenforum perlentaucher.de

Scientific Monographies:
Wege durch erzählte Welten (Ways through narrated worlds). Intertextuelle Verweise als Mittel der Sinnkonstitution in Wolframs 'Parzival', Frankfurt am Main - Berlin - Bern 1993
Verführung. Novellen von Goethe bis Musil, (Seduction. Novellae from Goethe to Musil) edited and commented by Ulrike Draesler, München 1994.

Member of the German P.E.N.

Most important literary prizes:
Förderpreis zum Leonce-und-Lena Preis 1995
Bayerischer Staatsförderpreis für Literatur 1997
foglio-Preis für junge Literatur 1997
short-listed for the Alfred-Döblin-Preis 1999
Hölderlin-Förderpreis 2001

  Events with Ulrike Draesner

Download/s:

  Reading: Dolly und Will – geklonte Shakespeare-Sonette (Audio)






List of Names in alphabetical order

 
  Abbas, Akbar
  Anderson, Laurie
  Andrews, Lori B.
  Aziz, Anthony (& Sammy Cucher)
  Bec, Louis
  Berke, Heinz, Prof.
  Beutelspacher, Albrecht, Prof. Dr.
  Binswanger, Hans Christoph, Prof. Dr.
  Blume, Eugen, Dr.
  Bramkamp, Robert
  Brandt, Reinhard, Prof. Dr.
  Bredekamp, Horst
  Breidbach, Olaf, Prof. Dr. rer nat. Dr. phil.
  Buchloh, Benjamin
  Chapman, Dinos
  Chapman, Jake
  Coy, Wolfgang
  Cucher, Sammy (& Anthony Aziz)
  de Wolf, Hans Maria
  Denker, Andrea, Dr.
  Draesner, Ulrike
  Dreyblatt, Arnold
  Eliasson, Olafur
  Emigholz, Heinz, Prof.
  Fechner-Smarsly, Thomas
  Fischer, Ernst Peter, Prof. Dr.
  Fleischmann, Monika
  Ganten, Detlev, Prof. Dr. med.
  Gillen, Eckhart
  Gohr, Siegfried
  Görsdorf, Jochen, Dr.
  Graham, Dan
  Groys, Boris
  Grünbein, Durs
  Hahn, Oliver, Dr.
  Halling, Horst, Prof. Dr.
  Hamer, Dean
  Harrison, Newton
  Hedinger, Bärbel, Dr.
  Heidelberger, Michael, Prof. Dr.
  Kelch, Jan, Prof. Dr.
  Kocka, Jürgen, Prof. Dr. Dr. hc.
  Konrád, György
  Krois, John Michael, Prof. Dr.
  Laurenze-Landsberg, Claudia
  Leidloff, Gabriele
  Lincoln, Paul Etienne
  Linke, Detlef B., Prof. Dr.
  Macho, Thomas
  Mayer Harrison, Helen
  Mignonneau, Laurent
  Mitchell, William J. T.
  Müller, Jörn, Prof. Dr.
  Mundry, Eberhard, Prof. Dr. Ing.
  Negendank, Jörg, Prof. Dr.
  Newman, William R., Prof. Dr.
  Ossing, Franz
  Oursler, Toni
  Pöppel, Ernst
  Primas, Hans, Prof. Dr.
  Reiche, Ina, Dr.
  Rheinberger, Hans-Jörg
  Riederer, Josef, Prof. Dr.
  Roob, Alexander
  Schmitz, Lisa
  Schröder-Smeibidl, Birgit, Dr.
  Schulz, Thomas
  Schuster, Peter-Klaus, Prof. Dr.
  Schwartz, Hillel
  Segebade, Christian, Ing. (grad.)
  Simon, Dieter, Prof. Dr. Dr. hc, Dr.hc
  Sommerer, Christa
  Stafford, Barbara
  Stege, Heike, Dr.
  Stelarc
  Strauss, Wolfgang
  Wagner, Catherine
  Weirich, Susanne
  Weizenbaum, Joseph, Prof. Dr.
  Welte, Karsten
  Wiener, Oswald
  Wildung, Dietrich, Prof. Dr.
  Wilke, Olaf, Dr.
  Zeki, Semir, Prof. Dr.
  Zielinski, Siegfried, Prof. Dr.

 
         
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