Simone Höhn studied Comparative Germanic Linguistics, English Literature and Popular Literature and Media at the University of Zurich. She is currently working as an assistant at the English Department and writing her PhD thesis on relationships in the novels of Samuel Richardson.
Deborah Frick has a B.A. in English Literature and Linguistics as well as German Literature from the University of Zurich and an M.A. in English Studies, Renaissance Studies from the University of Exeter. She is currently taking part in the PhD Program in English and American Literary Studies and is working on a PhD thesis on Authority and Authorship in Medieval and Seventeenth Century Women’s Visionary Writings.
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Michelle Dreiding is a research and teaching assistant at the English Department of the University of Zurich. She holds a Lizenziats degree in French and English Literature from the University of Zurich. Her research interests include narratives of trauma, psychoanalytical theory, theories of repetition, postmodern literature, and film. Michelle Dreiding has been teaching the BA introductory course Textual Analysis at the English Department at the University of Zurich since 2011 and is currently (fall 2012) co-teaching an undergraduate course entitled Embodied Minds. Further activities include the organization of the conference Precarious Bodies, to be held at the University of Zurich in November 2012, featuring keynote speakers Lesel Dawson (University of Bristol) and Joanne Winning (University of London, Birkbeck). Michelle Dreiding is currently working on her PhD thesis on Toni Morrison’s rewritings of American subjectivity.