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Dr. Mathias Meert (°1989), Studium der Germanistik, Romanistik und Literaturwissenschaft an der Vrije Universiteit Brussel und der Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Seit Oktober 2012 Mitgleid des Centre for Literary and Intermedial Crossings (CLIC) an der VUB. 2012-2016: Arbeit an einer Dissertation über Intertextualität im dramatischen Werk Richard Beer-Hofmanns als Assistent für Forschung des FWO-Vlaanderen. 2017-2020: Oberassistent für Forschung des Fonds für wissenschaftliche Forschung - Flandern (FWO-Vlaanderen). Arbeit an einem Projekt über Performativität und Texttheatralität der literarischen Pantomime. Seit 2020: Postdoktorand der VUB, Forschung über die Performativität und Narrativität von Gesten im Nachkriegsdrama und -Theater.

Forschungsinteressen: Theater und Literatur der Wiener Moderne, Intertextualität und Intermedialität, Autorschaft und Schriftstellerinszenierungen, literarische Pantomimen, Narratologie des Dramas, Drama und Körperlichkeit, Mimik und Gestik in Drama und Theater


Dr. Mathias Meert (°1989) studied German and French linguistics and literary Studies at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and literary studies at the KULeuven. He is a member of the Centre for Literary and Intermedial Crossings (CLIC) since 2012 and serves as its secretary since 2017. 2012-2016: PhD fellow of the FWO, PhD on intertextuality in the dramatic works of Richard Beer-Hofmann. 2017-2020: Postdoctoral researcher of the FWO, project on the narrativity, performativity and text-theatricality of the (German-language) literary pantomime. Since 2020: Postdoctoral researcher at the VUB, research on the performativity and narrativity of gestures in postwar drama and theatre. 

Research topics: Theater and Literature of the (Wiener) Moderne, Intertextuality and Intermediality, Authorshop and Representations of Authorship, literary Pantomimes, Narratology of Drama, (German-language) Drama and Corporeality, Gestures in Drama and Theatre 



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