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Department of  Iberian and Latin American Cultures

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Jenny Haase

Visiting Scholar at the Department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures Jenny Haase is Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Literatures at Humboldt University Berlin. She holds a Fedor Lynen Postdoctoral Research Fellowship sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for the academic year 2015/16. Her research and teaching focus on Spanish, Latin American and French literature and film in the 20th and 21st centuries and Siglo de Oro. She is particularly interested in poetry, mysticism, modernity, travel literature, intertextuality, and gender studies. At Stanford, she is working on a monograph about the mystical tradition in modern women's poetry in Spain, France and Italy adressing questions of religion and secularism, female agency and subjectivity, and modernist poetics. Most recently, Jenny Haase has co-edited a book on Spanish and Spanish American Studies in the light of globalization, La Hispanística y el desafío de la globalización (Iberoamericana/ Vervuert, in press). Her study Patagoniens verflochtene Erzählwelten. Der argentinische und chilenische Süden in Reiseliteratur und historischem Roman (1977-1999) [Patagonia’s Entangled Narrative Worlds. The Argentinean and Chilean South in Travel Literature and Historical Novels] (Niemeyer, 2009) explores the discursive construction of the southern most region of Argentina and Chile in European, US and Latin American literature, drawing on approaches from intertextual and postcolonial theory. The book was awarded the Elise Richter-Preis 2009 by the German Association of Romance Studies (Deutscher Romanistenverband). In recent years, she has published research on writers such as Antonio Machado, María Zambrano, Teresa of Ávila, Andrés Neuman, Ernestina de Champourcin, Francisco Coloane, and Bruce Chatwin, as well as on Argentinean and Chilean film.

Selected Publications
 Bolte, Rike/ Haase, Jenny/ Knauer, Gabriele/ Schlünder, Susanne (eds.). La Hispanística y el
desafío de la globalización. Madrid/ Frankfurt a.M.: Iberoamericana/ Vervuert, in press.
 Haase, Jenny. "Augenblick des Begehrens – Begehren des Augenblicks. Lyrische
Momentaufnahmen bei Ernestina de Champourcin" [Moment of Desire – Desiring the
Moment. Lyrical Instants in the Poetry of Ernestina de Champourcin]. Tübingen: De
Gruyter, 2015. 355-377.
 Haase, Jenny. "Die Bibel nach Antonio Machado" [The Bible According to Antonio
Machado]. Hispanorama .146 (2014): 14-21.
 Haase, Jenny. "Im Dialog mit dem Anderen. Subjektivität, Alterität und Didaktik in der
Lyrik Teresa von Ávilas" [Dialoguing with the Other. Subjectivity, Alterity, and Didactics in
the Poetry of Teresa of Ávila]. Berlin: Weidler, 2014. 65-82.
 Haase, Jenny. "María Zambrano y la mística. Leyendo a una filósofa moderna con Santa
Teresa de fondo". Kiel: Ludwig, 2014. 104-116.
 Haase, Jenny. "Von der Lust am Anderen. Bewegung, Übersetzung und Begehren in Andrés
Neumans 'El viajero del siglo' (2009)" [The Pleasure of Alterity. Travel, Translation, and
Desire in 'El viajero del siglo' (2009), by Andrés Neuman]. Madrid/ Frankfurt:
Iberoamericana/ Vervuert, 2013. 223-237.
 Haase, Jenny and Sartingen, Kathrin. "Filmische Patagonien-Reisen. Kontinentale, nationale
und regionale Bewegungen durch den argentinischen Süden" [Cinematic Travels through
Patagonia. Continental, National, and Regional Journeys into the Argentinean South].
Münster/ Berlin/ Wien/ Zürich: LIT Verlag, 2012. 123-145.
 Haase, Jenny. "Utopías, distopías, heterotopías. El sur como lugar de memoria en Argentina
y Chile". Madrid/ Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/ Vervuert, 2011. 295-315.
 Haase, Jenny. Patagoniens verflochtene Erzählwelten. Der argentinische und chilenische
Süden in Reiseliteratur und historischem Roman (1977-1999) [Patagonia’s Entangled
Narrative Worlds. The Argentinean and Chilean South in Travel Literature and Historical
Novels]. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2009.
 Haase, Jenny/ Reinstädler, Janett/ Schlünder, Susanne (eds.). El andar tierras, deseos y
memorias. Homenaje a Dieter Ingenschay. Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/ Vervuert,
2008.

Education

Education

2008 PhD (Dr. Phil.) in Romance Literatures, Humboldt University Berlin

2004  M.Ed. (Erstes Staatsexamen)in German and Spanish Studies, Humboldt University Berlin

2000/2001 Universitat de Barcelona, Spanish Studies (exchange student)