Dr Anne Simon

Contact details

Name:
Dr Anne Simon
Position/Fellowship type:
Associate Fellow
Fellowship term:
01-Aug-2013 to 31-Dec-2021
Institute:
Institute of Modern Languages Research
Location:
Institute of Modern Languages Research University of London Senate House Malet Street London WC1E 7HU
Phone:
020 7862 8968
Email address:
anne.simon@sas.ac.uk

Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
Early Modern, Language and Literature (German)
Regions:
Europe
Summary of research interests and expertise:

Dr Anne Simon’s main research interests lie in the literature, art and culture of the Middle Ages and Early Modern period; and the impact of these periods on subsequent eras, up to and including the present. Her particular research expertise covers: the History of the Book; Travel Literature; the Reformation; the Relationship between Text and Image; Early Modern Women’s Letters; Saints’ Cults; and the city of Nuremberg, in particular the politics of trade, cultural patronage and urban branding. Currently she is working on two projects: an edition of the letters of the sixteenth-century nun Katerina Lemmel; and a study of Nuremberg’s construction of a “brand image” in the Middle Ages and its subsequent exploitation by the city itself and by others, including the National Socialists.

Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
01-Jan-2012 Saint and the City: Nuremberg and the Cult of St. Katherine of Alexandria

Monographs

(Farnham:  Ashgate, 2012)

01-Jan-2010 Unbinding Medea. Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Classical Myth from Antiquity to the 21st Century

Edited Book

Ed. with Heike Bartel(Oxford: Legenda)

01-Jan-2005 Texttyp und Textproduktion in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters

Edited Book

Ed. with Elizabeth Andersen and Manfred Eikelmann (Berlin: de Gruyter)

01-Jan-2000 Festivals and Ceremonies. A Bibliography of Works Relating to Court, Civic and Religious Festivals in Europe 1500-1800

Edited Book

Ed. with Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly (London: Mansell)

01-Jan-1998 Sigmund Feyerabend's Das Reyßbuch deß heyligen Lands. A Study in Printing and Literary History (Wiesbaden: Reichert)

Monographs

(Wiesbaden: Reichert)

01-Jan-1998 Autor und Autorschaft im Mittelalter. Kolloquium Meißen 1995

Conference papers

Ed. with Elizabeth Andersen, Jens Haustein, and Peter Strohschneider (Tübingen: Niemeyer)

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