NCCR Mediality
UZH




Die Nationalen Forschungsschwerpunkte (NFS) sind ein Förderungsmittel des Schweizerischen Nationalfonds.
For Field A. see 2005-2009
For Fields B. - E. see 2009-2013

X. DISPLAY

X.1.
Displaying the town. Medializations of Urban Space and Time at the Threshold between the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period
Prof. Dr. Martina Stercken

X.2.
Writing Medium Architecture
Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg von Arburg

X.3.
The Art of the Display
Prof. Dr. Martino Stierli/Prof. Dr. Tristan Weddigen

X.4.
Circulation, Appropriation, Redefinition – Colonial Photography in the Postcolonial Context
Prof. Dr. Gesine Krüger

X.5.
Atmospheres in Film and Cinema – Media Oscillations
Prof. Dr. Margrit Tröhler

X.6.
The Nervousness of Film (1895–1918): On the Dynamics of a Medial Peculiarity
Prof. Dr. Jörg Schweinitz

X.7.
Mediality of Visual and Poetological Vagueness
Prof. Dr. Barbara Naumann/Prof. Dr. Victor Stoichita

X.8.
Conditio extraterrestris. Das bewohnte Weltall als literarischer Imaginations- und Kommunikationsraum 1600–2000
Prof. Dr. Philipp Theisohn


Y. IMPLOSION

Y.1.
Transgressions and Implosions in Mythical Narrative
Prof. Dr. Jürg Glauser

Y.2.
Medial ambiguities
Prof. Dr. Christian Kiening

Y.3.
Immediazations of forms. Border cases of Christian aesthetics
Prof. Dr. Susanne Köbele

Y.4.
Combinatorics as Medial Implosion
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kilcher

Y.5.
Poetic play and medial transgression in seventeenth-century poetry
Prof. Dr. Mireille Schnyder

Y.6.
Court of Justice secrets, Relation, and Verdict
Prof. Dr. Andreas Thier

Y.7.
Precarious Things. Materiality and Literacy in the Historiography of the late Enlightenment and Historicism
Prof. Dr. Marcus Sandl

Y.8.
Mediality as borderline experience
Prof. Dr. Sabine Schneider


SR. SENIOR RESEARCHERS

SR.1.
Mediality of the uncanny: Doppelganger, shadows and ghosts in modern literature
PD Dr. Ulrich Johannes Beil

SR.2.
Metaphorical Operations in Early Modern Pictures: Mary, Cleopatra and the Queen of France


SR.3.
Gottes Wort und Zwinglis Wurst – Sensorische Ökonomie und mediale Signatur der Zürcher Reformation, 1500–1575