Christiane Frey

Associate Professor of German

New York University

Christiane Frey received her PhD in literary theory from the University of Minnesota and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of German at Princeton University. Professor Frey is completing research on a project titled “The Microscope, Calculus, and the Novel from the late 17th to the early 19th Century.”

Select Publications:
Laune. Zur Poetik und Geschichte subjektiver Unberechenbarkeit von Montaigne bis Tieck (forthcoming)

“Fallgeschichte,” in: Literatur und Wissen, ed. Roland Borgards, Harald Neumeyer, Nicolas Pethes, Yvonne Wübben. Metzler, 2013.

“Moritz’ Anton Reiser,” in: Literatur und Wissen, ed. Borgards et al. Metzler, 2013.

“Doubling Werther (1774/1787),”  co-authored with David Martyn, in: Goethe’s Werther, ed. Stanley Corngold. Norton Critical Edition 2012. 

“Schlechte Laune. Zur moralischen Menschenkunde um 1800,” in: Schlechte Angewohnheiten. Eine Anthologie 1750-1900, ed. Bernhard Kleeberg. Berlin: Suhrkamp 2012, pp. 99-129.

“Kafka’s Test,” in: Monatshefte, Vol. 103.3 (2011), pp. 372-384. 

“Kants proportionierte Stimmung,” in: Stimmung. Zur Wiederkehr einer ästhetischen Kategorie, ed. Anna-Katharina Gisbertz. München: Fink 2010, pp. 75-94.

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