Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Rebekka Schuh

Dr. Rebekka Schuh
Assistant & Project Management
+ 43 512 2070 - 3124
rebekka.schuh@mci.edu




Departments

Dr. Rebekka Schuh


2020 - present
Teaching Assistant & Project Management - - MCI Management Center Innsbruck - Business & Management

2018 - present
Assistant & Project Management - MCI - Management Center Innsbruck / Marketing & Communications

2017 - 2018
Lecturer - Department of English and American Studies / University of Klagenfurt

2016 - 2017
Academic Writing Advisor - Writing Center / University of Graz

2014 - 2017
Project Assistant - University of Graz / Department of English

2014 - 2018
Lecturer - University of Graz / Department for English and American Studies

2014 - 2018
Doctoral Program (English Literature & Culture) - University of Graz (PhD)

2013 - 2014
Master's program (English Language, Literature & Culture) - University of Graz (M.A. (Master of Arts))

2009 - 2013
Bachelor's program (English language, literature & culture) - University of Graz (B.A. (Bachelor of Arts))

Business Management - Center for Academics Graz

University Didactics - University of Graz

Visiting Graduate Student - University of Toronto, Canada

Composition Studies Program - University of Klagenfurt

Combined Study Program Media Studies - University of Graz

Exchange Semester - Syracuse University, USA

Introduction to Literary Studies I - University of Graz / Department of English and American Studies

Mastering your Thesis in English: Central Elements of Academic Writing - Writing Center / University of Graz

Writing a Thesis (BA, MA, Dipl.) - Writing Center / University of Graz

"Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You: Alice Munro and the Epistolary Mode". International Symposium "Alice Munro and the Anatomy of the Short Story" - Universitá di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’, Naples (Italy)

"The Canadian Epistolary Short Story". Poster presentation at the summer school "Border Stories", University of Augsburg (Germany) - University of Augsburg, Germany

PS Canadian Short Fiction - University of Graz / Department of American Studies

"Between the One and the Many: Liminal Identities and Narrative Genre in Rohinton Mistry's Tales from Firozsha Baag". International Conference "In-Between: Liminal Spaces in Canadian Literature and Culture" - University of Graz

"‘I long to see his letter; I dare say it will be a curiosity': Letters and the Canadian Short Story". Annual Conference by the Emerging Scholars in Canadian Studies, Vienna - University of Vienna

PS Canadian Literature, Culture and History in the 20th and 21st Centuries - University of Graz

"The Epistolary Mode as You-Narration in Selected Canadian Short Stories". International Conference "Letters" at the University of Weliko Tarnowo, Bulgaria - University of Weliko Tarnowo, Bulgaria

"Working on the Threshold: Liminality in Academia". Annual conference by Austria's Young Americanists, Topic: The Future(s) of American Studies, Vienna, May 2017 - University of Vienna

PS Introduction to Literary Studies I - University of Klagenfurt

Lecture as part of the lecture series "Canadian Cultures - Cultures canadiennes" - University of Graz

Principles of Academic Work - Management Center Innsbruck

Academic Writing - Management Center Innsbruck

Business Research Coaching - Management Center Innsbruck

2020
Helene Richter Prize 2020
The Helene Richter Prize for dissertations and diploma or master's theses in English and literary studies is awarded by the foundation "In Memoriam Helene Richter (1861-1942)" which was created by em. Prof. DDr. h.c. Dr. Franz Karl Stanzel.

2016
University of Graz
Award for a quality-assured publication on the basis of the master's thesis

2014
Austrian-Canadian Society
Scientific Award

  • Schuh, R. (2016). "Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You: Epistolary ‘Writing back' in Alice Munro's Stories. Short Fiction in Theory & Practice, 6(2), 161-177.

  • Schuh, R. (2018). Enveloped in Epistolary Illusion: The Aesthetics of Reading and Writing Letters in Alice Munro's Stories. In M. Löschnigg & R. Schuh (Eds), The Epistolary Renaissance. A Critical Approach to Letter Narratives in Contemporary Anglophone Fiction (pp. 73-90) . De Gruyter.
  • Löschnigg, M., & Schuh, R. (2018). Epistolarity: Theoretical and Generic Premises. In M. Löschnigg & R. Schuh (Eds), The epistolary renaissance. A critical approach to letter narratives in contemporary anglophone fiction (pp. 15-44). De Gruyter.
  • Löschnigg, M., & Schuh, R. (2018). Introduction to this Volume. In M. Löschnigg & R. Schuh (Eds.), The Epistolary Renaissance. A Critical Approach to Letter Narratives in Contemporary Anglophone Fiction (pp. 1-12). De Gruyter.
  • Schuh, R. (2017). Between ‚Here' and ‚There': Epistolary Motifs as Border Motifs in Selected Short Stories by Austin Clarke. In B. Griesel, T. Konrad, S. Sanders, & H. Schwarz (Eds), Border Stories. Narratives of Peace, Conflict and Communicaton in the 20th and 21st Centuries. Peter Lang

  • Löschnigg, M. & Schuh, R. (2018). The epistolary renaissance. A critical approach to letter narratives in contemporary anglophone fiction. De Gruyter.

2020 - present
Mentor at Sindbad - Social Business -

2019 - present
Board member of ARANEA - Association for the support of feminist and transcultural work with girls -