Curriculum Vitae
MMag. Dr. Stefanie Herades, M.St.

MMag. Dr. Stefanie Herades, M.St.
Lecturer
+ 43 512 2070 - 3135
stefanie.herades@mci.edu




Departments

MMag. Dr. Stefanie Herades, M.St.


2018 - present
English Lecturer - MCI

2018
Postdoc Project Assistant (Linguistics) - University of Innsbruck

2017 - 2018
English Lecturer - Université de Corse

2017
Visiting Scholar - University of Oxford

2015 - 2017
Research Assistant - European University Institute

2013
Visiting Scholar - Victoria University of Wellington

2012 - 2014
Doctoral Researcher at the English Department - University of Innsbruck

2010 - 2011
Junior Assistant Professor in Literary and Cultural Studies at the English Department - University of Innsbruck

2011 - 2012
English Language and Literature - University of Oxford (M.St.)

2010 - 2014
English Literary and Cultural Studies - University of Innsbruck (Dr.)

2006 - 2010
Romance Studies (French Philology) - University of Innsbruck (Mag.)

2004 - 2010
English and American Studies - University of Innsbruck (Mag.)

CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) - BSC Oxford (UK)

EUI Teaching Certificate - European University Institute (Florence, Italy)

Traineeship - Directorate-General for Communication, European Parliament (Strasbourg, France)

Basic Qualification for Teaching in Higher Education - University of Innsbruck (AT)

Graduate Study Programme - United Nations Office (Geneva, Switzerland)

Visiting graduate student - University of Notre Dame (Indiana, USA)

Erasmus exchange - Bangor University (Wales, UK)

University of New Orleans International Summer School - University of Innsbruck

Summer School Vietnam (Austrian Students Programme) - Hanoi University; University of Social Science (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)

English Literary and Cultural Studies - University of Innsbruck

A-levels English course - BFI Tirol

Media Studies and Linguistics - University of Innsbruck

ESP and EAP, Cultural Studies, Film and Media Studies, Translation Studies - Université de Corse

2016
Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy
Excellence Award (as part of the "Promotio sub auspiciis Praesidentis rei publicae")

2015
PSA/JPW
PSA/JPW Postgraduate Essay Prize 2015 (runner-up)

2012
University of Innsbruck
Doctoral scholarship

2011
Richard and Emmy Bahr Foundation
Richard and Emmy Bahr Achievement Award

2011
Eduard-Wallnöfer-Foundation
Eduard-Wallnöfer-Award for Research and Study Projects

2011
Austrian Federal Ministry for Science and Research
Marietta-Blau Research Scholarship

2011
students4excellence
students4excellence award

2010
Austrian-Canadian Society
Scientific Award of the Austrian-Canadian Society

2010
Federal Ministry for Science and Research
Honorary Award of the Austrian Federal Minister for Science and Research

2009
University of Innsbruck
Academic Excellence Award of the University of Innsbruck

2007
University of Innsbruck
Academic Excellence Award of the University of Innsbruck

  • Rudig, S. (2019). Defrosting the Cultural Nationalists: Review of Hard Frost - Structures of Feeling in New Zealand Literature 1908-1945 by John Newton (Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2017), Journal of New Zealand Literature, forthcoming.
  • Rudig, S. (2017). Miles away: Miss Miles, a Female Bildungsroman by a ‘Friend of Charlotte Brontë', Brontë Studies 42.1, 60-73.
  • Rudig, S. (2014), The Colonial Newspaper as a Stepping Stone for the Victorian New Zealand Writer: A Case Study of Louisa A. Baker, Script & Print 38.1.
  • Rudig, S. (2014). Language Dichotomy in Contemporary Montreal: A Review of the ‘Two Solitudes' in Recent Fiction and Non-Fiction, Zeitschrift für Kanadastudien 34.

  • Rudig, S. (2011). Encounters avec l'Autre in Contemporary Montreal Literature: Aspects of Francophone-Anglophone Interactions at the Turn of the New Millennium. Stuttgart: ibidem.

  • Rudig, S. (2013). Home and Abroad in the South Pacific: Spaces and Places in Robert Louis Stevenson's and Katherine Mansfield's Short Fiction. In G. Kimber, D. da Sousa Correa & J. Wilson (Eds.), Katherine Mansfield and the (Post)Colonial. Edinburgh: EUP

    Rudig, S. (2019, 27 March). The Cultural Semiosis of Film in Educating Global Citizens. Paper presented at the International Conference "Educating the Global Citizen - International Perspectives on Foreign Language Teaching in the Digital Age," University of Munich.

    Rudig, S. (2018, 26 October). Framing the Refugee. Paper presented at the 44th Austrian Linguistics Conference, University of Innsbruck.

    Rudig, S. (2017, 1 July). (Post)colonial Editions and the Canon. Paper presented at the NZ Studies Network Conference, Regent's University London.

    Rudig, S. (2014, 15 April). ‘Better Britain' Revisited. Paper presented at the 15th Triennial Conference of the European Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (EACLALS), University of Innsbruck.

    Rudig, S. (2012, 1 June). Mary Taylor and Victorian Gender Politics. Paper presented at the English Graduate Conference ‘Return to the Political: Literary Aesthetics and the Influence of Political Thought', University of Oxford.

    Rudig, S. (2011, 20 May). Female Migration Narratives during the Victorian Period. Paper presented at the 4th Graduate Symposium at the Brenner Archive, University of Innsbruck.

    Rudig, S. (2011, 20 June). Imaginative Nation-Building in New Zealand. Paper presented at the International PhD Forum ‘Literature, Arts and Place', University of Salzburg.

    Rudig, S. (2011, 25 June). ‘Growing Up - Growing Apart': Teenage Characters and Identity in Canadian Stories of Migration. Paper presented at the 8th Graduate Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in German-speaking Countries (GKS), University of Marburg.

    Rudig, S. (2011, 12 August). The ‘Two Solitudes' in Twenty-First Century Montreal: Communicating across the Linguistic Divide. Paper presented at the X Triennial Conference of the Nordic Association for Canadian Studies (NACS), University of Aarhus.

    Rudig, S. (2010, 12 June). Language Dichotomy in Montreal - Bissoondath and Proulx. Paper presented at the 7th Graduate Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in German-speaking Countries (GKS), University of Konstanz.

  • Reforming the Doctorate in the Social Sciences: A Report on Good Practice (2017). Florence: European University Institute.

2018 - present
Framing the Refugee Crisis - Framing the Refugee Crisis - University of Innsbruck

2015 - 2017
Reforming the Doctorate - Reforming the Doctorate - European University Institute



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