Bastian Lasse

Bastian Lasse

Teaching Fellow
Lasse

Bastian Lasse received his B.A. in Germanic Languages and Literatures, with a minor in History and Educational Sciences (2015), and his M.A. in Literary Studies (2018) at Bielefeld University. Since 2018, he is a graduate student at the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures here at Harvard. Research interests include narratology, postcolonial, and gender studies. His dissertation engages with texts by Wilhelm Raabe, Theodor Storm, and Theodor Fontane, as well as Alfred Döblin and W.G. Sebald in order to carve out a narratology of forgetting. Outside academia, Bastian loves long walks, yoga, baking, and video games.

 

Publications

Lasse, B. (2020): "Gespenstischer Doppelgänger. Deviante Männlichkeit bei Viktor Fehleysen alias Kornelius van der Mook," Jahrbuch der Raabe-Gesellschaft 61, forthcoming.

Lasse, B. (2018): “‘Pioniergeist’ im Worte. Weiblichkeitskonstruktion bei Frieda von Bülow,” Jahrbuch Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung in der Erziehungswissenschaft 14, pp. 39–52.

Lasse, B. (2017): “Heinrich Brode alias Tippu Tip. Hans Christoph Buchs Sansibar Blues als kritische Relektüre von Heinrich Brodes Biographie über Tippu Tip,” Acta Germanica 45, pp. 59–73.

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