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Katalin Teller


Katalin Teller is Assistant Professor at the ELTE Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies in Budapest.

She studied Slavic and German Studies at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest and, after research stays in Saint-Petersburg, Konstanz and Vienna, received her PhD in German Literature in 2008. In 2006-2008 she was a research assistant in an interdisciplinary project on cultural techniques and regionality at the Chair of German-Language Literatures, and in 2008 and 2009 she participated in a project on concepts of spatial experience in the 20th century at the Chair of ELTE Aesthetics, where she has been an assistant professor since 2009. 2007-2012 she also worked as an editorial member of the internet platform kakanien revisited. Until 2016, she was a staff member of the project “Transdifference in the Literature of German-Speaking Migrant Women in Austria-Hungary” at the University of Vienna.

At the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for History and Society (LBIGG), renamed Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Digital History (LBIDH) in March 2019, she was a researcher in the projects “Metropolis in Transition: Vienna | Budapest 1916-1921” (2014-2016, Sparkling Science) and “Exploring the interwar world: The travelogues of Colin Ross (1885-1945)” (2015-2017, FWF Austrian Science Fund)”.

Research interests: literary and cultural studies of cities and urban popular culture in Vienna and Budapest at the turn of the century and in the interwar period.

Katalin Teller, MMA, PhD
Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies
Department of Aesthetics
Eötvös Loránd University
Múzeum krt. 6-8 1088-Budapest
T +36 1 4116570