Members


PD Dr. Hannah Ahlheim

Modern History
Göttingen

Project: Measuring dreams. REM-sleep and dream-deprivation in the sleep laboratory


Dr. Mireille Berton

Film Studies and Media Theory
Lausanne

Project: Cinema and dream – a history of interferences (1850 and 1950)


Prof. Dr. Bernard Dieterle

German and Comparative Literature
Mulhouse

Project: The lucid dream in psychology and literature


Prof. Dr. Manfred Engel

Modern German literature
Saarbrücken

Project: The aftermath of German Romantic philosophy of nature in dream theories between 1850 and 1900


PD Dr. Stefan Goldmann

German Studies
Potsdam

Project: René Magritte and the pictorial tradition of popular dream books


Prof. Dr. Susanne Goumegou

French and Italian Literature
Tübingen

Project: Dream poetics in the prose poem


Dr. Marie Guthmüller

French and Italian Literature
Bochum

Project: The dream as a symptom. Approaches before Sigmund Freud and Sante De Sanctis


Dr. Sandra Janßen

Comparative Literature
Oldenburg

Project: The paradigm of dream theory in the 1930s and 1940s: An existentialism of dreams


Prof. Dr. Martin von Koppenfels

Comparative Literature Studies
Munich

Project: The nightmare problem in Freud’s dream theory and other early psychoanalytic writings


Prof. Dr. Stefanie Kreuzer

German Literature and Media Studies
Kassel

Project: Cinematic representations of dreams in the course of changing cinematographic means (1895–1950)


Prof. Dr. Hans-Walter Schmidt-Hannisa

German Literature
Galway

Project: Dream records as a literary genre


Jan Sieber

Philosophy / Art History
Berlin

Project: Surrealist Painting and “the Navel of the Dream”


Dr. Michaela Schrage-Früh

German, English Literature
Galway, Mainz

Project: Imagination and the authorship of dreams in the Victorian dream discourse


Prof. Dr. Kerstin Thomas

Art history
Stuttgart

Project: Hypnagogical images: daydreams in French Art of the 19th century


Prof. Dr. Alessandra Violi

English Literature and Media Studies
Bergamo

Project: Dreams and occultism the Anglo-American culture of the late nineteenth century




Associates


Prof. Dr. Elena Agazzi


Prof. Dr. Paul Bishop


Dr. Barbara Chitussi


Dr. Sara Damiani


PD Dr. Uffa Jensen


Prof. Dr. Christine Walde


Dr. Mai Wegener