Zeller Photo Office ShotChristoph Zeller is an Associate Professor of German and European Studies and an award-winning scholar and teacher. He serves as Faculty Head of West House at the Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, a living-learning community that fosters the exchange of ideas about education, society, and the environment. Zeller’s research focuses on literature, media, and culture, centering around philosophical concepts and their impact on individuals and groups, including fiction and nonfiction, art and architecture, politics and people. His books include Heinrich von Kleist – Style and Concept: Explorations in Literary Dissonance (Berlin and Boston 2013, co-edited with Dieter Sevin), Literarische Experimente: Medien, Kunst, Texte seit 1950 (Literary Experiments: Media, Art, Texts since 1950, Heidelberg: Winter 2012, edited), Ästhetik des Authentischen: Literatur und Kunst um 1970 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), Transmedialität: Zur Ästhetik paraliterarischer Verfahren (Göttingen: Wallstein, 2006), and Allegorien des Erzählens: Wilhelm Raabes Jean-Paul-Lektüre (Stuttgart and Weimar: Metzler 1999).

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