Regina Karl

Associated Fellow

Academic Career

2019 –
Assistant Professor, Germanic Languages and Literatures / Cinema Studies, Rutgers University

2013-2019
PhD, German Studies and Film and Media, Yale University

2011-2012
Visiting Research Fellow, University of California, Berkely

2010-2012
Master of Arts, Comparative Literature and History of Art, LMU Munich

2008-2009
École Normale Supérieure and Sorbonne Paris

2006-2010
Bachelor of Arts, Comparative Literature and French Philology, LMU Munich


Research Interest

European Modernism, , Intermediality, Philosophy of Technology, Auto-Fictional Narration


Publications (most recent)

  • Karl, Regina: “Technological Reproduction at Odds: Hand and Cinematography in Robert Wiene’s The Hands of Orlac” in: Cinema&Cie, 35, Spring 2021, pp. 41-51.
  • Karl, Regina: “Paul Valéry. Entwendung als Handhabe,“ in: Entwendungen. Walter Benjamin und seine Quellen, ed. Jessica Nitsche, Nadine Werner (Paderborn: Fink, 2019), pp. 389-413.