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Monographs and Edited Readers

Hartwig, Marcel and Ulf Schulenberg (eds.). American Rock Journalism. Special Issue of Rock Music Studies 4.1 (2017).

Hartwig, Marcel, Evelyne Keitel and Gunter Süß (eds.). Media Economies: Perspectives on American Cultural Practices. Trier, wvt, 2014.

Hartwig, Marcel. Die traumatisierte Nation? – ‘Pearl Harbor’ und ‘9/11’ als kulturelle Erinnerungen. Bielefeld: transcript, 2011. [dissertation]

Articles and Reviews

Hartwig, Marcel. “‘The Greatest Discovery in Modern Medicine:’ Smallpox and the Inoculation Controversy in Boston of 1721”. In Münderlein, Kerstin-Anja (ed.) Final Frontiers: Exploring, Discovering, Conquering in the Age of Enlightenment. pp. 131-146. Trier: wvt, 2021.

Hartwig, Marcel. “From the ‘Wooden World’ to ‘London in Miniature’: Charlotte Bristowe Browne’s Diary, Nursing, and the French and Indian Wars”. In Ruuskanen, Esa and Heini Hakosalo (eds.). In Pursuit of Healthy Environments: Historical Cases on the Environment-Health Nexus. pp. 85-98. London and New York: Routledge, 2020.

Hartwig, Marcel. “He Knows Plants and Draws Prettily”: Intermediality in William Bartram’s Travels (1791). In Wagner, Peter (ed.). Intermediality and the Circulation of Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century. Trier: wvt, 2019. 33-49.

Hartwig, Marcel. “Fothergill’s Web: Transnational Quaker Networks and the Pennsylvania Medical Library”. In Kley, Antje and Kay Merten (eds.). What Literature Knows: Forays into Knowledge Production in Literatures in English. NY: Peter Lang, 2018. 79-92.

Hartwig, Marcel. “Palpation and Knowledge: Touch in 18th-century English Literary and Medical Discourse.” In: Ogée, Frédéric and Peter Wagner (eds.). Sensing the World: Taste and the Sense in the Eighteenth Century. Trier: wvt, 2017: 43-58.

Hartwig, Marcel. Rev. of Storyfying War: Writing Lives and Combat in Contemporary American War Memoirs by Simone Schwär. ZAA (2017), 234-36.

Hartwig, Marcel. “’We Can Always Empathize with Ourselves’: Pastiche, Parody, and Rock Journalism in Bret Easton Ellis’s American Psycho (1991) and Kanye West’s Yeezus (2013).” Rock Music Studies, 4.1 (2017): 57-69.

Hartwig, Marcel. “The Organisation Man.” In: Rycroft, Robert S. The American Middle Class An Economic Encyclopedia of Progress and Poverty. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC Clio, 2017: 965-67.

Hartwig, Marcel. “Reading the American Presidency in White House Down.” In: Boesenberg, Eva, Martin Klepper and Antje Dallmann. Approaches to American Studies. London: Routledge, 2016. 102-12.

Hartwig, Marcel. Rev. of Serial Agencies: The Wire and Its Readers, by Frank Kelleter. LWU: Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 47.1/2 (2014): 209-10.

Hartwig, Marcel. “Pearl Harbor.” In: Wodianka, Stephanie and Juliane Ebert (eds.). Metzler Lexikon moderner Mythen: Figuren, Konzepte, Ereignisse. Stuttgart: Metzler, 2014.

Bracewell, Michael, Übers. Hartwig, Marcel. “Deutschland ist Dein Amerika.” POP: Kultur & Kritik 4 (2014): 118-32.

Hartwig, Marcel. Rev. of Medicine in an Age of Commerce & Empire, by Mark Harrison, Mark; Miraculous Plagues. An Epidemiology of Early New England Narrative, by Cristobal Silva; Popular Print and Popular Medicine. Almanacs and Health Advice in Early America, by Thomas A. Horrocks. Kritikon Litterarum 41.3-4 (2014): 294-305.

Hartwig, Marcel. “The Allure of the Supernatural: Twin Peaks and the Transformation of the Detective Story.” In: Graichen, Melanie, Cecile Sandten and Gunter Süß. Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture. Trier: WVT, 2013. 139-56.

Hartwig, Marcel and Monika Pietrzak-Franger. “Conceptions of Childhood in Renaissance Midwife Manuals: Between Naturalistic and Religious Interpretations.” In: Müller, Anja (ed.). Children and Childhood in the English Renaissance. Trier: wvt, 2013. 133-45.

Hartwig, Marcel. “‘Some with Their Fear th’ Infection Bring, and only Shun the Doctor’s Skill:’” Medical Practice and the Paper War during Boston's Small Pox Epidemic of 1721”. In: Birkle, Carmen, and Johanna Heil (eds.) Communicating Disease: Cultural Representations of American Medicine. Heidelberg: Winter, 2013. 21-42.

Hartwig; Marcel. „Der 11. September im nationalen Bewusstsein der USA.“ Aus Politik und Zeitgeschehen 27 (2011): 31-7.

Hartwig, Marcel. “History in the Making: Lessons and Legacies of ‘Pearl Harbor’ and ‘9/11’.” In: Fluck, Winfried, Katharina Motyl, Donald E. Pease and Christoph Raetzsch. States of Emergency – States of Crisis [REAL 27]. Tübingen: narr, 2011. 337-54.

Hartwig, Marcel. "'There's Nought so Queer as Folk': Andy Warhol, Gender and The Mysteries of Pittsburgh". In: Keitel, Evelyne, Cecile Sandten, and Gunter Süß (eds.): Industrialization, Industrial Heritage, De-Industrialization: Literary and Visual Representations of Pittsburgh and Chemnitz. Trier: WVT, 2009, 85-103.

Hartwig, Marcel. "Tödlicher Sex: Funktionen des Abjekts in Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut". In: Geier, Ruth and Patrick Meyer (Eds.). Medienbilder – Bildermedien: Tagungsband zu den 4. Studentischen Medientagen Chemnitz. Chemnitz: Universitätsverlag Chemnitz, 2009,  175-190.

Hartwig, Marcel. “The Organization Man Still Matters: Sinclair Lewis’ Babbitt (1922)”. COPAS 9 (2008), <http://www-copas.uni-regensburg.de/articles/issue_09/09_05_text_hartwig.php>.

Hartwig, Marcel. “'I’m Into Murders and Executions Mostly': Inducing Psychosis in American Psycho.” In: Huber, Werner, Evelyne Keitel and Gunter Süß (eds.). Literature and the Media. Trier: WVT, 2007: 95-106.

Hartwig, Marcel and Gunter Süß. “’I've never seen five niggers on Elvis Presley's album cover!’ – Hybridity, Ethnicity, and Masculinity in Contemporary Crossover Productions”. In: Raussert, Wilfried and John Miller Jones (eds.). Traveling Sounds: Music, Migration, and Identity in the U.S. and Beyond. Münster: LIT, 2008: 223-246.

Hartwig, Marcel. “Northern Soul: Joy Denalanes Hip-Hop.” In: Schischmanjan, Anjela and Michaela Wünsch (eds.). Female Hip-Hop. Mainz: Ventil, 2007: 180-92.


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