Anglistik 33.2 (Summer Issue 2022). Selected Papers from the 2021 Conference of the German Association for the Study of English. Selection Editor: Daniela Wawra und Jonathan Rose. Section editors for section “Limits of Knowledge — Knowledge of Limits. The Productiveness of Ignorance, Non-Knowledge and Agnotology in Anglophone Studies, Literature and Culture”: Anna Auguscik and Simone Broders. https://angl.winter-verlag.de/issue/ANGL/2022/2
Auguscik, A. “Spoiler Alert: Scott, Science, and Forms of Reenactment in Contemporary Expedition Narratives.” Anglistik: International Journal of English Studies 30.2 (2019): 47-64.
Auguscik, A. “The Death of the Archaeologist: Imagining Science, Storytelling and Self-Understanding in Contemporary Archaeofiction.” Writing Remains: New Intersections of Archaeology, Literature and Science. Ed. Josie Gill, Catriona McKenzie, and Emma Lightfoot. Bloomsbury, 2021.
Auguscik, A., “Law on Ice: Polarizing Legal Expertise in Popular Climate Change Fiction.” Symbolism 2021 (forthcoming, October).
Broders, S. The Age of Curiosity. The Neural Network of an Idea in Eighteenth-Century English Literature. ANGLIA Book Series 72. Berlin: DeGruyter, 2021 [Habilitation].
Broders, S. “The Fast and the Curious – The Role of Curiosity in the Gothic Heroine’s ‘Grand Tour of the Mind’”. English Studies 98.8 (2017): 917-930