Dr. Janine Schulze-Fellmann

Dr. Janine Schulze-Fellmann

Research Fellow/Curricular Management

Studienbüro/Fakultät für GKO
Institutsgebäude
Schillerstraße 6, Room M 004
04109 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 97-37218
Fax: +49 341 97-37228

Dr. Janine Schulze-Fellmann

Dr. Janine Schulze-Fellmann

Research Fellow

Theaterwissenschaft
Verwaltungsgebäude
Ritterstraße 16-22, Room 101
04109 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 97-30415
Fax: +49 341 97-30409

Abstract

Research assistant at the GKO office for study affairs and the Institute for Theatre Studies


She has taught at the University of Mainz, FU Berlin, University of Bern, Palucca School Dresden. After studying Applied Theatre Studies (University of Gießen), she earned her doctorate in 1998 with a thesis on "Dancing Bodies Dancing Gender - Dance in the 20th Century from the Perspective of Gender Theory" (Dortmund 1999), parallel to which she worked on her own choreographies (until 2000). 2000-2011 managing director of the Tanzarchiv Leipzig e.V.


Selected publications: "Moving Thoughts - Tanzen ist Denken" (Mithg. Berlin 2003); "Are 100 Objects enough to represent the Dance? - Zur Archivierbarkeit von Tanz" (Ed. Munich 2010).


As a curricular manager in the GKO's office for study affairs, she supervises and advises subjects such as Art history, Japanese Studies, Chinese Studies and Theatre Studies on the development / restructuring / evaluation / quality assurance of study courses.



Professional career

  • since 12/2019
    Expert for the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)
  • since 04/2013
    Research assistant at the Institute for Theatre Studies and in the office for study affairs of the faculty (curricular manager)
  • 09/2012 - 03/2013
    Research assistant at the Institute for Theatre Studies and at the University Library (Department of Special Collections / Cataloguing)
  • since 01/2012
    Research Assistant at the Faculty of History, Art and Oriental Studies (GKO), in succession:
  • since 01/2011
    Birth of the daughter
  • since 11/2005
    Birth of the second son
  • since 01/2004
    Birth of the first son
  • 04/2000 - 12/2011
    Managing Director Tanzarchiv Leipzig e.V.
  • since 10/1998
    Since 1998 lecturer for dance science and dance history at Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, FU Berlin, University Bern, Palucca Schule Dresden, among others

Education

  • 10/1998 - 03/2000
    Postdoctoral research fellow at the Graduiertenkolleg "Theater als Paradigma der Moderne" at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany
  • since 07/1997
    Doctorate at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen, subject: "Dancing Bodies Dancing Gender - Dance in the 20th Century from the Perspective of Gender Theory", Germany
  • 04/1995 - 10/1997
    Doctoral student in the Research Training Group "Gender Difference and Literature" at the Ludwig Maximillians University Munich, Germany
  • 10/1989 - 03/1995
    Studied Applied Theatre Studies at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany
  • Dance from the perspective of gender, queer, men and feminist studies
  • Dance and the practices of its archiving
  • Dance and film/dance in film
  • Dance and visual arts
  • Dance history from the 16th century to the present
  • Techniques of dance analysis


Dance studies describes, interprets and analyzes practices of body staging. The bodies and the changing movement techniques and styles are always regarded as historically, politically and socially relevant. Whether in everyday life or on stage, bodies are effects of performative practices.

  • Introduction to dance analysis (WiSe 2019/20)

  • Seminar: Lamento - Of great feelings on the (dance) stage (WiSe 2019/20)

  • Seminar: BodyPower - An Introduction to Historical Dance and Body Discourses (SoSe 2019)



  • Seminar: Masculinity as Costume (SoSe 2019)

  • Seminar: Introduction to dance analysis, with a focus on the staging of gender differentiation (WiSe 2018/19)

  • Seminar: On the tradition of gender exchange - crosscasting/dressing in dance, theatre and film (from the 16th century until today) (winter semester 2018/19)

  • Male, Female, Divers - Body stagings and their inherent gender differentiations (SoSe 2018)

  • Seminar: When the Images Learned to Dance - About the Interaction between Dance and Film (SoSe 2018)

  • Seminar: When the Images Learned to Dance - About the Interaction between Dance and Film (SoSe 2018)

  • Seminar: Work in Progress- Le Sacre du Printemps (accompanied by Mario Schröder's new production for the Leipzig Ballet) (WiSe 2017/18)

  • Seminar: Dancing Gender - An Introduction to Dance History from the 18th to the 21st Century From the Perspective of Gender Studies (SoSe 2017)

  • Seminar: Missing Links in the History of Dance..: Danced images of women and dancing women in European dance before 1800 (SoSe 2017)

  • Seminar: Talking about Movement/Writing about Movement (WiSe 2016/17)

  • Seminar: Dance and Visual Arts - Mario Schröder's new production "van Gogh" (WiSe 2016/17)

  • Seminar: Art-Body-Politics - Introduction to Courtly Dance and Festival Culture (16th-18th Century) (SoSe 2016)

  • Seminar: Cross-Casting - from Baroque Performance Practices to Body Staging in 21st Century Fashion ( SoSe 2016)

  • Seminar: Once upon a time: The preference for fairy tale material as ballet material - (Mario Schröder's new product "Die Märchen der Gebrüder Grimm") (WiSe 2015/16)

  • Seminar: Once upon a time: The preference for fairy tale material as ballet material - (Mario Schröder's new product "Die Märchen der Gebrüder Grimm") (WiSe 2015/16)

  • Seminar: Occupied by manhood (SoSe 2015)

  • Seminar: Between Ecstasy and Discipline: Body Theories, Techniques and Knowledge in the Baroque (SoSe 2015)

  • Seminar: Shakespeare's Othello as Ballet (Mario Schröder's new production for the Leipzig Ballet) (WiSe 2014/15)

  • Seminar: Festival/Dancing - Stagings of Body and Gender in Dance and Festival Culture (16th - 18th Century, Focus Saxony) (winter semester 2014/15)