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Curriculum Vitae

2014-2017 member of the advisory board of the Austrian Research Community (ÖFG)
since 2010 corresponding member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
2008-2017 head of the Department of English Studies
2003-2009 member of the Senate of the University of Graz
1999-2001 head of the Department of English Studies
since 1998 founding member of the WMA (International Association for Word and Music Studies); currently member of the executive board and treasurer
since 1994 chair of English and General Literature at the University of Graz/Austria
1993 ff. received offers of chairs and professorships from the universities of Berlin (Humboldt-Universität), Tübingen, Graz and Heidelberg
1992 interim professor of English at the University of Munich
1991-1994 senior assistant professor of English literature, University of Munich
1991 Habilitation (postdoctoral degree); thesis: Ästhetische Illusion und Illusionsdurchbrechung in der Erzählkunst (Aesthetic Illusion and Breaking Illusion in Narrative Fiction); supervisor: Ulrich Broich; the thesis was awarded a prize from the Deutscher Anglistentag (organization of German university professors of English) for the best Habilitation in the period 1988-1992
1985-1991 assistant professor of English literature, University of Munich
1985 second state examination for grammar school teachers in Bavaria/Germany (subjects: English and French)
1984 PhD/University of Munich; thesis in French literature: Ursprünge und Formen des empfindsamen Dramas in Frankreich (Origins and Forms of Sentimental Drama in France); supervisor: Rainer Warning
1983-1985 grammar school teacher training course (Referendariat): English and French
1981 M.A./University of Munich; thesis in French literature: Die Empfindsamkeit bei Beaumarchais (Sensibility in Beaumarchais's Plays); supervisor: Rainer Warning
1981 first state examination for grammar school teachers in Bavaria/Germany (subjects: English and French)
1974 ff. studied English, French, German and philosophy in Munich, Canterbury/England and Toulouse/France; received a scholarship from the land Bavaria for highly gifted students (Bayerische Hochbegabtenförderung); was member of the 'Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes' (German National Study Foundation)
1955 born in Munich/Germany

 

Further biographical data: married since 1980, two daughters born in 1985 and 1987; Catholic; has lived in Graz/Austria since 1995; hobbies: literature; music, including playing the church organ; hiking; cycling.

O.Univ.-Prof. Mag.art. Dr.phil.

Werner Wolf

O.Univ.-Prof. Mag.art. Dr.phil. Werner Wolf Institut für Anglistik
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