Dieter Burdorf

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Dieter Burdorf (born September 8, 1960 in Bremen ) is a German German philologist and university lecturer.

Dieter Burdorf obtained his Abitur at the school on Leibnizplatz in Bremen. He began studying German, philosophy and educational science at the Westphalian Wilhelms University in Münster, which he continued at the University of Hamburg . In 1992 Burdorf received his doctorate with the dissertation of Hölderlin's late poem fragments: "Infinite interpretation full" . At the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Burdorf completed his habilitation with the font Poetics of Form. A history of concepts and problems . In 2002 Burdorf became professor for literary studies and literary didactics at the University of Hildesheim and in 2006 was appointed professor at the University of Leipzig .

Burdorf's research focuses on lyric and poetics. Since 2016 he has been a member of the "Lyrikologie" network of the German Research Foundation . Since April 2019 he has been a member of the Academy of Charitable Sciences in Erfurt .

Publications (selection)

  • Hölderlin's late poem fragments: "Infinite interpretation full". Dissertation. Metzler, Stuttgart 1993, ISBN 3-476-00885-1 .
  • Poetics of Form: A History of Concepts and Problems. Habilitation thesis. Metzler, Stuttgart 2001, ISBN 3-476-01800-8 .
  • Introduction to poetry analysis. Metzler, Stuttgart 1995, 3rd edition 2015, ISBN 3-476-02227-7 .
  • as editor with Christoph Fasbender and Burkhard Moennighoff: Metzler Lexikon Literatur. Founded in 1984 by Günther and Irmgard Schweikle. Metzler, Stuttgart 3rd edition 2007, ISBN 3-476-01612-9 .
  • History of German Poetry: Introduction and Interpretations. Metzler, Stuttgart 2015, ISBN 3-476-02619-1 .
  • Fragility: About Fragments in Literature. Wallstein, Göttingen 2020, ISBN 978-3-8353-3655-1 .

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