CV & BIO

ENGLISH:

Studied philosophy, German studies, and world literature at Bethel College (2000), thereafter earned an Edwin Erle Sparks Fellowship to complete an MA in German Studies at the Pennsylvania State University (2002). Awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to conduct research in the history and philosophy of science and medicine under Prof. Dr. Michael Hagner at the ETH-Zürich (2008-2009), and earned a PhD in German studies with a minor in philosophy at the Pennsylvania State University (2011). Dissertation focus: the poetic construction of the brain as a surgical, medical, and social object in the European Renaissance. Most recent publications: 2019 "Inscribing the Soul: Cerebral Ventricles as Symbolic and Material Boxes." Knowledge in Boxes. Mattering Press, 2020. www.matteringpress.org; 2019 “From the Library to the Lab: Close Reading Rabbits as a Cross-Disciplinary Experiment” in Studien zur deutschen Sprache und Literatur. (41): 1-23. doi: 10.26650/sdsl2019-0014; 2019 “From Hot Irons to fMRI Machines: On Truth and Lies in a Non-Cerebral Sense.” Metafor. 2019 ( 5) 63-83. Performing the Sixteenth-Century Brain: Beyond Word and Image Inscriptions. Berlin: LIT, 2018; "Gesten und Bilder - Über das Entziffern von Emblemen in der Frühen Neuzeit", in: (eds.) Philipp Hubmann, Till Julian Huss: Simultaneität. Modelle der Gleichzeitigkeit in den Wissenschaften und Künsten. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2013. S. 57-76; Translation (German-English): Michael Hagner, “On the Electrical Excitability of the Brain: Toward the Emergence of an Experiment.” Journal for the History of the Neurosciences, 21:237–249, 2012; "The Performativity of a Historical Brain Event: Revisiting 1517 Strassburg”, in: The Neuroscientific Turn in the Humanities, eds. Melissa Littlefield und Jenell Johnson. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012. S. 49-70; Selections from novel: “The Book of Tom", in: Precarious Parenthood. Doing Family in Literature and Film. Berlin/London: LIT Verlag, 2013, 217-230; “Faithful Bodies: Anatomy and Fugitive Sheets in Wittenberg, 1573-1625”, in: Focus on German Studies, 17 (2010), 3-22.

TURKISH:

Jameson, Bethel Üniversitesi’nde dünya edebiyatları, felsefe ve almanca lisanlarını tamamlamış (2000) daha sonra da kazanmış olduğu Edwin Erle Sparks Bursu ile Pensilvanya Eyalet Üniversitesi’nde Alman kültürü ve dili üzerine yüksek lisans yapmıştır (2002). ETH-Zürih’te Prof. Dr. Michael Hagner ile birlikte bilim ve tıp felsefesi ve tarihi üzerine araştırma yapması için Fulbright Bursu’na layık görülmüş (2008-2009), felsefe yan dalıyla birlikte Alman kültürü ve dili üzerine yaptığı doktorasını Pensilvanya Eyalet Üniversitesi’nde tamamlamıştır (2011). Doktora tezi Avrupa Rönesans döneminde beynin cerrahi, medikal ve sosyal bir obje olarak şiirsel tefsirinin yapılması üzerine odaklanmıştır. Jameson şuanda Boğaziçi Üniversitesi (Istanbul, Türkiye) Batı Dilleri ve Edebiyatları bölümünde yardımcı doçent olarak görev yapmaktadır. Son zamanlarda yayınlanmış çalışmaları arasında şunlar bulunur: "Inscribing the Soul: Cerebral Ventricles as Symbolic and Material Boxes." Knowledge in Boxes. Mattering Press, 2019. www.matteringpress.org; “From the Library to the Lab: Close Reading Rabbits as a Cross-Disciplinary Experiment” in Studien zur deutschen Sprache und Literatur. 2019 (41): 1-23. doi: 10.26650/sdsl2019-0014; 2019 “From Hot Irons to fMRI Machines: On Truth and Lies in a Non-Cerebral Sense.” Metafor. 2019. 5, 63-83. Berlin: LIT, 2018; "Gesten und Bilder - Über das Entziffern von Emblemen in der Frühen Neuzeit", in: (eds.) Philipp Hubmann, Till Julian Huss: Simultaneität. Modelle der Gleichzeitigkeit in den Wissenschaften und Künsten. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2013. S. 57-76; Translation (German-English): Michael Hagner, “On the Electrical Excitability of the Brain: Toward the Emergence of an Experiment.” Journal for the History of the Neurosciences, 21:237–249, 2012; "The Performativity of a Historical Brain Event: Revisiting 1517 Strassburg”, in: The Neuroscientific Turn in the Humanities, eds. Melissa Littlefield und Jenell Johnson. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012. S. 49-70; Selections from novel: “The Book of Tom", in: Precarious Parenthood. Doing Family in Literature and Film. Berlin/London: LIT Verlag, 2013, 217-230; “Faithful Bodies: Anatomy and Fugitive Sheets in Wittenberg, 1573-1625”, in: Focus on German Studies, 17 (2010), 3-22.

GERMAN:

Studium der Philosophie, Germanistik und Weltliteratur zunächst am Bethel College (2000), danach Masterstudium an der Pennsylvania State Universität (2002), gefördert durch ein Sparks Fellowship in Germanistik, abgeschlossen mit einer Arbeit zum Thema „Literary Criticism and Peter Handke: an Ethic of Textual Experience.“ Promotion an der Pennsylvania State University und der ETH-Zürich (Fulbright Fellowship) zum Thema der poetischen Konstruktion des Gehirns durch Bild und Wort in der Renaissance (2006-11). Neueste Veröffentlichungen: "Inscribing the Soul: Cerebral Ventricles as Symbolic and Material Boxes." Knowledge in Boxes. Mattering Press, 2019. www.matteringpress.org; “From the Library to the Lab: Close Reading Rabbits as a Cross-Disciplinary Experiment” in Studien zur deutschen Sprache und Literatur. 2019 (41): 1-23. doi: 10.26650/sdsl2019-0014; 2019 “From Hot Irons to fMRI Machines: On Truth and Lies in a Non-Cerebral Sense.” Metafor. 2019. 5, 63-83. Berlin: LIT, 2018; "Gesten und Bilder - Über das Entziffern von Emblemen in der Frühen Neuzeit", in: Philipp Hubmann, Till Julian Huss (Hg.): Simultaneität. Modelle der Gleichzeitigkeit in den Wissenschaften und Künsten. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2013. S. 57-76. Übersetzung (Deutsch-Englisch): Michael Hagner. “On the Electrical Excitability of the Brain: Toward the Emergence of an Experiment.” Journal for the History of the Neurosciences, 21:237–249, 2012. "The Performativity of a Historical Brain Event: Revisiting 1517 Strassburg”, in: The Neuroscientific Turn in the Humanities, hrsg. v. Melissa Littlefield und Jenell Johnson. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012. S. 49-70; Selections from novel: “The Book of Tom", in: Precarious Parenthood. Doing Family in Literature and Film. Berlin/London: LIT Verlag, 2013. S. 217-230; “Faithful Bodies: Anatomy and Fugitive Sheets in Wittenberg, 1573-1625”, in: Focus on German Studies, 17 (2010), S. 3-22.