Daniel Stein, born 1975, holds a professorship in North American Literary and Cultural Studies at the University of Siegen. His main fields of interest include comics and graphic narratives, African American literature and culture, jazz literature and jazz historiography, autobiography studies, teaching methodology, and theories of American media and popular culture since the 19th century.
During the first funding period of the Popular Seriality Research Unit (2010-2013), he was a post-doc research associate in the sub-project "Authorization Practices of Serial Narration." During the second funding period (2013-2016), he is directing the sub-project "Serial Politicization."
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