Jun.-Prof. Dr. Yasmin Temelli
Yasmin Temelli is associate professor of Romance Studies (specialized in Latin America) at Ruhr University Bochum. From 2008 to 2016 she was a researcher for Ibero-American, Italian and French literature and culture at the Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf. She studied Romance Studies, political science and media studies at Düsseldorf and the Università degli Studi di Firenze. Her doctoral thesis, Writing instead of keeping silent. Manifestations of feminine voices under General Porfirio Díaz. An analysis of six women’s publications (1883-1910) published in 2009, obtained the qualification summa cum laude and received two Prizes.
She received scholarships from the DFG (German Research Foundation), the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German National Academic Foundation) and the DAAD.
She cofounded the online publication iMex. México Interdisciplinario. Interdisciplinary Mexico and coedited several volumes: Phenomena of shortage in Romance literature and culture (2018); Democracia y violencia entre lo global y lo local (2014) and México: Migraciones culturales – topografías transatlánticas. Estudios sobre los itinerarios de las culturas (2012). She published among others articles regarding the Mexican Revolution and crime fiction. At present she is investigating about constructions of masculinity in French literature.