Søren R. Fauth#


Soren R. Fauth
Membership Number:2820
Membership type:ORDINARY
Main Country of Residence:DENMARK
Section:LITERARY & THEATRICAL STUDIES
Elected:2010
Homepage: http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/persons/id(3d37bf57-6d69-425f-bdc7-d718fa6810a9).html




Present and Previous Positions

  • since 2018 Associate Professor, Department of German (Literature), Aarhus University
  • since 2010 Professor with special responsibilities, Department of German (Literature), Aarhus University
  • 2008-2010 Associate Professor, Department of German (Literature), Aarhus University
  • 2006-2009 Associate Research Professor, Department of German (Literature), Aarhus University
  • 2003-2005 Teaching assistant at Aarhus University

Fields of Scholarship
  • Arthur Schopenhauer
  • Wilhelm Raabe
  • German literature and philosophy from the 18. Century to the Present.
  • Danish translator of Schopenhauer and Thomas Bernhard
  • Published Poet

Honours and Awards
  • 2020: »Moloch. A Tale of Fury« selected as »Books from Denmark 2020«
  • 2020: Grant from the Danish Arts Foundation.
  • 2019: Grant from the Danish Arts Foundation.
  • 2018: Grant from the Danish Arts Foundation.
  • 2016: Grant from the Danish Arts Foundation.
  • 2014: Schopenhauer-Stiftung.
  • 2014: Poet in residence (Universität Duisburg/Essen). Lectures, Workshop, Reading.
  • 2012: Grant from the Danish Arts Foundation.
  • 2011: Listed in Who’s Who in The World.
  • 2010: Elected member of Academia Europaea, Section of Literary and Theatrical Studies.
  • 2010: Kunststyrelsen – biblioteksmiddelpuljen (13.450 Euro)
  • 2007: Elected member of The Learned Society at Aarhus University.

Funding:

  • Velux Fonden (205.000 Euro).
  • Grant from The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation (1 M Euro).
  • Schopenhauer-Stiftung (price money for Schopenhauer-Translation).
  • Højesteretssagfører C.L. Davids legat for slægt og venner (Schopenhauer-Translation).
  • Augustinus Fonden (Schopenhauer-Translation).
  • Frimodt-Heineke Fonden (Schopenhauer-Translation).
  • Krista og Viggo Petersen’s Fond (for studies at the Humboldt-Universität Berlin).
  • 1998 – Humboldt Universität Berlin (six-month scholarship funded by the university).
  • 1996/1997 – Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel (one-year scholarship funded by the university).
  • 1995 – DAAD (Ludwig Maximillians Universität München).


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