Lothar Müller

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Lothar Müller

Lothar Müller was born in 1954 and studied German and History. He was a lecturer of general and comparative literature at the Berlin Free University and worked as an editor for the literary supplement of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) from 1997 to 2001. Today, he edits the features section of Süddeutsche Zeitung in Berlin, where he has been an honorary professor at Humboldt University since 2010. He received the Alfred Kerr Award in 2000 and the Johann-Heinrich Merck Award in 2008.


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White Magic. The Paper Age

White Magic. The Paper Age

Paper is much older than the printing press and was the most important means of communication in western civilisation long before the invention of printing. As well as fulfilling basic economic ...

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Awards

2013 Berliner Preis für Literaturkritik

2012 Preis zur Förderung exzellenter geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlicher Publikationen

2008 Johann-Heinrich-Merck-Preis für literar. Kritik

2000 Alfred-Kerr-Preis

Bibliographie

Im Carl Hanser Verlag erschien
2012 Weiße Magie. Die Epoche des Papiers
 
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2006 Das Karl Philipp Moritz-ABC. Anregung zur Sprach-, Denk- und Menschenkunde
2007 Die zweite Stimme. Vortragskunst von Goethe bis Kafka
2011 Herman Bang. Leben in Bildern