Werner Wolf is full professor of English Studies as well as the co-founder and current deputy director for the Centre for Intermediality Studies in Graz (CIMIG). His main research foci include intermediality and literary theory (including aspects of aesthetic illusion, narratology, and metareference), the history of literature, and literature from Shakespeare to the present. A prolific and internationally esteemed scholar, he has published over 150 essays, reviews, encyclopedia entries, and books. One of his monographs pertaining to intermediality studies is: The Musicalization of Fiction: A Study in the Theory and History of Intermediality (1999, Rodopi). Furthermore, he has edited numerous volumes in the “Word and Music Studies” series (1999-2016, Brill/Rodopi) and in “Studies in Intermediality” (Brill/Rodopi) series, including Framing Borders in Literature and Other Media (2006) and Meaningful Absence across Arts and Media: The Significance of Missing Signifiers (2019).