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Clar sc. Auch Johann Friedrich Clar oder Claar. Examining Black German Studies as a critical, hermeneutic field of inquiry, the contributions are organized around three thematically conceptualized sections: German and Austrian literature and history; pedagogy and theory; and art and performance.
Goethe scholars, Bakhtin included, classify the sentimental while rebellious Sturm und Drang Werther as much different in character than works composed within Goethe's Weimar period, when his ideas on Bildung take shape. Haym 1 implies that Sterne and Swift are mentioned more often than any other foreign authors in Herder's writings of the Riga period November, , to May, Posse in zwei Akten mit Prolog und Epilog. In: Bayern 4 Klassik, 5. Wieland," pp. So, dear Goethe, another chapter is needed at the end!
Presenting critical works in the fields of performance studies, communication and rhetoric, and musicology, the volume complicates traditional historical narratives, interrogates interdisciplinary methods, and introduces theoretical approaches that help to advance the field. A37 R48 Unknown. The translated Jew : German Jewish culture outside the margins .
Morris, Leslie, author. Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, Description Book — xii, pages : illustrations ; 23 cm. Summary The Translated Jew brings together an eclectic set of literary and visual texts to reimagine the transnational potential for German-Jewish culture in the twenty-first century. Departing from scholarship that has located the German-Jewish text as an object that can be defined geographically and historically, The Translated Jew challenges national literary historiography and redraws the maps by which transnational Jewish culture and identity must be read.
This book explores the myriad acts of translation, actual and metaphorical, through which Jewishness leaves its traces, taking as a given the always provisional nature of Jewish text and Jewish language. Although the focus is on contemporary German-Jewish literary cultures, The Translated Jew also turns its attention to a number of key visual and architectural projects by American, British, and French artists and writers, including W. In thus realigning German-Jewish culture with European and American Jewish culture and post-Holocaust aesthetics, this book explores the circulation of Jewishness between the U.
The insistence on the polylingualism of any single language and the multidirectionality of Jewishness are at the very center of The Translated Jew. M67 Unknown. Translating the world : toward a new history of German literature around . Tautz, Birgit, author. Departing from dominant modes of thought regarding the nexus of literary and national imagination, she examines this intersection through the lens of Germany's emerging global networks and how they were rendered in two very different German cities: Hamburg and Weimar.
German literary history has tended to employ a conceptual framework that emphasizes the nation or idealized citizenry; yet the experiences of readers in eighteenth-century German cities existed within the context of their local environments, in which daily life occurred and writers such as Lessing, Schiller, and Goethe worked. Hamburg, a flourishing literary city in the late eighteenth century, was eventually relegated to the margins of German historiography, while Weimar, then a small town with an insular worldview, would become mythologized for not only its literary history but its centrality in national German culture.
By interrogating the histories of and texts associated with these cities, Tautz shows how literary styles and genres are born of local, rather than national, interaction with the world.
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Her examination of how texts intersect and interact reveals how they shape and transform the urban cultural landscape as they are translated and move throughout the world. A fresh, elegant exploration of literary translation, discursive shifts, and global cultural changes, Translating the World is an exciting new story of eighteenth-century German culture and its relationship to expanding global networks that will especially interest scholars of comparative literature, German studies, and literary history.
H3 T38 Unknown. Hohoff, Ulrich, author, compiler. H64 Unavailable On order Request. White rebels in Black : German appropriation of Black popular culture . Layne, Priscilla, author. Summary Who's afraid of the black cook? Waiting for my band The blues and blue jeans : American dreams in the East Two black boys look at the white boy The future is unwritten. Analyzing literary texts and films, White Rebels in Black shows how German authors have since the s appropriated black popular culture, particularly music, to distance themselves from the legacy of Nazi Germany, authoritarianism, and racism, and how such appropriation changes over time.
Priscilla Layne offers a critique of how blackness came to symbolize a positive escape from the hegemonic masculinity of postwar Germany, and how black identities have been represented as separate from, and in opposition to, German identity, foreclosing the possibility of being both black and German. Citing four autobiographies published by black German authors Hans Jurgen Massaquo, Theodor Michael, Gunter Kaufmann, and Charly Graf, Layne considers how black German men have related to hegemonic masculinity since Nazi Germany, and concludes with a discussion on the work of black German poet, Philipp Khabo Koepsell.
B55 L39 Unknown. Zu einer Semantik von unten : medien-, material- und diskursphilologische Studien zu Schrift und Schreiben in der Zeit von bis . B41 SER. Solms, Wilhelm, author. R65 S65 Unavailable At bindery Request. Autorenlexikon : deutsche Rhetoren .
Knape, Joachim, author. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, Description Book — xxvii, pages : illustrations some color ; 25 cm. K53 Unknown. The Cambridge companion to the literature of Berlin . Description Book — xvii, pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm. Summary Introduction Andrew J. Webber-- 1. Literature and the Enlightenment Matt Erlin-- 2. Romantic sociability, aesthetics and politics Jurgen Barkhoff-- 3. Literary realism and naturalism John B.
Lyon-- 4. Short prose around Anne Fuchs-- 5. Modernist writing and visual culture Carolin Duttlinger-- 6. Writing under National Socialism Reinhard Zachau-- 7. Writing in the Cold War Alison Lewis-- 8. Writing after the Wall Katharina Gerstenberger-- 9. Women writers and gender Lyn Marven-- Queer writing Andreas Krass and Benedikt Wolf-- Berlin as a migratory setting Yasemin Yildiz-- Modern drama and theatre David Barnett-- Twentieth-century poetry Gerrit-Jan Berendse.
Each chapter provides an informative overview along with closer readings of exemplary texts. The volume is designed to be accessible for readers seeking an introduction to the literature of Berlin, while also providing new perspectives for those already familiar with the topic. With a particular focus on the turbulent twentieth century, the account of Berlin's literary production is set against broader cultural and political developments in one of the most fascinating of global cities.
G4 B Unknown. Beck, Wolfgang, author. Stuttgart : S. Hirzel Verlag,  Description Book — x, pages ; 25 cm. Z V. Die "engagierte Literatur" und die Religion : politische Autorschaft im literarischen Feld zwischen und . Sieg, Christian, author. S Unknown. Enlightenment and religion in German and Austrian literature .
Robertson, Ritchie, author. Description Book — xi, pages ; 24 cm. R63 Unknown. Die Familie : ein Archiv . Familie Deutsche Schillergesellschaft Marbach am Neckar : Deutsche Schillergesellschaft,  Description Book — pages : illustrations some color ; 23 cm. F36 Unknown. Figures of natality : reading the political in the age of Goethe . O'Neil, Joseph D. Description Book — ix, pages ; 23 cm.
Using Hannah Arendt's concept of natality, Joseph O'Neil argues that Lessing, Goethe, and Kleist see birth as challenging paradigms of Romanticism as well as of Enlightenment, resisting the assimilation of the political to economics, science, or morality. They choose instead to preserve the conflicts and tensions at the heart of social, political, and poetic revolutions. In a historical reading, these tensions evolve from the idea of revolution as Arendt reads it in British North America to the social and economic questions that shape the French Revolution, culminating in a consideration of the culture of the modern republic as such.
Alongside this geopolitical evolution, the ways of representing the political change, too, moving from the new as revolutionary eruption to economic metaphors of birth. More pressing still is the question of revolutionary subjectivity and political agency, and Lessing, Goethe, and Kleist have an answer that is remarkably close to that of Walter Benjamin, as that "secret index" through which each past age is "pointed toward redemption. B55 O54 Unknown. Stuttgart : J. S7 F6 Unknown.
Die ideale Lesung . A Z68 Unknown. McCarthy, Margaret, author. New York : Berghahn Books, W7 M43 Unknown. Nachlassbewusstsein, Nachlasspolitik und Nachlassverwaltung bei Gerhart Hauptmann . Katins-Riha, Janine, author. Z9 K38 Unknown. A pedagogy of observation : nineteenth-century panoramas, German literature, and reading culture . Byrd, Vance, author. Lewisburg : Bucknell University Press,  Description Book — x, pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations some color ; 24 cm.
Although painted panoramas captivated audiences from Hamburg to Leipzig and Berlin to Vienna, relatively few people had direct access to this invention. Instead, most Germans in the early nineteenth century encountered panoramas for the first time through the written word. The panorama experience described in this book centers on the emergence of a new type of visual language and self-fashioning in material culture adopted by Germans at the turn of the nineteenth century, one that took cues from the pedagogy of observing and interpreting space at panorama shows.
By reading about what editors, newspaper correspondents, and writers referred to as "panoramas, " curious Germans learned about a new representational medium and a new way to organize and produce knowledge about the scenes on display, even if they had never seen these marvels in person. Like an audience member standing on a panorama platform at a show, reading about panoramas transported Germans to new worlds in the imagination, while maintaining a safe distance from the actual transformations being portrayed.
A Pedagogy of Observation identifies how the German bourgeois intelligentsia created literature as panoramic stages both for self-representation and as a venue for critiquing modern life. These written panoramas, so to speak, helped German readers see before their eyes industrial transformations, urban development, scientific exploration, and new possibilities for social interactions.
Through the immersive act of reading, Germans entered an experimental realm that fostered critical engagement with modern life before it was experienced firsthand. Surrounded on all sides by new perspectives into the world, these readers occupied the position of the characters that they read about in panoramic literature.
From this vantage point, Germans apprehended changes to their immediate environment and prepared themselves for the ones still to come. B97 Unknown. Dresden : Neisse Verlag, Description Book — pages : illustrations, maps, music ; 22 cm Summary Vorwort Eichendorffs romantische Welten Romantische Universalpoesie oder christlicher Universalismus? O vallespatulae R Unknown. Wiesbaden : Reichert Verlag, Description Book — pages, 31 pages of plates : illustrations some color ; 25 cm. U24 Unknown. W45 Unknown. Dieckmann, Friedrich author.
Description Book — pages : illustrations ; 21 cm Summary Weltverwunderung oder Warum Philosophie? D Unknown. Jahrhundert . Ingen, Ferdinand van, author. Passau : Ralf Schuster Verlag, I54 Unknown. Jahrhunderts . A73 Unknown. Armed ambiguity : women warriors in German literature and culture in the age of Goethe . Koser, Julie, author. Description Book — x, pages ; 23 cm Summary Mythologizing the woman warrior The power of the press: eighteenth-century German print culture constructs the woman warrior Armed ambiguity personified: the French assassin Charlotte Corday and German ambivalence Armed virtue: the woman warrior as defender of the "domestic" good Emancipatory fantasies: the woman warrior as liberator and proto- feminist Treasonous transgressions: a nation of women warriors and the politics of desire.
Armed Ambiguity interrogates tropes of the woman warrior constructed by print culture-including press reports, novels, dramatic works, and lyrical texts-during the decades-long conflict in Europe around Julie Koser sheds new light on how women's bodies became a semiotic battleground for competing social, cultural, and political agendas in one of the most critical periods of modern history. Reading the women warriors in this book as barometers of the social and political climate in German? Koser illuminates how reactionary visions of "ideal femininity" competed with subversive fantasies of new femininities in the ideological battle being waged over the restructuring of German society.
W7 K Unknown. Vordermayer, Thomas, author. Description Book — ix, pages ; 25 cm. V67 Unknown. China in the German Enlightenment . Carhart 4. Noyes 7. That transformation had little to do with changes in China itself, and everything to do with Enlightenment conceptions of political identity and Europe's own burgeoning global power. China in the German Enlightenment considers the place of German philosophy, particularly the work of Leibniz, Goethe, Herder, and Hegel, in this development. Beginning with the first English translation of Walter Demel's classic essay "How the Chinese Became Yellow, " the collection's essays examine the connections between eighteenth-century philosophy, German Orientalism, and the origins of modern race theory.
C55 Unknown. Links Verlag, Description Book — pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. R43 A5 Unknown. S37 Unknown. Exile and gender I : literature and the press . The contributions are in English or German. Dieser Band Exile and Gender I: Literature and the Press enthalt Beitrage zu den Werken exilierter Schriftstellerinnen und Journalistinnen und zu geschlechtsspezifischen Darstellungen in den Texten von Exilschriftstellern und Exilschriftstellerinnen, sowie zu Gender- und Sexualitatskonzepten.
Die Beitrage sind entweder in deutscher oder englischer Sprache. E85 Unknown. Fact and fiction : literary and scientific cultures in Germany and Britain . Observing that it was in the eighteenth century that the divide between science and literature as disciplines first began to be defined, the contributors to this collection probe how authors from that time onwards have assessed and affected the relationship between literary and scientific cultures.
Fact and Fiction's twelve essays cover a wide range of scientific disciplines, from physics and chemistry to medicine and anthropology, and a variety of literary texts, such as Erasmus Darwin's poem The Botanic Garden, George Eliot's Daniel Deronda, and Goethe's Elective Affinities.
The collection will appeal to scholars of literature and of the history of science, and to those interested in the connections between the two. S3 F33 Unknown. Bernhardt, Susanne, author. S B47 Unknown. Gelehrtenkultur und Spiritualismus . Heidelberg : Mattes Verlag, Description Book — 3 volumes xx, ; ; pages ; 24 cm Summary Band .
K84 A25 BD. K54 Unknown. Lange Lieben : Interviews . Sie arbeiten u. Ihre Liebes- und Lebenskonzepte sind sehr unterschiedlich. Manchmal sprachen beide Partner mit uns, manchmal nur eine oder einer der beiden. Sprengel, Marja-Christine, author.
Description Book — viii, pages ; 24 cm. S92 S67 Unknown. The life of August Wilhelm Schlegel : cosmopolitan of art and poetry . Paulin, Roger, author. S3 P Unknown. Menger, Michaela, author. Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter,  Description Book — vii, pages : 34 illustrations some color ; 24 cm. L15 M Unknown. B81 F67 V. First edition. Description Book — x, pages : illustrations ; 24 cm Summary No Hamlets is the first critical account of the role of Shakespeare in the intellectual tradition of the political right in Germany from the founding of the Empire in to the 'Bonn Republic' of the Cold War era.
In this sustained study, Andreas Hofele begins with Friedrich Nietzsche and follows the rightist engagement with Shakespeare to the poet Stefan George and his circle, including Ernst Kantorowicz, and the literary efforts of the young Joseph Goebbels during the Weimar Republic, continuing with the Shakespeare debate in the Third Reich and its aftermath in the controversy over 'inner emigration' and concluding with Carl Schmitt's Shakespeare writings of the s. Central to this enquiry is the identification of Germany and, more specifically, German intellectuals with Hamlet.
The special relationship of Germany with Shakespeare found highly personal and at the same time highIy political expression in this recurring identification, and in its denial. But Hamlet is not the only Shakespearean character with strong appeal: Carl Schmitt's largely still unpublished diaries of the s reveal an obsessive engagement with Othello which has never before been examined. Interest in German philosophy and political thought has increased in recent Shakespeare studies. No Hamlets brings historical depth to this international discussion. Illuminating the constellations that shaped and were shaped by specific appropriations of Shakespeare, Hofele shows how individual engagements with Shakespeare and a whole strand of Shakespeare reception were embedded in German history from the s to the s and eventually , the year of German reunification.
H53 Unknown. Soltani, Zakariae, author.
Description Book — xi, pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. O75 S65 Unknown. Persistent legacy : the Holocaust and German studies . Description Book — vi, pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. Richardson Part VI. In studies of Holocaust representation and memory, scholars of literature and culture traditionally have focused on particular national contexts. At the same time, recent work has brought the Holocaust into the arena of the transnational, leading to a crossroads between localized and global understandings of Holocaust memory. Further complicating the issue are generational shifts that occur with the passage of time, and which render memory and representations of the Holocaust ever more mediated, commodified, and departicularized.
Nowhere is the inquiry into Holocaust memory more fraught or potentially more productive than in German Studies, where scholars have struggled to address German guilt and responsibility while doing justice to the global impact of the Holocaust, and are increasingly facing the challenge of engaging with the broader, interdisciplinary, transnational field.
Persistent Legacy connects the present, critical scholarly moment with this long disciplinary tradition, probing the relationship between German Studies and Holocaust Studies today. Fifteen prominent scholars explore how German Studies engages with Holocaust memory and representation, pursuing critical questions concerning the borders between the two fields and how they are impacted by emerging scholarly methods, new areas of inquiry, and the changing place of Holocaust memory in contemporary Germany.
Richardson, Liliane Weissberg. Erin McGlothlin and Jennifer M. P47 Unknown. Pabst, Stephan, author. P33 Unknown. V45 Unknown. After the Stasi : collaboration and the struggle for sovereign subjectivity in the writing of German unification . Ring, Annie, author. Reading works of literature since German unification in the light of previously unseen files from the archives of the Stasi, After the Stasi uncovers how writers to the present day have explored collaboration as a challenge to the sovereignty of subjectivity.
Annie Ring here interweaves close analysis of literary fiction and life-writing by former Stasi spies and victims with documents from the archive, new readings from literary modernism and cultural theories of the self. In its pursuit of the strange power of the Stasi, the book introduces an archetypal character in the writing of German unification: one who is not sovereign over her or his actions, but instead is compelled by an imperative to collaborate - an imperative that persists in new forms in the post-Cold War age. Ring's study identifies a monumental historical shift after , from a collaboration that took place in concert with others, in a manner that could be recorded in the archive, to the more isolated and ultimately less accountable complicities of the capitalist present.
While considering this shift in the most recent texts by East German writers, Ring provocatively suggests that their accounts of collaboration under the Stasi, and of the less-than-sovereign subjectivity to which it attests, remain urgent for understanding the complicities to which we continue to consent in the present day.
R56 Unknown. Archaeologies of modernity : avant-garde Bildung . Rumold, Rainer, author.
R84 Unknown. Archive and memory in German literature and visual culture . E35 Unknown.