PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German Studies / by David D. Kim

PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German Studies PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA: Tracking International Publics with Goethe PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion: Discovering Networks of Coincidence in W.G. Sebald’s Die Ausgewanderten PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German … Continue reading

PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA: Tracking International Publics with Goethe / by David D. Kim and Nickolas de Carlo

PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German Studies PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA: Tracking International Publics with Goethe PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion: Discovering Networks of Coincidence in W.G. Sebald’s Die Ausgewanderten PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA Tracking International Publics with Goethe … Continue reading

PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion Discovering Networks of Coincidence in W.G. Sebald’s Die Ausgewanderten / by David D. Kim and Mark J. Phillips

PROLEGOMENON: Distant Reading and Computational Networking in German Studies PROJECT ONE: WorldLiterature@UCLA: Tracking International Publics with Goethe PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion: Discovering Networks of Coincidence in W.G. Sebald’s Die Ausgewanderten PROJECT TWO: Patterns of the Anthemion Discovering Networks … Continue reading

Thinking Sexuality Differently: Hartmann von Aue, Michel Foucault, and the Uses of the Past / by James A. Schultz

Thinking Sexuality Differently: Hartmann von Aue, Michel Foucault, and the Uses of the Past James A. Schultz Download PDF Abstract In the introduction to the second volume of his history of sexuality Foucault suggests that “the effort to think one’s own … Continue reading

W oder die translinguale Erinnerung: Cécile Wajsbrot und die deutsche Sprache / by Dirk Weissmann

W oder die translinguale Erinnerung: Cécile Wajsbrot und die deutsche Sprache Dirk Weissmann Download PDF Abstract Mit ihrem im Januar 2013 erstmals ausgestrahlten zweisprachigen Hörspiel W wie ihr Name/Avec un double V wagt die 1954 in Paris geborene, französische Schriftstellerin … Continue reading

Schwarm und Schwelle: Migrationsbewegungen in Elfriede Jelineks Die Schutzbefohlenen / by Silke Felber and Teresa Kovacs

Schwarm und Schwelle: Migrationsbewegungen in Elfriede Jelineks Die Schutzbefohlenen Silke Felber and Teresa Kovacs Download PDF Abstract Ausgehend vom Begriff des Schwarms fragt der Beitrag nach dem Schreiben über Asyl und Migration in Elfriede Jelineks Theatertext Die Schutzbefohlenen (2013). Basierend auf … Continue reading

Alley-grave: The Boundary of the Ghetto in Der Schrei, den niemand hört! by Else Feldmann / by Christina Färber

Alley-grave: The Boundary of the Ghetto in Der Schrei, den niemand hört! by Else Feldmann Christina Färber Download PDF Abstract I aim to analyze the space of the ghetto alley in the play Der Schrei, den niemand hört! by Else Feldmann. In … Continue reading

Migration and Its Discontents: Israelis in Berlin and Homeland Politics / by Yael Almog

Migration and Its Discontents: Israelis in Berlin and Homeland Politics Yael Almog Download PDF Abstract The essay discusses some ethnic and racial presumptions which subtend discussions of the recent Israeli migration to Germany, specifically the description of the Israeli presence … Continue reading