Media Philology

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Type: 
Conference
Date: 
August 27, 2019 to August 29, 2019
Location: 
New Jersey, United States
Subject Fields: 
German History / Studies, Film and Film History, Digital Humanities

Rutgers-Bochum Summer Academy 2019

MEDIA PHILOLOGY

Program

 

 

August 27

 

9-9:30             Registration

 

9:30-10           Introduction

 

10-11               Robin Schrade, M.A. (DFG Research Training Group “The  
                         Documentary”, Ruhr U Bochum):

                       Ordnen und Bewahren um 1800. Bibliotheken einrichten mit Martin Schrettinger

 

11-12              Anna Mayer, M.A. (German Department, Rutgers U):

                        From Gaze to Grid: Surveillance in Schlöndorff/Von Trotta's film Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum

 

12-1                Lunch (Department)

 

1-2                  Lecture by PD. Dr. Rupert Gaderer   
                        „Paranoische Lesart“.
Philologie digitaler Medien

                       

 

2-3                  Vanessa Klomfaß, M.A. (Department of German, Ruhr U Bochum):

                        This  is  a  scrapbook  of  you  +  me. Dokumentarische Praktiken in multimodaler Literatur

 

3-4                  Nicole Überreich, M.A. (German Department, Rutgers U):

                        Von der Vanitas humana zur Ewigkeit: Paul Fleming & Wolfgang Herrndorf

                                   

 

4-4:30             Coffee break

 

4:30-5:30        Lecture by Prof. Martha Helfer        
                        Maurice Sendak’s Dear Mili: A Contrapuntal Elegy

 

 

6-8                  Dinner

 

                            

August 28

 

10-11              Arielle Friend, M.A. (German Department, Rutgers U):

                        Speculative Finance and Virtual Traffic: Traumatic Networks of Exchange from the Passagen-Werk to the Digital Age

 

11-12               Fynn-Adrian Richter, M.A. (Department of Comparative Literature, Ruhr U Bochum):      
                         Mit der Zukunft kommunizieren: Medienphilologische Herausforderungen dokumentarischer Praktiken

 

12-1                Lunch (catered)

 

1-2                  Lecture by Prof. Dr. Sebastian Vehlken       
                        Supercomputing.
Im Grenzbereich einer Philologie des Digitalen.

 

2-3                  Elisa Linseisen, M.A. (Department of Media Studies, Ruhr U Bochum):       
                        HD/Bilder/Denken/Digital.
Medienphilosophisches Image Processing

 

3-4                  Christiane Fischer, M.A. (German Department, Rutgers U):

                        The Aesthetic of Touch; or Endless Desire in the Cinema of Wong Kar-wai

 

4-4:30             Coffee Break

 

 

4:30-5:30         Esra Canpalat, M.A. (DFG Research Training Group “The Documentary”, Ruhr U Bochum):
                          
Nation, Narration, supplementäre Strategie: Mario Levis Istanbul war ein Märchen als extra-kanonischer Text

 

5:30-6:30        Stefanie Populorum, M.A. (German Department, Rutgers U):

                       Supervisionen im Dschungel und in der Wüste. Patriarchale        
                         Ökonomien in Fritz Langs
Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler (1922)

 

 

7:00-9:00        Dinner (optional)

 

 

August 29

 

9:30-10:30      Niklas Kammermeier, M.A. (DFG Research Training Group “The   
                        Documentary”, Ruhr U Bochum):
                        
Wundkanal (1984) als Ritual der Grausamkeit

                       

10:30-11:30     Janine Wahrendorf, M.A. (German Department, Rutgers U):
                          
Capitalist Spaces of Imprisonment and Potential –
                          Christian Petzold's Die Innere Sicherheit and Arrested Development

 

11:30-12:30    Lecture by Prof. Nicola Behrmann   
                         My Account: Augustine and Digital Autobiography

 

12:30-1:30      Lunch (catered)

 

1:30-2:30         Lecture by Dr. Julia Eckel
                          Dokumentarische Praktiken des digitalen Bewegtbildes: Tech Demos & Screencasts

 

2:30-3:30        Nina Janz, M.A. (Department of German, Ruhr U Bochum):
                         
“die Erweckerin / die menschenbildende Stimme” – Überlegungen   
                         zur Rolle der Stimme in verschiedenen Wiederaufnahmen von Hölderlins Lyrik

 

3:30-4:30         Eva Erber, M.A. German (German Department, Rutgers U):
                          
Textuelle Handgeburten in Rahel Sanzaras Die glückliche Hand

 

4:30-5             Coffee break

 

5-7:30              Prof. Regina Karl
                          
Film Screening and Discussion: The Cleaners  

 

7:30-9:30        Dinner