ZS: German Life and Letters 72 (2019), H.4: Trauma Narratives and Theories

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German Life and Letters
Volume 72, Issue 4

Trauma Narratives and Theories: New Readings in Contemporary German, Austrian and Transnational Contexts

 

INTRODUCTION: ON CREATIVITY AND NOT‐KNOWING IN TRAUMA NARRATIVES AND THEORIES

Teresa Ludden

Pages: 399-426

 

TRAUMATIC VISION(S) OF THE WAR FROM THE AIR: THE USE AND FUNCTION OF FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE IN GERMAN AND BRITISH WORLD WAR II NARRATIVES

Kathrin Wunderlich

Pages: 427-442

 

MOBILISATIONS OF MEDIATION AND APORIAS: READING TRAUMA AS METAPHOR IN ULRIKE DRAESNER'S SIEBEN SPRÜNGE VOM RAND DER WELT WITH CARUTH, DERRIDA, AND AGAMBEN

Teresa Ludden

Pages: 443-468

 

‘IRGENDWIE WIRD ES GEHEN’: TRAUMA, SURVIVAL, AND CREATIVITY IN SAŠA STANIŠIĆ’S VOR DEM FEST

Dora Osborne

Pages: 469-483

 

KINDERTRANSPORT MEMOIRS: BETWEEN FORMULATING KNOWLEDGE OF A PAINFUL PAST AND CONTAINING TRAUMATIC IMPACT

Stephanie Homer

Pages: 484-498

 

BEYOND UNSPEAKABILITY: CONFIGURATIONS OF ‘TRAVELLING TRAUMA’ IN CONTEMPORARY GERMAN‐LANGUAGE LITERATURE ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST

Maria Roca Lizarazu

Pages: 499-521

 

FROM THE ‘POSTTRAUMATIC’ TO THE ‘TRANSTESTIMONIAL’: DORON RABINOVICI'S DIE LETZTEN ZEUGEN (2013) AS A CORPOREAL TOPOGRAPHY OF DISCURSIVE AND EMOTIVE HOLOCAUST MEMORY

Sanna Stegmaier

Pages: 522-540

 

FERTILITY IN THE CAMPS: AN EXPLORATION OF FEMALE FERTILITY AS REPORTED IN CONCENTRATION CAMP MEMOIRS

Elise Bath

Pages: 541-555

 

‘I BELIEVE THAT MY EXPERIENCE BEGAN IN THE WOMB AND WAS LATER ABSORBED THROUGH MY MOTHER'S MILK’: SECOND GENERATION TRAUMA NARRATIVES

Andrea Hammel

Pages: 556-569

 

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Redaktion: Constanze Baum – Lukas Büsse – Mark-Georg Dehrmann – Nils Gelker – Markus Malo – Alexander Nebrig – Johannes Schmidt

Diese Ankündigung wurde von H-GERMANISTIK [Lukas Büsse] betreut – editorial-germanistik@mail.h-net.msu.edu