Call for Papers
Since the Enlightenment, the German-speaking world has seen major developments in architectural, urban planning, and terraforming practices, around which n
Some list members might be interested in applying to this seminar for the American Comparative Litreature Association's annual meeting. Abstracts should be posted directly on the acla website (https://www.acla.org/node/add/paper). The deadline for submission is September 19th.
Seminar: Material Connections / Literary Articulations
Organizer: Jocelyn Holland (California Institute of Technology / UC Santa Barbara)
Memorizing the Future: Collecting in the 21st Century, Vanderbilt University, Nashville/TN
Jews and Citizens – Juden und Bürger
International Conference on the Occasion of Israel Jacobson’s 250th Birthday
internationale Konferenz zum 250. Geburtstag von Israel Jacobson
54th Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies
Please consider submitting an abstract to one of the sessions below. These panels pertain to teaching at all levels, and we very much welcome submissions with connections to German Studies and all relevant fields!
Literatur für Leser, Sonderheft/Special Issue "LiteraTier" (3-2016, erschienen/published August 2018)
Inhaltsverzeichnis/Table of Contents
Über LiteraTier _ 137
Julia Eva Wannenmacher
Vom Symbol zum Individuum: Tiere im Werk Jeremias Gotthelfs _ 141
Separation Anxiety: Canine Narrators and Modernist Isolation in Woolf, Twain and Panizza _ 153
The Yugoslav Wars (1991-2001) remain the most violent and brutal conflicts in post-1945 Europe. Following the cessation of violence in the Balkans, many of the refugees returned home, while others chose to stay in their new homeland, for example Germany, Austria, Switzerland. A number of exiles, migrants and refugees from the former Yugoslavia, including Marica Bodrozic, Melinda Nadj Abonji, Nicol Ljubic, Dragica Rajcic, Sasa Stanisic and Dubravka Ugresic have become well-established writers within the German-speaking literary scene.