Jonathan S. Skolnik started the topic CFP Philadelphia 2017 MLA in the discussion Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century German Literature on MLA Commons 3 years, 4 months ago
Call for Papers – MLA 2017 (January 5-8, Philadelphia USA)
“Antisemitism and Orientalism in the Long Nineteenth Century”
Heine’s works include many that are touchstones for discussions of anti-Semitism and Orientalism: Almansor, Der Rabbi von Bacherach, Hebräische Melodien, all evocative of the intersection of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim c…[Read more]
German Studies Association Conference Seminar (September 29 ‐ October , 2016 in San Diego)
THE LITERARY LIFE OF PLANTS: AGENCY, LANGUAGES, AND POETICS OF THE VEGETAL
Joela Jacobs, University of Arizona (email@example.com)
Isabel Kranz, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (firstname.lastname@example.org)
SEMINAR DES…[Read more]
In lieu of an abstract, here is the beginning of the chapter:
Ungleichzeitigkeit and global modernisms
Over the last twenty-five years, the modernist canon has been significantly revised as theoretical and empirical interventions have emphasised its transnational and globalised patterns of connection through a range of disciplinary…[Read more]
Katherine Arens started the topic U of Texas at Austin Germanic Studies is having a reception at the MLA in the discussion Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century German Literature on MLA Commons 3 years, 7 months ago
The ‘home team’ would be very pleased to see you there!
Finger food provided; cash bar.
Thursday, Janury 7, 2016, 7-10 pm
Austin Ale House (Back room)
301 W. 6th Street (6th and Lavaca)
Worldviews in Literature: An Anthology responds to UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova’s 2012 global initiatives for study of world literature for a “New Humanism” along with Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore’s directive for world literature “to discover what is universal across national literatures.” Worldviews includes fifteen authors fro…[Read more]
Kafka’s last word – the spiritual underpinnings of Kafka’s life work is apparent in his last alter-ego – Josephine – the mouse that roars to those who have ears…-? More info at the Kafka group or on my website.
Good afternoon, Kafka fans,
RE: Gregor’s Hard Hat, a one-act play by Gloria Ptacek McMillan
The play is finished! Anybody wish to read it? I would love comments.
This is a surreal play about the Franz Kafka few people know.
Just ask with a valid email address and I will sennd the play on to you.