Adam Toth started the topic CFP: Race Theory and Literature in the discussion Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century German Literature on MLA Commons 3 years, 10 months ago
Proposed Seminar for the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Comparative
Literature Association (ACLA) in Utrecht, The Netherlands (July 6-9, 2017)
Pauline Moret-Jankus, Friedrich-Schiller Universitaet, Jena
Adam J. Toth, The Pennsylvania State University
Race Theory and Literature Emerging out of the practices of…[Read more]
This is the introduction to the book German Literature as World Literature published by Bloomsbury Press in 2014.
Thomas Oliver Beebee started the topic CFP: What is German Literature? (30.09.16) NEMLA in the discussion Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century German Literature on MLA Commons 4 years ago
This panel at the NEMLA Annual Convenion in Baltimore, 23-26 March 2017, will consider the question of how “German” literature has been conceived in the past, and of how such conceptions may be changing as we head into the future. We begin with the polyvalence of the adjective “German,” which can refer either to the language, or to an ethnic…[Read more]
Jonathan S. Skolnik started the topic CFP Philadelphia 2017 MLA in the discussion Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century German Literature on MLA Commons 4 years, 5 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 4 years, 8 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.