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Rachel Herschman. "Kasper's Theater: Avant-Garde and Propaganda Puppetry in Early Twentieth-Century Germany." Diss.Learn more
Seth Berk. "Amazons Abound! German Phantasies of the Amazonian Other." Diss.Learn more
Sabine Wilke. German Culture and the Modern Environmental Imagination. Brill Rodopi: 2015Learn more
Japhet Johnstone. "Stages of Inversion: Die verkehrte Welt in Nineteenth-Century German Literature."Learn more
Sabine Wilke. Think Transatlantic Campus Weeks 2012.Learn more
Sabine Wilke. "How German Is the American West? The Legacy of Caspar David Friedrich’s Visual Poetics in American Landscape Painting." Observation Points: The Visual Poetics of National Parks. Ed. by Thomas Patin. University of Minnesota Press: 2012.Learn more
Eric Ames. Carl Hagenbeck's Empire of Entertainments. University of Washington: 2008.Learn more
The Future of Ecocriticism: Research, Pedagogies, Institutions, Publics": November 1 - 3, 2013. UW campus.Learn more
Sabine Wilke, Sabine Lang. Germany in Europe Campus Weeks 2013-14.Learn more
Strata: Newsletter of the American Friends of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (winter 2019): 4-5.Learn more
Diversity in the Anthropocene :: Project TwoLearn more
German 298: Literature, Culture, and the Environment: Diversity in the AnthropoceneLearn more