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Terrasi, S. Kye. "Disrupting Patterns of Male Subjectivity: Performativity as Subversion in Schnitzler's Reigen and Klimt and Schiele's Portraiture," in Das Junge Wien- Orte und Spielräume der Wiener Moderne. Ed. Wilhelm Hemecker, Cornelius Mittlerer and David Österle. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2020. 123-164.Learn more
Kristina Pilz. "Writing Across Margins: Contemporary Afro-German Literature." Diss.Learn more
Japhet Johnstone. "Stages of Inversion: Die verkehrte Welt in Nineteenth-Century German Literature."Learn more
Waldgänge und Waldgänger in Maja Haderlaps Roman Engel des Vergessens. In: Studia theodisca 21 (2014): 85-127. Learn more
Lena Heilmann. “Remodeling the Frauenzimmer: Women and Spatiality in German Literature (1771-1820).” Diss.Learn more
Heilmann, Lena. "Performance, Fear, and the Female Body in Sophie Mereau-Brentano's "Die Flucht nach der Hauptstadt" (1806) and Elise Bürger's _Die antike Statue aus Florenz_ (1814)." Women in German Yearbook 29 (2013): 67-80.Learn more
Elisabeth Cnobloch. "Messengers of Ill Tidings: Situating the Speech of Refugees in the Works of Jakob Wassermann, Franz Kafka, Emine Özdamar and Herta Müller" Diss.Learn more
Oehme, Annegret. “He Should Have Listened to His Wife.” The Construction of Women’s Roles in German and Yiddish Pre-modern Wigalois Adaptations. De Gruyter, 2019.Learn more
Forthcoming (April 2018): Richard O. Block, Echoes of a Queer Messianic: From Frankenstein to Brokeback Mountain. SUNY Series, Literature ... In Theory: SUNY PRESS, 2018.Learn more
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