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Sympathy for the Devil: the Rhetoric of Compassion (German 390), Team Learning Projects, 2016Learn more
Sympathy for the Devil: The Rhetoric of Compassion (German 390), Team Learning Projects, 2014Learn more
Ellwood Wiggins, “Depicting Artist and Viewer: Performed Aesthetics in Kālidāsa’s Śakuntalā,” The International Journal of the Arts in Society, 6/6 (Sept. 2012): 179-192.Learn more
Ellwood Wiggins, “Depicting Artist and Viewer: Performed Aesthetics in Kālidāsa’s Śakuntalā,” The International Journal of the Arts in Society, 6/6 (Sept. 2012) 179-192.Learn more
Katherine Hirt-St. John. When Machines Play Chopin: Musical Spirit and Automation in Nineteenth-Century German Literature. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2010.Learn more
Nicole Calian. "Poesie und Natur. Ein Gespräch./ Poetry and Nature. A Dialogue. Interview with poet and photographer Rosemarie Zens, Berlin." Im Schein der Laterne/Hidden Patterns. Wortort: 2010. 48-53.Learn more
Hellmut Ammerlahn, "Wilhelm Meisters Mignon - ein offenbares Rätsel. Name, Gestalt, Symbol, Wesen und Werden." Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 42 (1968), 89–116.Learn more
Nicole Calian. The Play of the Human: Kant's Lectures on Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View.Learn more
Verena Kick. "Confronting the German Public Sphere – Workers, Soldiers and Women as Counter Publics in Photobooks of Weimar Germany", Diss., in progressLearn more