Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Ellwood Wiggins, "The Tragic Idealism of Double Consciousness: W.E.B. Du Bois's Souls of Black Folk and Friedrich Schiller's Naive and Sentimental Poetry," Monatshefte 115/3 (2023): 344-64. Publications, Articles
Ellwood Wiggins, “The Latent Radicalism of Aristotle and J.M.R. Lenz,” German Life and Letters, 76.1 (2023): 150-172. Publications, Articles
Ellwood Wiggins and Martin Wagner. “Radical and Moderate Sturm und Drang.” Introduction to Special Issue of German Life and Letters, 76.1 (2023): 1-20. Publications, Articles
Ellwood Wiggins, "Stage of Exception: Politics and Theater in Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida,Early Modern Literary Studies 22:2 (2022). [] Publications, Essays
Annegret Oehme, "The Knight without Boundaries: Yiddish and German Arthurian Wigalois Adaptations", Explorations in Medieval Culture, Volume: 17, Brill, 2021 Publications, Books
Wiggins, Ellwood. "The Transatlantic Origins of Double Consciousness: W.E.B. Du Bois in Germany." Transatlantic Literary History (blog). WWU Münster. October 14, 2021.  Publications, Essays
Ellwood Wiggins, "Enduring Myth: The Survival of the Unfit in Sophocles, Heiner Müller, Ursula Krechel, and Hans Blumenberg," The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory, 95:2 (2020): 94-113. Publications, Essays
Ellwood Wiggins, Odysseys of Recognition: Performing Intersubjectivity in Homer, Aristotle, Shakespere, Goethe, and Kleist (Bucknell UP: Lewisberg, PA, 2019), Publications, Books
Wiggins, Ellwood. "Reflecting and Performing Selves: The Fate of Recognition in Kleist's Penthesilea." German Studies Review 41, no. 2 (2018): 253-74. Publications, Essays
Richard T. Gray, Ghostwriting: W. G. Sebald’s Poetics of History. New Directions in German Studies. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2017. Publications, Books
Ellwood Wiggins, "The Myth of Tragedy: Fictions of Dialogue in Mendelssohn's Letters on the Sentiments and Shaftesbury's The Moralists," Lessing Yearbook/Jahrbuch, XLIII (2016): 35-54. Publications, Essays
Richard Block, Michael DuPlessis. “Betrayal: A Treacherous Subject.” The New Centennial Review (2012): 1-16. Publications, Essays