Selected Publications

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Bruce Duncan

German Grammar Review (www.dartmouth.edu/~deutsch/Grammatik/Grammatik.html). Ongoing.

DartDrill (https://dartdrill.dartmouth.edu). Ongoing.

annotext (https://annotext.dartmouth.edu/). Ongoing.

“E.T.A. Hoffmann and Schwester Monika: A Stylometric Analysis,” with J. Daniel Kim and Joel Levine. Mitteilungen der E.T.A. Hoffmann-Gesellschaft, 19 (2011): 113-124.

Goethe’s Werther and the Critics. (Rochester: Camden House, 2005).

“Sturm und Drang Passions and Eighteenth Century Psychology,” in The Camden House History of German Literature, Vol. 6: Sturm und Drang, ed. David D. Hill (Columbia, SC: Camden House, 2002) pp. 46-68.

“Remembering Schiller: The Centenary of 1859,” Seminar 35 (1999): 1-22.

"Lovers, Parricides and Highwaymen”: Aspects of Sturm und Drang Drama. (Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1999).

Ludwig Achim von Arnim’s Novellas of 1812: Isabella of Egypt; Melück Maria Blainville; The Three Loving Sisters and the Lucky Dyer; and Angelika the Genoese and Cosmus the Tightrope-Walker [translation] (Lewiston: Mellen, 1997). Pp. 203 + xi.

“‘Doch ein Begriff muß bei dem Worte sein:’ Teaching Literature with an Electronically-Annotated Text.” With Otmar Foelsche. Die Unterrichtspraxis, 28 (1995): 46-51.

“Some Common Themes in Sturm und Drang Reception,” in Momentum Dramaticum. Aufsätze zu Ehren von Eckehard Catholy, ed. Linda Dietrick and David G. John (Waterloo, Ontario: Univ. of Waterloo Press, 1990): 149-160.

Luise Adelgunde Gottsched, The Witling (= Der Witzling), translated together with selected letters. In Bitter Healing: German Women Authors, 1700-1830, ed. Jeannine Blackwell and Susanne Zantop (Lincoln: Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1990), pp. 79-117.

“Werke von und über Achim von Arnim seit Volker Hoffmanns ‘Die Arnim-Forschung 1945-1972’,” in Neue Tendenzen der Arnim-Forschung, ed. Roswitha Burwick and Bernd Fischer (Bern: Lang, 1990): 289-307.

“Werther’s Reflections on the Tenth of May,” Exile and Enlightenment. Studies in Honor of Guy Stern (Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1987): 1-10.

“CALL for the Macintosh,” CALICO Journal, 3, (1985): 11-15. With Robert Blake.

“‘An Worte läßt sich trefflich glauben.’ Die Sprache der Luise Millerin,” in Friedrich Schiller. Kunst, Humanität und Politik in der späten Aufklärung, ed. Wolfgang Wittkowski (Tübingen: Max Niemeyer, 1982): 26-32.

“‘Emilia Galotti lag auf dem Tisch aufgeschlagen:’ Werther as (Mis-)Reader,” Goethe Yearbook, 1 (1982): 40-49.

Die Versöhnung in der Sommerfrische. Eine ungedruckte Erzählung Achim von Arnims,” Aurora, 40 (1980): 100-146.

“Fate and Coincidence in Arnim’s Seltsames Begegnen und Wiedersehen,” Seminar, 15 (1979): 181-189.

“The Implied Reader in Lessing’s Theory of Comedy,” Lessing Yearbook, 10 (1978): 35-45.

“‘Ich Pflanze!’ Gerstenberg’s Ugolino and the Mid-Life Crisis,” Germanic Review, 53 (1978): 13-19.

“The Comic Structure of Lenz’s Soldaten,” Modern Language Notes (German Issue, 1976): 515-523.

“An Experimental Course in German,” Schatzkammer, 2 (1976): 9-17.

“Some Correspondences between Arnim’s Majoratsherren  and Fichte’s Concept of the Ich,” Monatshefte, 68 (1976): 51-59.

“A ‘Cool Medium’ as Social Corrective: J. M. R. Lenz’s Concept of Comedy,” Colloquia Germanica, (1975): 47-60.

German for Fun and Prophet, Hanover: Kiewit, 1974. An experimental text for beginning German, supplemented by tapes and computer drills. Pp. 168.

“The Marchese’s Story in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre,” Seminar, 8 (October, 1972): 169-180.

“Hand, Heart, and Language in Minna von Barnhelm,” Seminar, 8 (March, 1972): 15-31.

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Veronika Fuechtner

Imagining Germany Imagining Asia: Essays in Asian-German Studies, co-edited with Mary Rhiel, with essays by the editors and Sai Bhatawadekar, Petra Fachinger, Randall Halle, David Kim, Hoi-eun Kim, Perry Myers, Kamakshi Murti, Qinna Shen, Quinn Slobodian, and Chunjie Zhang (Rochester: Camden House, October 2013).

Berlin Psychoanalytic: Psychoanalysis and Culture in Weimar Republic Germany and Beyond (University of California Press, 2011).

“Die erträumte Stadt in G.W. Pabsts Geheimnisse einer Seele.” In Metropolenzauber – Sexuelle Moderne und Urbaner Wahn, edited by Gabriele Dietze and Dorothea Dornhof, 345-366, Böhlau: Köln, 2014.

“Indians, Jews and Sex: Magnus Hirschfeld and Indian Sexology.” In Imagining Germany Imagining Asia: Essays in Asian-German Studies, edited by Veronika Fuechtner and Mary Rhiel, 111-130. Rochester: Camden House, 2013.

“Moses in Palästina: Heine, Freud, Zweig.” In Heinrich Heine und Sigmund Freud, edited by Sigrid Weigel, 165-184. Berlin: Kadmos Verlag, 2010.

“The International Project of National(ist) Film: Franz Osten in India.” In The Many Faces of Weimar German Cinema, edited by Christian Rogowski, 167-181. Rochester: Camden House, 2010.

“From ultradoitsh to siegfriedisch: The Problem of a Multicultural Literature in Zé do Rock’s Orthographies.” In Gegenwartsliteratur. Interpretationen. Kritiken. Interventionen, edited by Marc Rectanus, 193-208, Bielefeld: Aisthesis Verlag, 2008.

“Arzt und Dichter: Alfred Döblin’s medical, psychiatric and psychoanalytical work.” In Camden House Companion to Alfred Döblin, edited by Roland Dollinger and Wulf Köpke, 111-139. Rochester: Camden House, 2004.

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Gerd Gemünden

Continental Strangers: German Exiles in Hollywood, 1933-1951 (2014)

A Foreign Affair: Billy Wilder's American Films (2008)

“Hollywood in Altona: Minority Cinema and the Transnational Imagination,” in German Pop Culture , A Mueller (ed.) (2004) 180-190.

Germans and Indians: Fantasies, Encounters, Projections , edited with C Calloway and S Zantop, (2002).

Framed Visions: Popular Culture, Americanization, and the Contemporary German and Austrian Imagination , (1998).

Die hermeneutische Wende: Disziplin und Sprachlosigkeit nach 1800, (1990).

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Irene Kacandes

Irene Kacandes

“Beauty on My Mind: Reading Literature in an Age of Cultural Studies,” The Aesthetics of Cultural Studies, M Bérubé (ed.), (2005) 156-174.

“Toujours/Encore la Shoah?” in Europe et mémoire: une liaison dangereuse?, P Carrard (trans.), (2005) 19-39.

Teaching the Representation of the Holocaust, edited with M Hirsch, (2004).

Talk Fiction: Literature and the Talk Explosion , (Frontiers of Narrative Series), (2001).

A User’s Guide to German Cultural Studies , edited with S Denham and J Petropoulos, (1997).

Let's Talk about Death, with Steve Gordon (2015)

"Experimental Life Writing" in Routledge Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature.  Eds. Joe Bray, Alison Gibson, Brian McHale.  London: Routledge, 2012.  380-312.

"Displacement, Trauma, Language, Identity." in Women Writers at the Crossroads of Language.  Eds. Valérie Cossy et al. Geneva: MetisPresses, 2009. 213-228.

Daddy's War:  Greek American Stories: A Paramemoir.  Lincoln:  U of Nebraska P, 2009.  Paperback edition 2012.

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Yuliya Komska

Yuliya Komska. The Icon Curtain: The Cold War's Quiet Border. Chicago: Chicago UP, 2015

Yuliya Komska. “Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Broadcasting Technologies between West Germany’s Nature Protection and anti-Americanism,” Journal of Cold War Studies, forthcoming.

Yuliya Komska. “Surveillance and the Senses in a Documentary Portrait of Radio Free Europe,” in Secret Police Files from the Eastern Bloc: Between Surveillance and Life Writing, ed. Alison Lewis, Corina Petrescu, and Valentina Glajar, 201-228. New York: Camden House, 2016.

Yuliya Komska. “The Blurred Object of Communist Nostalgia: The Case of Radio Free Europe,” Twentieth Century Communism 11 (Fall 2016): 159-173.

Yuliya Komska. “Sight Radio: Radio Free Europe on Screen, 1951-1965.” In Voices of Freedom—Western Interference? 60 Years of Radio Free Europe in Munich and Prague. Ed. Anna Bischof and Zuzanna Jürgens. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015.

Yuliya Komska. “Theater at the Iron Curtain.” German Studies Review 37:1 (Winter 2014). 87-108.

Yuliya Komska. “Introduction. West Germany’s Cold War Radio: A Crucible of the Transatlantic Century.” Special issue of German Politics and Society 32:1 (Spring 2014). 1-14.

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Michael J McGillen

“Zwischen Bildlichkeit und Auflösung des Bildes: Ästhetik des Religiösen in Hugo Balls expressionistischen Gedichten.” Expressionismus 3 (2016): 83–91. 

“Lapsarian Repetitions: Iterations of the Fall in Kafka and Kierkegaard.” Kafka und die Religion in der Moderne. Eds. Manfred Engel and Ritchie Robertson. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2014. 93–115 (Peer-Reviewed).

“Theology’s Weimar Moment: History before the Eschatological Limit.” The Weimar Moment: Liberalism, Political Theology, and Law. Eds. Leonard Kaplan and Rudy Koshar, Lanham: Lexington Books, 2012. 269–287.

Petra McGillen

Petra S. McGillen

“The Romantic Editor as Modern Media Practitioner: Poetics of Reading in Ludwig Tieck’s Minnelieder Anthology.” German Life and Letters, Special Issue: Das Erblühen der Blumenlesen. Anthologies in the Long Eighteenth Century, eds. Nora Ramtke and Seán M. Williams (forthcoming; peer-reviewed).

“Wit, Bookishness, and the Epistemic Impact of Note-Taking: Lichtenberg’s Sudelbücher as Intellectual Tools,” Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte (forthcoming Winter 2016/Spring 2017; peer-reviewed).

"Andauernder Effekt: Medienkonkurrenz und Rhetorik in Heinrich Heines Napoleon-Schriften." Zwischen Gattungsdisziplin und Gesamtkunstwerk. Intermedialität 1815 – 1848. Eds. Stefan Keppler-Tasaki, Wolf G. Schmidt. Berlin: de Gruyter 2015, 203-222 (peer-reviewed). DOI 10.1515/9783110404128.203

"Kompilieren.” Historisches Wörterbuch des Mediengebrauchs. Eds. Heiko Christians, Matthias Bickenbach, and Nikolaus Wegmann. Köln: Böhlau 2014, 352–368.

"A Creative Machine: The Media History of Theodor Fontane’s Library Network and Reading Practices." The Germanic Review 87.1 (2012): 72–90 (peer-reviewed). DOI 10.1080/00168890.2012.654440

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Klaus Mladek

Klaus Mladek

“Natural History: Towards a Politics of Crisis” (with George Edmondson). Sovereignty in Ruins: Toward a Politics of Crisis, eds. George Edmondson & Klaus Mladek (Durham and London: Duke University Press, in press: Spring 2017).

Introduction to Sovereignty in Ruins: Toward a Politics of Crisis, eds. George Edmondson & Klaus Mladek (Durham and London: Duke University Press, in press: Spring 2017).

“Folter und Scham: Anmerkungen zu Guntánamo und Abu Ghraib,” Wahrheit und Gewalt: Der Diskurs der Folter in Europa und den USA, ed. Thomas Weitin (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2010), 243-266.

“A Politics of Melancholia” (with George Edmondson), A Leftist Ontology, ed. Carsten Strathausen (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009), 208-233.

“Exception Rules: Contemporary Political Theory and the Police,” in Police Forces: A Cultural History of an Institution, Klaus Mladek (ed.), (2007) 219-264

"Dikastomania : Die Amerikanische Entscheidung," in Urteilen und Entscheiden, Cornelia Vismann and Thomas Weitin (eds.), (2006), 186-203

“Der Widerstand der Dinge und die Macht der Unvernunft. Hegels ‘Spekulativer Positivismus,’” in Umwege des Lesens: Aus dem Labor Philologischer Neugierde, C Hoffmann and C Welsh (eds.), (2006) 141-159.

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Ulrike Rainer

“Daughter” in The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature, Eigler, F and S Kord (eds.), (1997).

“Leporin, Dorothea: Gründliche Untersuchung der Ursachen, die das weibliche Geschlecht vom Studiren abhalten (1742) in The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature, Eigler, F and S Kord (eds.), (1997).

“Maysenbug, Amalie Malvida Wilhelmina Tamina von (1816-1903)” in The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature, Eigler, F and S Kord (eds.), (1997).

“Musical Theater/Opera” in The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature, Eigler, F and S Kord (eds.), (1997)

“Die Betrogenen: die österreichische Nachkriegsgeneration im Werk Elfriede Jelineks,” in Österreich in amerikanischer Sicht: Das Österreichbild im amerikanischen Schulunterricht, (1995)

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Ellis Shookman

Ed., Eighteenth-Century German Prose (Continuum 1992).

Ed., The Faces of Physiognomy: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Johann Caspar Lavater  (Camden House, 1993).

Noble Lies, Slant Truths, Necessary Angels: Aspects of Fictionality in the Novels of Christoph Martin Wieland (University of North Carolina Press, 1997).

Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice : A Novella and Its Critics (Camden House, 2003).

Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice : A Reference Guide (Greenwood, 2004).

“Lüneburg Leatherstocking: Arno Schmidt and James Fenimore Cooper.” In Traditions of Experiment from the Enlightenment to the Present: Essays in Honor of Peter Demetz, edited by Nancy Kaiser and David Wellbery, 249-74. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992.

The Magic Mountain: A ‘Humoristic Counterpart’ to Death in Venice.” In Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain: A Casebook, edited by Hans Rudolf Vaget, 219-44. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.

“Personal Classicism: Greek and Roman Antiquity in Wieland’s Correspondence.” In Weimar Classicism: Studies in Goethe, Schiller, Forster, Berlepsch, Wieland, Herder, and Steiner, edited by David Gallagher, 99-122. Lewiston, New York: Mellen, 2011

“Barthes’s Semiological Myth of Brecht’s Epic Theater.” Monatshefte 81.4 (1989): 459-75.

“Making History in Hans Fallada’s Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben: Schleswig-Holstein, Nazism, and the Landvolkbewegung.German Studies Review 13.3 (1990): 461-80.

“Smiley lächelt: John le Carré and German Literature.” Oxford German Studies 25 (1996): 135-64.

“Goethe’s Baccalaureus and the Concept of Romantic Irony in Faust.” European Romantic Review 20.4 (2009): 491-511.

“The Role of References to German Literature in Longfellow’s Hyperion.” ANGERMION 2 (2009): 111-26.

“Lays of the Land: Germany in Longfellow’s Poems of Places.” ANGERMION 3 (2010): 97-115.

“Attitudes To North America in Wieland’s Teutscher Merkur.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 34.1 (2011): 81-100.

“Brook Farm and Beyond: German Thought and Literature in The Harbinger, 1845-1849.” German Studies Review 34.3 (2011): 373-94.

“Hermann von Pückler-Muskau.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 133, Nineteenth Century German Writers to 1840, edited by James Hardin and Siegfried Mews, 233-42. Detroit: Gale Research, 1993.

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