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Fahnderwachtmeister Jakob Studer, Julia Karolle-Berg 2018 John Carroll University

Fahnderwachtmeister Jakob Studer, Julia Karolle-Berg

2018 Faculty Bibliography

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Everyone And No One: Freedom, Politics And God In Hegel's Philosophy Of Freedom, Samuel J. Copeland 2018 Bard College

Everyone And No One: Freedom, Politics And God In Hegel's Philosophy Of Freedom, Samuel J. Copeland

Senior Projects Spring 2018

This senior project is an exploration of G.W.F. Hegel's philosophy of freedom. It draws primarily on Hegel's texts The Phenomenology of Spirit, Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences, Elements of the Philosophy of Right, and Lectures on the Philosophy of History. The exploration of Hegel's concept of freedom brings in an analysis of Hegel's Lordship and Bondage Dialectic, his critique of Kantian morality, his philosophy of the State and his philosophy of Religion and God.


Chinese Culture And Its Impact On Today’S Consumers And Markets, Boram Yi, Jason Q. Zhang, Qinna Shen 2018 Bryn Mawr College

Chinese Culture And Its Impact On Today’S Consumers And Markets, Boram Yi, Jason Q. Zhang, Qinna Shen

German Faculty Research and Scholarship

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Die Bedeutung Der Defa Film Library Im Ostdeutschen Erinnerungsdiskurs, Konstanze Schiller 2018 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Die Bedeutung Der Defa Film Library Im Ostdeutschen Erinnerungsdiskurs, Konstanze Schiller

Masters Theses

The relation between memory and identity is significant, particularly if an identity-establishing entity such as a state has vanished. In the context of GDR memory, this pertains to the type of memory discourse: what is remembered, how, and by whom? What are the differences in the discourse about East German memory between the US and Germany?

Based on approaches of the Aleida Assmann’s approaches to individual, collective, and cultural memory this thesis seeks to examine the notion and impact of archives in collective memory processes and to analyze the extent to which the medium of film as a concrete ...


Raising The "Bamboo Curtain": Chinese Films In Divided Germany, Qinna Shen 2018 Bryn Mawr College

Raising The "Bamboo Curtain": Chinese Films In Divided Germany, Qinna Shen

German Faculty Research and Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Mothers, Comrades, And Outcasts In East German Women's Films (Review), Qinna Shen 2018 Bryn Mawr College

Mothers, Comrades, And Outcasts In East German Women's Films (Review), Qinna Shen

German Faculty Research and Scholarship

No abstract provided.


“’To Abuse And Enjoy’: Frankenstein And German Literature”, Carol A. Leibiger 2018 University of South Dakota

“’To Abuse And Enjoy’: Frankenstein And German Literature”, Carol A. Leibiger

Posters and Presentations

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Sebald Beham And The Augsburg Printer Niclas Vom Sand: New Documents On Printing And Frankfurt Before 1550, Alison Stewart 2018 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Sebald Beham And The Augsburg Printer Niclas Vom Sand: New Documents On Printing And Frankfurt Before 1550, Alison Stewart

Faculty Publications and Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

This essay makes known two unpublished documents from the last years of the life of Sebald Beham (1500 Nuremberg–1550 Frankfurt) and uses them as a means to explore Beham’s relationship to printing, the town of Frankfurt, and the Augsburg printer Niclas vom Sand, who remains an unwritten part of the history of the period. The essay is organized as an autobiographical retrospective by an older man forced in prior decades to move from Nuremberg and seek employment and a new life elsewhere. The end of the essay evaluates the documents and aspects of them.


Iehca Summer University On Food And Drink 2018 Report, Diarmuid Cawley, Sylvia M. Grove, Kaian Lam 2018 Technological University Dublin

Iehca Summer University On Food And Drink 2018 Report, Diarmuid Cawley, Sylvia M. Grove, Kaian Lam

Reports

The Institut Européen d’Histoire et des Cultures de l’Alimentation (IEHCA, European Institute for the History and Cultures of Food) was established in 2001 by the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research in partnership with the Centre-Val de Loire region and the University of Tours. As a scientific and cultural development agency, it seeks to encourage university research and teaching in connection with “food cultures and heritages” in the humanities and social sciences. The university serves as a key platform for the discussion of new research in Food & Drink Studies. In 2018, 20 researchers from a ...


Hansel And Gretel On The Page And Stage: Literary And Operatic Adaptations Of Grimm’S Fairy-Tale, Meilin Wei 2018 Bard College

Hansel And Gretel On The Page And Stage: Literary And Operatic Adaptations Of Grimm’S Fairy-Tale, Meilin Wei

Senior Projects Fall 2018

This project focuses on Brothers Grimm's fairy-tale "Hansel and Gretel," taking the original story, its musical arrangements, and its contemporary adaptations into consideration.


Dying For Foie Gras: Murder, Politics And Ethical Food Production, Heike Henderson 2018 Boise State University

Dying For Foie Gras: Murder, Politics And Ethical Food Production, Heike Henderson

World Languages Faculty Publications and Presentations

In recent years, culinary mysteries have enjoyed immense popularity in Germany. Marketed to both fans of detective fiction and food aficionados, they enjoy a large crossover appeal, which at least partially explains their commercial success. Ella Danz is the author of the Georg Angermüller mystery series (started in 2006, nine books so far) set in the Northern German Lübeck area. While this series, whose main protagonist is a police inspector who likes to cook and eat, did not start out as a culinary mystery series per se, it has developed into one of the most popular manifestations of this subgenre ...


Codex Conquest: A Game Of Book History, Amy H. Chen 2018 University of Iowa

Codex Conquest: A Game Of Book History, Amy H. Chen

University of Iowa Libraries Open Educational Resources

Codex Conquest teaches students to recognize the most important printed books of Western civilization by their nation, century, genre, and current monetary value. Along the way, students learn world history and the scenarios that influence the shape of collections at institutions. Suiting a variety of curricular objectives and student levels, the game can be tailored to fit subject and time specifications and is accessible to students from high school through graduate school. How deeply students engage with the content of Codex Conquest depends on your pedagogy.


Of Monsters And Märchen: Figures And Forms Through The Märchen Genre, Taylor Duncan Budde 2018 University of Colorado at Boulder

Of Monsters And Märchen: Figures And Forms Through The Märchen Genre, Taylor Duncan Budde

Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures Graduate Theses & Dissertations

This thesis explores the relationship between the Märchen genre and monsters, arguing that a key component of both is a mutable nature that allows them to shapeshift or transform in such a way that destabilizes imposed limitations to each of their forms, and the ability to transform the world around them. Specifically, it analyzes three Märchen that contain shapeshifting monstrous figures which are thematically connected to the genre. The first part of the thesis looks at Ludwig Tieck’s Der blonde Eckbert, as both critique of the Enlightenment fairy tale’s focus on rationality and how Tieck represents in the ...


Refugees In An Einwanderungsland: The Integration Policies Of Turkish-German Representatives In The 18th Bundestag, Kevin Dibb 2018 University of Colorado at Boulder

Refugees In An Einwanderungsland: The Integration Policies Of Turkish-German Representatives In The 18th Bundestag, Kevin Dibb

Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures Graduate Theses & Dissertations

The 2013 federal elections marked the first time the Turkish-German community reached proportional representation in the Bundestag, the German parliament. Less than two years later, the “refugee crisis” was well underway, quickly becoming the most pressing political issue of the era and challenging long-standing federal integration policies and structures. The concurrence of these two events provides an interesting case-study in an emergent body of scholarship concerning the engagement of immigrant-origin parliamentarians with issues of national immigration and integration policies. The disparate levels of involvement of the eleven Turkish-German members of parliament in legislation concerning the refugee migrations of 2014-2016 present ...


Epic And Identity: Exploring Genre And Understanding The Self In The Middle High German 'Spielmannsepen', Rachael A. Salyer 2018 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Epic And Identity: Exploring Genre And Understanding The Self In The Middle High German 'Spielmannsepen', Rachael A. Salyer

Doctoral Dissertations

The cluster of anonymous Middle High German epics known as the Spielmannsepen presents an interesting challenge to notions of genre and identity in the Middle Ages. This project explores some of the issues surrounding those notions in three particular texts, including König Rother, Orendel, and St. Oswald. Discussions of genre and identity complement one another in this work because each functions as a means of categorization. Questions surrounding the poems’ manuscript traditions and presumed composition dates are analyzed, and aspects of the eponymous heroes’ identities are also examined.


Re-Evaluating “Authenticity” In Holocaust Literature – Memory And Trauma In Recent Holocaust Fiction, Christos Giantsidis 2018 University of South Carolina

Re-Evaluating “Authenticity” In Holocaust Literature – Memory And Trauma In Recent Holocaust Fiction, Christos Giantsidis

Theses and Dissertations

This thesis provides a structural and para-textual analysis of recent Holocaust fiction. Challenging the assumption of the superiority of “authentic” representations of the psychological effects of this historic event, I will highlight the cultural and pedagogical effects of fictionalized accounts of the Holocaust. A short analysis of the terms “memory,” “trauma,” and “history” as understood in the research field of Holocaust studies, will be substantial in debunking the failures of memory as perfect ways to recreate historical “truths.” Theories about trauma and memory by scholars such as Cathy Caruth and Dominick LaCapra will serve as reference points in the validation ...


Art Of The Weimar Republic And The Premonitions Of Fascism, Leshan Xiao 2018 Claremont Colleges

Art Of The Weimar Republic And The Premonitions Of Fascism, Leshan Xiao

CMC Senior Theses

Founded in 1918 following the carnage of World War One until the Nazi takeover of 1933, the Weimar Republic is widely renowned as a bastion of freedom and democracy that existed only briefly between the reigns of two authoritarian regimes. The Weimar period witnessed an unprecedented prosperity of art and culture, with tremendous advancements in the fields of literature, the visual arts, and film. However, the remnants of the old Empire persisted within the new Republic, and new fascist factions rose to prominence within German society. Artists that lived through the era, both liberal and conservative, observed and provided their ...


Bridging Contradictions: Socialist Actresses And Star Culture In East Germany, Victoria Rizo Lenshyn, Victoria Isabelle Rizo Lenshyn 2018 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Bridging Contradictions: Socialist Actresses And Star Culture In East Germany, Victoria Rizo Lenshyn, Victoria Isabelle Rizo Lenshyn

Doctoral Dissertations

In this dissertation, I argue that multiple stakeholders in East Germany (GDR)—the fans, artists, and state— adapted the star phenomenon to help validate GDR socialist culture at home and abroad, and to bridge seemingly contradictory elements within the dualistic context of the global Cold War: the individual and collective, the ordinary and extraordinary, idealism and reality, the past and present, tradition and progress, East and West. As public figures, GDR stars offered audiences multiple points of identification and helped the enlarged working class navigate its new dominant social position in GDR social life. Officially, stars offered an engaging performance ...


Verschiedene Deutungen Des Gleichen Krieg: Wie Jünger Und Remarque Den Zweck Ihrer Grabenerfahrungen Ausgraben, Olivia R. Simmet 2018 Gettysburg College

Verschiedene Deutungen Des Gleichen Krieg: Wie Jünger Und Remarque Den Zweck Ihrer Grabenerfahrungen Ausgraben, Olivia R. Simmet

Student Publications

Two Perspectives on one Great War: Remarque and Jünger This work looks at two prominent texts in the German war novel canon, All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque and Storm of Steel by Ernst Jünger. These very different books represent the attempts of two Great War soldiers to recall their trench war experience and assign meaning to the slaughter and destruction of the first truly modern war. During the Weimar Republic (1919-1933), All Quiet and Storm of Steel contributed to the two dominant cultural narratives regarding the war, one which rejected war as dehumanizing and immoral ...


Effects Of Natural And Social Environments On Psychological Development Of Main Characters: A Study Of Three Nineteenth-Century German Novellen, Justin Hueckel 2018 University of Vermont

Effects Of Natural And Social Environments On Psychological Development Of Main Characters: A Study Of Three Nineteenth-Century German Novellen, Justin Hueckel

Graduate College Dissertations and Theses

The purpose of this thesis is to address the underlying psychological influences on main characters in three German Novellen: Ludwig Tieck’s Der blonde Eckbert, Annette von Droste-Hülshoff’s Die Judenbuche, and Gerhart Hauptmann’s Bahnwärter Thiel. The motivation for my work comes from my deep interest in German as well as German literature. My many years studying in this field paired with a strong interest in the field of psychology have inspired me to write this thesis, which will more specifically address the environmental influences which shape behavior of main characters. While there is an innate, inherited aspect to ...


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