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Let's Get These Works Into Print! Translating German Women Writers As Engagement And Restorative Practice, Amy Kepple Strawser Oct 2014

Let's Get These Works Into Print! Translating German Women Writers As Engagement And Restorative Practice, Amy Kepple Strawser

Modern Languages & Cultures Faculty Scholarship

This presentation focuses upon the importance of translating the works of unknown, little-known, and lesser-known German women authors. Translation of these women's previously non-translated works will make them more widely available for study by English speaking researchers, faculty, and students.


Ursula Krechel (1947- ), Amy Kepple Strawser Aug 2005

Ursula Krechel (1947- ), Amy Kepple Strawser

Modern Languages & Cultures Faculty Scholarship

Ursula Krechel Is one of Germany's currently most prolific authors, writing both fiction and nonfiction. Her works are varied and diverse, and she has been the recipient of many literary awards.