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Introductory reading, Elizabeth Boa The Sexual Circus Oxford 1987 chapter 2. Elisabeth Bronfen Over Her Dead Body death femininity and the aesthetic. Manchester University Press 1992 pp 281 90,Anthony Storr Freud Oxford 1989. For further study long essay option, Freud Drei Abhandlungen zur Sexualtheorie 1905 with one of the following. a Wedekind Erdgeist David Midgley Wedekind Erdgeist in Peter Hutchinson. ed Landmarks in German Drama Oxford Lang 2002 pp 143 58 Ruth Florack. Wedekinds Lulu Zerrbild der Sinnlichkeit T bingen Niemeyer 1995. b Arthur Schnitzler Frau Beate und ihr Sohn Michael Titzmann Normenkrise und. Psychologie in der fr hen Moderne Zur Interpretation von Arthur Schnitzlers Frau. Beate und ihr Sohn Recherches Germaniques 28 1998 97 112 Silvia. Kronberger Die unerh rten T chter Fr ulein Else und Elektra und die. gesellschaftliche Funktion der Hysterie Innsbruck Studien Verlag 2002. c Robert Musil Die Verwirrungen des Z glings T rle Andrew Webber Robert. Musil Die Verwirrungen des Z glings T rle in David Midgley ed The German. Novel in the Twentieth Century Beyond Realism Edinburgh Edinburgh UP 1993. Patrizia C McBride The Void of Ethics Robert Musil and the experience of. modernity Evanston IL Northwestern UP 2006 chapter 1. Further secondary reading, Andrew Webber Psychoanalysis Homosexuality and Modernism in The. Cambridge Companion to Gay and Lesbian Writing ed Hugh Stevens Cambridge. CUP 2011 pp 34 49, Juliet Mitchell Psychoanalysis and Feminism London 1974.
Malcolm Bowie Freud and Art in Psychoanalysis and the Future of Theory Oxford. Blackwell 1993,2 Transformations of the National Idea 1890 1989. German national identity underwent profound changes between 1890 and 1989. Questions about the relationship between national identity and the state posed. themselves with traumatic regularity after 1888 with the accession of the impetuous. Emperor Wilhelm II in the Weimar Republic after 1918 and the Third Reich after 1933. after 1945 with the emergence of two German states and in 1989 90 with the. unification of the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany. Between 1890 and 1945 German nationalism became increasingly radical and. xenophobic shaped by the ideological conflict between Left and Right and by racial. thinking After the Second World War and the Holocaust the Germans had to redefine. their relationship with their past and in both East Germany and West Germany they. forged new ideas about their identity and their role in Europe The selection of primary. material will enable students to explore political social and cultural historical. dimensions of the development of modern German national identity in its European. Primary Material Short texts to be made available as a pdf document via. Selected extracts from Lesebuch zur deutschen Geschichte vol 3 ed Bernhard. Dortmund Chronik Verlag 1984 pp 21 26 41 6 58 61 63 9 82 5 120 9 134 5. 150 3 177 98 209 11 221 5 229 32 234 49 258 60,Selected extracts from N rnberg Laws 1935. Preamble to the Grundgesetz fur die Bundesrepublik Deutschland 23 05 1949 also. articles 20 27 on Der Bund und die Lander and 116, Preambles to Verfassung der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik of 7 October 1949. Bundespr sident Horst K hler Ansprache 8 v 2005 Rede vor dem Bundestag zum. 60 Jahrestag der deutschen Kapitulation 1945,http www bundespraesident de Reden und Interviews. Recommended reading, Stefan Berger Inventing the Nation Germany London Bloomsbury 2004 ch 3 7.
John Breuilly ed The state of Germany the national idea in the making unmaking. and remaking of a modern nation state London Longman 1992 ch 1 6 12. John Breuilly The national idea in modern German history in Mary Fulbrook ed. German History since 1800 London Hodder Arnold 1997 pp 556 84. William W Hagen German history in modern times four lives of the nation. Cambridge CUP 2012 Part III IV, Helmut Walser Smith ed Oxford Handbook of Modern German History Oxford. OUP 2011 ch 22 24 31 34 35,For further study long essay option. Volker Kronenberg Verfassungs patriotismus im vereinten Deutschland Aus Politik. und Zeitgeschichte 28 2009 online at http www bpb de apuz 31878 verfassungs. patriotismus im vereinten deutschland p 0, Selected extracts from Peter Alter ed Nationalismus Dokumente zur Geschichte. und Gegenwart Munich Piper 1994, Historikerstreit Die Dokumentation der Kontroverse um die Einzigartigkeit der. nationalsozialistischen Judenvernichtung 9th edn Munich Piper 1995 pp 39 47. 62 76 132 42, Students are also advised to consult the website of the Deutsches Historisches.
Museum for an illustrated account of the period including documents. http www dhm de lemo home html,Further secondary reading. David Blackbourn and James Retallack ed Localism landscape and the. ambiguities of place German speaking central Europe 1860 1930 Toronto Toronto. University Press 2007 Introduction and chapter 6, Peter Blickle Heimat A critical theory of the German idea of homeland Rochester. Camden House 2002, Ian Buruma The Wages of Guilt Memories of War in Germany and Japan 1995. Introduction and pp 69 91 137 76 239 61, Jane Caplan ed Nazi Germany Oxford OUP 2008 chapters 1 4 10. Norbert Frei 1945 und wir Das Dritte Reich im Bewu tsein der Deutschen enlarged. Munich dtv 2009, Mary Fulbrook German national identity after the holocaust Cambridge Polity.
3 Gender and Austrian Writing, This module focuses on the role of gender in Austrian writing after 1945 Faced with. challenges of post fascist memory and national identity distinctively different from. both West and East Germany Austrian women writers in particular were trying to. break free from oppressive social and aesthetic traditions Discussing Peter. Handke s Wunschloses Ungl ck and Ruth Kl ger s weiter leben we will look at. challenges to paradigms of femininity masculinity sexuality and the family both in. the traditional circumscribed sense and as larger collective of the nation Along the. lines of the feminist credo that the private is always already political we will examine. the ethics that underlie these writings and attempt to shed more light on their. historical and political contexts through a gendered reading of literature. Primary material,Peter Handke Wunschloses Ungl ck 1972. Ruth Kl ger weiter leben 1992, Luce Irigaray Women s Exile Ideology and Consciousness 1 1977 62 76. Introductory reading, H l ne Cixous The Laugh of the Medusa Signs Vol 1 No 4 Summer 1976. Aleida Assman Der lange Schatten der Vergangenheit Erinnerungskultur und. Geschichtspolitik Munich C H Beck 2006 12 59, Allyson Fiddler Post war Austrian women writers In Chris Weedon ed Postwar.
Women s Writing in German Feminist Critical Approaches Providence and Oxford. Berghahn 1997, Wendelin Schmidt Dengler Bruchlinien Vorlesungen zur sterreichischen Literatur. 1945 bis 1990 St P lten Salzburg Vienna Residenz 1997 5 15 111 129 254 268. For further study long essay option,Ilse Aichinger Aufruf zum Misstrauen 1946. Ingeborg Bachmann Undine geht 1961,Further secondary reading. Dagmar C G Lorenz Austrian Authors and the Dilemma of National Identity at the. End of the 20th Century In MAL 29 3 4 1996, Ruth Kl ger Frauen lesen anders In Ruth Kl ger Frauen lesen anders Munich. Andrea Reiter Ich wollte es w re ein Roman Ruth Kl gers feminist survival. report Forum for Modern Language Studies 2002 38 3 326 340. Elizabeth Boa Reading Ingeborg Bachmann In Chris Weedon ed Postwar. Women s Writing in German Feminist Critical Approaches Providence and Oxford. Berghahn 1997, Georg L Mosse Introduction The Image of Man the Creation of Modern.
Masculinity OUP 1996 1 16, Georgina Paul The Post 1945 Crisis of Enlightenment and the Emergence of the. Other Sex Perspectives on Gender in Post 1945 German Literature Rochester. N Y Camden House 2009 35 66, Sigrid Weigel Die Stimme der Medusa Schreibweisen in der Gegenwartsliteratur. von Frauen D lmen 1987,4 Contemporary German Memory Work Text and Image. The contemporary culture of the German speaking countries is intensely concerned. with the imperatives and problems of the work of memory and this module will explore. these concerns through a combination of textual and visual material When cultural. memory work is under greatest pressure to create appropriate archives and achieve. adequate testimony it reaches for varied combinations of material and of media and. not least for combinations of pictures and words The module will consider issues of. contemporary memory culture through the work of a writer who is also profoundly. concerned with images W G Sebald and two artists who are also profoundly. concerned with words and texts Anselm Kiefer and Gerhard Richter Through the. complex historical layering that they achieve in their works we will see both the. possibilities and the limitations of memory culture in the shadow zone after dark times. Primary material,W G Sebald Die Ausgewanderten 1992. Anselm Kiefer e g Besetzungen Mohn und Ged chtnis Shulamith and Margarete. images Volksz hlung, Gerhard Richter e g Reichstag October 18 1977 see http www gerhard.
richter com art,Introductory reading viewing, Aleida Assmann Four Formats of Memory From Individual to Collective. Constructions of the Past in David Midgley and Christian Emden eds Cultural. Memory and Historical Consciousness in the German speaking World since 1500. Corinna Belz Gerhard Richter Painting documentary film 2011 available in Faculty. J J Long W G Sebald Image Archive Modernity New York Columbia University. Press 2010 especially pp 109 29, Andrea Lauterwein Anselm Kiefer Paul Celan Myth Mourning and Memory. London Thames and Hudson 2007 especially pp 87 131. For further study long essay option, W G Sebald Die Ringe des Saturn 1995 Luftkrieg und Literatur 2003 Paul. Celan Mohn und Ged chtnis 1952 especially Todesfuge images by Thomas. Demand http www thomasdemand info images photographs Herta M ller. Atemschaukel 2009,Further reading viewing, Anne Fuchs and J J Long ed W G Sebald and the Writing of History W rzburg. K nigshausen Neumann 2007 especially pp 163 78 Carolin Duttlinger A. Lineage of Destruction, Scott Denham and Mark McCulloh eds W G Sebald History Memory Trauma.
Berlin de Gruyter 2005 especially pp 205 18 Maya Barzilai On Exposure. Sophie Fiennes Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow documentary film on Kiefer. 2010 available in Faculty Library, Martin Henatsch Gerhard Richter 18 Oktober 1977 Das verwischte Bild der. Geschichte Frankfurt a M Fischer 1998, Linda Hutcheon Irony and the Power of the Unsaid on Anselm Kiefer. Newfoundland Memorial University 1993 available in the West Room of the. University Library classmark 1997 8 5248, Anselm Kiefer with texts by Werner Spies K nzelsau Swiridoff 2004. Lise Patt and Christel Dillbohner eds Searching for Sebald Photography after W. G Sebald London Institute of Cultural Inquiry 2007. Gerhard Richter Editions 1965 2004 Ostfildern Ruit Hatje Cantz 2004. Lisa Saltzman Anselm Kiefer and Art after Auschwitz Cambridge Cambridge. University Press 1999, David C Ward Ghost Worlds of the Ordinary W G Sebald and Gerhard Richter. PN Review 152 29 6 July August 2003 32 36, 5 Transnational Texts Turkish German Literature and Film of the 1990s 2000s.
One in five residents of Germany today have a background of migration This is. reflected in the expansion of German language literature and film over the past. quarter of a century to include narratives of migration and life in post migrant. Germany Literature and film by Turkish German artists have had a key role to play. here and in this module we will focus on two significant texts by Turkish German. artists Emine Sevgi zdamar s Die Br cke vom Goldenen Horn 1998 a semi. autobiographical novel which traces the sexual political and aesthetic. experimentation of a young female guest worker moving between Turkey and. Germany in the 1960s and Gegen die Wand 2004 by Fatih Akin a filmmaker. whose cinematic work of the 2000s provoked the assertion that The new German. Cinema is Turkish Students will be introduced to the debates on representation. and belonging which have accompanied much Turkish German cultural production. with particular respect to theories of hybridity and third space which entered the. German context from postcolonial theory around this time As well as gaining an. overview of the history of Turkish German texts and film students will explore the. potential and limits of the above theoretical concepts when it comes to analysing the. resignifications of German language identity and space in these transnational texts. Primary Material, Emine Sevgi zdamar Die Br cke vom goldenen Horn Cologne Kiepenheuer. Witsch 1998,Fatih Akin Gegen die Wand 2004, Leslie A Adelson Against Between Ein Manifest gegen das Dazwischen in Text. und Kritik 9 6 Literatur und Migration ed by Heinz Ludwig Arnold 2006 36 46. Robert Young Colonial Desire London Routledge 1995 Chapter 1. Introductory Reading, Rob Burns Turkish German Cinema From Cultural Resistance to Transnational. Cinema in German Cinema Since Unification ed by David Clarke London and. New York Continuum 2006 pp 127 49 And Or Deniz G kt rk Turkish Women. on German Streets Closure and Exposure in Transnational Cinema in Spaces in. European Cinema ed by Myrto Konstantarakos Exeter Portland Intellect 2000. Moray McGowan Br cken und Br cken K pfe Wandlungen einer Metapher in der. Paper Ge6 Modern German Culture 2 1890 to the present day MML Part IB Module Descriptions and Reading Lists 1 Sexuality and the Unconscious The conflict between social norms and sexual desire became a salient public issue in the period around 1900 and it lies at the heart of Freud s project of psychoanalysis as well as the literary writing of that time This module focuses on Wedekind

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