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Ergebnisanzeige "Beyond Glitter and Doom. New Perspectives of the Weimar Republic"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelBeyond Glitter and Doom. New Perspectives of the Weimar Republic
BeschreibungBeyond Glitter and Doom
New Perspectives of the Weimar Republic

A conference at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London [IGRS]

Co-Ordinators: Jochen Hung (IGRS, London), Katharine Tubb (University of Glasgow) and Godela Weiss-Sussex (IGRS, London)

Programme

Thursday, 30 September 2010

09.15 Registration
09.40 Welcome and Introduction
09.45 Keynote Lecture
David Midgley (Cambridge): Beyond the Clichés. On the Specificity of Weimar Culture
10.30 Keynote Lecture
Moritz Föllmer (Leeds): Which Crisis? Which Modernity? New Perspectives on Weimar Germany
11.15 Coffee
Challenging Crisis and Doom
11.45 Michael Dreyer (Jena): Hugo Preuß and Weimar as a ‘wehrhafte Demokratie’
12.15 Russell Spinney (Maryland): Re-thinking the Emotional Narratives of the Weimar Republic through Displays of Fearlessness
12.45 Jochen Hung (London): Questionning the Generational Concept in Weimar Research
13.15 Discussion
13.30 Lunch (own arrangements)
15.00 Keynote Lecture
Debbie Lewer (Glasgow): Art and the Cultural Politics of the ‘Medieval’ in the Weimar Republic
15.45 Tea
Aesthetics
16.15 Anke Finger (Connecticut): Everyday Modernism: Sensing the Weimar Republic in Literature and other Arts
16.45 Nadine Rossol (Essex): Republican State Re-presentation and Public Performance Culture in Weimar Germany
17.15 Nicola Creighton (Belfast): Contingency: the Great Challenge of Weimar
17.45 Discussion
18.00 Break/Postgraduate Workshop

19.30 Conference dinner at the Amalfi Restaurant (three courses with choice and coffee; for further details please see registration form)

Friday, 1 October 2010

09.30 Keynote Lecture
Gustav Frank (Munich): Abseits der Republik? Nachexpressionistische Komplexität der Künste
10.15 Coffee
Parallel Session I: Gender
10.45 Aneka Meier (Pennsylvania): The Legendary New Woman of Weimar – Revisited
11.15 Jill Suzanne Smith (Maine): Prostitutes in the Weimar Republic: Moving beyond the Victim-Whore Dichotomy
11.45 Mihaela Petrescu (New York): Jazz, Gigolos, and ‘Eintänzer’: Dance and Masculinity during the Weimar Republic
12.15 Silke Helling (Hamburg) and Cornelia Baddack (Cologne): Geschlecht, Staat und Partizipation: Else Frobenius und Katharina von Kardoff-Oheimb
12.45 Discussion
II: Questioning ‘Neue Sachlichkeit’
10.45 Reinhard Zachau (Tennessee): Fallada’s Modernist Novel Characters in Wolf among Wolves, and Little Man, What Now?
11.15 Bernhard Heinrich (Schweinfurt): Falladas ‘kleine Frauen’: Lebensentwürfe in der Krise
11.45 Geoff Wilkes (Queensland): Behind the Glitter: the Critique of the Cultural Mass Market in Vicki Baum’s Menschen im Hotel
12.15 Discussion
III: Public Environment
10.45 Hansjakob Ziemer (Berlin): Listening to Society: Concert Hall Experiences as Social Practices in the 1920s
11.15 Michael Schwalb (Cologne): Begrenzt haltbar: die Kroll-Oper als republikanisches Laboratorium
11.45 Kerstin Barndt (Michigan): Present Futures. ‘Werkbund’ and Building Exhibitions in Weimar Germany
12.15 Mark Hobbs (Glasgow): Exploring Weimar Berlin’s History through its Geography
12.45 Discussion
13.05 Lunch (own arrangements)
IV: Visual Arts
14.30 James van Dyke (Missouri): Felixmüller’s Failure: Painting and Poverty
15.00 Elinor Beaven (Cambridge): The Art of Domesticity? Exploring Alternative Models of Artistic Practice through the Weimar ‘Künstlerpaar’
15.30 Katharine Tubb (Glasgow): The Garçonne, the Girl, and the Biedermeier Babe? Weimar Dress and the Ghosts of Fashions Past
16.00 Discussion
V: Politics and the Novel
14.30 Florian Krobb (Maynooth): Catholicism, ‘Conservative Revolution’ and the Fairy Tale: the Case of Wilhelm Matthiessen
15.00 Marion Löffler (Vienna): Was sagt das Publikum? Theoretische und literarische Beiträge zur politischen Kultur der Weimarer Republik
15.30 Nicholas Martin (Birmingham): Stranger than Fiction: Literary Transformations of War Experience in the Weimar Republic
16.00 Discussion
VI: Film
14.30 Brigitte Braun (Trier): Spiegelungen der eigenen Gegenwart im historischen Film der Weimarer Republik
15.00 Joel Westerdale (Massachusetts): The Canon of Early Weimar Cinema Reloaded
15.30 Matthias Uecker (Nottingham): ‘Das Leben [...] So ist es und nicht anders’: Constructions of Normality in Menschen am Sonntag
16.00 Discussion
16.15 Break
16.20 Keynote Lecture
Anthony McElligott (Limerick): Rethinking the Weimar Republic as Paradigm: Authority/less and Authoritarianism
17.05 Closing Discussion
17.30 Wine
18.00 End of Conference

Further details and registration

Further information and registration forms are available at http://w01.igrscms.wf.ulcc.ac.uk/index.php?id=494. Please note the closing date for receipt of registrations is Friday, 17 September 2010.

Conference Fees
2 Days
£55.00 Standard Rate
£45.00 Reduced Rate
£30.00 Student Rate
1 Day
£30.00 Standard Rate
£25.00 Reduced Rate
£20.00 Student Rate

Dinner on Thursday, 30 September
£30.00

Reduced Rate: Fully paid-up Friends of Germanic Studies or paying members of the IGRS only
Student Rate: Students with proof of status only

A limited number of student bursaries of £100 each are available to be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you wish to apply, please register as usual and tick the appropriate box on the registration form. Please ensure proof of student status is enclosed with payment.

Registration form
How to find us
Where to stay
Conference website

This conference is organised under the auspices of the
University of Glasgow
and the
Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London

and sponsored by the
Royal Historical Society
and the
German History Society

Jane Lewin

Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies

University of London School of Advanced Study

Room ST 272, Senate House

Malet Street, GB- London WC1E 7HU
Telephone 0044 (0)20 7862 8966

Website www.igrs.sas.ac.uk

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://w01.igrscms.wf.ulcc.ac.uk/index.php?id=494
Verknüpfte Ressourcehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortLondon
Beginn30.09.2010
Ende01.10.2010
PersonName: Jane Lewin 
E-Mail: Jane.Lewin@sas.ac.uk 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies University of London School of Advanced Study 
Strasse/Postfach: Room ST 272, Senate House, Malet Street, 
Stadt: London WC1E 7HU 
LandGroßbritannien
BenutzerführungEnglisch
Ediert von  H-Germanistik
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