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Ergebnisanzeige "Conference of University Teachers of German in Great Britain and Ireland"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelConference of University Teachers of German in Great Britain and Ireland
BeschreibungConference of University Teachers of German
in Great Britain and Ireland


Seventieth Meeting
University of Bristol, held at
Burwalls Centre for Continuing Education, 2-4 April 2007
Bridge Road, Leigh Woods, Bristol BS8 3PD


PROGRAMME

Monday, 2 April

15.00-15.30 Opening Business

15.30-17.00 (parallel sessions)
Postmigrant literatures (Jim Jordan, Warwick, and Margaret Littler, Manchester)

Lyn Marven (Liverpool), ‘Double crossing: gender in the city in contemporary literature in German’

Frauke Matthes (Edinburgh), ‘Encountering Islam at its roots: Ilija Trojanow's Zu den Heiligen Quellen des Islam’

Brigid Haines (Swansea), ‘The memorialisation of the former Eastern Bloc countries in recent prose fiction in German’


Linguistics 1 (Nils Langer, Bristol)

Martin Durrell and Alan Scott (Manchester), ‘Productive inseparable verb prefixes in German’

Christopher Beedham (St Andrews), ‘The empirical investigation of grammar: The method of lexical exceptions’

Horst Simon (KC London), ‘Varieties of variation’


17.00-18.30 (parallel sessions)
History and remembrance 1 (Anna Saunders, Bangor)

Bernhard Malkmus (Goldsmiths, London), ‘Intermediality and the topography of memory in Alexander Kluge’

Lauren Freede (Edinburgh), ‘Classical music and postwar German identity’


19th century studies (Eleoma Joshua, Edinburgh)

Gerlinde Röder-Bolton (Surrey), ‘“The Germans are excellent readers of our books”: The reception of George Eliot in Berlin’

Ruth Whittle (Birmingham), ‘Mother of the Fatherland: Fanny Lewald’s reception from 1872 to World War I’

Judith Purver (Manchester), ‘The uses of literature: Eichendorff’s national and international reception’

18.45 Sherry reception

19.15 Dinner


20.30 British-German cultural relations 1 (Martin Swales)

Robert Gillett (Queen Mary, London), ‘Anglo-German anachronism: König “does” Shakespeare’

Rüdiger Görner (Queen Mary, London), ‘Kleist liest Richardson und Adam Smith: Skizze eines England-Bildes um 1800’



Tuesday 3 April

8.00 Breakfast

9.00-10.00
(plenary)
Debbie Pinfold (Bristol), ‘Conceptions of childhood in the GDR’

10.00-10.30 Report by DAAD
Reports from other organisations

10.30-10.45 Coffee / Tea

10.45-11.45 Round table discussion: British-German cultural relations (Alexander Košenina, Bristol) - Spea-kers: Peter Pulzer (Leo Baeck Institute), Rüdiger Görner (Queen Mary), Antje Schlamm (DAAD), Ritchie Robertson (Oxford), Darius Rahimi (German Embassy), Johannes Wimmer (Austrian Cultural Forum)

11.45-13.00 (parallel sessions)
Critical theory (Steve Giles, Nottingham)

Jerome Carroll (Nottingham), ‘Anthropology versus philosophy: Herder and 20th century thinking’

Stefan Hajduk (Limerick), ‘Literarische Stimmungen. Zur Medialität eines kulturanthropologischen Phänomens’


20th century studies 1 (Jon Hughes, Royal Holloway, London)

Laura Bradley (Edinburgh), ‘Between conflict and complicity: theatre censorship in the GDR’

Mererid Puw Davies (UCL), ‘Imaginative and cultural strategies in the West German anti-authoritarian movement: graffiti and the contested public space’


13.00 Lunch

14.00-15.30 (parallel sessions)
Anglo-German cultural relations 2: British-Irish / Swiss cultural relations (Jürgen Barkhoff, Trinity College Dublin)

Valerie Heffernan (NUI Maynooth), ‘"The erosion of the Inselmentalität in contemporary Swiss literature"

Siobhán Donovan (University College Dublin), ‘Feeling at home on Ossian’s soil: images of Irish nature and landscape in the works of Swiss writer Gabrielle Alioth’

Andrew Liston (Gießen), ‘The Celtic nations in recent Swiss ecological prose’


History and remembrance 2 (Mark Allinson, Bristol)

Axel Bangert (Cambridge), ‘Examining the Berlin Holocaust Memorial “from below”: the history and aesthetic conception of the underground “Information Centre”’

Chloe Paver (Exeter), ‘Exhibiting the Third Reich’

Anna Saunders (Bangor), ‘Remembering the GDR: memorial culture in Berlin’


15.30-16.00 Tea / Coffee

16.00-17.30 (parallel sessions)
Biography (Peter Davies, Edinburgh)

Wilhelm Hemecker (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for the History and Theory of Biography, Vienna), ‘Biography as network: Applying new technologies in biographical research on Hugo von Hofmannsthal’

Julian Preece (Kent): ‘Turning Anglo-Saxon? contemporary literary biography in Germany’

Caitríona Ní Dhúill, (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for the History and Theory of Biography, Vienna), ‘Symbolic biography: ‘personality’ and history in Ernst Bertram’s Nietzsche’


20th century studies 2 (Jon Hughes, Royal Holloway, London)

Barry Murnane (Freiburg), ‘“Sie spaßen. Aber merken Sie sich, ein Gespenst ist ein Gespenst.” Franz Kafka and the spectres of modernity’

Marko Pajevic (Queen’s Belfast), ‘Am Rand. Misstrauen als Engagement in der Poetik Ilse Aichingers’

Monika Albrecht (Nottingham), ‘“Solidarität der weißen Rasse”: Wolfgang Koeppens Tauben im Grass und Whiteness Studies’


17.30-18.30 Business meeting

18.30 Conference Dinner

20.00 Bristol-Hannover Twinning event

Lecture by Prof Martin Swales
‘“Only connect..., only reflect...”: thoughts on German Studies today’



Wednesday 4 April

8.00 Breakfast

9.00-10.30 (parallel sessions)
18th century studies (Dan Wilson, Royal Holloway, London)

Katrin Kohl (Oxford), ‘Metaphorical bodies in 18th-century German poetics’

Alexander Košenina (Bristol), ‘Goethes Werther und die neue Kriminalliteratur der Aufklärung’

Johannes Birgfeld (Oxford): ‘Daniel Jenisch’s “Borussias” (1794) and the aesthetics of political literature in the 1790s’


Medieval and early modern studies (Sabine Rolle, Edinburgh)

Henrike Lähnemann (Newcastle), ‘Weiberlist auf der Bühne. Judithdramen des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts’

Joel Love (Birmingham), ‘Dialogues of the Swiss Reformations: a comparison of Niklaus Manuel’s Vom Papst und seiner Priesterschaft (1523) and Utz Eckstein’s Concilium (1525)’


10.30-11.00 Coffee / Tea

11.00-12.30 (parallel sessions)
Linguistics 2 (Martin Durrell, Manchester)

Falco Pfalzgraf (QM London) ‘The neo-purist movement in Germany: a threat for Anglo-German Relations?’

Nils Langer (Bristol), ‘Representing German(ness) in American school grammars 1870-1918’

Sylvia Jaworska (Aston), ‘Where have all the linguists gone?: Zur Stellung der Sprachwissenschaft in den britischen German Studies’


British-German cultural relations 3 (Debbie Pinfold, Bristol)

Hannes Schweiger (Vienna), ‘Biography as a medium for cultural transfer: George Eliot in Germany and Britain’

Angus Nicholls (Queen Mary, London), ‘From Berlin to Oxford, and from Romantic philology to evolutionist anthropology: the case of F. Max Müller’

Mark Georg Dehrmann (Osnabrück), Shaftesbury und die deutsche Aufklärung

12.30-13.00 Closing Business

13.00 Departure


Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortBristol
Beginn02.04.2007
Ende04.04.2007
KontaktdatenName/Institution: University of Bristol, Department of German 
Strasse/Postfach: 17 Woodland Rd 
Postleitzahl: BS8 1TE 
Stadt: Bristol, UK 
LandGroßbritannien
BenutzerführungDeutsch; Englisch
SchlüsselbegriffeLiteraturwissenschaft
Klassifikation01.00.00 Allgemeine deutsche Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft > 01.05.00 Germanistenverbände und –tagungen
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