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Ergebnisanzeige "Intercultural Encounters in German Studies"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelIntercultural Encounters in German Studies
BeschreibungFourth Biennial Conference of the
German Studies Association of Australia (GSAA)

November 30 – December 2, 2011
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, Brisbane

Hosted by the German Program, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies and the Faculty of Arts, The University of Queensland

Conference Theme
Intercultural Encounters in German Studies

Conference Organisers

Alan Corkhill (Convenor), Stephan Atzert, Geoff Wilkes (German Program, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland)

Administrative Support
SAT Team (School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies)

Student Assistance
Carmen Prodinger, Christian Romuss

PROGRAM

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

6:30 PM –
Informal Pre-Conference Dinner (at delegates’ own expense) St Lucia Village. Venue: to be advised. Register your interest with Alan Corkhill a.corkhill@uq.edu.au.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Forgan Smith (Bld. 1), Level 3 Foyer
Registration

9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Forgan Smith E302
Welcome and Official Opening
Professor Nancy Wright: Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts, The University of Queensland; Professor Alison Lewis: President of GSAA; Associate Professor Alan Corkhill: GSAA Conference Convenor, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland

9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Forgan Smith E302
Keynote Address
Ryozo Maeda Rikkyo University
Aneignung durch Enteignung? Nicht-deutschsprachige Germanistik und transkulturelle Kulturübersetzung: Beispiel die japanische Germanistik

Chair: Axel Fliethmann Monash University

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Morning Tea

INDIVIDUAL S E S S I O N S

1. Intercultural (Re-)Percussions
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Forgan Smith E212
Chair: Roger Hillman Australian National University

Simon Walsh University of Michigan
“Das Land der neuen Musik?”. Gert Jonke and New Music in Postwar Austria

Siobhan Finn University of Western Australia
Personal Recollections of East German Classical Musicians in Light of Politics and National Identity

John Milfull University of New South Wales
A Lehrstück for Lovers? Revisiting Cosi fan tutte

2. Traversing Continental Divides
11:AM – 12:00 PM Forgan Smith E219
Chair: Andrea Bandhauer University of Sydney

Ludwig Deringer RWTH Aachen
“Alte Geschichten”: The Brothers Grimm, American English, and New Archival Evidence on Carl Zuckmayer’s Die sieben einfachen Dinge or Vermonter Roman

Gerhard Fischer University of New South Wales
Egon E. Kisch’s ‘Reportagenbuch’ Landung in Australien (1937): An Essential Text for German Studies in Australia

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Lunch

3. Crossing Thresholds in Stage Production
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Forgan Smith E212
Chair: Ulrike Garde Macquarie University

Franz-Josef Deiters Monash University
Die Inszenierung des Theaters auf der Bühne der Weimarer Klassik

André Bastian Monash University
Prinzessinnendramen im Licht einer ‘Poetik des Ankommens’. Oder ‘Elfi’ am Red Stitch – Transkulturelle Gedanken zur ersten australischen Inszenierung eines Stücks von Elfriede Jelinek

Birte Giesler University of Sydney
Theater zwischen Natur- und Geisteswissenschaften: Menschliche Selbstdarstellung und Biomedizin im deutschsprachigen Drama der Gegenwart

4. Intercultural Transfer in Austrian Drama and Prose Fiction
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Forgan Smith E219
Chair: Wolfgang Müller-Funk University of Vienna

Simon Ryan University of Otago
Writing a Counter-History: Velázquez, Pessoa and the Habsburg Monarchy in Gerhard Roth’s Das Labyrinth

Richard Millington Victoria University of Wellington
Deutsch, undeutsch, kleinrussisch? The Shifting National Loyalties of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch


Matthias Mansky University of Vienna
Wiener Komödie und Londoner Theater um 1800. Zur Skurrilität eines marginalen Kulturtransfers

3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Afternoon Tea

5. Interculturality in Representation, Perspective and Performance
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Forgan Smith E212
Chair: Gerhard Fischer University of New South Wales

Meg Mumford University of New South Wales
The Political Art of Partial Proximity to Strangers in Rimini Protokoll’s Herr Dağaçar und die goldene Tektonik des Mülls

Ulrike Garde Macquarie University
Fact or Fiction? Productive Insecurity and Encounters with the Unfamiliar in the ‘Reality Theatre’ Performance Chambermaids

Dale Adams University of Melbourne
Das Gesetz der großen Zahl: Bertolt Brechts und Friedrich Dürrenmatts dramaturgische Auseinandersetzung mit der modernen Massengesellschaft

6. Transpositions of Body, Mind and Spirit
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Forgan Smith E219
Chair: Tim Mehigan The University of Otago

Hans Kuhn Australian National University
Brünstiges geistiges Verlangen: Gefühlskultur im protestantischen deutschen Kirchenlied

Stephan Atzert University of Queensland
Die Leibkonzeption Schopenhauers – Zwischen metaphysischer und psychologischer Willensbegründung

Alan Corkhill University of Queensland
Literary Happiness in Intercultural Dialogue: Hesse and Brecht as Case Studies

6:00 PM –7:30 PM

Conference Cocktail Party. Foyer, UQ Art Museum, Mayne Centre, Bld. 11 (for all registered delegates and selected invitees)





Thursday, December 1, 2011

INDIVIDUAL S E S S I O N S

7. Spatial Twists and Turns
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Forgan Smith E212

Chair: Cecilia Novero University of Otago

Susanne Ledanff University of Canterbury
Berlin und die Provinz in den Romanen Theodor Fontanes: Neue Raumordnungen und Raumpraktiken im Umbruch

Axel Fliethmann Monash University
Gehen/Sehen. Spaziergang zwischen Gottlob Schelle und Thomas Bernhard

Christiane Weller Monash University
Raumangst und Angsttraum. Raumerfahrung im psychotischen Schreiben

8. Narrativising Intercultural Antagonisms
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Forgan Smith E219
Chair: Simon Ryan University of Otago

Yixu Lü University of Sydney
Nationalist Narratives: the Kölnische Zeitung and the Boxer Uprising

Yi Wang University of Sydney
Deutscher Held in einem “Pigtail War”. Constantin von Hanneken im Sino-Japanischen Krieg 1894-95

Kati Tonkin University of Western Australia
“Buchmendels Untergang”: The Ambivalence of the Assimilated Jew in Stefan Zweig’s Buchmendel
9. Mapping the Shifting Grounds of Language, Culture and Identity
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Forgan Smith E356
Chair: Gabriele Schmidt Australian National University

Monika Durrer University of Western Australia
20 Years On … Issues of Migration, Memory and Identity for East Germans in Australia

Leo Kretzenbacher University of Melbourne
Perceptions of National and Regional Standards of Addressing in Germany and Austria

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Morning Tea
10. German Studies in the Age of Global Networking: The US and Australian Experience
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Forgan Smith E212
Chair: Leo Kretzenbacher University of Melbourne

Carol Anne Costabile-Heming Northern Kentucky University
German Studies in the Global Arena: The Status of German in the United States and an Overview of Strategies for Managing the Crises in the Profession.

Ulrike Garde Macquarie University and Alexandra Ludewig University of Western Australia
10 Jahre DAAD Ortslektoren: Informationen zum Programm

11. Documenting (Inter-)Racial and Ethnic Intolerance
11:00 AM – 1.00 PM [extended session] Forgan Smith E219
Chair: Marie-Christine Wehming University of Luxembourg

Maria Veber University of Sydney
Remembering as an Act of Resistance in Kärnten: The ‘Mahnmal der Tausend Namen’ in Klagenfurt

Esther Jilovsky University of Melbourne
“Weil wir keine Deutschen sind”: Narratives of Memory in German-Jewish Holocaust Memoirs

Robert Buch University of New South Wales
Fascinating Facticity: Tragedy and Transgression in Jonathan Littell’s The Kindly Ones

Kylie Giblett University of Sydney
Look to the Right, Look to the Left: A Comparative Study of the Portrayal of SS Guard Hanna and Terrorist Jörg in Bernhard Schlink’s Der Vorleser and Das Wochenende

12. Cross-Fertilisations in Contemporary German Literature
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Forgan Smith E356
Chair: Franz-Josef Deiters Monash University

Yannick Müllender University of Auckland
Generationenrede in zeitgenössischen deutschen Familienromanen

Billy Badger University of Tasmania
Dichter und Dichtung in der Mobilitätsgesellschaft: Bas Böttchers Neonomade (2009)

Gert Reifarth Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Migrieren mit Tieren: Dietmar Daths äsopisch-philosophische Dystopie Die Abschaffung der Arten (2008)



12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Lunch

13. German Studies in Schools and Universities
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Forgan Smith E212
Chair: Kati Tonkin University of Western Australia

Gabriele Schmidt Australian National University
Das Profil von German Studies und German Studies Studierenden in Australien

Simone Smala The University of Queensland
PASCH-Schools in Australia – A Contextual Analysis of External Support Structures in Two German Immersion Programs

14. Aesthetic Engagement in Transnational Contexts
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Forgan Smith E219
Chair: Stephan Atzert The University of Queensland

Wolfgang Müller-Funk University of Vienna
Wien, Zagreb, Buenos Aires. Lokale Konflikte in globalen Zeiten. Norbert Gstrein, Die Winter im Süden

Kerstin Schoor European University Viadrina, Frankfurt an der Oder
Kulturelle Wechselwirkungen im Exil: Der Prager deutsch-jüdische Schriftsteller Willy Haas und seine literarischen Arbeiten und Beiträge für den indischen Film (1939-1947)

Stephan Resch University of Auckland
Pacifist in the Spirit of 1914 – A Re-Evaluation of Stefan Zweig’s Position towards World War I

15. Turkish-German Cinema
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Forgan Smith E356
Chair: Geoff Wilkes The University of Queensland

Jessica Gallagher The University of Queensland
Turkish-German Encounters: Intercultural Relationships in Contemporary Turkish-German Cinema

Heather Benbow University of Melbourne
Gendering the Turkish-German Ethno-Comedy

Kerry Dunne University of Wollongong
Global and Local in Soulkitchen (2010): Fatih Akin’s Heimatfilm

3:30 PM – 4:20 PM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Special Afternoon Tea (hosted by the Goethe Institute, Sydney)

PUBLIC LECTURE

4:30 PM – 5:45 PM Forgan Smith, E109
Andreas Gardt University of Kassel
Language and Identity. The Case of German

Chair: Marina Shine, Goethe Institute, Sydney

7:00 PM –

Conference Dinner, Mariosarti Ristorante Italiano, 41 Sherwood Rd., Toowong Village. Tel: 07 38704933. (Pre-Payment Required)

Friday, December 2, 2011

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Forgan Smith E302
Plenary Address
Tim Mehigan University of Otago
Why Space? Why Now? On the (New) Importance of a Literary-Philosophical Category for Literary Study

Chair: Susanne Ledanff Canterbury University

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Morning Tea

INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS

16. Cultural Memory and Cultural Crosscurrents
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Forgan Smith E212
Chair: Robert Buch University of New South Wales

Marie-Christine Wehming University of Luxembourg
Remains of the Day. Testimony as an Answer to Intercultural and Transnational Questions?

Andreas Michel Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute
Intercultural Encounter? The Case of Carl Einstein’s Negerplastik

17. Literary Imagination Abroad
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Forgan Smith E219
Chair: Yixu Lü University of Sydney

Lukas Bauer University of Wollongong
All Roads do not Lead to Rome. Cultural Identity in Goethe’s Italienische Reise and Heine’s Italian Reisebilder
Lacina Yéo University of Cocody Abidjan/Free University of Berlin
Die afrikanische Lektüre deutscher Literatur

18. Intercultural Visualisations: European Film and TV
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Forgan Smith E232
Chair: Alan Corkhill, The University of Queensland

Alexandra Simon López University of Eastern Finland
Kulturelle Hybridität und (trans)nationale Stereotype in Dominik Grafs Krimiserie “Im Angesicht des Verbrechens” (2010)

Cecilia Novero University of Otago
Bear Images: Herzog’s Grizzly Man (2005) and Animal Representation in Film

Roger Hillman Australian National University
Anticipating German History, with Hindsight – Haneke and Tournier

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Lunch

19. Beyond Nationalities
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Forgan Smith E212
Chair: Kerstin Schoor European University Viadrina, Frankfurt an der Oder

Alexandra Ludewig University of West Australia
The Marginalised in the Centre. Migrant Youth Experiences in Berlin Films

Andrea Phillips University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fiction of Rafik Schami: Food as Transnational Symbol

20. The Case Study: Dialogues between the Arts and the Sciences in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Forgan Smith E219
Chair: Carol Anne Costabile-Heming Northern Kentucky University

Katie Sutton University of Melbourne
The Case of the Eonist: Contestations over Transvestite Life Histories in Sexology, Psychoanalysis and Autobiographical Fiction

Birgit Lang University of Melbourne
Explaining the Con Man. Erich Wulffen’s Legal and Literary Case Studies of Imposture

Alison Lewis University of Melbourne
Literary Pathologies: Sex Crimes and the Case Sudies of New Objectivity in Alfred Döblin’s “Zwei Freundinnen und der Giftmord”


21. (Re-)Constructing Femininities
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Forgan Smith E232
Chair: Heather Benbow University of Melbourne

Mihaela Zaharia University of Bucharest
“Das Mädchen war von der Rasse der Klippe”: Konstruktionen der Weiblichkeit in Robert Müllers Werk

Andrea Bandhauer University of Sydney
“Wenn nicht du es bist, wer bist du dann?” Metamorphosen des Weiblichen in Yoko Tawadas Das Bad und Schwager in Bordeaux

Petruta Tatulescu University of Heidelberg /Trinity College Dublin
Gender and Identity at Boarding Schools: Outcast Teachers in Mädchen in Uniform (Germany, 1958) vs. Loving Annabelle (US, 2006)

3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Forgan Smith, Level 3 Foyer

Afternoon Tea

22. 4.00 PM – 4.20 PM Forgan Smith E232
Reprise and Farewell: GSAA Organising Committee

4.30 PM – 5.30 PM Forgan Smith E232
Annual General Meeting of the GSAA.
Non-members of GSAA are welcome to attend but may not vote.

7:00 PM –

Informal Farewell Dinner (at delegates’ own expense).Venue: to be advised. Register your interest with Alan Corkhill a.corkhill@uq.edu.au.


END OF CONFERENCE

Acknowledgements

The GSAA’s Fourth Biennial Conference takes place on the land of the Jagera and Turrbal people. We acknowledge the indigenous custodians of this land and pay our respects to their elders.

The Conference Organisers are grateful for financial support from the

Embassy of Austria, Canberra
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Canberra
Faculty of Arts, The University of Queensland


Goethe Institute, Sydney



School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland


Schopenhauer-Gesellschaft e.V, Frankfurt/M

SCHOPENHAUER-GESELLSCHAFT
Sitz: Frankfurt am Main

About the German Studies Association of Australia

The German Studies Association of Australia Inc. is a multi-disciplinary association for teachers of German language, culture and literature. It was founded in 2000, and incorporated in 2002, in order to promote teaching and research in German Studies at the tertiary level. It arose from the need to provide a language-specific forum for exchange among staff teaching German Studies and to create a national platform for articulating their concerns. Its main activities to date have been to organise national conferences and workshops and in July 2003 it held its first conference, “Diverse Directions in German Studies”, in Sydney and in September 2007 a second on the topic of “Erinnerungskrisen/Memory Crises” in Melbourne. In 2009 its third conference, “Deutsch in aller Welt!”, was staged in Perth. The GSAA welcomes members from Australia and New Zealand as well as from Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Executive Officers of the GSAA

President: Alison Lewis (University of Melbourne)
Former President: Tim Mehigan (University of Otago)
Vice President: Christiane Weller (Monash University)
Secretary: Axel Fliethmann (Monash University)
Treasurer: Franz-Josef Deiters (Monash University)
Public Officers: Yixu Lü (University of Sydney), Birgit Lang (University of Melbourne)
Liaison Officer: Birgit Lang
Committee Member: Birte Giesler (University of Sydney)
Membership in the Association

A membership form is available on line on the Association Web site at .
Members are encouraged to review their membership record regularly, and to update
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VeranstaltungsortThe University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australien
Beginn30.11.2011
Ende02.12.2011
PersonName: Prof. Dr. Alan Corkhill 
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