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Ergebnisanzeige "The Politics of the Home: Domestic Culture in Post-War Germany and Austria"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelThe Politics of the Home: Domestic Culture in Post-War Germany and Austria
BeschreibungThe Politics of the Home: Domestic Culture in Post-War Germany and Austria

Friday 11th May 2012

Department of German at King's College London
The Council Room, First Floor, King's Building,
Strand Campus, King's College London, WC2R 2LS

Please e-mail catherine.smale@kcl.ac.uk by Friday 4th May if you are interested in attending.

9.30-9.45 Introduction


9.45-10.45 Keynote Presentation

Paul Betts (University of Sussex), ‘Domestic Space and the Challenge of German History’


10.45-11.00 Coffee Break


11.00-12.30 Constructing Identities

Camillo de Vivanco (University of Oxford), ‘“Eine Hochburg des Nationalsozialismus”: Thomas Bernhard’s Critique of the Politics of Domestic Life in Post-War Austria’
Martin Brady (King's College London), ‘“Das beiläufig Metaphysische, in der Alltäglichkeit”: Food and Cooking in Peter Handke’s Play Warum eine Küche?’
Helen Hughes (University of Surrey), ‘The Everyday between Heaven and Earth in Michael Pilz’s Himmel und Erde (Austria, 1979-82)’


12.30-14.00 Lunch (own arrangements)


14.00-15.00 Keynote Presentation

Jan Palmowski (King’s College London), ‘Everyday Life in History and Historiography’


15.00-16.00 Private Spaces, Political Legacies

Daniel Wolpert (University of Cambridge), ‘Hitting Home: Domesticity and Destruction in German Trümmerfilm’
Elizabeth Ward (University of Leeds), ‘“Ist eine tolle Rolle, nicht?” Reviewing the Role of the Female in East German Holocaust Cinema: Siegfried Kühn's Die Schauspielerin (1988)’


16.00-16.30 Tea Break


16.30-17.30 Narrating the Domestic Sphere

Katie Stone (University of Cambridge), ‘“Das Private ist das Politische”: Re-politicizing Family and the Home in Elisabeth Plessen’s Mitteilung an den Adel’ (1976)
Catherine Smale (King’s College London), ‘“Wenn das Haus fertig ist, da kommt der Tod”: Memory and Domestic Space in Jenny Erpenbeck’s Heimsuchung (2008)’


17.30-18.00 Concluding Discussion

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VeranstaltungsortLondon
Beginn11.05.2012
Ende11.05.2012
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