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Ergebnisanzeige "Windows. Their Literary, Cultural, Artistic and Psychological Significance in the German-Speaking Territories from the Middle Ages to the Present"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelWindows. Their Literary, Cultural, Artistic and Psychological Significance in the German-Speaking Territories from the Middle Ages to the Present
BeschreibungINTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Windows. Their Literary, Cultural, Artistic and Psychological Significance
in the German-Speaking Territories from the Middle Ages to the Present

Thursday, 4 and Friday, 5 July 2013
at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies (IGRS), University of London
Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

Conference Organisers: Dr Heide Kunzelmann (Kent/IGRS) and Dr Anne Simon (IGRS)

Keynote Speakers:
David Darby (W. Ontario): Domesticating Modernity: Windows, Interiors, and Streets in Fontane's Berlin
Sabine Rewald (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York): The Motif of the Open Window from Romanticism to Realism




Richard Littlejohns (Leicester): Windows in Romanticism: Existential Claustrophobia

S Stephanie L. Hathaway (Oxford): ‘in den venstern wart gelegn’: Commanding Allegiance in Wolfram’s Willehalm

Konrad Harrer (Lorraine/Nancy): The Phenomenology of the Window in Robert Walser

Miyako Hayakawa (Cornell): Window to Window: Intercultural Hermeneutics in Emine Sevgi Özdamar’s Der Hof im Spiegel

A Kate Roy (Innsbruck): ‘Hinter dem eisernen Gitter ihres Fensters’: the Harem Window as Active Frame in 19th-Century Narratives of Emily Ruete’s ‘Entführung’

Rosie MacLeod (Bangor): Rainer Maria Rilke and the Windows of Desire

D Deborah Holmes (Kent): Windows and Snail Shells: Masculinity and Femininity in Lou Andreas Salomé

Anne Simon (London): Illuminating Allegiance: the Politics of Fenestration in Late-Medieval Nuremberg

Henriette Steiner (Zurich)/Kristen Veel (Copenhagen): Through the Looking Glass! The Significance of Windows in a Surveil-lance Society

Lina Fisher (E. Anglia): Eyes as Windows to the World: Point of View in Ingeborg Bachmann’s Story ‘Ihr glücklichen Augen’

Gianna Zocco (Vienna): ‘Menschwerdung’ at the Window: the Contribution of Windows to Identity in four Austrian Novels by Heimito von Doderer, Peter Handke, Gerhard Roth and Richard Obermayr

Ian Cooper (Kent): Realism, Framed and Unframed: Büchner’s Lenz and Storm’s Der Schimmelreiter

Anna Castelli (Viadrina): On this Side of the Window’s Borders: Materiality of Living and Distant Dreams in Realist Novels

Karin Preuss (Frankfurt/M.): Circular Structures and Shattered Glass in E.M. Forster and Arthur Schnitzler: Views and Visions in A Room with a View and Meister-erzählungen

Gabriele Eckart (Southeast Missouri State): A Literary Myth as a Window: Cervantes’s Don Quixote in Contemporary Literature Written in German

Detailed programme, registration form and further details:
http://events.sas.ac.uk/igrs/events/view/13260/Windows.+Their+Literary%2C+Cultural%2C+Artistic+and+Psychological+Significance+in+the+German-Speaking+Territories%20http:/events.sas.ac.uk/igrs/events/view/13260/Windows.+Their+Literary%2C+Cultural%2C+Artistic+

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN (CLOSING DATE: 21 JUNE 2013)
Registration fees: £50 (both days; standard rate)/ £30 (one day; standard rate) – discounts available

This conference is organised by the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies and the Ingeborg Bachmann Centre at the IGRS
in conjunction with the University of Kent and the John Coffin Fund of the University of London (School of Advanced Study)

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
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VeranstaltungsortLondon
Beginn04.07.2013
Ende05.07.2013
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