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RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelAnglo-German Encounters with Drama and Poetry, 1760-1835 (Edinburgh, 13. - 14. Juni 2016)
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Royal Society of Edinburgh Susan Manning Symposium

Anglo-German Encounters with Drama and Poetry, 1760-1835

Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities

Contact by Friday 3 June (unfortunately space will be a little tight, but we'll try to accommodate as many people as we can):

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Dr Michael Wood
michael.wood@ed.ac.uk
Susan Manning Postdoctoral Fellow
Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
University of Edinburgh
&
Tutor in German
School of Literatures, Languages, and Cultures
University of Edinburgh

https://edinburgh.academia.edu/MichaelWood
http://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/people/fellows/profile/dr-michael-wood/
http://www.ihmg.de/de/gesellschaft/mitglieder

Day One – Monday 13th June

9.00-9.30am: Arrival and coffee

9.30am: Introduction

Panel 1 Dramatic Adaptation and Translation

Chair: Prof. Sandro Jung (Ghent)

9.45am: Prof. Sonja Fielitz (Marburg): ‘Henry Fielding, Dramatist‘

10.30am: Dr Johannes Birgfeld (Saarland): ‘"Das alte englische Lustspiel [...] wimmelt von Abgeschmacktheiten und nicht selten auch von Unanständigkeiten." - August von Kotzebue as translator of late 18th-century English Comedies’

11.15am: BREAK

11.30am: Prof. Barry Murnane (Oxford): ‘British ghosts of the gothic novel. Dramatic adaptation as a medium of Anglo-German cultural transfer in the 1790s’

12.15pm: Dr Nils Reiter & Dr Marcus Willand (Stuttgart):‘German Translations of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet: What Digital Humanities know (that others don’t)’

1pm: LUNCH

Panel 2 Scotland and Germany

Chair: Dr Robert P. Irvine (Edinburgh)

2.00pm: Lucy Linforth (Edinburgh): ‘From Scotland new Come Home?’ Ghosts and Afterlives of Bürger’s ‘Lenore’

2.45pm: Prof. Gauti Kristmannsson (Iceland): ‘Walter Scott‘s Trajectory from Translator and Editor to Author: The Symbiosis of Translation, Rewriting and Original Work’

3.30pm: BREAK

4.00pm: Dr Michael Wood (Edinburgh): ‘Of German Genres and Scottish Sentiments: Walter Scott, Henry Mackenzie, and the Schauspiel’

4.45pm: Prof. Bernhard Maier (Tübingen): ‘Student Experiences: John Stuart Blackie and William Edmonstone Aytoun in Germany (1829-30 / 1833-34)’

5.30pm: END OF DAY ONE; WINE RECEPTION



Day Two – Tuesday 14th June

10am: Coffee

Panel 3 The Politics of Cultural Exchange

Chair: Dr Anne Marie Hagen (Edinburgh)

10.45am: Prof. Sandro Jung (Ghent): ‘The Female Body in Text and Image: Amelia, Lavinia, and Musidora in the German Translations of Thomson's The Seasons’

11.30am: Catherine Angerson (Birkbeck): ‘Dichtung and Dissent: British Encounters with German Poetry and Drama in the Monthly Review, 1760-1800’

12.15pm: LUNCH

1.30pm: Dr John Guthrie (Cambridge): ‘Milton in Germany’

2.15pm: Dr Maike Oergel (Nottingham): ‘Politics and Literature: the “Introduction” of Ernst Moritz Arndt’s Geist der Zeit into (Anti-Napoleonic) Britain 1806-08’

3.00pm: END OF SYMPOSIUM

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Internetadressehttps://networks.h-net.org/node/79435/discussions/125369/konf-anglo-ge...
VeranstaltungsortEdinburgh
Beginn13.06.2016
Ende14.06.2016
PersonName: Wood, Michael [Dr.] 
Funktion: Ansprechpartner 
E-Mail: michael.wood@ed.ac.uk 
BenutzerführungDeutsch
SchlüsselbegriffeDramentheorie; Komparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft); Literatur 1770 - 1830; Lyriktheorie
Zusätzliches SuchwortDeutsch-britische Kulturbeziehungen; Schottland; Literaturübersetzung
Klassifikation04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte > 04.06.00 Beziehungen einzelner Völker zur deutschen Literatur; 13.00.00 Goethezeit > 13.12.00 Gattungen und Formen > 13.12.02 Drama. Theater; 13.00.00 Goethezeit > 13.12.00 Gattungen und Formen > 13.12.03 Epik; 13.00.00 Goethezeit > 13.12.00 Gattungen und Formen > 13.12.04 Lyrik
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