Remembered Places. Perspectives from Scholarship and the Arts. Eichstätter Europastudien, Bd. 6.
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ISBN: 978-3-8260-6721-1
Autor: Nate, Richard /Wiedemann, Julia (Eds.)
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ISBN: 978-3-8260-6721-1
Series Nr: Eich
Language: englisch
Short description: R. Nate / J. Wiedemann: Introduction – J. Eck: Remembering. Where Jacob Encountered God – A New Approach to the Question of the Intention(s) and Purpose(s) of Biblical Aetiological Mo-tifs – M. Liebermann: Remembered places in Tommaso Campanella’s Poetry – A. Pickering: The Devil’s Cloyster: Putting Selwood Forest on England’s Seventeenth-Century Witchcraft Map – B. Klüsener: “This European World of Ours?”: Concepts of ‘Europe’ in British Romantic Discourse – J. Wiedemann: Remembering Englishness: The Persistence of the Anglo-Saxon Myth – D. Brabant: From Munich to Paris and Amsterdam: Max Slevogt’s Artistic Itinerary between Remembrance and Repression – M. Fleck: Remembrance and Poetic Vision in William Butler Yeats’ Innisfree – R. Mudry: Hussite Places of Memory in Prague and Their Construction in Czech Nationalist and Communist Discourses – T. Prohorova / V. Shamina: Literature as Premonition – C. Scherr: Christopher Isherwood’s Narrative Techniques for Remembering 1930s Berlin in Fiction and Autobiography – H. Musiol: Habits of Memory – R. Nate: “Images of Home”: Place and Remembrance in Low German Literature – J. Wiedemann: Paul Beatty’s The Sellout: Re-Designing the Suburb as a Memorial of Racism – K. Nobis: Between Global, European, and National Heritage: Political Strategies in Appointing Heritage Sites – I. Winkler: Remembering Musical Performances in Ingolstadt. Music and Creative Writing – R. Aley / P. F. Stephan: A Musical Approach to a Textual Love Story in Berlin 1913: A Workshop Talk – K. Farrell: Trigger Warnings: Two Stories That Say More Than They Know – I. Lehn: Aladdin, COB. Tie Two Birds Together: An Interview with Isabelle Lehn.

The editors:
Richard Nate is a Professor of English Literary Studies and Coordinator of European Studies at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt.
Julia Wiedemann is a research associate at the Chair of Literary Studies at the Catholic University of Eichstätt Ingolstadt.

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