Women in German Yearbook 2004

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U of Nebraska Press, Jan 1, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 236 pages
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Women in German Yearbook is a refereed publication that presents a wide range of feminist approaches to all aspects of German literature, culture, and language, including pedagogy. Reflecting the interdisciplinary perspectives that inform feminist German studies, each issue contains critical studies involving gender and other analytical categories to examine the work, history, life, literature, and arts of the German-speaking world.Ruth-Ellen Boetcher Joeres is a professor of German at the University of Minnesota. Marjorie Gelus is a professor of German at California State University at Sacramento.
 

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Contents

The Role of the Peace
13
Female
37
Anna Louisa Karsch as Sappho
62
Suicide as Poetic Speech
122
Structures of Feminine Identification
145
The Interwoven Stories of Sinti
163
Looking Back Looking Forward
184
Women Really Read Differently?
198
Musing Together at Year Twenty
215
About the Contributors
232
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Ruth-Ellen Boetcher Joeres is a professor of German at the University of Minnesota. Marjorie Gelus is a professor of German at California State University at Sacramento.

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