Department of Germanic Studies

Faculty News

Wed, October 18, 2017
Faculty News
Germanic Studies Published Books

Join us in congratulating the  following members of the faculty for their new publications!


NEW BOOKS!

Sabine Hake, The Proletarian Dream: Socialism, Culture, and Emotion in Germany, 1863-1933. De Gruyter, 2017.  ISBN 978-3-11-054936-


New Articles and Chapters:

Laubenthal, Barbara (2017): Labour migration in Europe: Changing policies - changing organizations - changing people (guest editor), special issue of International Migration, 55 (S1), December.

Belgum, Kirsten. "Using Contests to Connect: A View from the Collegiate Level." Unterrichtspraxis 50:2 (2017): 184-197.

Katherine Arens and Sandra Ballif Straubhaar.  "E. T. A. Hoffmann's 'Falun': Baltic Providences and Martyrdoms." With Sandra Ballif Straubhaar.  Colloquia Germanica, 47, #4 (2014): 329-350 (appeared September 2017).

Katherine Arens.  "Austrian Horror Stories: Summoning the 'daimon,' Artmann to Handke."  Jelinek Jahrbuch:  Elfriede Jelinek-Forschungszentrum 2016-2017.  Eds. Pia Janke and Konstanze Fladischer.  Wien: Praesens Verlag, 2017 (July).  154-169.

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