Feminist German Studies 35:1

Feminist German Studies 35:1

Edited by Alexandra Hill and Hester Baer

Table Of Contents

Volume 35 (2019)  read on Project MUSE | read on JSTOR


Editors’ Introduction

The Backfischroman as Bildungsroman: German Novels for Girls, 1863–1913
Jennifer Redmann

Enfreakment: Disability as Narrative Spectacle in Theodor Storm’s “Eine Malerarbeit” and Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach’s “Die arme Kleine”
Anna-Rebecca Nowicki

Female Sexuality and Corporeal Agency in Christian Schad’s Zwei Mädchen
Esther K. Bauer

Rape Culture and Dialectical Montage: A Radical Reframing of Menschen am Sonntag (1930)
Carrie Collenberg-Gonzalez

The Right to Debilitate: The Workings of Global Capitalism and the Precaritization of Subjects in Die wundersame Welt der Waschkraft
Simone Pfleger

Book Reviews
Karin Bauer and Jennifer Ruth Hosek, editors. Cultural Topographies of the New Berlin
Lars Richter

Sandra Boihmane. Malina—Versteck der Sprache: Die Chiffre “Malina” in Ingeborg Bachmanns Werk und in Zeugnissen von Zeitzeuginnen
Ewa Siwak

Julia Erhart. Gendering History on Screen: Women Filmmakers and Historical Films
Julie K. Allen

Ela Gezen. Brecht, Turkish Theater, and Turkish-German Literature: Reception, Adaptation, and Innovation after 1960
Britta Kallin

Maura E. Hametz and Heidi Schlipphacke, editors. Sissi’s World: The Empress Elisabeth in Memory and Myth
Julie K. Allen

Katharina von Hammerstein, Barbara Kosta, and Julie Shoults, editors. Women Writing War: From German Colonialism through World War I
Denise M. Della Rossa

Sonja E. Klocke and Jennifer R. Hosek, editors. Christa Wolf: A Companion
Susanne Rinner

Priscilla Layne. White Rebels in Black: German Appropriation of Black Popular Culture
Nicole Coleman

Kerry Wallach. Passing Illusions: Jewish Visibility in Weimar Germany
Rick McCormick

Margrit V. Zinggeler. Swiss Maid: The Untold Story of Women’s Contributions to Switzerland’s Success
Carola Daffner

Women in German Prize Winners (2018)