Feminist German Studies 36:1

Feminist German Studies 36:1

Edited by Alexandra M. Hill and Hester Baer

Table Of Contents

Volume 36, Number 1 (Spring/Summer 2020)  read on Project MUSE | read on JSTOR


Editors’ Introduction

Grenzenlos Deutsch: Co-creating Open Educational Resources through Feminist Collaboration
Brigetta Abel, Erika Berroth, Angineh Djavadghazaryans, Maureen O. Gallagher, Adam R. King, Karolina May-Chu, Simone Pfleger, Faye Stewart, and Amy D. Young

Embracing Disciplinary Trouble: Silos, Identity, and Shared Intellectual Endeavor
Muriel Cormican, Betsy Dahms, and Robert Kilpatrick

It’s Still about Relevance: The Founding of a Humanities Collaborative as a Confident Response to the Humanities Crisis
Laura McLary

The Ongoing Rewards of Collaboration, Intermediality, and Multivocality in the Humanities: Reflections on the Multimedia Project Trug&Schein
K. Scott Baker, Andrew Stuart Bergerson, Laura Fahnenbruck, Deborah Parker, and Benjamin Roers

How to Keep the Co(ol) in Collaboration
Sunka Simon

Collaborative Coaching to Unlock Your Full Potential
Jennifer Drake Askey

Miriam Rainer

Mapping Out the “Co” in Collaborative Work: External Pressures, Institutional Responses, and Individual Affects
Katharina Gerstenberger and Margaret McCarthy

Intimate Collaborations and Feminist Gatherings: A Manifesto for a Coalitional Academy
Carrie Smith, Maria Stehle, and Beverly Weber

The Language of Flowers and the (Re)productive Female Body in Hedwig Dohm’s Werde, die Du bist!
Lauren Nossett and Luca Pixner

Nikolai Chernyshevsky’s What Is to Be Done? and the Prehistory of International Marxist Feminism
Helen Stuhr-Rommereim and Mari Jarris