Feminist German Studies 38:1

Feminist German Studies 38:1

Edited by Hester Baer and Alexandra M. Stewart
Special Issue: The Singular Plural of Feminist Film Practice
Guest Edited by Angelica Fenner and Barbara Mennel

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Table Of Contents

Volume 38, Number 1 (Spring/Summer 2022)
Contents

The Singular Plural of Feminist Film Practice
Guest-edited by Angelica Fenner and Barbara Mennel

Acknowledgments

Editors’ Introductiom

Introduction: The Singular Plural of Feminist Film Practice
Angelica Fenner and Barbara Mennel

Activating the Archive: Feminism and German Women’s Film Heritage, 2010–2020
Erica Carter

Feminist Filmmaking before Feminism: An Interview with Ula Stöckl
Angelica Fenner and Hester Baer

Embodiment, Agency, and Ethics in Margarethe von Trotta’s Cinema: From Rosa Luxemburg (1986) to Hannah Arendt (2012)
Claudia Breger

Home, History, and Memory: Spatial Explorations in Recha Jungmann’s Etwas tut weh (1979/1980) and Sandra Wollner’s Das unmögliche Bild (2016)
Annette Brauerhoch

Refracting the Gaze: A Conversation with Ines Johnson-Spain on Becoming Black (2019)
Angelica Fenner

The Ethics of Difference: Masculinity and Foreignness in Maren Ade’s Toni Erdmann (2016) and Valeska Grisebach’s Western (2017)
Gozde Naiboglu

A Gendered Suspension of Time: Waiting in the Cinema of Angela Schanelec
Olivia Landry

Shoes, Drunk Women, and Phallic Girls: Tatjana Turanskyj’s Feminist Interventions in German Cinema
Alice Bardan

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