Thirty-Fourth National Postgraduate Colloquium in German Studies
at the University of Wales, Swansea
on Saturday, 8 November 2003
10.15-11.00 SCOTT TATCHELL (University of Reading): 'Feilenhauer
Torgelow: Fontane's Elusive Social Democrat'
11.00-11.45 RAPHAEL HÖRMANN (University of Glasgow): 'Georg Weerth and
Ernest Jones - Two Forgotten Early Communist Advocates for the Poor'
11.45-12.30 KATY HEADY (University of Sheffield): 'Heinrich Heine's "Die
Stadt Lukka" and the July Revolution of 1830'
12.30-13.30 LUNCH [own arrangements]
13.30-14.15 STEFFAN DAVIES (St Hugh's College, Oxford): 'Why is Döblin's
"Ferdinand der Andere" called "Wallenstein"?'
14.15-15.00 RUTH MARTIN (Birkbeck College, London): 'Literary
Philosophers: Karl Kraus, Robert Musil, Franz Kafka'
15.30-16.15 ASTRID ENSSLIN (University of Leeds): 'Heilige oder Hexe,
Opfer oder Täterin - A Feminist Reading of Literary Hypertexts in German'
16.15-17.00 UTE HIRSEKORN (University of Nottingham): 'Was bedeutete
Macht im Politbüro? Macht, Parteidisziplin, der Generalsekretär und das
17.00-17.45 BAREND SCHUTTE (Southampton Institute for Higher Education):
'The Retrospective Portrayal of the GDR in the Film "Sonnenallee": Exploring
the Success of the Film despite the Conflicting Included Therein'
The organisers are grateful to the Department of German at the University of
Wales, Swansea, for its sponsorship of this event.
Further information and copies of the printed programme including full
registration details are available from the Institute of Germanic Studies
<[log in to unmask]>. Registrations, accompanied by the appropriate fee, should
reach the Institute by Friday, 31 October 2003.
A registration fee of £10.00 is applicable to all attendees including
FORMS OF PAYMENT
Payment should be made by STERLING cheque, drawn on a bank in the UK, and
payable to the 'University of London IGS'. We regret that we can no longer
To save costs, applications are not acknowledged. If you require a receipt,
please enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope with your registration.
Participants are asked to make their own accommodation arrangements. The
Institute can supply a list of guesthouses on receipt of a stamped
Please direct general enquiries to one of the organisers:
Barrie Baker <[log in to unmask]> (Reading),
Florence Cason <[log in to unmask]> (London),
Catherine Kernot <[log in to unmask]> (London),
Ernest Schonfield <[log in to unmask]> (London), or
Marielle Sutherland <[log in to unmask]> (London).
INSTITUTE OF GERMANIC STUDIES
University of London School of Advanced Study
29 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DP
Tel: +44 (0)20- 7862 8966 - Fax: +44 (0)20- 7862 8970
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