Germanic Studies

Buddenbrooks Handbuch–NEW eREFERENCE

By Brian Vetruba on December 27, 2018

 Buddenbrooks-Handbuch / Nicole Mattern, Stefan Neuhaus (Hg.) Stuttgart : J.B. Metzler, 2018. SUMMARY: “Buddenbrooks. Verfall einer Familie” (1901) legte den Grundstein für Thomas Manns außergewöhnliche Karriere als Schriftsteller und Repräsentant der deutschen Literatur und Kultur we...

Nexus : essays in German Jewish studies. Volume 4–NEW eBOOK

By Brian Vetruba on December 4, 2018

Nexus : essays in German Jewish studies. Volume 4 / edited by William Collins Donahue (University of Notre Dame) and Martha B. Helfer (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey). Rochester, NY : Camden House, an imprint of Boydell and Brewer Inc., 2018. “Nexus is the official publication ...

Hans-Fallada-Handbuch–NEW eREFERENCE

By Brian Vetruba on December 4, 2018

 Hans-Fallada-Handbuch / herausgegeben von Gustav Frank und Stefan Scherer. Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2018]. SUMMARY: This handbook sheds light upon the complete works of Hans Fallada, who was a representative of synthetic modernity in literature, and reveals their connections to medial and ...

Journal Gegenwartsliteratur, vol. 17 (2018) AVAILABLE IN OLIN

By Brian Vetruba on November 20, 2018

Vol. 17 (2018) of Gegenwartsliteratur is now available (Call number: PT80 .G44, level B of Olin Library). This journal is edited by Prof. Paul Michael Lützeler and Thomas W. Kniesche. Other faculty members in WU’s Germanic Languages and Literatures Department have also been involved as editors an...

Annette von Droste-Hülshoff Handbuch–NEW eREFERENCE

By Brian Vetruba on November 5, 2018

Annette von Droste-Hülshoff Handbuch / herausgegeben von Cornelia Blasberg, Jochen Grywatsch. Boston : De Gruyter, 2018. SUMMARY: Annette von Droste-Hülshoff (1797–1848) is considered the most important female author writing in German in the 19th century. This manual is devoted to rediscovering h...

Final Humanities Research Hub Workshop Takes Place November 8

By Julie Hale on October 30, 2018

Students, you chose your own adventure! In a truly democratic process, your voice has been heard. The University Libraries are pleased to offer two topics for the final session in the Humanities Research Hub Workshop Series: Organizing Research & Writing and Conference Presentations & Net...