New Books (Germanic Studies), September 2015

A selected list of new books relevant to Germanistik/German Studies listed by call number.

For Comparative Literature/Literature (General) and Translation Studies titles or books on European Literature in general, see Library News for Comparative Literature: New Print .

Click on links for call numbers and availability. If you’re having trouble find a book, please ask at the Olin Help Desk or contact Brian.

HISTORY OF GERMAN LITERATURE BY PERIOD OR GENRE (call number range PT1 to PT937)

Germanwomen2    Romavoices    Nonconformist2    Germannarratives2    Gewissheit2

GENERAL COLLECTIONS OF GERMAN LITERATURE; INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS OR WORKS–MEDIEVAL TO CA. 1860/70 (call number range PT1100 to PT2599)

  Verehrt2    Georg2    Goethenationalmuseum    Schimmelreiter2    Varnhagen2

INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS OR WORKS–1860/70 TO 1960 CENTURY(call number range PT2600 to PT2659)

Stimmen2    Bertoltbrecht2    Minetti2    Weltundich    Berlinreise

INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS OR WORKS– 1960 TO 21ST CENTURY (call number range PT2660 to PT2728)

Weisserfrieden   Jakobvoss   Horch    Tapeten

EAST GERMAN, AUSTRIAN, SWISS GERMAN, REGIONAL ANTHOLOGIES AND CRITICISM, DUTCH, AND SCANDINAVIAN LITERATURE (call number range PT3700 to PT9999)

Dingen     Austria2    Kulturen

LANGUAGE, GENERAL LITERATURE, COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, THEATER, FILM, ROMANCE LITERATURES, ENGLISH LITERATURE,  (call number range P-PR)

Earlymodern2   Holocaustfiction2    Anglogerman2      Narrative4   Stauffenburg3

PHILOSOPHY, HISTORY, MUSIC, ART, AND OTHER HUMANITIES TITLES

Arendt3   Exile3   Stasihell   Kunste3  Voiceofpeople3

About the author

Brian Vetruba is Germanic Languages and Literatures, Comparative Literature, and European Studies Librarian at Washington University in St. Louis