WIGS-Durham-programme - Women in German Studies

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WIGS-Durham-programme - Women in German Studies
WIGS 2015
6–7 November
Durham University
Van Mildert College
Friday 6 November
14:00-14:30
Coffee/Registration
14:30-17:00 Postgraduate Workshop
Working with Visual Culture and Displaying Visual Culture
17:00-17:30
17:45
Tea
Welcome
18:00
Prizegiving: Postgraduate Essay Prize &
First Book Proposal Prize
19:00
19:30
Pre-dinner Drinks
Dinner (Fusion Restaurant, Durham Business School)
Saturday 7 November
9:30-10:30
Panel 1 – Life Writing: Texts and Contexts
Marie Isabel Matthews-Schlinzig (Durham): Who is Writing Children’s Letters? – A Visit to
the Herder Family Archive (1788/89)
Lauren Selfe (Nottingham): Muslim Women's Life Writing in Contemporary Germany
10:30-11:00
11:00-12:00
Coffee
Parallel Panels (2/3)
Panel 2 – Weimar: Identity, Creativity, Performance (1)
Cyd Sturgess (Sheffield): Fashioning Femininity in the Lesbian Periodicals
Die Freundin and Frauenliebe
Elinor Beaven (Cambridge): ‘Aus dem Mysterium der Mutterschaft’: Motherhood and
Motherliness in the Work of Elsa Haensgen-Dingkuhn (1923-33)
Panel 3 – Memory
Elise Bath (Newcastle): Empathy in Holocaust Museums: Photographs and Personalisation
Iga Nowicz (King's College London): Voice and Subjectivity in Wie der Soldat das Grammofon
repariert by Saša Stanišic and Kirschholz und alte Gefühle by Marica Bodrožic
12:00-13:00
13:00-14:00
14:00-15:00
Lunch
AGM
Parallel Panels (4/5)
Panel 4 – Weimar: Identity, Creativity, Performance (2)
Judith Wiemers (Queen’s University, Belfast): ‘Berliner Luft’: Notions of Gesamtkunstwerk
in late 1920s Musical Spectacle and Film
Laura Chapot (Edinburgh): ‘Die Dekadenz ist da’: A Discourse Analysis of Decadence in
Critical Discourses in Germany and Scandinavia post-1920s
Panel 5 – Post-War Cultures
Emily Oliver (King's College London): "Heaven help the Yankees if they capture you":
Women Reading Gone with the Wind in Occupied Germany
Olivia Tait (University College London): Demythologising the Artist-Hero: polke / richter
richter/ polke (1966)
15:00-15:30
Tea
15.30-16.30 Panel 6 – Contemporary Film
Claudia Gremler (Aston): Körper in Transit: Migration im deutschen Gegenwartsfilm
Sophie Burt (Oxford): Agency and the Endings of Christian Petzold’s ‘Ghost Trilogy’ Films
16:30-17:00
Concluding Discussion

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