Friday, July 19, 2019

CfP: The Pasts and Futures of Queer German Studies

CfP The Pasts and Futures of Queer German Studies

University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Organizers: Dr. Kyle Frackman and Dr. Ervin Malakaj
Dates: April 24–26, 2020

This symposium seeks to build on this exciting and extensive archive of scholarship on queer German studies by bringing together researchers at different stages of their academic careers and from different institutions to share their current research. While dedicated to contemporary approaches to queer German studies, the symposium additionally aims to facilitate discussion about the disciplinary history of queer German studies. Which developments shaped contemporary queer German studies and what futures lie ahead of it? 

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

CFP Edited Volume: Transverse Disciplines

Transverse Disciplines: 

Working across and beyond Academic Communities

Edited by: Simone Pfleger (University of Alberta) and Carrie Smith (University of Alberta)

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Annual Report, 2018-2019

Essen Subway

WCGS has published its annual year in review, check it out here.

Monday, June 24, 2019

CFP: German Graduate Conference “Deviance – Am Rande seiner selbst”

Annual Graduate Conference
Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures

September 28-29, 2019, University of Toronto

“Das Gedicht heute behauptet sich am Rande seiner selbst; es ruft und holt sich, um bestehen zu können, unausgesetzt aus seinem Schon-nicht-mehr in sein Immer-noch zurück. Das Gedicht ist einsam. Es ist einsam und unterwegs. Das Gedicht will zu einem Andern, es braucht dieses Andere, es braucht ein Gegenüber. Es sucht es auf, es spricht sich ihm zu.”
Paul Celan

Monday, April 22, 2019

CfP Research Symposium "Warfare - Migration - Witch-hunt"

CFP

Research Symposium / Graduate Seminar (GERM 532)

Warfare – Migration – Witch-hunt: Queer Life Writings in/of Early Modern Europe

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

CfP: "Interface"

Interface Issue 10 - Poetry and Transculturality in Asia and Europe – Philosophical and Psychological aspects

Inter- and transcultural topics are abundant in various literatures (including but not limited to Russian, Chinese, Japanese, English and German), often developing surprisingly similar characteristics even in geographically distant locations, different genres or time periods. One particular factor fostering such developments is the transformation process of a particular literary motive from one culture to another, often by the use of translation. It becomes especially apparent when depicting borderline experience, or in a multilingual context.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Call for Papers: German Comics and Graphic Literature

Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies

This special issue of Seminar seeks to demonstrate the diverse themes of German comics studies with a particular interest in social justice and human rights issues.

Monday, February 11, 2019

WCGS Student Travel Grants and Piller Graduate Awards

The Waterloo Centre for German Studies is now accepting applications for the Stork Awards in German Studies, Marga I. Weigel German Study Abroad Award, and Piller Graduate Award.

Monday, January 14, 2019

WCGS Book Prize 2017 Winner

WCGS Book Prize 2017 Winner Logo

The winner of the inaugural WCGS Book Prize is Alice Weinreb of Loyola University for her book Modern Hungers: Food and Power in Twentieth-Century Germany, published by Oxford University Press.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Celebration of Russell Kilbourn's New Book

Poster for Russel Kilbourn's new book

CMTS Celebration of Russell Kilbourn's New Book W.G. Sebald's Postsecular Redemption: Catastrophe With Spectator January 15th, 2019

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