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Women in German Yearbook
Feminist and Gender Studies in German Literature & Culture
Edited by Waltraud Maierhofer and Carrie Smith-Prei

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Women in German Yearbook is a refereed publication presenting a wide range of feminist approaches to all aspects of German literature, culture, and language, including pedagogy. Reflecting the interdisciplinary perspectives that inform feminist German studies, each issue contains critical inquiries employing gender and other analytical categories to examine the work, history, life, literature, and arts of the German-speaking world.

Volume 32 includes a special section on race in German Studies. Parallel to this special section, a few pieces that are very different format than a standard article were published exclusively on the  website. These include an interview (with an MP3 link), a book review essay, and a personal essay. You may find them here: http://womeningerman.org/?q=node/251

Volume 32 (2016)

Contents

Acknowledgments

Solidarity Statement

Editors’ Introduction

“I Drink Love to Get Strong”: Bettina Brentano von Arnim’s Romantic Philosophy and Dialogue in Die Günderode
Renata Fuchs

Writing Resistance: Anonyma’s Narration of Rape in A Woman in Berlin
Anja Wieden

From Student Riots to Feminist Firebombs: Debates about “Counterviolence” in the West German Student Movement and Women’s Movement
Katharina Karcher

What Is Malina? Decoding Ingeborg Bachmann’s Poetics of Secrecy
Alexandra Kurmann

Unleashing the Rhetorical Power of the Image: An Introduction to Gabriele Petricek’s Writings and an Interview
Margarete Lamb-Faffelberger

Special Section: Intersectional Inclusivity: Race and Ethnicity in Feminist German Studies
Fragile Whiteness: Women and Girls in German Colonial Fiction, 1900–1913
Maureen O. Gallagher

Rearticulating Black Feminist Thought in Heimat, bittersüße Heimat
Jamele Watkins

Troubling Sameness
Bradley Boovy

Refugee Assemblages, Cycles of Violence, and Body Politic(s) in Times of “Celebratory Fear”
Vanessa D. Plumly

Whiteness, WiG, and Talking about Race
Beverly Weber

Notice to Contributors

Volume 32 includes a special section on race in German Studies. Parallel to this special section, a few pieces that are very different format than a standard article were published exclusively on the  website. These include an interview (with an MP3 link), a book review essay, and a personal essay. You may find them here: http://womeningerman.org/?q=node/251