Post Tagged with: "contemporary German literature"

  • Roman Ehrlich

    Roman Ehrlich

    The critically acclaimed writer Roman Ehrlich is certainly one of the most unconventional and interesting voices among young contemporary writers in Germany and Authors & the World is happy to welcome him […]

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  • Pacing out a Polyglot Poetics

    Pacing out a Polyglot Poetics

    To what extent is reading a book like walking into a museum? In this conversation, held in early 2017 at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Rebecca Braun and Ulrike […]

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  • Ulrike Draesner

    Ulrike Draesner

    German author Ulrike Draesner returned to Lancaster University from 17th–20th February as Writer-in-Residence, whilst teaching students on the topic of Translation as a Cultural Practice. Ulrike Draesner has won multiple awards across […]

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  • Thesis of the Month: The Currency of Translation

    Thesis of the Month: The Currency of Translation

    Sally-Ann Spencer reflects on the evolution of her PhD thesis and finds its end at the beginning as she follows an author across languages.   (Thesis Title: Books Across Borders: […]

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  • Performing the ‘quing’ of Berlin

    Performing the ‘quing’ of Berlin

    This paper by Emily Spiers employs the figure of the “interface” to explore the work of German feminist rapper and spoken-word performer Sookee (Nora Hantzsch), who constitutes an ideal case-study for examining […]

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