Edited by Dieter Kastovsky, Gunther Kaltenböck, Susanne Reichl:
Anglistentag 2001 in Wien


Section I: New Approaches to Dialectology

Section II: English Literatures and Indigenous Cultures

Section III: Research Paradigms and Institutional Policy in English Studies
(Anglistik) during the 'Third Reich'

Section IV: Englishness

Section V: Varia

Aus dem Inhalt:

G. Rohdenburg: Grammatical Parallels between English and Low German Dialects and their Typological Implications - A.-R. Glaap: Djanet Sears - D. Sears: The Weeds of Internalized Colonialism: The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of Her Own Stories - H. Zander: The Western Novel Tradition and the Black South African Writer - F.-R. Hausmann: Anglistik im „Dritten Reich“ zwischen Philologie und Kulturwissenschaft - C. Bode: Anglia 1933-45 - A.-C. Giovanopoulos: Aspects of Gleichschaltung: Doctoral Dissertations and Habilitationsschriften in English Studies 1930-1945 - W. Huber: „Because it’s two World Wars and one World Cup ...“: Soccer as a Cultural Metaphor - H. Klein: J.B. Priestley as Exponent and Expositor of Englishness - S. Scholz: The Rites of Gentlemen: Englishness, Masculinity, and the Grand Tour - M. Seidl: Englishness in the Postmodern Condition: The Hugh Grant Case - S. Fielitz: „The sight of holy priests in vestments bleeding“: A possible Jesuit influence on Shakespeare’s Timon of Athens

ISBN 3-88476-551-5, 454 S., kt., € 60,00 (2002)

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