Edited by Christoph Bode, Sebastian Domsch, Hans Sauer:
Anglistentag 2003 in München


Section I: The Semantics-Pragmatics Interface

Dieter Kastovsky (Vienna) and Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky (Poznan/Vienna)

Ken Turner (Brighton)

The Future of the Semantics/Pragmatics Interface(s)

Hans-Jürgen Diller (Bochum)
Pragmatic Aspects of the Psychological Experiment

Thomas Honegger (Jena)
Nominal Forms of Address in Middle English: Pet Names and Terms of
Endearment between Lovers

Inge B. Milfull (Eichstätt)
Advice: Performative Expressions in Middle Scots

Ilse Wischer (Potsdam)
Old English Prefixed Verbs and the Question of Aspect and Aktionsart

Markus Egg (Leipzig)
Metonymy at the Semantics-Pragmatics Interface

Paul Georg Meyer and Elma Kerz (Aachen)
Towards a Conception of Lexical Pragmatics

Friedrich Lenz (Passau/Hildesheim)
Deixis at the Interface of Pragmatics, Semantics and Cognition

Section II: Fachgeschichte 1970-2000 (will be published separately)

Section III: Text and Image: Intermedial Relationships

Renate Brosch (Potsdam) and Gabriele Rippl (Göttingen)
Word and Image: Intermedial Relationships

Mario Klarer (Innsbruck)

Sexing Word and Image: Gendered Deep Structures in Theoretical
Discourses on Ekphrasis

Peter Wagner (Koblenz-Landau)
Gendering Science: Joseph Wright of Derby's An Experiment on
a Bird in the Air Pump

Franz Meier (Munich)

Painting and Photography: Two Paradigms in 20th Century Poetry

Tobias Döring (Berlin)
Double Exposure: Uses of Photography in Ted Hughes's Birthday Letters

Virginia Richter (Munich)
Wild and Gorgeous: Images of Africans in 19th and 20th Century
Travelogues and Discovery Narratives

Cecile Sandten (Bremen)
Kindred Sisters: Sujata Bhatt's Poetic Adaptations of Paula
Modersohn-Becker's Self-Portraits

Beatrix Hesse (Bamberg)
Painting and Writing in Michael Frayn's Headlong

Section IV: The Migration of Literary Genres

Klaus Stierstorfer (Düsseldorf)
The Migration of Literary Genres: Introduction

Silvia Mergenthal (Konstanz)
Translating the Historical Novel: The Scott Formula in 19th
Century German Literature

Christiane Schlote (Berlin)
From Bleak House to Leighton House: Reading Hanān al-Shaykh's
Only in London as New Urban Fiction

Dirk Vanderbeke (Greifswald)
Cross the Border – Keep the Gap: Science Fiction on the Move

Helge Nowak (Regensburg)

Outward and Return: Migration of Poetic Genres between Europe
and the Caribbean

Klaudia Seibel (Giessen)
Generic Hybridisation: Transcending the Boundaries of Race, Class,
and Gender

Doris Teske (Berlin)
Re-forming Genre in Her Image: bell hooks' Yearning (1990) and
the Diversity of Autobiographical Writing

Section V: Literature and Memory

Ansgar Nünning (Giessen)
Where Literature and Cultural Memories Meet: Five Concepts of Memory
in Literary Studies

Herbert Grabes (Giessen)

Literature, Collective Memory, and National Identity

Aleida Assmann (Konstanz)

Six Forms of Memory in Shakespeare's Hamlet

Astrid Erll (Giessen)
Reading Literature as Collective Texts: German and English War Novels
of the 1920s as Media of Cultural and Communicative Memory

Monika Gomille (Düsseldorf)
Landscapes of Memory – Memories of Displacement

Christoph Henke (Augsburg)

Memory, Ritual, Literature: Commemorative Rituals in the Fiction
of Julian Barnes and Graham Swift

Richard Humphrey (Zittau/Görlitz)
The Caravan Crossing the Desert: The Family Chronicle as Family
Re-Memberer in Modernism and Post-Modernism

Eva Müller-Zettelmann (Vienna)
Genres as a Repository of Cultural Memory: Familiarising Poetry and
the Canonisation of Englishness

Philipp Wolf (Rödermark/Giessen)

Memory and Ekphrasis in Early Modern, Modern and Postmodern
English and American Literature

Section VI: Varia

Ute Kauer (Marburg)
Cultural Memory and National Identity in J.M. Coetzee's Disgrace and
Günter Grass's Im Krebsgang

Christoph Ehland (Würzburg)

Literary Commodities: Writer's Museums and the Tourist's Imagination

Jürgen Meyer (Halle-Wittenberg)

Continuous Mimetics: Concepts of Fictionality in Thomas More's Utopia

Brigitte Glaser (Eichstätt)
Arts, Sciences, and Private Life: Ian McEwan's Reconfiguration of
the Gap between the 'Two Cultures'

Stephanie Hackert (Regensburg)

I did know: Past Marking in Urban Bahamian Creole

Gabriele Knappe (Bamberg)

Greyhounds Are Not Grey: On Folk-etymological Change and Its Role
in the History of English

Martina Häcker (Konstanz)

The Relationship Between [h]-Insertion and [h]-Omission Revisited

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