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Anglistentag 2002 Bayreuth

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Ewald Mengel, Hans-Jörg Schmid, Michael Steppat (Eds.)

Anglistentag 2002 Bayreuth. Proceedings

ISBN 978-3-88476-607-1, ISBN 3-88476-607-4, 572 S., kt., € 69,50 (2003)

(Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English, Bd. 24)

Section I: American Poetry and Poetics Since 1945
Frank J. Kearful and Sabine Sielke (Bonn)
American Poetry and Poetics Since 1945: Introduction
Willard Spiegelmann (Dallas)
What Was Contemporary American Poetry?
Heinz Ickstadt (Berlin)
For Love and Language: The Poetry of Robert Creeley
Michel Delville (Liège)
From the Lyric Subject to the Embouchured Self: The Food Poetry of Robert Bly and Harryette Mullen
Frank J. Kearful (Bonn)
As Good as its Gets: Richard Wilbur and Anthony Hecht
Matthias Bauer (Saarbrücken)
Rose Ausländer's American Poetry
Astrid Franke (Frankfurt am Main)
Possibilites of Public Mourning in American Poetry of the 1960s
Gabriele Rippel (Bielefeld)
The Painterly Sylvia Plath: Towards a Poetics of Intermediality
Carmen Birkle (Mainz)
A "Bite of Bitter Chocolate in the Subway": Adrienne Rich's Poetry at the Turn of the Millennium

Section II: Anglistik Between 1945 and the 1960s: Continuities and New Beginnings
Hans-Werner Prahl (Kiel)
No Fresh Start in 1945: Difficult Beginnings and GreatContinuity
Annette Kern-Stähler (Düsseldorf) und Stephan Kohl (Würzburg)
University Control Officers, British Writers and an Enemy People: Education Policy in the British Zone
Renate Haas (Kiel)
in the "Land of Women" and Beyond
Manfred Uesseler (Berlin)
Sociolinguistics in the GDR
Petra Boden (Berlin)
Experimente mit Differenzen. Modelle interphilologischer Literaturwissenschaft in Ost und West
Robert Weimann (Irvine)
Towards a History of Twentieth-Century Anglistik. Cultural Studies and the Question of Aims and Methods

Section III: Diasporas
Martina Ghosh-Schellhorn (Saarbrücken)
"Diasporas" - Introduction
Farrukh Dhondy (London)
The Ideologies of Immigration
Beate Neumeier (Cologne)
Kindertransport: Memory, Identity and the British-Jewish Diaspora
Erhard Reckwitz (Essen)
Unsettled Settlers, or the Discourse of Land in South African Pastoral
Walter Göbel (Stuttgart)
Diaspora - America - Utopia: The Search for a Home in Bharati Mukheerjee's Novels
Kerstin Lubitz (Essen)
Leaving Diasporas Behind - A Chance of Re-entering the "Virgin Territory"?
Mark Stein (Potsdam)
Absenteeism and Behn's Oroonoko
Christian Mair (Freiburg)
Language, Code, and Symbol: The Changing Roles of Jamaican Creole in Diaspora Communities
Michael Meyer (Bamberg)
The Fictions of Diaspora and Caryl Phillip's Diasporic Fiction

Section IV: British Cinema
Charles Barr (Norwich)
Hitchock and Powell: Two Directions for British Cinema
Barbara Korte (Freiburg) and Claudia Sternberg (Tübingen)
A Cinematics of British Culture: Screening the First World War
Ina Habermann (Erlangen)
The Archers' Tale: Images of Britain in the Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
Joachim Frenk (Münster)
Great Expectations
:David Lean's Visualizations of Dickensian Spaces
Julika Griem (Stuttgart) and Eckart Voigts-Virchow (Giessen)
Trashing and Recycling: Regenrification in British Heritage Movies and Costume Films of the 1990s
Stefani Brusberg-Kiermeier (Berlin)
Recent Film Versions of Shakespeare's Hamlet
Peter Drexler (Potsdam) and Jürgen Enkemann (Berlin)
British Cinema in the 1980s and 1990s: Globalization vs. Regional Orientation (Some Preliminary Remarks on a Research Project)
Werner Huber (Chemnitz)
De/Mythologizing Ireland on the Screen

Section V: Context and Cognition
Hans-Jörg Schmid (Bayreuth)
Introduction: Context and Cognition - A Shared by the Cognitive Sciences
Dirk Geeraerts (Leuven)
Decontextualizing and Recontextualizing Tendencies in 20th-Century Linguistics and Literary Theory
Wolfram Bublitz (Augsburg)
Emotive Prosody: How Attitudinal Frames Help Construct Context
Richard W. Janney (Munich)
Co-Text, Contextualization, and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in the Internet
Andreas H. Jucker (Zurich) and Sara W. Smith (Long Beach)
Reference Assignment as a Communicative Task. Differences between Native Speakers, ESL- and EFL Speakers
Gerda Lauerbach (Frankfurt am Main)
Context, Contextualization, and Re-contextualization
Matthias L. G. Meyer (Kiel)
Key Passages from Lewis Carroll's Alice Books in Context
Hans-Jörg Schmid (Bayreuth)
An Outline of the Role of Context in Comprehension
Rainer Schulze (Hannover)
No Verb is an Island: On Verb Collocation, Verb Complementation and Construction Grammar

Section VI: Varia
Ulrike Gut (Bielefeld)
Nigerian English - A Typical West African Language?
Ilka Mindt (Würzburg)
Is I Think a Discourse Marker?
Burkhard Niderhoff (Bonn)
The Double Double Standard of Restoration Comedy
Cecile Sandten (Bremen)
Body Politics in Aphra Behn's Oroonko, or the Royal Slave
Hilary P. Dannenberg (Leipzig)
The Coincidence Plot in Narrative Fiction
Frank Meier (Regensburg/Frankfurt am Main)
Joyce Gone Wilde? Aestheticism in James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Helge Nowak (Regensburg)
Return to Normality? Fictional Response to the 'New South Africa'