Anglistentag 2006 Halle

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Sabine Volk-Birke, Julia Lippert (Eds.)

Anglistentag 2006 Halle. Proceedings

ISBN 978-3-88476-976-8, 504 S., kt., € 69,00 (2007)

(Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English, Bd. 28)

Sabine Volk-Birke and Julia Lippert (Halle-Wittenberg)


Section I: The Long Eighteenth Century

Therese Fischer-Seidel (Düsseldorf)

The Long Eighteenth Century: Introduction

Howard D. Weinbrot (Wisconsin, Madison)

"Root Out This Cursed Race": Defoe's Shortest Way With the Dissenters and his Longer Way With Himself

Burkhard Niederhoff (Bochum)

From Honest, Downright Barbarity to the Art of Being Natural: Primitivism in Restoration Comedy

Sabine Baltes (Chemnitz)

'Creators of Mirth and Whim': Popular Irish Dramatists on the Eighteenth-Century English Stage

Laurenz Volkmann (Jena)

Back with a Vengeance: The Return of Bernard Mandeville

Christian Huck (London)

Calico Bill and the Calico Madams: Fashion, Print, and the Public

Ingrid-Charlotte Wolter (Düsseldorf)

Education to Individuality - Individual Educationalists: Mary Wollstonecraft and Christian Gotthilf Salzmann

Michael Szczekalla (Greifswald)

Pleading for the Autonomy of Ethics - A Fresh Look at Free-thinking in the Essays and Dialogues of Shaftesbury and Hume

Section II: Creative Writing

Ian Watson (Bremen) and Frank J. Kearful (Bonn)

Creative Writing: Past, Present, Future

Andrew Motion (London)

Where Do all the Creative Writing Graduates Go?

Rob Pope (Oxford)

Critical Reading into Creative Re-writing: Textual Intervention in English Studies Now

Glenn Patterson (Belfast)

Can Writers Teach Writing?

Susanne Bach (Kassel)

"Punk-Tuition" for "Harry Krishner" - Creative Writing in Literature

Barbara Glindemann (Hamburg)

Self-Directed and Imaginative Learning in School Projects: A Constructivist Didactics of Creative Writing

Section III: Politics and Literature

Jana Gohrisch (Hanover) and Merle Tönnies (Paderborn)


Andrew James Johnston (Berlin)

Literary Politics in Debate: Chaucer's Parliament of Fowls and Clanvowe's Book of Cupid

Annette Pankratz (Bochum)

Body Power: Sexual Politics in Late 17th Century Poetry

Dirk Wiemann (Tübingen)

Bodies in Collision: Hobbes, Milton and the Body Politic

Susanne Scholz (Frankfurt)

The Politics of Degeneration in Late Victorian Literature

Jens Martin Gurr (Duisburg-Essen)

The 'Native' Cites Back: Postcolonial Theory and the Politics of Jim Jarmusch's Western Dead Man

Aleks Sierz (London)

"Political What-Do-Ya-Call-It": British Drama and Its Politics

Section IV: Postcolonial Aesthetics

Elleke Boehmer (London)

A Postcolonial Aesthetic: Aspiration or Anxiety?

Tobias Döring and Cordula Lemke (Munich)

The Postcolonial Sublime: Ossian's Scotland

Monika Fludernik (Freiburg)

Is There a Postcolonial Sublime?

Günter Leypoldt and Lars Eckstein (Tübingen)

T.S. Eliot and the Transcultural Sublime

Virginia Richter (Munich)

The Nowhere Man: Strangeness as Aesthetic Means in the Work of V.S. Naipaul

Susanne Reichl (Vienna)

Reading Aesthetics as Politics in Postcolonial Literatures

Sissy Helff (Frankfurt)

Signs Taken For Truth: Orchestrating Transcultural Aesthetics through Transcultural Unreliable Narration

Sigrun Meinig (Dresden)

Connecting Difference and Sameness: Empathy, Equality and Post-Colonial Literatures

Section V: Standards and Norms

Friederike Klippel (Munich) and Joybrato Mukherjee (Giessen)

Standards and Norms in Language Description and Language Teaching: An Introduction

Barbara Seidlhofer (Vienna)

English as a Lingua Franca and Communities of Practice

Claus Gnutzmann (Brunswick)

Teaching and Learning English in a Global Context: Applied-Linguistic and Pedagogical Perspectives

Christiane Meierkord (Münster)

Standards and Norms in Interactions Across Second Language Englishes: The Case of South Africa

Christian Mair (Freiburg) and Sandra Mollin (Heidelberg)

Getting at the Standards Behind the Standard Ideology: What Corpora Can Tell Us About Linguistic Norms

Ute Römer (Hanover)

Learner Language and the Norms in Native Corpora and EFL Teaching Materials: A Case Study of English Conditionals

Joybrato Mukherjee (Giessen)

Exploring and Annotating a Spoken English Learner Corpus: A Work-in-Progress Report

Matthias Hutz (Freiburg)

Standards and Norms in Academic Writing: A Cross-linguistic Comparison

Christiane Bongartz (Cologne)

Studying Classroom Language: Curricular Planning and Proficiency Assessment in Young Foreign Language Learners

Section VI: Varia

Anne Schröder (Halle)

Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to Productivity: Evidence from English Verbal Morphology

Susanne Mühleisen (Bayreuth)

Of Lessees, Retirees and Beseechees: a Corpus-based Analysis of the Productivity of a Heterogeneous Word-formation Pattern in English

Dagmar Barth-Weingarten (Potsdam)

Prosody, Construction Grammar and Language Change

Marco Schilk (Giessen)

Using WWW-derived Corpora in Research into Second-language Varieties of English: Focus on Verb Complementation in Indian English

Patricia Plummer (Mainz)

Insatiable Desires: (Sub)Versions of Gender in William Beckford's Vathek and Frances Sheridan's The History of Nourjahad

Christian Schmitt-Kilb (Rostock)

Longing for Origins in Postmodern Times: Absent Parents in Kazuo Ishiguro's When We Were Orphans (2000) and Never Let Me Go (2005)

Dietmar Böhnke (Leipzig)

Brave New Scotland? National Identity and Contemporary Scottish Fiction