Anglistentag 2010 Saarbrücken

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Joachim Frenk, Lena Steveker (Eds.)

Anglistentag 2010 Saarbrücken. Proceedings

ISBN 978-3-86821-332-4, 490 S., kt., € 69,50 (2011)

(Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English, Bd. 32)

Joachim Frenk and Lena Steveker (Saarbrücken)


Forum: Anglistik und Mediengesellschaft

Eckart Voigts-Virchow und Nicola Glaubitz (Siegen)


Julia Griem (Darmstadt)

Überlegungen für eine Anglistik in der Mediengesellschaft: Verfahren, Praxen und Geltungsansprüche

Gudula Moritz (Mainz)

Anglistik und Mediengesellschaft

Nicola Glaubitz (Siegen)

Für eine Diskursivierung der Kultur

Regula Hohl Trillini (Basel)

Don't Worry, Be Trendy: Shakespeares Rezeption als ermutigender Modellfall

Eckart Voigts-Virchow (Siegen)

Performative Hermeneutik durch mediendiversifizierte Fankulturen – eine Skizze, oder: Wie ein etablierter literaturwissenschaftlicher Begriff das Verständnis gegenwärtiger Medienkulturen befruchten kann

Section I: Makkin Yer Voice Heard: Scotland after Devolution

Silvia Mergenthal (Konstanz) and Sigrid Rieuwerts (Mainz)

Makkin Yer Voice Heard: Scotland after Devolution: Introduction

Christoph Heyl (Bamberg / Frankfurt am Main)

Staging Scottishness: The Homecoming Scotland Initiative and Post-Devolution Perceptions of Scottish Culture, Literature and Identity

Valentina Bold (Glasgow)

The Promotion of Literature within Post-Devolution Scotland

Tobias Arens (Greifswald)

Late 20th- and Early 21st-Century Scottish Bestsellers and Scottishness

Kirsten Sandrock (Göttingen)

The Changing Geographies of Ian Rankin's Edinburgh: Crime and the City

Frauke Reitemeier (Göttingen)

The World According to McCall Smith, or: How Scottish is Scotland Street?

Elisabeth Winkler (Kiel)

Questions of (National) Identity and Belonging in Bashabi Fraser's Tartan and Turban

Dietmar Böhnke (Leipzig)

A Devolved Cinema? The 'New' Scottish Film since the 1990s Nadine

Christina Böhm (Erlangen)

Dislocated Voices and Identity under (Re-)Construction

Section II: Postcolonial Media Cultures

Lars Eckstein (Potsdam) and Lucia Krämer (Hannover)

Introduction: Postcolonial Media Cultures

Daya Kishan Thussu (London)

Media Studies for a "Post-American World"

Dirk Wiemann (Potsdam)

Achievers, Clones and Pirates: Indian Graphic Narrative

Mita Banerjee (Mainz)

"In the Name of God": Pakistani Film and the Global Discourse of Postcoloniality

Ellen Dengel-Janic (Tübingen)

Elizabeth I and Shakespeare as Postcolonial Media Icons

Rainer Emig (Hannover)

"This is my voice, my weapon of choice": Grace Jones's Hurricane (2008) as Global Commodity and Postcolonial Critique

Sarah Heinz (Mannheim)

Ireland Online: Diaspora, Virtual Communities and the Question of National Identity

Section III: Language, Literature and Culture in the 17th Century: New Perspectives on an Under-Rated Period

Claudia Claridge (Duisburg-Essen), Jens Martin Gurr (Duisburg-Essen), Dirk Vanderbeke (Jena)

Language, Literature and Culture in the 17th Century: Introduction

Sharon Achinstein (Oxford)

John Milton and Lyric Obligation

Isabel Karremann (München)

Medial Pluralization and Censorship in the Early Seventeenth Century: The Case of Thomas Middleton's A Game at Chess

Gaby Mahlberg (Potsdam)

Author-Politicians and Political Authors: The Example of Henry Neville (1619-94)

Gerd Bayer (Erlangen)

Character Speech, Narration, and Individual Identity in Early Modern Prose

Susanne Schmid (Berlin)

Cider, Masculinity, and the Nation: Drink in Seventeenth-Century Britain

Tobias Kohnen (Köln)

Religious Language in 17th-Century England: Progressive or Archaic?

Section IV: Patterns of Mobility

Ingo Berensmeyer (Gießen) and Christoph Ehland (Paderborn)

"Patterns of Mobility": Introduction

Birgit Neumann (Passau)

Imperial Fate? Patterns of Global Mobility in Early Modern English Literature

Julia Straub (Bern)

Transatlantic Mobility and British-American Periodical Literature of the Eighteenth Century

Pascal Fischer (Würzburg)

Mobility as a Threat in Late Eighteenth-Century Anti-Jacobin Writing

Philipp Erchinger (Exeter)

Being Moved: G.H. Lewes's Studies in Life

Sven Strasen, Timo Lothmann and Peter Wenzel (Aachen)

On the Metaphorical Conceptualisation of Mobility Technologies in Poetry

Michaela Schrage-Früh (Mainz)

"Land of the Luas": Dublin's 'Fast City' in Recent Irish Writing

Anna Beck (Gießen)

Subjectivity, Space, Mobility and Movement in Contemporary London Novels

Section V: New Trends in Pragmatics

Klaus P. Schneider (Bonn) and Anne Barron (Lüneburg)

New Trends in Pragmatics: An Overview

Istvan Kecskes (New York)

A Socio-Cognitive Approach to Pragmatics

Andreas H. Jucker (Zürich)

Historical Speech Act Analysis: Greetings and Farewells

Anne Barron (Lüneburg)

Variation Revisited: A Corpus Analysis of Offers in Irish English and British English

Eric A. Anchimbe (Bayreuth)

"Take a beer" – "Thanks. Sorry, I prefer another day": A Postcolonial Pragmatic Perspective on Offers and Offer Refusals

Wolfram Bublitz and Christian Hoffmann (Augsburg)

"Three men using our toilet all day without flushing – This may be one of the worst sentences I've ever read": Quoting in CMC

Bernhard Kettemann and Georg Marko (Graz)

A Critical Analysis of American Christian Fundamentalist Discourse

Anita Fetzer (Würzburg)

"So let us say here today confidently that for Britain the best is yet to come": Strategic Use of Deixis in Discourse

Markus Egg (Berlin)

The Complexity of Discourse Structure: Theoretical and Practical Considerations