Anglistentag 2012 Potsdam

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Katrin Röder, Ilse Wischer (Eds.)

Anglistentag 2012 Potsdam. Proceedings

ISBN 978-3-86821-488-8, 420 S., kt., € 59,50 (2013)

(Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English, Bd. 34)

Katrin Röder and Ilse Wischer (Potsdam)


Section I: Recent Ireland: Visions and Revisions of Irishness from the 1990s to Today

Sarah Heinz (Mannheim), Anton Kirchhofer (Oldenburg), Katharina Rennhak (Wuppertal) and Michaela Schrage-Früh (Mainz/Limerick)

Recent Ireland: Visions and Revisions of Irishness from the 1990s to Today: Introduction

Christopher Morash (Maynooth)

Spectral Ireland: After the Celtic Tiger

Jochen Achilles (Würzburg)

Transnational Ireland and Elizabeth Kuti's Drama

Silke Stroh (Münster)

Revisioning Irish Postcolonialism: The Scottish Connection

Joanna Rostek (Passau)

Migration, Capital, Space: Econotopic Constellations in Recent Literature about Polish Migrants in Ireland

Joachim Fischer (Limerick)

Images of Germany in Irish Writing of the Last Ten Years (2002-2012)

Werner Huber (Wien)

The Brothers McDonagh, Filmmakers

Christian Lassen (Oldenburg)

The Passion of Saint Kitten, or: Desperately Seeking Mitzi, the Phantom Lady. Camp Responses to Interpellation and Subjection in Neil Jordan's Breakfast on Pluto

Section II: Recent Trends in Romantic Studies

Stefanie Fricke (LMU München), Rosa Karl (Erlangen-Nürnberg) and Gerold Sedlmayr (Dortmund)

Recent Trends in Romantic Studies: Introduction

Christoph Reinfandt (Tübingen)

The Textures of Romanticism: Exploring Charlotte Smith's "Beachy Head" (1807)

Ralf Haekel (Göttingen)

Romantic Textualities

Anthony John Harding (Saskatchewan)

British Romanticism and the Transvaluation of Reading

Christa Knellwolf King (Vienna)

Imperial Myth-making in the Wake of Captain Cook's Death

Monika Class (King's College London)

Medical Case Narratives across Disciplinary and National Boundaries around 1800

Ute Berns (Hamburg)

Romantic Poetry, Scientific Discourse and the Aesthetics of Nature

Section III: Apocalypse and Literature

Sibylle Baumbach (Mainz) and Anja Müller-Wood (Mainz)

Apocalypse and Literature: Introduction

Susanne Schmid (Berlin)

Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials and Resistance to the Apocalypse

Björn Quiring (Berlin)

Judging the New Bloomusalem: Persistent Apocalyptic Remnants in Joyce's Ulysses

Heike Hartung (Potsdam)

Apocalypse and Old Age: Imminent Ends and Lacking Futures

Apocalypse and Literature: Summaries

Section IV: Comics and Graphic Novels

Dirk Vanderbeke (Jena), Sebastian Domsch (Greifswald) and Astrid Böger (Hamburg)

Comics and Graphic Novels: Introduction

Martin Rowson (London)

Towards a Theory of Literary Adaptation in Comic Book Format: A Graphic Response

Nicola Glaubitz (Darmstadt)

Vernacular Modernism: Martin Rowson's The Waste Land

Ellen Grünkemeier (Hannover)

Locating The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in Victorian Literature and (Popular) Culture

Sandra Heinen (Wuppertal)

'Indigenizing the Comic Book Medium': Techniques of Storytelling in Indian Graphic Novels

Felicitas Meifert-Menhard (München)

Evading the Sequence: Choose Your Own Comic

Therese-Marie Meyer (Halle-Wittenberg)

"My Country, My England": Warren Ellis's Graphic Novels and England at War

Sandra Martina Schwab (Mainz)

Richard Doyle's Sequential Art in Punch

Section V: Electronic Discourse

Markus Bieswanger (Bayreuth) and Andrea Sand (Trier)

Electronic Discourse: Introduction

Klaus P. Schneider (Bonn)

Emerging E-mail Etiquette: Lay Perceptions of Appropriateness in Electronic Discourse

Christian R. Hoffmann (Augsburg)

E(-lectronic) Schmoozing? A Cross-Generic Study of Compliments in Blog Comments

Jenny Arendholz (Augsburg)

"How to stop strange people speaking to me" – A Syntactic and Interpersonal Perspective on Offering Advice Online

Tanja Angelovska and Angela Hahn (München)

Features of Spoken L3 English in an Online Discourse

Dagmar Deuber (Münster) and Andrea Sand (Trier)

Computer-Mediated Communication in Singapore: Spoken Language Features in Weblogs and a Discussion Forum

Christian Mair (Freiburg) Corpus Approaches to the Vernacular Web: Post-Colonial Diasporic Forums in West Africa and the Caribbean