WiP: Works in Progress
The Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies will hold its "Works in Progress" forum this academic year at Duke University's John Hope Franklin Center.
Sep 18, 2013
from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM
|Where||Bay 4 ("The Garage") in the Smith Warehouses, 2204 Erwin Road in Durham|
|Contact Name||Dr. Gabriel Trop|
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The tenth-annual Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studie's "Works in Progress" Forum will meet on six Wednesdays this year at Duke University's John Hope Franklin Center located in the Smith Warehouses at 2204 Erwin Road in Durham (Bay 4, “The Garage”). On-site parking is available.
Fall 2013 Schedule:
September 18: Ann Marie Rasmussen, "Corporate Identities: Medieval Badges and Masculinity."
October 30: Rory Bradley, "Eberhard's 'Weisse Frau' and Schiller's Geisterseher: The Enlightenment's Repurposing of Ghosts."
December 4: Erik Grell, "'Grauenhaft süße Empfindung': Censorship, Allegory and the Politics of Feeling in Heine’s Florentinische Nächte (1837)."
Spring 2014 Schedule:
January 22: Eric Downing, “Future Studies."
February 26: Ruth von Bernuth, "Wieland in Schildburg: Early Modern Fool's Literature in the Enlightenment."
April 2: Priscilla Layne, "Between Mimicry and Play: The Limits of Humanism in Nurkan Erpulat’s Verrücktes Blut."