This volume, co-edited by Dr. Helen Finch (German) and Lynn L. Wolff, presents new ways of thinking about German literature "after the Holocaust"
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The second German Screen Studies Network (GSSN) symposium will take place at the University of Leeds. Starts at 1:00 am.
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Literature and the Holocaust, especially the works of W. G. Sebald and H. G. Adler; Holocaust translation; cultural trauma; issues of gender and queer identities in contemporary German literature
Recent graduate Natalie spent a term studying in Munich before undertaking an 11 month internship with a French publishing company for her year abroad.