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187. Wenn der Toni und die Vroni: Heimat as a Gendered Space

Sunday, 4 January, 8:30–9:45 a.m., 203, Hynes

Program arranged by Women in German

Presiding: Imke Brust, Haverford Coll.; Yvonne Franke, Univ. of Pittsburgh

1. "'I Carry Silent Baggage': Heimat, Shame, and Gender Conformity in Herta Müller's The Hunger Ange," Michel Mallet, McGill Univ.

2. "Heimat and the Art of Disillusionment: Women in Christoph Hein's Novels," Axel Hildebrandt, Moravian Coll.

3. "Domestic Disputes: Envisioning the Gender of Home in the Era of Reprivatization in Eastern Germany," Necia N. Chronister, Kansas State Univ.


Subjects:

  • German Literature – General

  • German Literature – Twentieth Century

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