Thursday, 28 December
345. Visualizing Space and Place in German Literature II: Urban Topographies
7:15–8:30 p.m., Congress A, Loews
Program arranged by the Division on Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century German Literature
Presiding: Paul Michael Lützeler, Washington Univ.
1. “Enclosed Cities: Fictional Panopticon and Autobiographical Panorama,” Charitini Douvaldzi, Stanford Univ.
2. “Adolf Loos, Robert Musil, and the Possibility of Modern Architecture,” Heidi Rauscher Tilghman, Univ. of Washington, Seattle
3. “Abstract-scapes: Early-Twentieth-Century Visions of Urban Commotion,” Maya Barzilai, Univ. of California, Berkeley
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