Friday, 6 January, 12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., Willow B, Sheraton
Program arranged by Women in German
Presiding: Ekaterina Pirozhenko, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago; Regine Schwarzmeier, Belmont Univ.
1. "Patterns of Identity and Integration and Their Relation to Literary Form in Young German-Russian Women's Literature (Alina Bronsky, Lena Gorelik, Eleonora Hummel, Julya Rabinowich),"
2. "Redefining the Borders or Squeezing into the Existing Frame? Russian-Jewish and Russian-German Women Writers Try to Define Themselves in the Contemporary German Society,"
Univ. of Toronto
3. "'Plötzlich hatte ich alles': Soviet Past and Shifting Femininity in Alina Bronsky's Die schärfsten Gerichte der tatarischen Küche,"
Univ. of California, Davis
4. "Incorporations: Topographies of Weakness in Julya Rabinowich's Novels,"
Univ. of Alberta
German Literature – General
German Literature – Twentieth and Twenty-First Century
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