Book chapters and journal articles

Book chapters and journal articles

‘Ulrike Draeser, Mitgift: On Bodies and Beauty’, in Marven and Taberner,Emerging German-Language Novelists of the Twenty-First Century (as above, forthcoming).

‘Herta Müller, Herztier’, in Stuart Taberner, ed., The German Language Novel since 1990 (CUP, forthcoming 2011).

‘Divided City, Divided Heaven? Berlin Border Crossings in Post-Wende Fiction’, inBerlin: Divided City 1949-1989, ed. Sabine Hake and Philip Broadbent (New York: Berghahn, 2010), 184-193.

‘Berlin ist bekannt für die Mauer […] die es aber nicht mehr gibt’, Oxford German Studies, 38/3 (2009), ), 299-309.

‘Crossing Borders: Migration, Gender, and Language in Novels by Yadé Kara, Jeannette Lander and Terézia Mora’, Gegenwartsliteratur, 8 (2009), 148-169.

‘“Kanacke her, Almanci hin. […] Ich war ein Kreuzberger”: Berlin in Contemporary Turkish-German literature’, Edinburgh German Yearbook, 1 (2007), 191-207.

‘“Die Landschaft ihrer Gedanken”: autobiography and intertextuality in Irina Liebmann’s Berlin texts’, in New German Literature: Life-Writing and Dialogues with the Arts, ed. Julian Preece, Frank Finlay and Ruth J. Owen (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2007), pp. 267-281.

‘“So fremd war das Gebilde”: The interaction between visual and verbal in Herta Müller’s collages’, in New German Literature: Life-Writing and Dialogues with the Arts, ed. Julian Preece, Frank Finlay and Ruth J. Owen (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2007), pp. 123-141.

‘“Souvenirs de Berlin-Est”: History, Photos and Form in Texts by Daniela Dahn, Irina Liebmann and Sophie Calle’, Seminar, 43/3 (2007), 220-233.

‘The Trobadora’s Legacy: Two Generations of GDR Women Writers’, in Women’s Writing in Western Europe: Gender, Generation and Legacy, ed. Julia Waters and Adalgisa Giorgio (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007), pp. 54-68.

‘Writing by Women’, in Stuart Taberner, ed., Contemporary German Fiction: Writing in the Berlin Republic (Cambridge: CUP, 2007), pp. 159-176.

‘“Nur manchmal mußten sie laut und unverhofft lachen”: Kerstin Hensel’s use of Märchen’, in Pushing at Boundaries: Approaches to Contemporary German Women Writers from Karen Duve to Jenny Erpenbeck, ed. Heike Bartel and Elizabeth Boa (Amsterdam, New York: Ropodi, 2006) (German Monitor, 64), pp. 135–49.

‘“In allem ist der Riß”: Trauma, fragmentation and the body in Herta Müller’s prose and collages’, Modern Language Review, 100/2 (April 2005), 396–411.

‘Falling Down: Images of Trauma in Libuše Moníková’s Der Taumel’, in Libuše Moníková: In Memoriam, ed. Haines and Marven (as above), pp. 93–111.

‘“Wie ein Festmahl nach langer Hungerszeit”: Don Juan and desire in [Kerstin Hensel’s] “Herr Johannes”’, in Kerstin Hensel, ed. Birgit Dahlke and Beth Linklater (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2002), pp. 35–50.

‘Women in Wheelchairs: Space, Performance and Hysteria in Libuše Moníková’s Pavane für eine verstorbene Infantin and Ines Eck’s Steppenwolfidyllen’, German Life and Letters, 53/4 (2000), 511–528.


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