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Other Germanies : questioning identity in women's literature and art

Author: Karen Hermine Jankowsky; Carla Love
Publisher: Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, ©1997.
Series: SUNY series in postmodern culture.
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This book introduces American audiences to Germany through the perspectives of members of various ethnic groups within the newly unified country and through the mediation of feminist scholars, documenting the artistic contributions to German cultural identity of ten women writers, filmmakers, dancers, and visual artists. The work of these artists is presented in various ways: as an opportunity for Germans to explore  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Kongreß
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Hermine Jankowsky; Carla Love
ISBN: 0791434494 9780791434499 0791434508 9780791434505
OCLC Number: 36446955
Description: xii, 318 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Dealing with the other in German cultural discourse: intercultural Germanistik and Aysel Özakin's Journeys of exile / Ülker Gökberk --
Reinventions of Turkey: Ernine Sevgi Özdarnar's Life is a caravanserai / Margrit Frölich --
Rethinking Germanness: two Afro-German women journey "home" / Erin Crawley --
Is female to nation as nature is to culture?: Božena Němcová, Libuše Moníková, and the female folkloric / Katie Trumpener --
Between "inner Bohemia" and "outer Siberia": Libuse Monfkovi destabilizes notions of nation and gender / Karen Jankowsky --
Ethno-documentary discourse and cultural otherness in Ulrike Ottinger's Johanna d'Arc of Mongolia / Shanta Rao --
Amputation, dismembered identities, and the rhythms of elimination: reading Pina Bausch / Heidi Gilpin --
Deconstructing identity: Eva-Maria Schön's Origin of species / Barbara C. Buenger --
German national identity and the female subject: Gerlind Reinshagen's German trilogy / Angelika Czekay --
Pièces d'identité: piecing together mother/daughter identities in Jeanine Meerapfel's Malou / Janice Mouton --
Patters of self-destruction: Christa Wolf's What remains and Monika Maron's Flight of ashes / Sylvia Kloetzer --
Coda: when American feminists cross borders / edited by Karen Jankowsky and Carla Love.
Series Title: SUNY series in postmodern culture.
Responsibility: edited by Karen Jankowsky and Carla Love.

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This book introduces American audiences to Germany through the perspectives of members of various ethnic groups within the newly unified country and through the mediation of feminist scholars, documenting the artistic contributions to German cultural identity of ten women writers, filmmakers, dancers, and visual artists. The work of these artists is presented in various ways: as an opportunity for Germans to explore their own represented identities, as a portrayal of the complex histories of cultural change that foreigners bring into Germany, as the work of piecing together a minority identity in Germany, as a portrayal of the marginalization of women in the construction of the nation, and as the interpretation of Eastern and Western European cultures.

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