Vol. 27 (2011)

Women in German Yearbook Vol. 27 (2011)

Revolutionizing Domesticity: Potentialities of Female Self-Definition in Dorothea Schlegel'sFlorentin (1801)
Liesl Allingham
"Make Music, Women, Music!": The Amazonian Power of Music in Heinrich von Kleist's Penthesilea (1808) 
Amy Emm

Sculpting the Sanatorium: Nervous Bodies and Femmes Fragiles in Vienna 1900 
Sabine Wieber

Käthe Kollwitz's Witness to War: Gender, Authority, and Reception 
Ingrid Sharp
"The Loving Conquest and Embrace": On Peaceful Heterotopias and Utopias in Annemarie Schwarzenbach's Asian and African Travel Writings 
Sofie Decock

Walking as in Veils: Spatial Projection and Cultural Rejection in Gertrud Kolmar's A Jewish Mother (1999)  
Carola Daffner
"God, How Idyllic": The German Countryside and the Abject of Enlightenment in Doris Gercke'sWeinschröter, du mußt hängen (1987) 
Alison Guenther-Pal and Arlene A. Teraoka
Uncanny Doublings and Asian Rituals in Recent Films by Monika Treut, Doris Dörrie, and Ulrike Ottinger 
Alice A. Kuzniar