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Symposium: Transnational Framings: The German Literary Field in the Age of Nationalism

Saturday, September 4 | 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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Our conference seeks to bring into view the push and pull of the national and international in Germany and Austria in the so-called Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919 through a collection of case studies toward a new approach to the literary history of the period. Viewing even overtly national(ist) literature and cultural projects as belonging to an international system, our presenters examine the interrelations of the agents, forces, enterprises, and processes that constituted the Austro-German literary-cultural field during this period. These agents include not only authors but also translators, publishers, editors, reviewers, and readers. Forces include the changing book market, industrialization, printing conventions, and new media. Enterprises include new magazines, anthologies, and the writing of national literary histories.

The symposium is being co-organized by Professor Lynne Tatlock and Professor Kurt Beals.

For more information and to register for the Zoom links for each day of the symposium, please visit this link.

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25th Biennial St. Louis Symposium on German Literature and Culture

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