WiG Yearbook 31 (2015)

Women in German Yearbook Volume 31, 2015 Table of Contents

Acknowledgments p. vii

Editors’ Introduction pp. ix-xiv

Elizabeth Ametsbichler, Carrie Smith-Prei

Articles

Packaging the Grand Tour: German Women Authors Write Italy, 1791–1874 pp. 1-27

Karin Baumgartner

 

Bad Mothers and Good Virgins: Gender, Identity, and Maternity in the Novels of E. Marlitt pp. 28-47

Lauren Nossett

 

Embodied Femmes Fatales: Performing Judith and Salomé on the Modernist German Stage pp. 48-72

S. E. Jackson

 

Anna Freud’s Blank Screen: Home Movies and Psychoanalysis pp. 73-98

Sonja Boos

 

Memoirs and Healing: Howard Reich’s The First and Final Nightmare of Sonia Reich Read through the Lens of a Trauma Victim pp. 99-121

Stefanie Hofer

 

Note to Self?: Postmodern Criminality and (Feminist) Consciousness in Eva Rossmann’s Freudsche Verbrechen pp. 122-146

Traci S. O’Brien

 

Regulating and Transgressing the Borders of the Berlin Republic in Doris Dörrie’s The Hairdresser pp. 147-173

Priscilla Layne

 

Documentary along the Outskirts of Society: An Interview with the Filmmaker Aysun Bademsoy pp. 174-196

Julia Ludewig, Tessa Wegener