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>From: Sonja Fritzsche <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: Perspectives on Gender in Recent German-Jewish Literature and Film
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>Call for papers -
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>Women in German Annual Conference, 2006.
>October  19-22, 2006
>Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, Utah (near Salt Lake City).
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>"Perspectives on Gender in Recent German-Jewish Literature and Film"
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>Women in German guest author Esther Dischereit provides the context for
>this panel, which takes as its focus a broader approach to the
>portrayal of gender in works by contemporary German-Jewish
>writers/directors. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
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>1) How is the current reassessment of German-Jewish memory gendered?
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>2) How is this history impacted by familial/intergenerational
>discussion?
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>3) What does it mean to be a German-Jewish woman today?
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>4) How is the minority discourse with regard to the German-Jewish
>community gendered?
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>Please email a brief c.v. and one-page abstract by March 15, 2006 to
>both panel organizers: Sonja Fritzsche, Illinois Wesleyan University
>([log in to unmask]) and Jennifer Good, Baylor University
>([log in to unmask])
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>Sonja Fritzsche, Ph.D. - Asst Professor
>of German & Eastern European Studies
>Modern & Classical Lang. and Lit.
>Illinois Wesleyan University
>201 E. University
>Bloomington, IL 61702-2900
>309-556-3290

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