“Human Rights in German-Speaking Lands during the Romantic Period,”  Open Panel at NASSR, “Romanticism and Rights,” Winnipeg, Manitoba, August 13-16, 2015.

Human rights became significant issues among artists and intellectuals in early nineteenth-century “Germany.” This panel intends to address most broadly literary, historical and political writing produced during the Romantic period regarding rights (or the lack thereof) in German-speaking lands. Please submit (by January 17, 2015, to the conference organizers at [log in to unmask] ) a brief c. v. and an abstract of 300 words, addressing issues of rights such as:

Please send inquiries to Chris Clason at [log in to unmask] . Conference Website at http://nassr2015.wordpress.com/

Christopher R. Clason
Professor of German
Director, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
352 O'Dowd Hall
Oakland University
Rochester, Michigan 48309-4486
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(248) 370-2063
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