Wednesday, 27 December
63. Visualizing Space and Place in German Literature I: Landscape(s)
7:00–8:15 p.m., Congress C, Loews
Program arranged by the Division on Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century German Literature
Presiding: C. Lynne Tatlock, Washington Univ.
1. “Through Panoramic Eyes: The ‘Other’ in Women’s Travel Narratives,” Kathrin Maurer, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson
2. “Zwischeneuropa as ‘Herz der Donaumonarchie’: The Image of Austria in Works by Sacher-Masoch,” Agnieszka B. Nance, Tulane Univ.
3. “Landscapes of Modernity: Rilke and Open Space,” Oliver Simons, Harvard Univ.
4. “The Sound of Place in Trakl’s Landscape Poetry,” Derek H. Hillard, Kansas State Univ.