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The series is designed to respond to the current situation in literary and cultural studies, and to alert English speakers to German approaches. The dozen papers gracing the first volume address cultural memory and the construction of the past, the Reformation and its heritage, configurations of the
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The Editors: Christian Emden studied comparative and European literature and philosophy at the Universities of Konstanz and Cambridge (Ph.D. 2000), and is now Assistant Professor of German at Rice University, Houston. He was a Research Fellow at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, from 2000 to 2003. He is the author of Nietzsche on Language, Consciousness, and the Body, forthcoming in 2004, and is now investigating notions of «classical antiquity» in 19th century German scholarship and literature and the emergence of historische Kulturwissenschaft in the early 20th century.
David Midgley grew up in London and studied at Oxford (DPhil 1975). He was a Humboldt Scholar in 1979, and has been a University Lecturer in German and Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, since 1980. He has published widely on German literary modernism, and his latest book, Writing Weimar (2000), is a thorough study of the literature of the Weimar Republic in relation to its social and cultural context.
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