Current Issues

Volume 35, Issue 1 (Winter 2011)

1. Hester Baer: Introduction: Resignifications of Feminism in Contemporary Germany
2. Carrie Smith-Prei: "Knaller Sex für Alle": Popfeminist Body Politics in Lady Bitch Ray, Charlotte Roche, and Sarah Kuttner
3. Corinna Kahnke: Intercourse as Discourse in Alexa Hennig von Lange's Relax
4. Margaret McCarthy: Feminism and Generational Conflicts in Alexa Hennig von Lange's Relax, Elke Naters's Lügen, and Charlotte Roche's Feuchtgebiete
5. Alexandra Merley Hill: Motherhood as Performance: (Re)Negotiations of Motherhood in Contemporary German Literature
6. Florence Feiereisen: Eternal Interns: Kathrin Röggla's Literary Treatment of Gendered Capitalism
7. Faye Stewart: Dialogues with Tradition: Feminist-Queer Encounters in German Crime Stories at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century
8. Brenda Bethman, Generation Chick: Reading Bridget Jones's Diary, Jessica, 30., and Dies ist kein Liebeslied as Postfeminist Novels

Volume 34, Issue 2 (Summer 2010)

1. Helena Goscilo: Reflections and Refractions: The Mirror: Introduction
2. Julia Chadaga: No Mere Reflection: Mirrors as Windows on Russian Culture
3. Kirsten Lodge: Mirrors as Russian Decadent and Symbolist Prose: Valery Briusov and Dmitry Merezhkovsky
4. Petre Petrov: The Modernist Mirror and the Hold of Being: Rilke and Zamiatin
5. Karin Sarsenov: Mirrors in Russian Women's Autobiographical Writing: The Self Reflected in Works by Alla Demidova and Vera Luknitskaia
6. Helena Goscilo: The Mirror in Art: Vanitas, Veritas, and Vision

Volume 34, Issue 1 (Winter 2010)

1. Naomi Lindstrom: Heroines, Hierarchies, and Space: The Fiction of Cecilia Absatz
2. Nicole Thesz: From Jugendbewegung to RAF: Youth, Friendship, and Protest in Post-Wall German Cinema
3. Preston Fambrough: Ionesco's Rhinocéros and the Menippean Tradition
4. Lorene Birden: Caligula-Christ: Preliminary Study of a Parallel
5. Magali Compan: Writers, Rebels, and Cannibals: Léonora Miano's Rendering of Africa in L'Intérieur de la nuit
6. Caroline Rupprecht: "I could still see her in my mind's eye": Water and Maternal Imagery in Uwe Johnson's Anniversaries: From the Life of Gesine Cresspahl