Dr. Derek Hillard
Modernism, German literature, emotion in the arts, poetry, Paul Celan
Ph.D., Germanic Studies, Indiana University, 2001
Recently Offered Courses
Advanced German Conversation and Composition, German IV
Music in German Culture, German to English Translation, Vienna 1900
Poetry as Individuality: The Discourse of Observation in Paul Celan. Bucknell University Press, 2010.
Feelings Materialized: Emotions, Bodies, and Things in Modern Germany, co-edited with Heikki Lempa and Russell Spinney. New York: Berghahn Books 2020.
“Animals and Aesthetic Empathy in Germany around 1900.” In Feeling Beyond the Human, eds. Erika Quinn and Holly Yanacek (forthcoming with De Gruyter Press).
“Internationale Celan-Rezeption—USA.” In Celan-Handbuch, 3rd edition, Metzler Press (forthcoming with Metzler).
“Reading Embodied Emotions in Rilke’s Die Aufzeichnungen desMalte Laurids Brigge.” In Feelings Materialized: Emotions, Bodies, and Things in Modern Germany,New York: Berghahn Books, 2020, 62-76.
"Paul Celan in America." Compar(a)ison, 1:2 (2013) [appeared 2017] 61-83.
"Are There Painful Images? Ernst Jünger and Beholding Pain in Photography." Seminar. November, 50:4 (2014) 461-82.