2019 GSA Panels

Sessions 019, 151, 295. Goethe as a Heterodox Thinker (Closed Seminar)
Fri, Sat, Sun 8:00–10:00 AM Northwest

Conveners:

Clark Muenzer, University of Pittsburgh
Karin Schutjer, University of Oklahoma
John Smith, University of California, Irvine

  • Claire Baldwin
    Colgate University
  • Jane Brown
    University of Washington
  • Daniel Carranza
    University of Chicago
  • Jonathan Fine
    Brown University
  • Sally Gray
    Mississippi State University
  • Heidi Grek
    Washington University in St. Louis
  • Joseph Haydt
    University of Chicago
  • Horst Lange
    University of Central Arkansas
  • Steven Lydon
    Harvard University
  • John McCarthy
    Vanderbilt University
  • Sebastian Meixner
    Universität Zürich
  • Heidi Schlipphacke
    University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Ross Shields
    Leibniz-Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung
  • Xuxu Song
    University of California Irvine
  • Jason Yonover
    Johns Hopkins University

 

Session 104: Realism in the Age of Goethe and Its Legacy (I): Genres of Realism
Friday 2:00-4:00 p.m. Skyline 3

Moderator: Jennifer Jenkins, Pacific Lutheran University
Commentator: Karin Schutjer, University of Oklahoma

  1. Lyric Realism? Poetic Phenomenology between Klopstock and Coleridge
    Jan Oliver Jost-Fritz, Eastern Tennessee State University
  2. (Mis-)Interpreting Goethe’s Lilie in “Das Märchen”
    Prisilla Sanchez, University of Oregon
  3. Erzähltes Leben und gestimmte Erinnerung Zum Realismus in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre und seiner Bedeutung für die Tradition des Bildungsromans
    Stefan Hajduk, University of Adelaide
  4. “Zuckungen” and “Gefühlsader”: The Desire and Impossibility of Literary Realism in Georg Büchner’s Lenz

Matthew Childs, University of Washington

 

Session 131: Realism in the Age of Goethe and Its Legacy (2): The Realism of Classicism, Romanticism, and Modernism
Fri 4:15-6:00 p.m. Skyline 3

Moderator: Elliott Schreiber, Vassar College
Commentator: John Lyon, University of Pittsburgh

  1. Out of Ruin: Ideal Realism in Winckelmann, Goethe, and Modernism
    Christian Weber, Florida State University
  2. Goethe’s Dramatic Theory of Revelation (die Schöne Seele)
    Benjamin Swakopf, Indiana University
  3. Between Sais and Sense: Novalis’ Response to Fichte’s Wissenschaftslehre (1794)
    David Takamura, University of North Carolina and Duke University
  4. Stifter and the Avant-Garde: Affect and Materiality in Kalkstein
    Robert Mottram, Oakland University

 

Session 238: Realism in the Age of Goethe and Its Legacy (3): Realism Challenged by War and Revolution
Sat 2:00-4:00 p.m. Skyline 3

Moderator: Alina Dana Weber, Florida State University
Commentator: Joseph O’Neil, University of Kentucky

  1. The Reality of Battle: Realism in the Context of Goethe’s War Experience
    Christine Lehleiter, University of Toronto
  2. “Gänzlich alle Unterhaltung über das Interesse des Tages verbannen”: Goethe’s “Unterhaltungen” and the Realist Novella
    Marie-Luise Goldmann, New York University
  3. The Censored Present: Young Germany’s Realism
    Michael Swellander, University of Iowa

 

Session 062: Karl Philipp Moritz’s Interdisciplinary Stance
Fri 10:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m. Executive

Moderator: Sarah Eldridge, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Commentator: Elliott Schreiber, Vassar College

  1. Principles and Practice of Harmony and Balance: Objectivity/Subjectivity, Creation/Destruction, Health/Illness, and Beauty/Desolation in K.P. Moritz’s Aesthetic, Literary, Educative, and Therapeutic Worlds
    Sheila Dickson, University of Glasgow
  2. Karl Philip Moritz als Datenwissenschaftler und Wissenschaftstheoretiker
    Robert Roessler, Harvard University
  3. The Ethics of Imperfection and the Limits of Autonomy in Karl Philipp Moritz’s Writings on Aesthetics
    Mattias Pirholt, Södertörn University
  4. Novalis und Karl Philipp Moritz: Eine erfahrungsseelenkundliche und mythologische Spurensuche
    Franziska Schlieker, Technische Universität Braunschweig