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Neue Impressionen: Maximilian Gilleßen und Anton Stuckardt sprechen über ihr Verlagsprojekt ‚zero sharp’

Maximilian Gilleßen ist Übersetzer und zusammen mit dem Buchgestalter Anton Stuckardt Begründer des Berliner Verlags zero sharp. Ihr Interesse gilt AutorInnen der französischen Avantgarde. So sind bisher Bände von Raymond Roussel, Jean-Pierre Brisset, Gaston de Pawlowski und René Daumal erschienen. Seit Juli … Continue reading

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The irreducible significance of literature: David Wellbery on Goethe, Cavell and de Man

David E. Wellbery is LeRoy T. and Margaret Deffenbaugh Carlson Professor at University of Chicago, where he chairs the Department of Germanic Studies and is a member of the Committee on Social Thought. A renowned scholar of the German tradition, … Continue reading

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Ernst, Tragisch, Problematisch – Guido Mazzoni on Late Capitalism and the Theory of the Novel

Guido Mazzoni is a poet, essayist and a founding editor of Le parole e le cose, Italy’s leading cultural webzine. He is a professor at the University of Siena. In 2011 he published Teoria del romanzo, which has now been … Continue reading

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Zwischen Überlieferung und Kritik: Moderne und Postmoderne Haltungen gegenüber dem Problem der Legitimität

An old conference paper of mine in German is now available in the online journal Paedeia, vol.2 (Spring 2014), 88–104. It’s not the greatest piece of writing, but may be of interest to some. Here’s a link.

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