Faculty Publications: Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literature – Winter Break 2021-2022

Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literature

Twenty-one entries from the department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literature. The entries include studies of Spain and popular culture, as well as studies of German culture, art, and philosophy.

Gasior, Bonnie. “Década de 1930: La autobiografía y el <<raro perfil psicológico>> de <<el mejor poeta de su tiempo>>.” La recepción literaria de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: un siglo de apreciaciones críticas (1910-2010). Rosa Perelmuter, ed. Biblioteca Batioja: Instituto de Ideas Auriseculares (IDEA)2021, pp. 97-119. 

—. “Enrique Iglesias, Madonna and . . . ¿San Juan de la Cruz? Teaching Mystic Poetry Through Pop Music.” In Reconsidering, 2021, pp. 263-73.

—. “Free Minds Book Club: Students Reading and Responding to Incarcerated Writers’ Poetry.” Honors Practice: Brief Ideas about What Works in Honors, Digital Commons at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2021, Vol. 17, pp. 260–62.

Badía, Mindy and Bonnie Gasior, eds. Reconsidering Early Modern Spanish Literature through Mass and Pop Culture: Contemporizing the Classics for the Classroom. Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, 2021.

Gasior, Bonnie and Yolanda Gamboa. “From Houses to Humilladeros: Violence, Fear and Zayas’s Female Monster-Victims.” Peculiar Lives in Early Modern Spain: Essays Celebrating Amy Williamsen, Edited by Rob Bayliss, University Press of the South, 2020, pp. 239-252.

High, Jeffrey L. “Philosophical Writings from Schiller’s Time at the Karlsschule in Stuttgart (1774-1780),” in: Antonino Falduto and Tim Mehigan, eds., The Palgrave Handbook on the Philosophy of Friedrich Schiller (New York: Palgrave, forthcoming 2022)

Sophia Clark and Jeffrey L. High, “Film Adaptations of Heinrich von Kleist’s Michael Kohlhaas in the long 21st Century,” in: Jeffrey L. High and Carrie Collenberg-Gonzalez, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Legacies (Amsterdam: Brill/Rodopi, forthcoming 2022).

Jeffrey L. High and Carrie Collenberg-Gonzalez, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Legacies (Amsterdam: Brill/Rodopi, forthcoming 2022).

Jeffrey L. High, Rebecca Stewart, and Elaine Chen, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Paradigms (Rochester: Camden House: in press 2022).

Jeffrey L. High and Carrie Collenberg-Gonzalez, “Introduction: Kleistian Legacies,” in: Jeffrey L. High and Carrie Collenberg-Gonzalez, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Legacies (Amsterdam: Brill/Rodopi, forthcoming 2022).

Jeffrey L. High, Rebecca Stewart and Elaine Chen, “Introduction,” in: Jeffrey L. High, Rebecca Stewart, and Elaine Chen, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Paradigms (Rochester: Camden House, in press 2022).

Jeffrey L. High, “J. Chr. Fr. Schiller: A Life as Mensch of Letters,” in: Antonino Falduto and Tim Mehigan, eds., The Palgrave Handbook on the Philosophy of Friedrich Schiller (New York: Palgrave, forthcoming 2022).

Jeffrey L. High and Beesley, “Maria de Zayas, Sophie Mereau, Clemens Brentano, and the Novellas of Heinrich von Kleist,” in: Jeffrey L. High, Rebecca Stewart, and Elaine Chen, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Paradigms (Rochester: Camden House, in press 2022).

Jeffrey L. High and Elaine Chen, “Odes on Urns and Intertextual Allegories of Autonomy: From Schiller’s Bohemian Cup to Kleist’s Broken Jug,” in: Jeffrey L. High, Rebecca Stewart, and Elaine Chen, eds., Heinrich von Kleist: Artistic and Philosophical Paradigms (Rochester: Camden House, in press 2022).

Jeffrey L. High, “‘Prelude—Pre-Occupation Bonaparte: Historical and Literary Conquerors in Schiller’s Life, Thought, and Works in: Seán Allan and Jeffrey L. High, eds., Inspiration Bonaparte? German Culture and Napoleonic Occupation (Rochester: Camden House, 2021).

Sean Allan and Jeffrey L. High, eds., Inspiration Bonaparte? German Culture and NapoleonicOccupation (Rochester: Camden House: 2021).

Seán Allan and Jeffrey L. High, “Introduction: Inspiration Bonaparte?” in: Seán Allan and Jeffrey L. High, eds., Inspiration Bonaparte? German Culture and Napoleonic Occupation (Rochester: Camden House, forthcoming 2021).

Jeffrey L. High, Elena Pnevmonidou and Friederike von Schwerin-High, “Strategies for Teaching Eighteenth-Century German Texts in the Context of Program Building,” Melissa Etzler and Gabi Eichmanns, eds., Outreach Strategies and Innovative Teaching for Small German Programs (Abingdon: Routledge Press, 2021), 118–134.

Jeffrey L. High, “From Hypotext to Hypertext and (Hyper-)Space Opera: Schiller’s Don Karlos, Verdi’s Don Carlos, and George Lucas’ Star Wars,” in: Willi Goetschel, ed., Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory (Abingdon: Routledge Press, 2020), 5–20.

Jeffrey L. High and Lisa Beesley, “Sophie Mereaus und Clemens Brentanos Übersetzungen von Maria de Zayas. ‘Spanische Novellen’ und die Prosawerke Heinrich von Kleists,” in: Günter Blamberger, ed., Jahrbuch der Kleist-Gesellschaft (Stuttgart: Metzler, 2020), 63–90.

Jeffrey L. High and Lisa Beesley, Yolanda Gamboa, trans., “Las traducciones de María de Zayas de Sophie Mereau y Clemens Brentano: “Novellas españolas” y la narrativa de Heinrich von Kleist,” eHumanista: Journal of Iberian Studies (46) 2020, 194–226.