It informs about the history of children's films, ranging from the beginning of the 20th century until the present and stresses the aesthetic qualities of international children's films. Co-edited with Thomas Koebner. The essays in this collection take interdisciplinary approaches that integrate different disciplines such as literary studies, art history, linguistics, narratology, cognitive psychology, sociology, memory studies, and picture theory The essays in this collection take interdisciplinary approaches that integrate different disciplines such as literary studies, art history, linguistics, narratology, cognitive psychology, sociology, memory studies, and picture theory.
Topics discussed include intervisuality, twist endings, autobiographical narration, and metaliterary awareness in picturebooks. Banco del Libro Publication Date: New Directions in Picturebook Research eds. In this volume, scholars from twelve different countries contribute to the ongoing debate on the importance of picturebook research, focusing on aesthetic and cognitive aspects of picturebooks. The essays also examine the narrative The essays also examine the narrative challenges of first-person narratives, ellipsis, frame breaking, and mindscape as new paradigms in picturebook research.
Tying picturebook studies to studies in childhood, multimodality, and literacy, this anthology is representative of the different opportunities for research in this emerging field. This exhibition catalogue focuses on picturebooks for young children. It informs about the historical development of this book type from the end of the 19th century until the present by presenting picturebooks from eleven countries.
Co-edited with Maria Linsmann. Bilderbuchmuseum Burg Wissem Publication Date: Astrid Lindgrens Werk und Wirkung: Interkulturelle und internationale Perspektiven eds. This essay collection comprises 16 articles focusing on the international and intercultural aspects of Lindgren's work, for instance, the reception and translation of Lindgren's work in Croatia, Estonia, France, South Africa, the GDR, and This essay collection comprises 16 articles focusing on the international and intercultural aspects of Lindgren's work, for instance, the reception and translation of Lindgren's work in Croatia, Estonia, France, South Africa, the GDR, and the US.
Co-edited with Svenja Blume and Angelika Nix. Peter Lang Publication Date: Geschichte, Traditionen, Perspektiven more. This exhibition catalogue contains 60 articles about Jewish children's book authors from nine countries, demonstrating the broad scope and variety of genres, topics and styles of their main works. Kinderliteratur, Kanonbildung und literarische Wertung more. This monograph explores the marginalization of children's literature in Germany since the end of 18th century until the present by drawing upon the analysis of literary histories, school primers, reading lists and recent scholarship in This monograph explores the marginalization of children's literature in Germany since the end of 18th century until the present by drawing upon the analysis of literary histories, school primers, reading lists and recent scholarship in cultural and literary studies.pavibeton.com/includes/32/2055.html
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Metzler Verlag Publication Date: Klassiker der Kinder- und Jugendliteratur. This encyclopedia presents children's classics from 65 countries. Each article informs about the origin, content, historical and aesthetic importance, and reception of the respective works. This special issue brings together scholars from different countries, Ruth Bottigheimer, Peter Hunt, Maria Nikolajeva, Jean Perrot, and Zohar Shavit, amongst others, who highlight the importance of comparative children's literature This special issue brings together scholars from different countries, Ruth Bottigheimer, Peter Hunt, Maria Nikolajeva, Jean Perrot, and Zohar Shavit, amongst others, who highlight the importance of comparative children's literature research.
Mixing Pop Art and Political Criticism: Heinz Edelmann's Artwork for Children more. The Routledge Companion to Picturebooks. Picturebooks and Cognitive Studies.
Seriality in Picturebooks more. Early Literacy and Picturebooks. Picturebook Research as an International and Interdisciplinary Field more. Seriality in Children's Literature The Edinburgh Companion to Children's Literature.
Children's and Young Adult Literature , Seriality , and series studies. Images of Childhood in Photobooks for Children more. Books, Toys, and Contemporary Media Culture. Landscapes, Seascapes and Cityscapes. Landscapes, seascapes, and cityscapes. A Paradoxical Relationship more. Unerwartete Wendung und narrative Distanz.
Cuteness and aggression in military picturebooks more. As a subspecies of ideologically loaded picturebooks, this chapter focuses on military picturebooks. This term encompasses picturebooks dealing with war and the roles of soldiers. In the first part, a taxonomy of military picturebooks is In the first part, a taxonomy of military picturebooks is created which is exemplified by telling examples. On the one hand, it is not possible to represent war as a good thing across the board; on the other hand, war is depicted with respect to certain scenarios of self-defence.
The narrative solution seems to be that " cute " characters that is, anthropomorphic animals and vehicles are introduced who serve as positive military protagonists that have to fight against aggressive characters representing the enemy. In military picturebooks, there is a contrast between cuteness and aggression that is astonishing when regarding the typical pedagogical demands on the accommodation of picturebooks to the child's cognitive abilities. Issues in Early Education Publication Date: Propaganda , Picture Books , Picturebooks , and Cuteness.
Edited by Katarzyna Marciniak. Negritude and the Avantgarde more. The Child Savage, From Comics to Games. Kurt Schwitters' "Die Scheuche". Die Texte von Kurt Schwitters. From Baby Books to Picturebooks for Adults. European picturebooks in the new millennium.
De wereld van Astrid Lindgren in beelden. Pippi Langkous-illustraties in Zweden en Duitsland. Literatuur zonder leeftijd Illustration and Astrid Lindgren. Children's Literature and the Avant-Garde. Just what is it that makes Pop Art picturebooks so different, so appealing? Pop Art , Avant-Garde , and Picturebooks. Nordic Journal of Childlit Aesthetics 6. Didactics , Picture Books , and Visual Literacy. Mitteilungen des Deutschen Germanistenverbandes Zur Debatte um eine diskriminierungsfreie Sprache im Kinderbuch.
Children's and Young Adult Literature. Die Biene Maja als Crossover Literatur more. Vom Kinderbuch zum Kassenschlager. Wayne State University Press. Das Puppenhaus in der Kinderliteratur. Miniaturwelten als Spiegelwelten more. Canons and Research Paradignms. Picturebooks between Representation and Narration more. Journal of Educational Media, Memory and Society 5.
New Perspectives in Children's Film Studies more. International Research in Children's Literature 6. Childhood and Modernist Art more. Code-Switching in Multilingual Picturebooks. Der Film im Film im Film. Special issue of Der Deutschunterricht 3. Pictures, Texts, Paratexts more. Beyond the Borders of Art, Narrative and Culture. Text-Bild-Interaktion im mehrsprachigen Bilderbuch more. Didaktik der Paratexte more. Sonderheft Medien im Deutschunterricht Visuelle Codes erfassen more.
Literarisches Lernen im Anfangsunterricht. Children's Literature , Cognition , Picturebooks , and Materiality. The Utopia of an Ideal Community: Mar 17, Conference Start Date: Animal Studies , Nature , Picturebooks , and Cuteness. University of Bremen, Germany Organization: Feb 14, Conference Start Date: Narratology , Group Theory , Picturebooks , and Character. Picturebooks and Cognitive Development. University of Oslo, Norway Organization: Dec 14, Conference Start Date: Cognition , Picturebooks , and Lying. Marked messages indicate marked situation.
Nov 25, Organization: Der moderne deutsche Jugendroman. Wandel und Tendenzen more. University of Osaka, Japan Event Date: Sep 12, Organization: Recent Trends in the European Picturebook Market more. Sep 3, Organization: Transmedia , Crossover , and Picturebooks. On the Trail of Pan. From the Strange to the Eternal Child more. University of Warsaw, Poland Organization: May 15, Conference Start Date: University of Chemnitz, Germany Organization: Mar 11, Conference Start Date: Unerwartete Wendung und ironische Distanz: University of Munich, Germany Organization: Oct 8, Conference Start Date: University of Gdansk, Poland Organization: Aug 14, Conference Start Date: Theorizing the Visual Archive more.
University of Newcastle Event Date: Aug 12, Organization: Jul 12, Organization: International conference "Literature and Empathy". Kognitive Erwerbsprozesse und Kinderliteratur: University of Mainz Event Date: Jun 5, Organization: Colloquium on Linguistics and Children's Literature. Between film music and chamber music. The dawn of sound cinema. Nielsen Book Data This book investigates the relationship between musical Modernism and German cinema.
It paves the way for anunorthodox path of research, one which has been little explored up until now. True, it was a complex and contradictory relationship in which cinema often emerged more as an aesthetic point of reference than an objective reality; nonetheless, the reception of the language and aesthetic of cinema had significant influence on the domain of music.
Between and , Modernist composers' exploration of cinema reached such a degree of pervasiveness and consistency as to become a true aesthetic paradigm, a paradigm that sat at the very heart of the Modernist project. In this insightful volume, Finocchiaro shows that the creative confrontation with the avant-garde medium par excellence can be regarded as a vector of musical Modernism: G3 F63 Unknown. Arnborg, Beata, author. L A76 Unknown.
El cine del III Reich: Costa, Marco da, author. Notorius Ediciones,  Description Book — pages: N36 C66 Unknown. Cinematography in the Weimar Republic: Lola Lola, Dirty singles, and the men who shot them . Pierre, Paul Matthew, author. Nielsen Book Data Cinematography in the Weimar Republic argues that the new medium of film was preeminent among the avant-garde art forms that distinguished the cultural renaissance of the Weimar Republic and that within this progressive medium cinematographers were the leading purveyors of the new kinetic visual imaginary.
Germany's enduring contribution to film history was the collaborative model of filmemacherin, with directors and cinematographers working together as equal partners. Continuity and crisis in German cinema, . Description Book — vi, pages: Werner Hochbaum's Razzia in St.
The economy "A fairy tale for grown-ups": Concepts of race and ethnicity Degenerate disease and the doctors of death: Genre cinema The Zigeunerdrama reloaded: Film Technologies Objects in Motion: German-international film relations Playing the European market: Hitler's Machtergreifung, or seizure of power, on January 30, , marked the end of the Weimar Republic and the beginning of the Third Reich, and German film scholarship has generally accepted this date as the break between Weimar and Nazi-era film as well.
This collection of essays interrogates the continuities and discontinuities in German cinema before and after January and their relationship to the various crises of the years to in seven areas: Focusing both on canonical and lesser-known works, the essays analyze a representative sample of films and genres from the period. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of Weimar and Third Reich cinema and of the sociopolitical, economic, racial, artistic, and technological spheres in both late Weimar and the early Third Reich, as well as to film scholars in general.
Johnson, Owen Lyons, Richard W. G3 C Unknown. Slansky am ende der anfangsjahre: Ask at circulation desk PN G3 M48 T Unknown. Reclam,  Description Book — pages: H4 F55 T Unknown. M48 F75 Unknown. The promise of cinema: German film theory, . University of California Press,  Description Book — xv, pages ; 26 cm. Summary Rich in implications for our present era of media change, the Promise of Cinema offers a compelling new vision of film theory.
The volume conceives of "theory" not as a fixed body of canonical texts, but as a dynamic set of reflections on the very idea of cinema and the possibilities once associated with it.
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Unearthing more than early-twentieth-century German texts, this ground-breaking documentation leads readers into a world that was striving to assimilate modernity's most powerful new medium. We encounter lesser-known essays by Bela Balazs, Walter Benjamin, and Siegfried Kracauer alongside interventions from the realms of aesthetics, education, industry, politics, science, and technology. The book also features programmatic writings from the Weimar avant-garde and from directors such as Fritz Lang and F.
Nearly all documents appear in English for the first time; each is meticulously introduced and annotated. The most comprehensive collection of German writings on film published to date, The Promise of Cinema is an essential resource for students and scholars of film and media, critical theory, and European culture and history. G3 P Unknown.
Treiblmayr, Christopher, author. Description Book — p. Die Filme sind unter uns: Vorwerk 8,  Description Book — pages: Zwischen Gestern und Morgen Substantielle und kontingente Gemeinschaft: Alliierte Kulturpolitik Der Einzelne, die anderen: Marshall Gemeinschaft im Bildraum: Irgend wo in Berlin Die Ambivalenz der Gemeinschaft: Liebe Ist das Priuate schon politisch? Tragik ohne Helden Die "guten Deutschen" Conclusio: R83 G67 Unknown. Berghahn Books,  Description Book — x, pages: A Colonial Film Maker Chapter 3.
The 'Hottentot Election' of Chapter 5. The Expedition in Context: Modern German Ethnography Chapter 9. Filming in the Colonies: Colonial Films in Public Cinema Chapter The Colonial Travelogue Chapter Colonial Films in Transition: Nielsen Book Data The beginning of filmmaking in the German colonies coincided with colonialism itself coming to a standstill. Scandals and economic stagnation in the colonies demanded a new and positive image of their value for Germany.
By promoting business and establishing a new genre within the fast growing film industry, films of the colonies were welcomed by organizations such as the Deutsche Kolonialgesellschaft German Colonial Society. The films triggered patriotic feelings but also addressed the audience as travelers, explorers, wildlife protectionists, and participants in unique cultural events.
This book is the first in-depth analysis of colonial filmmaking in the Wilhelmine era. D6 F78 Unknown. The use and abuse of cinema: German legacies from the Weimar era to the present . Columbia University Press,  Description Book — vi, pages: Hunger for Experience, Spectatorship, and the Seventies 3.
The Passenger and the Critical Critic 4. The Limits of Aesthetic Resistance 5. Springtime for Ufa Part II. Serials and Cycles 6. Mountains and Modernity 7. Too Lovely to Be True 8. The Management of Shattered Identity 9. From Oberhausen to Bitburg Remembering Not to Forget Many Ways to Fight a Battle How American Is It?
The Use and Abuse of Memory A Cinema of Citation An Archaeology of the Berlin School The Surveillance Camera's Quarry Heritages and Histories Life in the Shadows Nielsen Book Data Eric Rentschler's new book, The Use and Abuse of Cinema, takes readers on a series of enthralling excursions through the fraught history of German cinema, from the Weimar and Nazi eras to the postwar and postwall epochs and into the new millennium.
These journeys afford rich panoramas and nuanced close-ups from a nation's production of fantasies and spectacles, traversing the different ways in which the film medium has figured in Germany, both as a site of creative and critical enterprise and as a locus of destructive and regressive endeavor. Each of the chapters provides a stirring minidrama; the cast includes prominent critics such as Siegfried Kracauer and Rudolf Arnheim; postwar directors like Wolfgang Staudte, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Wim Wenders, and Alexander Kluge; representatives of the so-called Berlin School; and exponents of mountain epics, early sound musicals, rubble films, and recent heritage features.
A film history that is both original and unconventional, Rentschler's colorful tapestry weaves together figures, motifs, and stories in exciting, unexpected, and even novelistic ways. G3 R43 Unknown. Vom Film zur Literatur: Maiwald, Klaus, author. Summary "Ich habe das Buch vergessen und einen Film gesehen": Ask at circulation desk PT M T Unknown.
Description Book — vii, pages ; 24 cm. Summary Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter One: Nielsen Book Data Weimar cultural critics and intellectuals have repeatedly linked the dynamic movement of the cinema to discourses of life and animation. Correspondingly, recent film historians and theorists have taken up these discourses to theorize the moving image, both in analog and digital. But, many important issues are overlooked. Combining close readings of individual films with detailed interpretations of philosophical texts, all produced in Weimar Germany immediately following the Great War, Afterlives: Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany shows how these films teach viewers about living and dying within a modern, mass mediated context.
Choe places relatively underanalyzed films such as F. It is the experience of war trauma that underpins these correspondences, and Choe foregrounds life and death in the films by highlighting how they allegorize this opposition through the thematics of animation and stasis.
G3 C46 Unknown. Strategien und Mechanismen medialer Kommunikation: End, Markus, author. Implizite Zuschreibungen Sachbezug als Voraussetzung: R67 E53 Unknown. German exile cinema, . Columbia University Press,  Description Book — ix, pages: Summary Acknowledgments Introduction Part I: A History of Horror 2. Hitler in Hollywood 3. Performing Resistance, Resisting Performance 4. You Can't Go Home Again 5. Out of the Past 6. Nielsen Book Data Hundreds of German-speaking film professionals took refuge in Hollywood during the s and s, making a lasting contribution to American cinema.
Hailing from Austria, Hungary, Poland, Russia, and the Ukraine, as well as Germany, and including Ernst Lubitsch, Fred Zinnemann, Billy Wilder, and Fritz Lang, these multicultural, multilingual writers and directors betrayed distinct cultural sensibilities in their art. Gerd Gemunden focuses on Edgar G.
U6 G Unknown. Description Book — xiii, pages: Cinema after the GDR's downfall: Wagner Performing the GDR: Kapczynski Cleansing the system: Wagner Archive and audience. In the late s and early s, East Germany's DEFA filmmakers had a brief window in which to critique GDR society on either side of the Wende, the sweeping political turn that surrounded the fall of the Berlin Wall and the opening of the border.
Building on the DEFA Film Library's retrospective Wende Flicks series and Indiana University's DEFA Project, this study examines the newly rediscovered filmic artifacts of this transitional cinema, introducing eighteen key films from to in essays by German scholars, film professionals, and cultural figures. Accompanying interviews and historical film reviews present a complex portrait of East German film art, its communist bloc influences, and its legacy for contemporary German film culture.
The resulting anthology combines historical, autobiographical, cultural-political, and journalistic discourses to explore the tension between the hopes and frustrations these films express, the historical exigencies that overshadowed their production and reception, and the politics of their revival. G33 D44 Unknown. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Description Book — vi, p. Germany, the authors argue in their own particular contexts, is much more than the few tropes that circulate through the Cold War lens in much of the English-speaking world. Gender and the uncanny in films of the Weimar Republic .
Summary The Weimar period in Germany was a time of radical change, when the traditions and social hierarchies of Imperial Germany crumbled, and a young, deeply conflicted republic emerged. Modernity brought changes that reached deep into the most personal aspects of life, including a loosening of gender roles that opened up new freedoms and opportunities to women. The screen vamps, garconnes, and New Women in this movie-hungry society came to embody the new image of womanhood: Hans examines largely forgotten films of Weimar cinema through the lens of their historical moment, contemporary concerns and critiques, and modern film theory to give a nuanced understanding of their significance and their complex interplay between gender, subjectivity, and cinema.
Hans focuses on so-called uncanny films in which terror lies just under the surface and the emancipated female body becomes the embodiment of a threat repressed. In six chapters she provides a detailed analysis of each film and traces how filmmakers simultaneously celebrate and punish the transgressive women that populate them. An introduction contextualizes Weimar cinema within its unique and volatile social setting.
Hans demonstrates that Weimar Germany's conflicting emotions, hopes, and fears played out in that most modern of media, the cinema. Scholars of film and German history will appreciate the intriguing study of Gender and the Uncanny in Films of the Weimar Republic. G3 H36 Unknown. German cinema-- terror and trauma: Elsaesser, Thomas, author.
New York ; London: Description Book — vi, pages ; 24 cm Summary Introduction: Terror and Trauma Part I: Terror, Trauma, Parapraxis 1.
Siamese Twins of the Political Discourse 2. Memory Frames and Witnessing: Burdens of Representation and Holocaust Films 3. The Poetics and Politics of Parapraxis 4. Parapractic Poetics in German Films and Cinema 5. The Persistent Resistance of Alexander Kluge 7.
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Retroactive Causality and the Present: Fassbinder's The Third Generation 8. Mourning as Mimicry and Masquerade: Herbert Achternbusch's The Last Hole 9. Trauma Theory Reconsidered From Mastering the Past to Managing Guilt: Holocaust Memory in the New Century Postscript to Trauma Theory.
Nielsen Book Data In German Cinema - Terror and Trauma Since , Thomas Elsaesser reevaluates the meaning of the Holocaust for postwar German films and culture, while offering a reconsideration of trauma theory today. Elsaesser argues that Germany's attempts at "mastering the past" can be seen as both a failure and an achievement, making it appropriate to speak of an ongoing 'guilt management' that includes not only Germany, but Europe as a whole.
In a series of case studies, which consider the work of Konrad Wolf, Alexander Kluge, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Herbert Achterbusch and Harun Farocki, as well as films made in the new century, Elsaesser tracks the different ways the Holocaust is present in German cinema from the s onwards, even when it is absent, or referenced in oblique and hyperbolic ways. Its most emphatically "absent presence" might turn out to be the compulsive afterlife of the Red Army Faction, whose acts of terror in the s were a response to-as well as a reminder of-Nazism's hold on the national imaginary.
Against the background of universalized victimhood, a cinema of commemoration has, if anything, confirmed the violence that the past continues to exert on the present, in the form of missed encounters, retroactive incidents, unintended slippages and uncanny parallels, which Elsaesser-reviving the full meaning of Freud's Fehlleistung-calls the parapractic performativity of cultural memory. T46 E54 Unknown. The Nazi past in contemporary German film: Description Book — xii, pages: Summary Introduction Close views of private pasts. A Hollywood aesthetics of German trauma Event television and media convergence Unifying legacies of national history?
The Holocaust at home The loss of "heimat" A heritage of destruction Conclusion. And what role have cinema and television played in this process? This intriguing study argues that since , the two media have turned toward inner German experiences of the Third Reich. From intimate portrayals of ordinary Germans and Nazi leaders to immersive spectacles of war and defeat, German film has focused on portraying the Nazi past from within.
Stimulating and accessible, combining close readings with broad contextualization, this monograph shows how profoundly cinema and television have transformed collective remembrance of the Third Reich. Targeted at a wide readership, the book will be a central reference point for university teachers offering courses on German film or cultural memory, will give guidance to both undergraduate and postgraduate students, and will make a lasting impact on research in the field of German screen cultures. N36 B37 Unknown. H R F Unknown.
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