Trauma, Grief, and Pathological Mourning in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century German Thought and Literature. Edited by Gail K. Hart in Collaboration with Ursula Mahlendorf, Thomas P. Saine and Hans Medick
Gail K. Hart
Interdisciplinary Contributions to Contemporary Cultural Debates
Edited by Gail K. Hart and Anke S. Biendarra
Edited by Irmela von der Lühe and Gail K. Hart
Edited by Celia Applegate, Gail K. Hart, Kai Evers, Susan Gustafson and Peter Meilaender
German Studies in America publishes research across the field of German studies in the broadest sense, from literary criticism to cultural studies. The editors welcome scholarly work that takes an innovative approach to German, Swiss, or Austrian history, literature, politics, philosophy, national identity, religion, popular culture, film, music, and/or visual art. We are also eager to consider projects that adopt interdisciplinary and intersectional approaches as well as studies with theoretical approaches including psychoanalysis, gender studies, feminism, Marxism, critical race studies, etc. We publish scholarly monographs, translations and edited volumes of essays in both German and English. This series adheres to the highest academic standards and is peer reviewed.