Notes on Contributors
DAVID N. COURY is Associate Professor of Humanistic Studies (German) and Global Studies and also Co-director of the Center for Middle East Studies and Partnerships at University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. He has published widely on contemporary German cinema as well as the contemporary novel. His books include The Works of Peter Handke: International Perspective (Ariadne Press, 2007) and The Return of Storytelling in Contemporary German Literature and Film: Peter Handke and Wim Wenders (Edwin Mellen, 2004). His articles focus on, among others, Sarah Khan, Navid Kermani and Zafer Senoçak, and Orhan Pamuk.
HELGA DRUXES is Professor of German and Comparative Literature at Williams College. Her research focuses on contemporary German literature by women, memory discourses, and far-right movements. Her books include Resisting Bodies: The Negotiation of Female Agency in Twentieth-Century Women Writers (Wayne State University Press, 1996); The Feminization of Dr Faustus: Female Identity Quests from Stendhal to Morgner (Penn State Press, 1993) and a co-edited volume (with Patricia Anne Simpson), Digital Media Strategies of the Far Right Across Europe and North America (Lexington Books, 2015). Recent articles focus on migration film, and critiques of neoliberalism. She is also the co-editor (with Patricia Anne Simpson) of a special issue of German Politics and Society (Georgetown University Press, forthcoming 2016) on the German far-right populist group Pegida.
JENS HOBUS taught at the Institute for Literature of the Technical University Berlin from 2009 to 2011 and now works as an independent scholar and teacher....
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