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German Studies towards the Millennium

Selected papers from the Conference of University Teachers of German, University of Keele, September 1999

Series:

Christopher Hall and David George Rock

Contents: Marianne Howarth: The Business of Politics; The Politics of Business. The GDR in Britain Before and After Diplomatic Recognition – Mechthild M. Matheja-Theaker: The Collapse of the German Welfare State: Women and Poverty – Jean-Marc Trouille: Germany and France - Promoting Mutual Understanding Through Cultural Bridges? – Stefan Wolff: Germany and Her Minorities Abroad – Rachel Palfreyman: Viewers and Villagers: Realism and Authenticity in Edgar Reitz's Heimat – Stuart Parkes: ‘Auschwitz und kein Ende’: The Recent Controversies Surrounding Martin Walser – Ingo Cornils: Romantic Relapse? The Literary Representation of the German Student Movement – Ian Foster: Joseph Roth and Der Neue Tag – Peter Davies: Utopia Incorporated: The Lives of Stephan Hermlin in the GDR – Tanja Nause: Post-Wende Literature and Cultural Memory: Moments of Recollection in Thomas Brussig's Novel Helden wie wir – Gertrud Reershemius: Language Change - Low German in North-West Germany – Geraldine Horan / Christian Fandrych: First Steps Towards the Year Abroad: A Multi-Media Language and Culture Course – Winifred v. Davies: A Critique of Some Common Assumptions in German Work on Language and Education – Christopher Hall: The Effectiveness of CALL in Grammar Teaching. An Evaluation Using Error Analysis – Peter Hohenhaus: An Overlooked Type of Word-formation: Dummy-compounds in German and English – Nils Langer: On the Polyfunctionality of the Auxiliary tun.