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American Indian Quarterly     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 9)
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French Forum     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 9, SJR: 0.1, CiteScore: 0)
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MANTER : J. of Parasite Biodiversity     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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Studies in American Indian Literatures     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4, SJR: 0.14, CiteScore: 0)
Studies in American Naturalism     Full-text available via subscription  
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Undecidable Unconscious : A J. of Deconstruction and Psychoanalysis     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
Western American Literature     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4, SJR: 0.114, CiteScore: 0)
Women and Music: A J. of Gender and Culture     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 13)
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Feminist German Studies
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ISSN (Print) 2578-5206 - ISSN (Online) 2578-5192
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  • Today, Tomorrow, and In-Between: Straub/Huillet, the Schoenbergs, and the
           Gendered Micropolitics of Operatic Performance in Von heute auf morgen

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      Abstract: In 1974 the filmmaking team of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet engaged the symphony and opera conductor Michael Gielen to begin a collaborative project that would address concerns central to their careers in a new way.1 They turned to Arnold Schoenberg's opera Moses und Aron, a work for which Schoenberg wrote both the text and the music and that developed through halting stages as a play, libretto, and opera to its final fragmentary form in 1932 (Goldstein 160, 167). Moses und Aron had fascinated Straub/Huillet since their attendance at the first fully staged performance in Berlin in 1959, and it motivated them to explore how film and opera might work in concert (Byg 141). As complex forms of art and ... Read More
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  • Beginning the Legacy of GDR Figure Skating but Stopping Short: Gaby
           Seyfert's Performance of Her Eigensinn

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      Abstract: "Our Gaby first atop the podium, WE first atop the podium."1After triumphing at the World Championship in women's figure skating in 1969 and 1970, the East German skater Gaby Seyfert seemed poised to win the 1972 Olympic gold medal. This historic moment and crowning achievement would have made her the first skater from the German Democratic Republic (GDR) to do so. However, in 1970 she decided to retire from the amateur ranks in order to get married and pursue a life beyond skating. When she gave her retirement speech, not only her fellow skaters and the sports federation mourned the loss of such a great talent, but so did an entire nation.Unlike sports in which sheer force and exactitude determine the victor ... Read More
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  • Did You Know Facebook Has Sixty Genders' Trans*Humiliation as a
           Performative Politics of Right-Wing Women

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      Abstract: Late August, 2010. It was my first night in Berlin as a dissertating graduate student. After spending several weeks in Bonn for a fellowship orientation, the other fellows and I had moved en masse to Weißensee, a gentrifying district of Berlin northeast of the inner city. Nestled in between Pankow and Lichtenberg, districts known for their right-wing scenes, Weißensee has an extended-stay hotel where we were housed (Geyer 70; "Neues Nazizentrum"; Radtke). I arrived after dark and walked back to the streetcar stop to see what was open after 8 p.m. I found a sleepy Chinese restaurant where I was the sole customer.I have no memory of what I ate, because on my walk back to the hotel I crossed paths with two young ... Read More
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  • Editors' Introduction

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      Abstract: This issue is our second special issue and our first with guest editors. It also marks the second year of our new, semi-annual publication schedule. Beginning in 2020, the special topic issue is published in spring/summer, and the regular issue in fall/winter. Only the regular issue includes book reviews. As the continuing Covid-19 pandemic forces our separation, we hope that this issue of Feminist German Studies with the special topic "Performing Resistance" will provide an opportunity for connection across distance, intellectual engagement, and, of course, inspiration for resistance. We wish you happy ... Read More
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  • Special Issue: Performing Resistance

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      Abstract: The history of performance studies starts with the history of theater studies, and that history starts with resistance. "The fight for scholarly recognition by a new, young area of research" wrote theater scholar Hans Knudsen, "is mostly a fight for the method, the particular way of working."1 When Knudsen wrote those words in 1927, theater studies (Theaterwissenschaft) was, in fact, a nascent field of academic research, only about a decade into the process of resisting the constraints of theater history (Theatergeschichte) and of literary studies (Literaturwissenschaft). Neither purely historical nor purely textual, the method that theater studies fought for combined both of those perspectives with a wide range of ... Read More
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  • Recalcitrance, Resistance, and Revolt in Daniel Casper von Lohenstein's
           Ibrahim Sultan

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      Abstract: The German baroque writer Daniel Casper von Lohenstein (1635–83) is known for confronting his audience with rather heterodox female characters, especially in comparison to the plays of his contemporaries, in which women fight and even sacrifice themselves for their spiritual beliefs, although less often for political agency. All of Lohenstein's female protagonists perform political resistance. The heroine of Epicharis (1665), one of the leaders of the Pisonian conspiracy against the Roman emperor Nero, has been read as an example of "chaste resistance" to the political as well as erotic despot (Wild 88–90). The queens in Cleopatra (1661/1680) and Sophonisbe (1669) enact resistance to the expansion of the Roman ... Read More
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  • Women of Aktion: Performance, Gender, and the German Revolution of 1918

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      Abstract: In 1918 the kaiser was swept from power by a popular uprising of sailors, soldiers, and civilians that spread rapidly from Kiel in the North to Munich in the South, culminating in the declaration of a republic in Berlin on 9 November and the signing of the Armistice two days later (Jones; Niess; and Haffner). The roots of the revolution were much deeper than these few days in autumn 1918, however; there was antiwar resistance throughout World War I. The allied naval blockade and the German government's mismanagement of the food supply led to shortages as early as 1915, which fueled antiwar sentiment (Davis, Home Fires Burning; Daniel). Men and women increasingly took to the streets to protest their lack of food ... Read More
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  • Passing Acts of Resistance on Postwar Bodily Battlegrounds: Comparative
           Vulnerabilities in the Autobiographical Works of Hans Massaquoi, Ruth
           Klüger, and Anonymous/Marta Hillers

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      Abstract: The post–World War II occupation period in Germany ushered in new-found liberties, but it also perpetuated existing and intersecting modes of oppression. White Germans' racialization of Black Germans and German Jews prior to and during the war excluded, expelled, and expunged them from the national body politic. Oriented through their discursively, politically, and socially constructed otherness, their status as Germans was revoked, particularly since their racial embodiment upended the doctrine of white supremacy that undergirded National Socialism. These groups' bodies were not only racialized but also gendered, sexualized, and nationalized, placing them in perilous and precarious positions. They again found ... Read More
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