Category: Selma Jahnke

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Another next step

As term has reached its end, I would like to provide for some orientation in the mind map that seems to have drawn itself over the past months to guide me ahead. First, to the good news: Sabine Seifert is now working at the Fontane Archive in Potsdam and Melanie...

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Konferenzbericht „German Women Writing in its European Context, 1700-1900“

Dieser Beitrag wurde ursprünglich am 6. Juli 2011 auf dem Caroline-von-Humboldt-Forum von Selma Jahnke veröffentlicht. Internationale Tagung im Rahmen der Womens Writers of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries Conference Series der University of London, der Swansea University, der University of Sheffield und des Austrian Cultural Forum; Institute for Germanic and...

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Texts without a genre, automatized translations and a diplomat called Varnhagen von Ense

There are novelties all over the place in our digital edition and I had no idea about it! Yes, I have finally reached the blessed state in which I can’t seem to keep up with the rhythm of new features or texts implemented online. Sabine gets hold of me once...

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Seldom (maybe never) has it felt such a relief to open hypotheses.org as it is tonight. Weeks of forced blogging abstinence, rushing ahead without looking left and right, with the edition seemingly stuck in its rachitic state. But victory, victory at last! We are moving on! What a relief –...

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Encoding time depends on…

Yesterday was a big pedagogical day. Around noon, Selma and I coached a group of soon-to be teachers in the subtleties of salon culture and women writing habits in Prussia around 1800. In the evening, Toni Bernhart and I had the pleasure to be hosted by Jutta Weber to present our work...

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Boeckh Book – Back

The book August Boeckh. Philologie, Hermeneutik und Wissenschaftspolitik (under the direction of Christiane Hackel and Sabine Seifert) is now on the bookshelves (at least ours)! You can order it from the publishing house as book, e-book or as a combination of both. It is the third volume in the collection “Berliner...