Goethe Yearbook 27 [Hardback]

Patricia Anne Simpson(Editor); Birgit Tautz(Editor)

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ISBN: 9781640140615 | Published by: Camden House | Series: Goethe Yearbook | Year of Publication: 2020 | 400p, H9 x W6, 2 b/w.
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Goethe Yearbook 27

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The Goethe Yearbook is a publication of the Goethe Society of North America, showcasing North American and international scholarship on Goethe and other authors and aspects of the Goethezeit. Volume 27 features the yearbook's first Forum, a discussion of the impact of Digital Humanities (DH) and "computational criticism" on Goethe scholarship and eighteenth-century German Studies more broadly. For this launch, invited contributors were askedto consider the canon in comparison to "the great unread" (Margaret Cohen): the vast expanse of uncanonized texts. The contributions evince approaches that go beyond the established binary of scholarly methods vs. data sciences; they also explore DH as a way of navigating the gendered fault lines of canon formation. Beyond the Forum, there are articles on Goethe's self-marketing, on several of his major works, and on pivotal topics in them (orientation, der Gang, and transgression); on nascent anthropology, on Creativity Studies, and on other eighteenth-century figures (Rahel Levin Varnhagen, Karl Phillip Moritz). A newly discovered text by August von Kotzebue, sample entries fromthe prodigious work in progress Lexikon of Philosophical Concepts, and the customary book review section round out the volume.

Richard B. Apgar, Constanze Baum, Jane K. Brown, Matt Erlin, Renata Fuchs, Matthew Handelman, Katrin Henzel, Stefan Höppner, Julie Koser, James Manalad, Clark Muenzer, Maike Oergel, Andrew Piper, Mattias Pirholt, Michael Saman, Renata Schellenberg, Helmut J. Schneider, Oliver Simons, Leif Weatherby, George S. Williamson, Karin A. Wurst.

Patricia Anne Simpson is Professor of German at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Birgit Tautz is George Taylor Files Professor of Modern Languages at Bowdoin College. Book review editor Sean Franzel is Associate Professor of German at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Table of Contents

Editors' Preface
"O dass kein Flügel mich vom Boden hebt": Gang und Blick als Figuren der Überschreitung in Goethes Dichtung (Werthers Leiden, Hermann und Dorothea, Wahlverwandtschaften, Faust)
Werther's Pulse
Moritz's Veil: Observations and the Rupture of Individuality in Magazin zur Erfahrungsseekenkunde
Disinterested Love: Ethics and Aesthetics in Karl Philipp Moritz's "Versuch einer Vereinigung aller schönen Künste und Wissenschaften unter dem Begriff des in sich selbst Vollendeten"
Refugee Reception in Goethe's Hermann und Dorothea
"Sie hat den Gegenstand": Rahel Levin Varnhagen's Subliminal Dialogue with Goethe
Cultural Heritage v. Legal Inheritance
Towards Goethean Anthropology: From Nature and Art to Human Society
The Creative Experiment Weimar
FORUM: THE GREAT UNREAD
Introduction
From Literature to Metadata
Recovery and Obsolescence: Feminist Scholarship, Computational Criticism, and the Canon
Literarische Kleinformen als Mittler zwischen Kanon und "The Great Unread" am Beispiel des Stammbuchs der Goethezeit
Temporary Canonicity and the Horizontal Perspective: Digitization and the Emergence of "Forgotten Canons"
Kanon und Digitalität
Measuring Unreading
Digital 1800
Forum Bibliography
SPECIAL SECTION: NEW MATERIALS
Tales of Love and Folly: August von Kotzebue's Mein Umgang mit dem schönen Geschlecht
Notes on the Following Text: Mein Umgang mit dem schönen Geschlecht by August von Kotzebue
Mein Umgang mit dem schönen Geschlecht
SPECIAL SECTION: SAMPLE ENTRIES from the GOETHE-LEXICON of PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTS
Begriff
Irrlichtelieren
Book Reviews

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