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German Studies Association conference

The 43rd GSA Conference in Portland, Oregon from October 3-6, 2019 will again host a series of seminars in addition to its regular conference sessions and roundtables.

Seminars meet for all three days of the conference during the first or second morning slot to foster extended discussion, rigorous intellectual exchange, and intensified networking. They are led by two to four conveners and consist of 10 to 20 participants, at least some of whom should be graduate students. In order to reach the goal of extended discussion, seminar organizers and participants are required to participate in all three installments of the seminar.

The submission site is at https://www.xcdsystem.com/gsa. You will use your thegsa.org username and password. Submitters must be current (2019) members. Please apply to only one seminar at a time. For more information, visit our current conference page.

The following seminars have been selected and approved for enrollment at the 2019 GSA Conference:<!–break–>

01 Asian German Studies

02 Beyond the Racial State: New Perspectives on Race in Nazi Germany

03 Beyond Versailles: From Brest-Litovsk to the End of the World War in East Central Europe (co-sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies)

04 Building Community: Approaches to Medieval and Early Modern Germany (sponsored by YMAGINA)

05 Decolonizing German Studies Curricula

06 (De)Constructing Identities through Mobilities

07 DH and German Studies: Intersections, Innovations, Opportunities (sponsored by the Digital Humanities Network)

08 Doing Emotions in German Studies (sponsored by the Emotion Studies Network)

09 The Duty of Art: Ethics and Empathy in Aesthetic Theory

10 Environments, Resources, and Power in German Central Europe

11 Family and Knowledge (sponsored by the Family and Kinship Network)

12 Football (soccer) in German-Speaking Europe: History, Politics and the Arts

13 German Politics in Popular Culture: Logics and Consequences of Transforming Political Institutions, Processes, and Actors into Entertainment

14 German-Speaking Women, Africa, and the African Diaspora

15 Global Cultural Histories

16 Goethe as a Heterodox Thinker (sponsored by the Goethe Society of North America)

17 Identity in the "Post-Truth Era"

18 In and Out of the Classroom: Innovations in Teaching German History and Culture (sponsored by the Teaching Network)

19 Interdisciplinary Community on Gender in History and German Studies

20 Kulturtechnik

21 The Nations of Philology

22 The Nazi Legacy for Today’s America

23 Nietzsche and the Birth of Modernism

24 Reviewing German Film History from the Margins

25 Revisiting Lustmord in the #MeToo Era (sponsored by the Visual Culture Network)

26 "Special Languages": Linguistic Others and Social Order

27 States of Performance

28 Sustainability and German Studies: From Ecocriticism to Community Engagement (sponsored by the Environmental Studies Network and AATG)

29 Teaching East German Culture: From the GDR to the Present

30 Tourism and the Future of Holocaust Memory in Germany and Austria

01. Asian German Studies

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