What follows is a listing of the scholarly works of the faculty in the Department of Modern Languages. You will appreciate the breadth of scholarship represented and you will recognize the importance of scholarship in our community.

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Submissions from 2014

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Review of Claire Bielby. Violent Women in Print: Representations in the West German Print Media of the 1960s and 1970s. Rochester: Camden House, 2012, Jamie Trnka

Submissions from 2011

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Choreographing Exile: Lothar Warneke’s and Omar Saavedra Santis’s Blonder Tango, Jamie Trnka

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Der Neue Mensch or el hombre nuevo? Volker Braun’s Critical Solidarity with Latin America.”, Jamie Trnka

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Review of Sarah Colvin. Ulrike Meinhof and West German Terrorism: Language, Violence, and Identity. Rochester: Camden House, 2009., Jamie Trnka

Submissions from 2009

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Review of Christine R. Johnson. The German Discovery of the World. Renaissance Encounters with the Strange and Marvelous. Charlottesville and London: U of Virginia P, 2008, Jamie Trnka

Submissions from 2008

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“Frauen, die unzeitgemäß schreiben. Bekenntnisse, Geschichte(n) und die Politik der Terrorismusliteratur.”, Jamie Trnka

Submissions from 2007

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“Beyond Victims and Perpetrators: Women Terrorists Tell Their Own Stories.”, Jamie Trnka

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“‘The struggle is over, the wounds are open’: Cinematic Tropes, History, and the RAF in Recent German Film.”, Jamie Trnka

Submissions from 2003

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“The West German Red Army Faction and its Appropriation of Latin American Urban Guerilla Struggles.”, Jamie Trnka