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Humanities Center, Vanderbilt University, April 2002.

“Die jüdischen Salons in Berlin als Orte weiblicher Geselligkeit.” Keynote address,

lecture series, Graduiertenkolleg: “Makom. Ort und Orte im Judentum,” Philosophische Fakultät, Universität Potsdam, April 2002.


Moderator, conference “Austrian Writers Confront the Past,” Department of German,

University of Pennsylvania, April 2002.

“Paternal Lines: Philip Roth Writes His Autobiography.” Department of English,

Clemson University, Clemson, SC, March 2002.

“Weimar: Town and Gardens” Dinner talk, Science and Technology Wing, English

College House, University of Pennsylvania, March 2002.

“Goethe in Weimar.” Lunch time talk, University Scholars, University of Pennsylvania,

February 2002.

“Paternity: Contemporary American Jewish Autobiographies.” Contemporary Jewish

Autobiography. Symposium. Universität Münster, October 2001.

“Abschied vom Judentum.” Romantik und Religion. Symposium organized by the

Stiftung für Romantikfoschung, Munich, October 2001.

“Baubo lacht: Oder können Frauen Komödie spielen?” Institut für Textilforschung,

Universität Dortmund, July 2001.

“Offensichtlichkeit: Kunst und Literatur nach dem Holocaust.” Hochschule für Jüdische

Studien Heidelberg, July 2001.

“Dora geht.” Des Feminismus neue Kleider—Fragezeichen: Genderdiskurse in den

Kulturwissenschaften: Ringvorlesung, Literaturwissenschaftliches Seminar, Universität Hamburg, June 2001.

“Ein Medizinstudent führt Tagebuch.” Ludwig Börne. International Conference at the

Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Bersheba, and the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, May 2001.

“In Plain Sight,” Department of German, University of Liverpool, England, April 2001.

“A Classic Life: Picturing Moses Mendelssohn.” Philomathean Society, University of

Pennsylvania, April 2001.

“A Classic Life: Picturing Moses Mendelssohn.” Bucknell University, March 2001.

“Realist Visions.” “The Practice of Style: Literature and the Visual Arts from Weimar

Classsicism to the Present.” Conference, University of Pennsylvania, March 2001.

“Dining Out: Walter Benjamin Meets Goethe.” Keynote Lecture, Discourses of Desire.

Graduate Student Conference, Department of German, University of Virginia, February 2001.

“In Plain Sight.” Department of German Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,

February 2001.

“Dining Out: Walter Benjamin Meets Goethe.” Conference, “Noah’s Ark: Jewish-

German Concepts of Culture.” Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel, November 2000.

“Kafka’s Parables.” Seminar; KafkaFest, Department of German and Penn Freshmen

Reading Project, University of Pennsylvania, October 2000.

“Freud’s Dora.” A Response to Patrick Mahony. Seminar on Freud, Philadelphia

Psychoanalytic Association, September 2000.

Respondent, panel on Jewish-Christian Dialogue in the Enlightenment, “Hebraica

Veritas?” conference, Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania, May 2000.

Member, Roundtable Discussion, “The City: Conflict, Innovation, Hybridization.”

6th Annual Graduate Romanic Association Colloquium, Department of Romance Languages, University of Pennsylvania, April 2000.

“Kleist’s ‘Michael Kohlhaas’.” Conference, “Heinrich von Kleist’s Works: Aspects of


Displacement and Deracination.” 15. St. Louis Symposium on German Literature. Washington University in St. Louis, March-April, 2000.

“Theorizing Imperialism: Hannah Arendt Discovers South Africa.” MLA Conference,

Chicago, December 1999.

“In Search of the Mother Tongue: Hannah Arendt’s German-Jewish Literature.” Lecture series on German-Jewish literature, Hofstra University, December 1999.

“Der Rothschild der Maler und der Dichterfürst.” Germanistisches Seminar, Justus

Liebig-Universität Gieβen, November 1999.

“Baubo lacht.” Conference, “Theorie der Komödie/ Poetik der Komödie,” Rheinische

Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, November 1999.

“Goethe and the New Philosophy.” Conference, “Goethe and the Age of Romanticism,”

Stiftung für Romantikforschung. Princeton University, November 1999.

“Views from the Judengasse.” Conference, “Goethe in German-Jewish Culture,”

University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 1999.

“Black, White, and Gold.” Edgar Allan Poe symposium, Katholische Universität Eichstätt, Eichstätt, September 1999.

“Eduard Fuchs und die Ökonomie der Karikatur.” Symposium, “Antisemitismus in visuellen Medien des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts,” Evangelische Akademie Arnoldsheim. Arnoldsheim, June 1999.

“Rahel Varnhagen, Hannah Arendt, and me.” Knesset Israel Synagogue, Cheltenham, PA. May 1999.

Moderator, conference “Operative Communities? The Jewish Question in France from Durkheim to Levinas” University of Pennsylvania, May 1999.

“Life of a Goddess: Henriette Herz Writes Her Autobiography.” Braun Lecture in the

History of Jews in Prussia, Bar Ilan University. Ramat Gan, Israel, May 1999.

“Classic Lives.” Annual Conference, Center for Judaic Studies. University of

Pennsylvania, April 1999.

“Critics in Dark Times: Hannah Arendt reads Walter Benjamin.” Deutsches Haus, New York University. New York, March 1999.

“Publishing Books: Kritik: German Literary Theory and Cultural Studies.” AATG panel on publishing in German, MLA Conference, San Francisco, December 1998.

“Literary Therapy: Lazarus Bendavid’s Contributions to the Magazin zur Erfahrungsseelenkunde.” Center for Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania, November 1998.

“Auf der Suche nach der Muttersprache: Möglichkeiten einer deutsch-jüdischen Literatur, 1800-1933.” Gesellschaft für deutsche Sprache, Zweigstelle Philadelphia, November 1998.

Respondent, Sojourners, film by John Bornemann and Jeffrey Peck. Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures and Jewish Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania, November 1998.

“Wiederholungen.” Colloquium, “Erinnern und Vergessen in der europäischen

Romantik.” Stiftung für Romantikforschung, München, October 1998.

Member, panel discussion on Women’s Studies. Symposium to Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Women’s Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania, September 1998.

“Critics in Dark Times.” Symposium to Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Women’s Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania, September 1998.

“Auf der Suche nach der Muttersprache: Hannah Arendts Entwurf einer deutsch-

jüdischen Literatur.” Ringvorlesung, Heinrich Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, May 1998.

“In Search of the Mother Tongue: Hannah Arendt’s German-Jewish Literature.” Boston University, Boston, April 1998.

Member, panel discussion on Franz Kafka. Kelly Writers House, University of Pennsylvania, March 1998.

“Hannah Arendt’s Rahel Varnhagen.” Books and Authors, Gershman Y, Philadelphia, March 1998.

“In Search of the Mother Tongue: Hannah Arendt’s German-Jewish Literature.” Leo

Baeck Institute, New York, February 1998.

“On Thomas Mann’s ‘Tonio Kröger.’” session of the Faculty Seminar, Wharton School/School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, January 1998.

“In Search of the Mother Tongue.” Symposium: “Hannah Arendt in Jerusalem,” Richard Koebner Center for German History, Van Leer Institute, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. December 1997.

“In Search of the Mother Tongue: Hannah Arendt’s German-Jewish Literature.” Deutsches Haus, Columbia University, October 1997.

“Preisfragen zu einem Leben vor und nach 1933,” Symposium, “Ewige Wiederkehr oder Fortschrittsglaube?-- Zur Aktualität Karl Löwiths-- .” Marburg, July 1997.

“Feminist Theory and Psychoanalytic Theory,” with Ayako Kano. Presentation for the

Women’s Studies Feminist Theory Seminar, Women’s Studies Program

University of Pennsylvania, April 1997.

“Critics in Dark Times: Hannah Arendt Reads Walter Benjamin.” Writer’s House, University of Pennsylvania, March 1997.

“Jews, Hebrews, or Germans? Religious and Economic Conversion in Herder.” Seminar: The West in Global Perspectives, University of Pennsylvania, February 1997.

Moderator and respondent, “German Cultural Studies: Approaches to the City of Weimar.” The Second Davidson German Studies Symposium. Davidson College, February 1997.

“Auf der Suche nach der Muttersprache: Hannah Arendts Entwurf einer deutsch- jüdischen Literatur.” Literaturwissenschaftliches Seminar, Universität Hamburg, February 1997.

“Hannah Arendt on Walter Benjamin.” (session) Hannah Arendt and German Literature. MLA Conference, Washington, December 1996.

Respondent to Charles Taylor, “Modernity and the Rise of the Public Sphere,” University of Pennsylvania, October 1996.

“Fußnoten. Zum Ort der ästhetischen Erfahrung in Lazarus Bendavids Selbstbiographie.” XVII. Deutscher Kongreß für Philosophie, Leipzig, September 1996.

Respondent, “Gender and Genre: Reading and Readers in Cultural Context.” Gruss Colloquium in Judaic Studies: Learning and Literacy in the Judaic Tradition: A Comparative and Interdisciplinary Inquiry. University of Pennsylvania, April-May, 1996.

“Bilderwechsel: Barthes, Freud, Benjamin und die Ökonomie der Photographie.”

Ästhetik zur Zeitenwende. Zweiter Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ästhetik. Hannover, März 1996.

“Ist der Holocaust ausstellbar?” Ringvorlesung, “Konzepte und Praxisformen einer ‘Gedächtniskultur’ zur Erfahrung ‘Auschwitz’.” Universität Hamburg, Germany, February 1996.

“Bilderwechsel: Barthes, Freud, Benjamin und die Ökonomie der Photographie.” Graduierten-Kolleg, Universität Siegen, February 1996.

“Schreiben als Selbstentwurf: Zu Briefen Rahel Levin Varnhagens.” Institut für deutsche

Literatur, Universität Würzburg, February 1996.

Moderator, session “Poe the Pundit I,” MLA Conference, Chicago, December 1995.

“Image, Writing, Ideology: Notes on a Picture by Keith Haring.” History of the Book Seminar, University of Pennsylvania, December 1995.

“Circulating Images: Notes on the Photographic Exchange.” Institute for German Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., October 1995.

“Auge, Abbild, Text: Optische Theorien und die Literatur des Realismus.” “Wissen in der Literatur,” Drittes Internationales Hamburger Symposium zur Literaturgeschichtsschreibung, Hamburg, Germany, October 1995.

Commentator, session “The Female Body: Benjamin, Kafka, Weininger.” German

Studies Association Conference, Chicago, September 1995.

“Der Philosoph als Selbstbeobachter: Zu den Schriften Lazarus Bendavids.” IVG Tagung,

Vancouver, Canada, August 1995.

“Der Philosoph als Erfahrungsseelenkundler: Zu einer Fallstudie Lazarus Bendavids.”

Ninth International Congress on the Enlightenment, Münster, Germany, July 1995.

“Bilderwechsel: Barthes, Freud, Benjamin und die Photographie.” Seminar für deutsche Philologie, Universität Mannheim, July 1995.

“Zur Ausstellung des Fremden.” Oberseminar Neugermanistik, Ruhr-Universität

Bochum, July 1995.

“Judentum-- Femininität-- politische Erfahrung: Das Denken von Hannah Arendt.” Symposium, University of Pennsylvania and the Université de Genève, Geneva, May 1995.

Moderator, Sessions “Violence and Theory” and “Exquisite Violence.” Conference on “Women, Sexuality, and Violence,” University of Pennsylvania, March-April, 1995.

“Intersections: History and Literature,” Keynote Address, German Graduate Student Conference, University of Pennsylvania, March 1995.

“Circulating Images: Notes on the Photographic Exchange.” Diversity of Language

Faculty Seminar, University of Pennsylvania, February 1995.

“True Confessions: Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnhagen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” Penn Club, New York, February 1995.

“True Confessions: Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnhagen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” Department of Germanics, University of Washington, Seattle, February 1995.

Response to Greg Urban, “Rocks That Talk: Dream Image and Dream Discourse in an Amerindian Society.” Ethnohistory Workshop, University of Pennsylvania, February 1995.

“The Realist Eye: Reflections on August Sander’s Photography.” German Department Max Kade Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania, January 1995.

“Bilderverkehr: Barthes, Benjamin, Freud und die Ökonomie der Photographie.” Germanistisches Institut, Universität Bochum, January 1995.

“Facing the Twentieth Century: Narrative Realism in August Sander’s Photography.” MLA Conference, San Diego, December 1994.

Moderator, “Strategies of Power in Poe’s Fiction I.” MLA Conference, San Diego, December 1994.

“Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnhagen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” German Department and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, November 1994.

“Circulating Images: Notes on the Photographic Exchange.” Diversity of Language Faculty Seminar, University of Pennsylvania, November 1994.

Presenter, “Graduate Student Career Options: The Sixth Annual Fall Academic Career Conference.” University of Pennsylvania, October 1994.

“Circulating Images: After Barthes, After Benjamin.” Conference, “after roland barthes.” University of Pennsylvania, April 1994.

Panelist, “Spielberg’s Holocaust: A Discussion on Schindler’s List.” Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, March 1994.

“Natur und Kunstwerk bei Stifter und Heidegger.” Ästhetik und Naturerfahrung. Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ästhetik e.V. Hannover, March 1994.

Moderator, “Poe and Poetry.” MLA Conference, Toronto, December 1993.

“Street Talk: (Jewish) Philosophy Loses Its Innocence.” MLA Conference, Toronto, December 1993.

“Life as a Goddess: The Memoirs of Henriette Herz.” Colloquium University of Pennsylvania/ University of Geneva. Conference, University of Pennsylvania, October 1993.

“Bodies in Pain: Reflections on the Jewish Salon.” Colloquium, The German-Jewish Dialogue: A Non-Event? University of Wisconsin, Madison. October 1993.

“Vergangenheitsbewältigung: Ein Gang durch die Ausstellung ‘Jüdische Lebenswelten’ in Berlin.” Universität Rostock, July 1993.

“Weibliche Körpersprachen: Wort und Bild bei Henriette Herz.” Universität Rostock, July 1993.

Presentation and discussant, Karl Jaspers Vorlesungen zu Fragen der Zeit, Colloquium “Zeitbruch im Erbe Europas,” Halle (Saale), June/July 1993.

“Hebräer oder Juden? Religiöse und politische Bekehrung bei Herder.” Mendelssohn-Colloquium, Moses Mendelssohn-Zentrum, Universität Potsdam, Juni 1993.

“Henriette Herz: Self-Representations of an Eighteenth-Century Berlin Jewish Woman.” University of Pennsylvania Women’s Club, Philadelphia, April 1993.

“Exhibiting the Jew: Notes on a Berlin Exhibition.” “Nation-State: Interrogating the Hyphen,” Fifth Annual Interdisciplinary Conference: University of Pennsylvania/Princeton University/Rutgers University, Philadelphia, April 1993.

“Literary Therapy: Moritz’ Magazin and the Possibilities of Jewish Authorship.” MLA Conference, New York, December 1992.

Moderator, “New Facts in the Case of M. Poe I.” MLA Conference, New York, December 1992.

“On Exhibitions and Memory.” Presentation, Graduate Student Organization, Program Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania, November 1992.

“Die Ausstellbarkeit des Fremden: Zur Literaturtheorie als cultural studies.” Zweites Hamburger Kolloquium zur Literaturwissenschaft. Hamburg, Germany, October 1992.

“Autobiographie und Erfahrungsseelenkunde: Zu den Erinnerungen Salomon Maimons.” “Der ganze Mensch”: Symposium der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft. Wolfenbüttel, Germany, September 1992.

“Hebräer oder Juden? Religiöse und politische Bekehrung bei Herder.” Internationales Herder Symposium. Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Bochum, Germany, June 1992.

“True Confessions: Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnhagen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” Department of Foreign Languages, Univer­sity of Rochester. Rochester, NY, April 1992.

“Henriette Herz’ Memoirs: The Writing of a 19th Century German-Jewish Woman.” Jewish Studies Seminar, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, March 1992.

“‘Weiningers Nacht’: A presentation of Joshua Sobol’s drama and Paulus Manker’s film version.” Jewish Film Festival, Philadel­phia, February 1992.

“Weibliche Körpersprachen.” Symposium: Jüdisches Leben in Deutsch­land. Berlin, January 1992.

“Framing the Enlightenment.” East-West Seminar in Eighteenth-Century Studies. Oxford University. Oxford, England, July 1991.

“Henriette Herz Remembers.” Eighth International Congress on the Enlightenment. University of Bristol. Bristol, England, July 1991.

“Gothic Spaces: The Political Aesthetics of Toni Morrison’s Beloved.” Norwich International Goth­ic Con­fer­e­nce. Uni­ver­sity of East Ang­lia. Norwich, Eng­lan­d, July 1991.

“True Confessions: Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnhagen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” Symposium, “Women and Writing: Feminist Perspectives on German Literature 1650-Today.” Indiana University. Blooming­ton, IN., March 1991.

“Rahel Varnhagen: A German-Jewish Woman in Late Eighteenth-Century Berlin.”

Friends of the Library Lecture, Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania. February 1991.

“What Has Been Unified?” Discussion panel, Modern Language College House, University of Pennsylvania, January 1991.

“True Confessions: Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnhagen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” PARSS Seminar paper, “The Diversity of Language,” University of Pennsylvania, January 1991.

“The Enlightenment Dances.” MLA Conference, Chicago. December 1990.

“True Confessions: Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnhagen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” Swarthmore College, November 1990.

“Writing Difference: Rahel Varnhagen’s ‘Nation.’” Sec­ond In­ter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence of the IS­SEI, “Com­pa­ra­tive His­tory of Euro­pean Na­tion­al­ism: Eu­rope To­wards 199­2.” Cath­olic Uni­ver­sity of Leuv­en, Bel­gium, Sep­tem­ber 1990.

Discussant, “Disciplines and Disciplinarity in the 18th-Century and in Our Times.” International Herder Symposium, Universi­ty of Virginia, Charlottes­ville, April 1990.

“Taking Steps: Writing Traces in Adalbert Stifter.” The Interna­tional Association for Philosophy and Literature, “Bodies: Image, Writing, Techno­logy.” Universi­ty of California, Irvine, April 1990.

“Utopian Spaces: Bloch, Lukàcs, Pontoppidan.” Theory Col­lo­qui­um, De­p­art­ment of Ger­manic Lan­guag­es and Lit­era­tu­res, Prin­ceton Uni­ver­si­ty, April 1990.

“Soziale Mimesis: Versuche der Anpassung um 1800.” Delta Phi Alpha Lec­ture, Uni­ver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia, March 1990.

Moderator, symposium “The Voices of Jewish Women.” Cornell Uni­ver­sity. Itha­ca, NY., Feb­ruary 1990.

“Utopian Spaces: Bloch, Lukàcs, Pontoppidan.” CLASS and Pro­gram in Com­para­tive Lit­era­ture and Crit­ical Theo­ry, Uni­ver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia, Feb­ruary 1990.

“True Confessions: Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnha­gen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” Boston University, Boston, MA. February 1990.

“True Confessions: Hannah Arendt, Rahel Varnha­gen, and the Writing of (Auto)biography.” Leo Baeck Institute, New York, January 1990.

“‘True Confessions’: Hannah Arendt and the Writings of Auto­biog­ra­phy.” SAMLA Confer­e­nce, At­lan­ta, GA., No­vem­ber 1989.

Response to William Chase, “Salvaging a Tradi­tion: The Core Curriculum in Higher Educa­tion.” Sym­posium, “The Decline of Western Knowledge?” School of Continuing Education, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD., April 1989.

“Literatur als Repräsentationsform: Zur Lektüre von Lektüre.” Erstes Hamburger Kolloquium zur Lite­raturin­ter­pretation und Literaturge­schichte. Universität Ham­burg, March 1989.

“Utopian Spaces: Bloch, Lukàcs, Pontoppidan.” (lecture series) “The German

Contribution to Literary Theory.” University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, January 1989.

“Telling Lines.” MLA Confer­ence. New Orleans. Decem­ber 1988.

Response to Joan DeJean, “Sappho in Nineteenth-Century Germany.” Women’s Studies Seminar, Women’s Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania, Philadel­phia, PA., December 1988.

“Stepping Out: Rahel Varnhagen, a German Jewish Writer between Enlightenment and Roman­ticism. ­“German Depart­ment, Amherst College, Amherst, MA., November 1988.

“On Disciplines.” Thesenpapier. “German Studies in the United States: Models and New Directions.” A Working Confer­ence at Emory University. Atlanta, GA., Septem­ber/Octo­ber 1988.

“Translation and Acculturation: Rahel Varnha­gen’s Letters.” Conference “Beyond Transla­tion.” The University of Warwick. Coventry, England, July 1988.

“Re-directing the Search for Origins: Johann Gottlieb Fichte’s Concept of Language.” Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. Knox­ville, TN., April 1988.

“A Philosopher’s Style: Reading Fichte’s Geist und Buch­sta­b.” Sym­po­sium: Literary His­ tory and Cul­tural S­tud­ies. Cen­ter for Ad­van­ced Stud­ies at the Uni­ver­sity of

Vir­ginia. Char­lot­tes­vil­le, VA, April 1988.

“Philosophy and the Fairy Tale: Ernst Bloch as ­Nar­ra­tor.” Sym­po­sium: “The Playgr­ound of Text­uali­ty.” De­tro­it, MI, March 1988.

“Shifting Margins: Poe’s Conchologist’s First Book ­and the Writing of the Marginalia.” MLA Con­ference. San Francis­co, CA., December 1987.

“Turns of Emancipation: On Rahel Varnhagen’s Letters.” Jewish Studies Program, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY, November 1987.

“Schreiben als Selbstentwurf. Zu den Schriften Rahel V­arn­ha­gens und Doro­thea Schlegels.” Per­spek­ti­ven­wech­sel: Sym­po­sium zur Soz­ial­ge­schichte der deut­schen L­ite­ratur. Schloß Reis­ensb­urg bei Günz­burg, Ba­yern, September 1987.

“Natur als Gleichnis: Sprache und Bild bei Ralph Waldo Emerson.” Fünftes Hamburger Kollo­quium zur Ästhetik und Kultur­theo­rie, “Ästhe­tik der Natur.” Ham­burg, June 1987.

“New and Old Homes: German Writers in American Exile.” Leo Baeck Institute, Baltimore Chapter. Baltimore, MD., April 1987.

“The Master’s Theme, and Some Variations: Doro­thea Schlegel’s Florentin as Bildungsroman.” Kentucky Foreign Language Con­ference. Lexington, KY., April 1986.

“Schiller’s Geisterseher and theBoundaries of Fiction.” SAMLA. Atlanta, GA., November 1986.

“Kants Träume eines Geistersehers und die Moral der Philos­ophie.” Viertes Hamburger Kolloquium zur Ästhetik und Kultur­theorie, “Ästhetische Erfahrung und die ‘Moral der Kun­st’.” Hamburg, May 1986.

“Vergleichende und allgemeine Literaturwissenschaft/ Komp­ar­ati­stik als philosophische und theo­rie­bil­dende In­stanz der Literatur­wis­sen­sch­aft in den USA? Ein ‘tra­nsat­lanti­sches Gesp­räch­‘.” Ober­semi­nar: Lit­era­tu­rge­schi­cht­liche Proj­ekte und methodi­sche Pro­ble­me, Univ­ersi­tät Ham­burg, May 1986.

“Selbstbeschreibung als pädagogischer Diskurs: Rahel Varnhagens Briefe.” Rahel Levin: Convegno Inter­nazionale. Università degli studi di Torino. Turin. April 1986.

“Desired Reconciliations: On Language as Experi­ment.” MLA Conferen­ce. Chica­go, IL., December 1985.

“Myth, History, Enlightenment: The Silence of the Si­ren­s.” MLA Con­fer­en­ce. Chicago, IL., De­cem­ber 1985.

“Teaching One’s Self: Rahel Varnhagen’s Letters as Pedagogical Discourse.” AATG Con­ference. New York, November 1985.

“Writing on the Wall: Letters of Rahel Varnha­gen.” Louis B. Kaplan Seminar in Jewish Culture and Civili­zation, Baltimore Hebrew College. Bal­timore, MD., April 1985.

“Die neuen Leiden des jungen W. Introduction to the Film Version of the Drama by Ulrich Plenz­dorf.” The Goethe Society of Ameri­ca, Maryland Chapter, Baltimore, March 1985.

“Jewish Women and the Berlin Salon: Emancipa­tion and German Culture;” “The Jewish Com­muni­ty in Berlin: A Short History from the Enlighten­ment to the Present.” Weekend seminar, Harford Jewish Center. Havre de Grace, MD., March 1985.

“Jewish Life in Berlin: Notes on a Community from the l8th Century to the Present.” Wednes­day Noon Series, The Johns Hopkins University. Bal­timore, MD., November 1984.

“Savage Allegory: A Reading of Poe.” William Bennett Munro Memorial Seminar, Cali­fornia Insti­tute of Tech­nology. Los Angel­es, CA., May 1984.

“Savage Allegory: Poe’s ‘Murders in the Rue Morgue,’”Foreign Language Conference, East Tennessee State University. Johnson City, TN., October 1984.

“Truth and Representation: The Shadow Image in Lavater and Chamisso.” Georgia Colloquium 1984. Athens, GA., May 1984.

Seminar, “Adventures in Reading: Editing Poe’s Julius Rodman,” Hu­mani­ties Collo­ quium, Humani­ties Cen­ter, The Johns Hopkins University, February 1984.

“Film Critics on Film.” Moderation of a panel dis­cussion. First Women’s Film Festival, Univer­sity of Maryland, Baltimore County. Catonsville, MD., December 1983.

“Allegory, Metaphor, and the Problem of Narra­tion.” MLA Conference. Los Angeles, CA., December 1982.


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