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Firth, C (2009) 'Die leere Mitte': Narrative Desire and Loss in Moos auf den Steinen and its Filmic Adaptation. Modern Austrian Literature, 42 (4). 47 - 67 (20). ISSN 0026-7503

Firth, C (2011) Silencing the Provincial Other: Focalisation, Identification and Power in Franz Innerhofer's Schöne Tage. German Life and Letters, 64 (4). 570 - 587 (17). ISSN 0016-8777


Hartley, DJ (2016) Combined and uneven styles in the modern world-system: stylistic ideology in José de Alencar, Machado de Assis and Thomas Hardy. European Journal of English Studies, 20 (3). ISSN 1382-5577 (In Press)


King, L, Stark, J and Cooke, PA (2016) Experiencing the digital world: The cultural value of digital engagement with heritage. Heritage and Society. ISSN 2159-032X (In Press)


Sharp, IE (2014) Geschlechtergeschichte und die erforschung des Ersten Weltkrieges in Deutschland: entwicklungen und perspektiven. Geschichte und Region / Storia e Regione, 23 (2). ISSN 1121-0303

Sharp, IE (2016) Legacies of war: international women’s movements in the aftermath of war. In: ifa Edition Culture and Foreign Policy: European Commemoration 2014. European Commemoration/Europäische Erinnerungskulturen 2014, 16-17 Dec 2014, Berlin, Germany. ifa , pp. 92-102. (In Press)

Sharp, IE (2016) Sisterhood at war: challenges and commitment to internationalism in the organised women's movement 1914-1924. In: UNSPECIFIED La Grande Guerra delle italiane: Mobilitazioni, diritti, trasformazioni. The Great War and Italian Women: Mobilisation, directions, transformations., 24 Sep 2015. . (In Press)

Sharp, IE (2014) ‘A foolish dream of sisterhood’: anti-pacifist debates in the German women’s movement 1914-1919. In: Hämmerle, C, Überegger, O and Bader-Zaar, B, (eds.) Gender and the First World War. Palgrave Macmillian . ISBN 978-1-137-30219-9

Sharp, IE (2016) ‘An unbroken family’? Gertrud Bäumer and the German Women’s movement’s return to international work in the 1920s. Women's History Review. ISSN 0961-2025

Sharp, IE and Stibbe, M (2016) Introduction: Women’s international activism during the inter-war period, 1919-1939. Women's History Review. ISSN 0961-2025

Summers, C (2016) The playwright as epic translator? Mother Courage and the intertextual construction of an 'English Brecht'. German Life and Letters, 69 (2). pp. 233-255. ISSN 0016-8777

Summers, CS (2014) Patterns of Authorship: The Translation of Christa Wolf’s Kindheitsmuster. German Life and Letters, 67 (3). 378 - 398. ISSN 1468-0483

Summers, CS (2012) Translating the Author-Function: The (Re)Narration of Christa Wolf. New Voices in Translation Studies (8). 170 - 187. ISSN 1819-5644

Summers, CS 'What Remains': The Institutional Reframing of Authorship in Translated Peritexts. In: Pellatt, V, (ed.) Text, Extra-text, Meta-text and Para-text in Translation. Cambridge Scholars Press .

Summers, CS (2015) World Authorship as a Struggle for Consecration: Christa Wolf and Der geteilte Himmel in the English-speaking world. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, 51 (2). 148 - 172. ISSN 0037-1939


Taberner, S (2012) Was gesagt werden muss: Günter Grass's 'Israel/Iran' poem of april 2012. German Life and Letters, 65 (4). 518 - 531. ISSN 0016-8777

Taberner, SJ (2013) Aging and Old-Age Style in Günter Grass, Ruth Klüger, Christa Wolf, and Martin Walser: The Mannerism of a Late Period. Camden House . ISBN 1-57113-578-2

Taberner, SJ (2015) Some reflections on the passing of Günter Grass (1927-2015). German Studies Review, 38 (3). pp. 483-489. ISSN 0149-7952

Taberner, SJ (2016) The possibilities and pitfalls of a Jewish cosmopolitanism. Reading Natan Sznaider through Russian-Jewish writer Olga Grjasnowa’s German-language novel Der Russe ist einer, der Birken liebt (All Russians love Birch trees). European Review of History / Revue européenne d'histoire, 23 (5-6). pp. 912-930. ISSN 1350-7486

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