Lecture by Halina Hackert: “Sich Heimat erschreiben”

Lecture on the occasion of the opening of the photo exhibition “Jeder hat sein Sangerhausen” of the Einar Schleef Working Group Sangerhausen e.V. at the Spengler Museum Sangerhausen, 24 Jan 2015


Halina Hackert is a staff member of the ZfL library. She studied Hebrew/Israeli Studies, European Ethnology, and Library Science. In 2012, she completed her doctorate with the thesis Sich Heimat erschreiben. On the Construction of Home and Strangeness in Einar Schleef's “Gertrud”.

Pictures: © Steffi Rohland

Halina Hackert: Sich Heimat erschreiben. Heimat und Fremde in Einar Schleefs »Gertrud«

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