Bücher im Gespräch

For “Bücher im Gespräch” [Books in Conversation], a bimonthly podcast hosted by the ZfL, researchers talk about their new publications.

List of episodes

 

For our eighteenth episode, Katrin Trüstedt talks to Oliver Precht about her book Stellvertretung. Zur Szene der Person [By Proxy. Agency, Representation, and the Scene of the Person] (Konstanz University Press 2022).

30 Nov 2023, duration: 00:45:22

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For our seventeenth episode, Hanna Hamel and Eva Stubenrauch talked about their edited volume Wie postdigital schreiben? Neue Verfahren der Gegenwartsliteratur [How to Write Postdigitally? New Techniques in Contemporary Literature] (transcript 2023).

20 Sep 2023, duration: 00:40:41

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For our sixteenth episode, Heike Winkel and Matthias Schwartz talked about their edited volume After Memory. World War II in Contemporary Eastern European Literatures (de Gruyter 2021).

27 Jul 2023, duration: 00:54:26

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For our fifteenth episode, Barbara Picht talks to Moritz Neuffer about her book Die “Interpreten Europas” und der Kalte Krieg [The “Interpreters of Europe” and the Cold War] (Wallstein 2022).

16 May 2023, duration: 00:56:15

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For our fourteenth episode, Pola Groß and Claude Haas talk about their co-edited volumes Neue Nachbarschaften: Stil und Social Media in der Gegenwartsliteratur [New Neighborhoods: Style and Social Media in Contemporary Literature] and Der Stil der Literaturwissenschaft [The Style of Literary Studies].

27 Mar 2023, duration: 00:38:39

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For our thirteenth episode, Frauke Fitzner and Denise Reimann talk about their books Der hörende Mensch in der Moderne [The Listener in Modernity] (Wallstein 2021) and Auftakte der Bioakustik [The Beginnings of Bioacoustics] (de Gruyter 2022).

26 Jan 2023, duration: 01:01:47

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For our twelfth episode, Franziska Thun-Hohenstein talks to Stefan Willer about her biography of Varlam Shalamov Das Leben schreiben [Writing Life] and the edition of letters Ich kann keine Briefe schreiben [I Cannot Write Letters] (both Berlin: Matthes & Seitz 2022). Andreas Rötzer, founder and publisher of Matthes & Seitz, opens by recounting how he came across Shalamov and describing his significance for the publishing house.
 
28 Nov 2022, duration: 01:20:55
 
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For our eleventh episode, Tatjana Petzer talks to Martin Treml about her edited volume Unsterblichkeit. Slawische Variationen [Immortality. Slavic Variations] (Matthes & Seitz 2021).

18 Oct 2022, duration: 00:49:10

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For our tenth episode, Leander Scholz talks to Falko Schmieder about his book Die Regierung der Natur. Ökologie und politische Ordnung [The Government of Nature. Ecology and Political Order] (August Verlag 2022).

27 Jul 2022, duration: 00:52:40

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For our ninth episode, Rabea Kleymann and Eva Geulen talk about their books Formlose Form [Formless Form] (Wilhelm Fink 2021), Aus dem Leben der Form [On the Life of Form] (Wallstein 2021), and Formen des Ganzen [Forms of the Whole] (Wallstein 2022).

17 May 2022, duration: 01:01:35

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For our eighth episode, Pola Groß talks to Falko Schmieder about her book Adornos Lächeln Das “Glück am Ästhetischen” in seinen literatur- und kulturtheoretischen Essays [Adorno's Smile. The “Joy of Aesthetics” in his Essays on Literary and Cultural Theory] (De Gruyter 2020).

16 Mar 2022, duration: 00:56:08

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For our seventh episode, Moritz Neuffer talks to Barbara Picht about his book Die journalistische Form der Theorie. Die Zeitschrift ›alternative‹ 1958–1982 [Journalistic Forms of Theory. The journal “alternative” 1958–1982] (Wallstein 2021).

12 Jan 2022, duration: 01:03:31

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For our sixth episode, Hanna Hamel talked to Oliver Grill about her book Übergängliche Natur. Kant, Herder, Goethe und die Gegenwart des Klimas [Transient Nature. Kant, Herder, Goethe, and the Presence of Climate] (August Verlag 2021).

12 Nov 2021, duration: 00:59:46

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For our fifth episode, Sebastian Kirsch and Maria Kuberg talked about their books Chor-Denken [Choir thinking] (Fink 2020) and Chor und Theorie [Chorus and Theory] (Konstanz University Press 2021).

21 Oct 2021, duration: 01:08:10

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For our fourth episode, Karine Winkelvoss and Stefan Willer talked about their books W. G. Sebald, l’économie du pathos (Paris: Classiques Garnier 2021) and Selbstübersetzung als Wissenstransfer [Self-Translation as Transfer of Knowledge] (Kulturverlag Kadmos 2020).

18 Aug 2021, duration: 00:51:40

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For our third episode, Henning Trüper talked to Christoph Paret about his book Seuchenjahr [Pandemic Year] (August Verlag 2021).

27 Jun 2021, duration: 00:49:51

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For our second episode, Barbara Wurm talked to Matthias Schwartz about their edited volume Klassiker des russischen und sowjetischen Films, Bd. 2 [Classics of Russian and Soviet Cinema, vol. 2] (Schüren 2020).

19 Apr 2021, duration: 00:53:30

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For our first episode, Patrick Eiden-Offe talked to Falko Schmieder about his book Hegels ‘Logik’ lesen. Ein Selbstversuch [Reading Hegels ‘Logic.’ A Self-Experiment] (Matthes & Seitz 2020).

5 Mar 2021, duration: 01:02:00

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Fig. above: © Dirk Naguschewski