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  • Contributors

Richard Block is Assistant Professor of German at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Patrick Eiden is a member of the Graduiertenkolleg “Die Figur des Dritten” at the University of Konstanz, currently working on a dissertation on Broch’s novel Der Tod des Vergil.

Karsten Gogolin is a graduate student in the German Department at the Johns Hopkins University.

Susanne Gottlob teaches at the University of Hamburg. She is author of Stimme und Blick. Zwischen Aufschub des Todes und Zeichen der Hingabe. Hölderlin, Carpaccio, Heiner Müller, Fra Angelico (2002).

Jonas Jølle wrote his DPhil thesis in 1999 on “The uses and function of mythology in Goethe’s Early Hymns” at Oxford University. He has published several articles on Goethe, the most recent of which will be forthcoming in Oxford Germanic Studies, 2004. He is currently working for the Norwegian Foreign Service.

Petra Löffler teaches in the German Department at the University of Köln. She is co-editor of Medientheorie 1888–1933. Texte und Kommentare (2002).

Nikolaus Müller-Schöll is Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. He is author of Das Theater des “konstruktiven Defaitismus”. Lektüren zur Theorie eines Theaters der A-Identität bei Walter Benjamin, Bertolt Brecht und Heiner Müller (2002) and editor of Ereignis. Eine fundamentale Kategorie der Zeiterfahrung (2003).

Paul North is a doctoral candidate in comparative literature at Northwestern University, currently writing a dissertation on politics and aestetics in postenlightenment thought.

David L. Pike is Assistant Professor of German at the American University in Washington, D.C. He is the author of Passage through Hell. Modernist Descents, [End Page 635] Medieval Underworlds (1997), Subterranean Cities. Subways, Cemeteries, Sewers and the Culture of Paris and London (2004), and co-editor of the Longman Anthology of World Literature (2004).

Martin-Jörg Schäfer is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Paderborn. He is author of Schmerz zum Mitsein. Zur Relektüre Celans und Heideggers durch Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe und Jean-Luc Nancy (2003)

Thomas Schestag is Wissenschaftlicher Assistent in the Comparative Literature Department at the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universität Frankfurt. He is the author of para (1991), Parerga (1991), buk (1994), Mantisrelikete (1998) as well as the editor of Fila sonantia (1996). He has written numerous articles on Benjamin, Kafka, Celan, Derrida, Ponge, and Schmitt.

Gunnar Schmidt teaches at the University of Hamburg. His most recent publications include Das Gesicht. Eine Mediengeschichte (2003) and, together with Marianne Schuller, Mikrologien. Literarische und philosophische Figuren des Kleinen (2003).

Günter Schmitt is a graduate student in the German Department at Princeton University, currently working on his dissertation “The Legacy of Chronos. Temporality of Revolution in Culture, Science, and Politics.”

Elisabeth Strowick is Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin at the Postdoc-Kolleg “Krankheit und Geschlecht” at the University of Greifswald. She is author of Passagen der Wiederholung. Kierkegaard – Lacan – Freud (1999) and co-editor of Rasterfahndungen: Darstellungstechniken – Normierungsverfahren – Wahrnehmungskonstitution (2003).

Thomas Weitin teaches at the Humboldt Universität Berlin and is currently a fellow at the Max-Planck-Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschichte in Frankfurt am Main. He is author of Notwendige Gewalt. Die Moderne Ernst Jüngers und Heiner Müllers (2003) and co-editor of Eskalationen. Die Gewalt von Kultur, Recht und Politik (2003).

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ISSN
1080-6598
Print ISSN
0026-7910
Pages
pp. 635-636
Launched on MUSE
2004-06-11
Open Access
No
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