New Studies in the "Age of Goethe"

Image from Evert A. Duykinck's "Portrait Gallery of Eminent Men and Women of Europe and America, with Biographies" (New York: Johnson, Wilson, and Company, 1873). Courtesy of the James Smith Noel collection, Shreveport, Louisiana (http://jamessmithnoelcollection.org).

General Editor:
Jane Brown , Prof. of Germanics and Comparative Literature, University of Washington

New Studies in the Age of Goethe, sponsored by the Goethe Society of North America, aims to publish innovative research that contextualizes the "Age of Goethe," whether within the fields of literature, history (including art history and history of science), philosophy, art, music, or politics. We encourage the submission of high-quality manuscripts and welcome all approaches and perspectives. We are especially interested in interdisciplinary projects, creative approaches to archival or original source materials, theoretically informed scholarship, work that introduces previously undiscovered materials, or projects that re-examine traditional epochal boundaries or open new channels of interpretations.

Authors should send proposals only to the series editor: Professor Jane Brown, Department of Germanics (DH-30), University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195; 206-543-4580; e-mail: jkbrown@u.washington.edu.

Editorial Board:
Martha Helfer, Rutgers University
Simon Richter, University of Pennsylvania
Astrida Orle Tantillo, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle

Advisory Board:
Hans Adler, University of Wisconsin
Frederick Beiser, Syracuse University
Benjamin Bennett, University of Virginia
Nicholas Boyle, University of Cambridge
Fritz Breithaupt, Indiana University
Rüdiger Campe, Yale University
Andreas Gailus, University of Minnesota
Richard Gray, University of Washington
Gail Hart, University of California at Irvine
Jonathan M. Hess, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Alexander Kosenina, University of Bristol
John A. McCarthy, Vanderbilt University
Nicholas Rennie, Rutgers University
Stephan Schindler, Washington University in St. Louis
Robert Tobin, Whitman College
Liliane Weissberg, University of Pennsylvania
David Wellbery, University of Chicago
Karin Wurst, Michigan State University


Forthcoming titles in the series:
Christine Lehleiter, Origins Matter: The History of Heredity in Romanticism

Titles in the series:

Christine Lehleiter. Romanticism, Origins, and the History of Heredity (2014)

Benjamin Bennett. Aesthetics as Secular Millenialism: Its Trail from Baumgarten and Kant to Walt Disney and Hitler (2013)

Mary Helen Dupree. The Mask and the Quill: Actress-Writers in Germany from Enlightenment to Romanticism (2011)

Peter J. Schwartz. After Jena: Goethe's Elective Affinities and the End of the Old Regime (2010)

Brian Tucker. Reading Riddles: Rhetorics of Obscurity from Romanticism to Freud (2010)

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