“A Room Secured on Every Side”: Terror, Safety, and Security in Franz Kafka

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Thursday, February 27th, 2020

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Thursday, February 27, 20204:00PM - 6:00PMNorthrop Frye Hall 113
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STEFAN WILLER is professor of modern German literature at Humboldt University Berlin. From 2010 to 2018 he was associate director of the Center for Literary and Cultural Research (ZfL) Berlin. He held visiting professorships at Munich, EHESS Paris, UNAM Mexico City, Stanford and UC Santa Barbara. His research interests include the literary epistemology of the future, the cultural history of generation and inheritance, theories of language and translation, interrelations of literature and music. Select book publications: Oper und Film. Geschichten einer Beziehung (co-editor, 2019); Zukunftssicherung. Kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven (co-editor, 2019); Futurologien. Ordnungen des Zukunftswissens (co-editor, 2016); Erbfälle. Theorie und Praxis kultureller Übertragung in der Moderne (2014); Das Konzept der Generation. Eine Wissenschafts- und Kulturgeschichte (co-author, 2008); Das Beispiel. Epistemologie des Exemplarischen (co-editor, 2007); Poetik der Etymologie. Texturen sprachlichen Wissens in der Romantik (2003); Botho Strauß zur Einführung (2000).

This event is co-sponsored by the Joint Initiative in German and European Studies (funded in part by the DAAD with funds from the German Federal Foreign Office) and the Centre for Comparative Literature.

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Speakers

Stefan Willer
Humboldt University Berlin


Co-Sponsors

Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures

Joint Initiative in German and European Studies

Centre for Comparative Literature


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