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Pizzi, Katia (2005) Antonio Rubino in odor di Futurismo.

Pizzi, Katia (2006) Graveyards of Memory at the Northeastern Borders of Italy.

Pizzi, Katia (2005) ‘Quale Triestinita`?’: Voices and Echoes from Italian Trieste.

Pizzi, Katia (2004) Trieste: A border Identity.

Robertson, Ritchie (2005) Anticlericalism in Austrian Literature. Occasions, 9 .

Rye, Gill (2000) Agony or ecstasy? Reading Cixous’s recent fiction. Paragraph: A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23 (3). pp. 296-310. ISSN 0264-8334

Rye, Gill (2005) In uncertain terms: mothering without guilt in Marie Darrieussecq’s 'Le Mal de mer' and Christine Angot’s 'Léonore, toujours'. L'Esprit Createur, 45 (1). pp. 5-15. ISSN 0014-0767

Rye, Gill (2006) Maternal Genealogies: the figure of the Mother in/and literature. Journal of Romance Studies, 6 (3). pp. 117-126. ISSN 1473-3536

Rye, Gill (2007) ‘Maternité rendue, maternité perdue’: the return of/to the past in Le Jour où jen’étais pas là. Parallax, 13 (3). pp. 104-111.

Rye, Gill (2000) Uncertain Readings and Meaningful Dialogues: Language and Sexual Identity in Anne Garréta’s 'Sphinx' and Tahar Ben Jelloun’s 'L’Enfant de sable' and 'La Nuit sacrée'. Neophilologus, 84 (4). pp. 531-540. ISSN 0028-2677

Rye, Gill (2009) The ethics of aesthetics in trauma fiction: memory, guilt and responsibility in Louise L. Lambrichs’s 'Journal d’Hannah'. Journal of Romance Studies, 9 (3). pp. 48-59. ISSN 1473-3536

Book Section

Rye, Gill (2009) Mothering in context. In: Narratives of Mothering: Women's Writing in Contemporary France. University of Delaware Press, Newark DE, USA. ISBN 978-1-61149-104-3

Rye, Gill (2009) Narratives of mothering. In: Narratives of Mothering: Women's Writing in Contemporary France. University of Delaware Press, Newark DE, USA. ISBN 978-1-61149-104-3

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2009) Else Croner und die "moderne Jüdin". In: Hammel and Weiss-Sussex (eds), ‘Not an Essence but a Positioning’: German-Jewish Women Writers, 1900-1938. Meidenbauer, Munich, pp. 55-76.

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2004) Impressionismus als Weltanschauung. Die Kunstkritik Georg Hermanns. In: Godela Weiss-Sussex (ed.), 'Georg Hermann. Deutsch-jüdischer Schriftsteller und Journalist, 1871-1943'. Niemeyer, Tübingen, pp. 87-101.

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2009) On the Relationship between Hesse’s Painting and Writing: 'Wanderung',' Klingsors letzter Sommer', 'Gedichte des Malers' and 'Piktors Verwandlungen'. In: A Companion to the Works of Hermann Hesse. Camden House, New York, pp. 345-372.

Conference or Workshop Item

Andrews, Margaret (2006) The Strangers in the Sanctuary: Creative and Resistant Re-signification of Spaces in Barcelona During Public Debate about Immigration Laws in the Early 2000s. In: Fortress Europe and Its "Others": Cultural Representations in Film, Media and the Arts conference, April 4-6 2005, IGRS.

Andrews, Margaret (2006) The persistence of ethics and the search for solidarity: feminist internet spaces in Spain. In: Internet Identities in Europe conference. (Unpublished)

Chiari, Eleanor (2006) Crossroads of Memory: Death, Trauma and Public Space in Turin. In: The Politics of Cultural Memory conference, November 2003, Manchester Metropolitan University. (In Press)

Chiari, Eleanor (2006) Nazi Demons and Sicilian Monsters. The “Monsters of Villarbasse”, Piedmontese anxieties, and the wounds of World War II. In: Monsters and the Monstrous Myths and Metaphors of Enduring Evil, May 2003, Budapest.

Chiari, Eleanor (2006) A Place of Ordinary Suffering. In: The Future of Memory, November 2005, University of Salford.

Chiari, Eleanor (2006) Tearing Down the Joint: 1976 riots in Le Nuove and the end of Revolution. In: Stato di Eccezione: Cultural Responses to the Rhetoric of Fear, March 2004, New York University, Department of Italian Studies. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2004) Christine Angot by Christine Angot et al. In: Second International WIF Conference, April 22-24 2004, Scripps College, Claremont, California. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2004) Family tragedies: the death of a child in recent French literature. In: ‘La famille en éclats’ conference, March 2004, University of Durham. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2006) La prise de la parole de la mère: Marie Ndiaye’s "La Sorcière" (1996). In: The Mother and Creativity in French and Francophone Writing and Culture, December 2006, University of Edinburgh. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2007) Lesbian mothering and the family in France. In: Society for French Studies annual conference, July 2007, University of Birmingham. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2008) Limits and boundaries in contemporary women’s life writing: the politics of reading Christine Angot. In: 20-21c French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, March 2008, Georgetown University, Washington DC. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2004) L’histoire d’amour chez Christine Angot: romance or betrayal? In: Diversity and Difference in France and the Francophone World, April 1-3 2004, Florida State University, Tallahassee. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2009) Narratives of mothering in contemporary French women’s writing. In: Mum’s the Word’ conference, MaMSIE network (Mapping Maternal Subjectivities, Identities and Ethics), January 2009, De Montfort University, Leicester. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2010) New representations and politics of procreation: surrogate motherhood, artificial insemination and human cloning in contemporary women’s writing in France. In: Elizabeth Fallaize – an Academic and Personal Tribute (memorial event), October 2010, Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2007) Threshold worlds: Marie Darrieussecq’s 'Le Pays' (2005). In: The Fantastic in Contemporary French Women’s Writing conference, September 2007, Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London. (Unpublished)

Rye, Gill (2006) À contre silence: the violation of women’s bodies in Leïla Marouane’s 'Le Châtiment des hypocrites'. In: 'Women In French' conference. (Unpublished)

Segal, Naomi (2003) It’s all a plot”: paranoid characters and mad readers in Gide and Kafka’. In: Culture and the Unconscious: Psychoanalysts, artists, academics. (Unpublished)


Liebscher, Martin (2006) Kontinuitäten und Brüche. Österreichs literarischer Wiederaufbau nach 1945. UNSPECIFIED.

Liebscher, Martin and Perkins, Mary Anne (2006) Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture 1789-1914. Essays on the Emergence of Europe. Mellen Press.

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2004) Georg Hermann.Deutsch-jüdischer Schriftsteller und Journalist,1871-1943. Conditio Judaica, 48 . Max Niemeyer Verlag, Tübingen.

Weiss-sussex, Godela and Bianchini, Franco (2006) Urban Mindscapes of Europe. European Studies, 23 . Rodopi, Amsterdam.


Chiari, Eleanor (2006) Photographs of Turin’s prison ‘Le Nuove. [Image]

Discussion or working paper

Segal, Naomi (2001) André Gide and the Lost Boys. [Discussion or working paper] (Unpublished)

Segal, Naomi (2006) Circuits of desire & loss: Marivaux & My best friend’s wedding. [Discussion or working paper] (Unpublished)

Segal, Naomi (2006) Is the lost object an imaginary friend, a phantom limb or a second skin? [Discussion or working paper]

Segal, Naomi (2006) ‘O dieses ist das Tier, das es nicht gibt’: Rilke and unicorns. [Discussion or working paper] (Unpublished)

Segal, Naomi (2006) The other French Freud: Didier Anzieu – the story of a skin. [Discussion or working paper]


Liebscher, Martin (2006) Jungs Abkehr von Freud im Lichte seiner Nietzsche-Rezeption.

Liebscher, Martin (2006) ‘“Wotan” und “Puer Aeternus”. Die zeithistorische Verstrickung von C. G. Jungs Zarathustrainterpretation’.

Liebscher, Martin (2006) Zarathustra – Der Archetypus des Alten Weisen.

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2006) Berlin Literature and its Use in the Marketing of the “New Berlin”’, in Urban Mindscapes of Europe.

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2006) ‘Berlin – A City “Condemned to Forever Become and Never to Be”?, in The Cultural Identity of European Cities.

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2006) Bertolt Brecht – A Reassessment of his Work and Legacy.

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2006) Metropolitan Chronicles. Georg Hermann’s Berlin Novels 1897 to 1912.

Weiss-sussex, Godela (2006) ‘“A Ridiculous Thing to Do”: Yvonne Kapp and Brecht in Translation’, in Bertolt Brecht – A Reassessment of his Work and Legacy.

Weiss-sussex, Godela and Zitzlsperger, Ulrike (2006) Berlin. Kultur und Metropole in den Zwanziger und Neunziger Jahren.

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