Various graduate students participated and presented work.

  • Ervin Malakaj: Chaired regular session "German Women Writers"
  • Petra Watzke: Presented paper "Traces of Nascent Capitalism: The Economic and Social Functions of the Pocket Watch in 'Die Judenbuche'"
  • Angineh Djavadghazaryans: Presented paper "Jelinek's 'Lust': Between Pornography and 'Anti-Pornography'"
  • G. Anna Leeper: Presented paper "Of Childhood and Deep Terror: Object-Relations Theory and Play in Elisabeth Langgaesser's 'Proserpina'"
  • G. Anna Leeper: Chaired regular session "German I: Linguistics, Literature and Culture Before 1700"