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Journal Articles and Book Chapters by Susanne Kord

  • "Gangs and Guilt: Towards a New Theory of Horror Film." Cultural Dynamics. Forthcoming (Autumn 2015).
  • "From the American Myth to the American Dream: Alternative Worlds in Recent Hollywood Westerns." Alternative Worlds: Blue-sky thinking since 1900. Ed. Ricarda Vidal and Ingo Cornils. Oxford: Berghahn Books. Forthcoming (2015).
  • "Work and Education: The Case of Laboring Women Poets in England, Scotland, and Germany." A Cultural History of Women in the Age of Enlightenment. Ed. Ellen Pollak. Oxford: Berg, 2012. 143-66, 235-40.
  • "Why Executions Were a Gendered Affair." Open Democracy 50.50: Inclusive Democracy (25 September 2012).
  • "Böses Blut: Pubertierende Mädchen und sexuelle Neugier in archetypischen Geschichten." rebellisch verzweifelt infam: Das böse Mädchen als ästhetische Figur. Hg. Renate Möhrmann. Bielefeld: Aisthesis, 2012. 85-101.
  • "Co-opting Mother: America's Dads." Open Democracy 50.50: Inclusive Democracy (9 August 2012). Selected as a 'Highlight of 2012'-article by the Editor.
  • "The Genius of Involuntary Humour: The Kempner-Effect and the Rules of Fiction." Oxford German Studies 41.2 (August 2012): 162-80.
  • "From Sentimentality to Sexuality: English Werther-Stories, the French Revolution, and German Vampires." (Re-)Writing the Radical: Enlightenment, Revolution, and Cultural Transfer in 1790s Germany, Britain and France. Ed. Maike Oergel. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012. 25-43.
  • "The Rule of Law and the Role of Literature: Public Debates on Husband-Killers and Human Rights (1788-1845)." Forum for Modern Language Studies 48 (January 2012): 59-73. Online version (pdf download) published November 2011. Winner of the 2011 Forum-Prize.
  • "Hexen und andere Frauen: Der böse Blick im Zeitalter der Aufklärung." Frauen und andere Hexen. Ed. Margrid Bircken and Heide Hampel. Neubrandenburg: Steffen Verlag, 2011. 25-43, 187-93.
  • "Weibermacht und Geschlechtslosigkeit: Königinnen bei Schiller und seinen 'Epigoninnen'." Revista de Filologia Alemana 19 (2011): 115-36. 
  • "Donne potenti, donne assessuate: Regine nei drammi di Schiller e delle sue 'epigoni'." Auguri Schiller! Atti del convegno perugino in occasione del 250 anniversario della nascita di Friedrich Schiller. Ed. Hermann Dorowin and Uta Treder. Perugia: Morlacchi Editore, 2011. 191-221.
  • "Die anglo-amerikanische Germanistik in der Krise: Ein Aufruf an Lehrende und  Leseratten." Mitteilungen des Deutschen Germanistenverbandes 57/3 (2010): 314-25.
  • "Etikette oder Theater? Kindsmörderinnen auf dem Schafott." Geschlechter-Spiel-Räume: Frauen und Drama. Ed. Gaby Pailer and Franziska Schößler. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2010. 297-312.
  • "El eterno femenino nos atrae hacia abajo: Faust, Fausta y Faustina entre el pacto con el demonio y el mordisco del vampiro." Fausto en Europa. Visiones de los demonios y el humor faustico. Ed. Arno Gimber and Isabel Hernandez. Madrid: Editorial Complutense, 2009. 395-412.
  • "Bad Blood: The Cost of Sexual Curiosity in Archetypal Tales." Oxford German Studies 38.2 (2009): 203-17. 
  • "Der Fall Wächtler: Die Hamburger Flugblattliteratur zur Folter (1788) und die Lust am Lesen." Zeitschrift für Germanistik (February 2009): 346-60.
  • "Et in Germania Ego... From Fairy Tale to Opera, from West to East: A German Journey." Sophia Magazine 2 ( 2009): 16-19.
  • "Unmöglichkeiten: Vater-Tochter-Dramen im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert." Familie und Identität in der deutschen Literatur. Ed. Thomas Martinec and Claudia Nitschke. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2008. 105-25.
  • "Der Autor ist tot, das Werk begraben: Anna Louisa Karsch (1722-1791) und Sophie Mereau (1770-1806) zwischen Autonomieästhetik und Frauenliteratur." Sophie Mereau: Verbindungslinien in Zeit und Raum. Ed. Katharina von Hammerstein and Katrin Horn. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 2008. 31-59.
  • "Ancient Fears and the New Order: Witch Beliefs and Physiognomy in the Age of Reason." Ver/Ordnungen: Re-Thinking the German Enlightenment. A Special Issue of German Life and Letters in Honour of David Hill. Ed. Susanne Kord and Ruth Whittle. 61.1 (January 2008): 61-78.
  • "Introduction." Ver/Ordnungen: Re-Thinking the German Enlightenment. A Special Issue of German Life and Letters in Honour of David Hill. Ed. Susanne Kord and Ruth Whittle. 61.1 (January 2008): 1-6.
  • "Writing for the Drawer: Women Writers in the Works of Women Writers." Frauen in der literarischen Öffentlichkeit, 1780-1918. Ed. Caroline Bland and Elisa Müller-Adams. Bielefeld: Aisthesis, 2007. 283-304.
  • "Defining Cultural Exchange: Of Gender, the Power of Definition, and the Long Road Home." Edinburgh German Yearbook, vol. 1 (2007): 7-26.
  • "Publish and Perish: Women Writers Anticipate Posterity." Publications of the English Goethe Society 76/2 (2007): 119-34.
  • "The Pre-Colonial Imagination: Race and Revolution in Literature of the Napoleonic Period." Un-Civilising Processes? Excess and Transgression in German Society and Culture. Perspectives debating with Norbert Elias. Ed. Mary Fulbrook. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007. 85-115.
  • "From Evil Eye to Poetic Eye: Witch Beliefs and Physiognomy in the Age of Enlightenment." Practicing Progress: The Promise and Limitations of Enlightenment. Ed. Richard Schade, Dieter Sevin, and Frank Trommler. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007. 35-57.
  • "The Eternal Feminine and the Eternal Triangle: Men Between Two Women in Bernstein's Naturalistic Dramas." From Fin-de-Siècle to Theresienstadt: The Works and Life of the Writer Elsa Porges-Bernstein. Ed. Helga Kraft and Dagmar C. G. Lorenz. New York: Peter Lang, 2007. 145-61.
  • "Einleitung." Macht des Weibes: Zwei historische Tragödien von Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach. Ed. Susanne Kord. London: Modern Humanities Research Association, 2005. 1-18.
  • "Einleitung." Letzte Chancen: Vier Einakter von Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach. Ed. Susanne Kord. London: Modern Humanities Research Association, 2005. 1-20.
  • "Visionaries and Window Shoppers: Anna Louisa Karsch Between Bourgeois Aesthetic Theory and Lower-Class Authorship." The Lessing Yearbook 35 (2003): 169-201.
  • "Discursive Dissociations: Women Playwrights as Observers of the Sturm und Drang." The Camden House Companion to the Sturm und Drang. Ed. David Hill. (Rochester: Camden House, 2002.) 241-73.
  • "Developing Literacy and Literary Competence: Challenges for Foreign Language Departments." Co-authored with Heidi Byrnes. SLA and the Literature Classroom: Fostering Dialogues. Ed. Virginia Scott and Holly Tucker. New York: MLA, 2001. 35-73.
  • "The Hunchback of Weimar: Louise von Göchhausen and the Weimar Grotesque." Unwrapping Goethe's Weimar: Essays in Cultural Studies and Local Knowledge. Ed. Burkhard Henke, Susanne Kord, Simon Richter. (Rochester: Camden House, 1999.) 232-69.
  • "Frühe dramatische Entwürfe: Drei Dramatikerinnen im 18. Jahrhundert." Frauen Literatur Geschichte. Ed. Hiltrud Gnüg and Renate Möhrmann. (Stuttgart/Weimar: Metzler, 1999.) 231-46, 694-97.
  • "Luise Gottsched (1713-1762)." Women Writers in German-Speaking Countries. A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. Ed. Elke Frederiksen and Elizabeth G. Ametsbichler. (Westport: The Greenwood Press, 1998.) 160-70.
  • "Einleitung." Charlotte von Stein, Dramen. Ed. Susanne Kord. Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1998. 1-34.
  • "Bernstein, Elsa (1866-1949)." Modern Germany: An Encyclopedia of History, People, and Culture, 1871-1990. 2 vols. Ed. Dieter K. Buse and Jürgen C. Doerr. New York & London: Garland, 1998. I 102-03.
  • "The Curtain Never Rises: Femininity and Theater Censorship in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Germany." The German Quarterly 70.4 (Fall 1997): 358-75.
  • "Adaptation/Translation." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 6-7.
  • "Anticlimax." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 21-22.
  • "Authorship." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 31-34.
  • "Canon, Literary." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 62-64.
  • "Erudite Woman/Gelehrte." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 124-26.
  • "Preface." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 414-15.
  • "Protagonist/Antagonist." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 420-22.
  • "Reception." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 437-39.
  • "Tragedy, Historical." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 521-23.
  • "Woman Writer." The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature. Ed. Friederike Eigler and Susanne Kord. Westport, London: The Greenwood Press, 1997. 566-68.
  • "All's Well that Ends Well? Marriage, Madness, and Other Happy Endings in Eighteenth-Century Women's Comedies." The Lessing Yearbook XXVIII (1996): 181-97.
  • "Not in Goethe's Image: The Playwright Charlotte von Stein." Thalia's Daughters: German Women Dramatists from the Eighteenth Century to the Present. Ed. Susan Cocalis and Ferrel Rose (Tübingen: Francke/Narr, 1996): 53-75.
  • "Eternal Love or Sentimental Discourse? Gender Dissonance and Women's Passionate 'Friendships'." Outing Goethe and His Age. Ed. Alice Kuzniar (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996): 228-49, 270-73.
  • "Die Gelehrte als Zwitterwesen in Schriften von Autoren des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts." Querelles: Jahrbuch für Frauenforschung 1 (1996): 158-89.
  • "Frauennatur und Kinderspiel: Zur geschlechtsspezifischen Sozialisation in Kinderdramen weiblicher Autoren 1820-1865." Jahrbuch des Freien Deutschen Hochstifts (Winter 1994): 221-53.
  • "The Innocent Translator: Translation as Pseudonymous Behavior in Eighteenth-Century German Women's Writing." The Jerome Quarterly 9/4 (August/Sept. 1994): 11-13.
  • "Performing Genders: Three Plays on the Power of Women." Monatshefte 86.1 (Spring 1994): 95-115.
  • "The Innocent Translator: Translation as Pseudonymous Behavior in Eighteenth-Century German Women's Writing." The Jerome Quarterly 9/4 (August/Sept. 1994). 11-13.
  • "Tugend im Rampenlicht: Friederike Sophie Hensel als Schauspielerin und Dramatikerin." The German Quarterly 66/1 (Winter 1993): 1-19.
  • "Women as Children, Women as Childkillers: Poetic Images of Infanticide in Eighteenth-Century Germany." Eighteenth-Century Studies 26/3 (Spring 1993): 449-66.
  • "'Und drinnen waltet die züchtige Hausfrau'? Caroline Pichler's Fictional Auto/Biographies." Women in German Yearbook VIII (1993): 141-58.
  • "Fading Out: Invisible Women in Marieluise Fleißer's Early Dramas." Women in German Yearbook V (1989): 57-72.
  • "The Right to Mount the Scaffold: The French Revolution and La Petite Différence Between Human Rights and Women's Rights." Stet (May 1989): 4, 9.

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