Conference: Emergence and Ground: Responding to the Work of Juliane Vogel

May 9-11, 2019

May 9-11, 2019

Conference: Emergence and Ground: Responding to the Work of Juliane Vogel

Organizers: David Levin and David Wellbery (Germanic Studies)

Sponsored by the Department of Germanic Studies and the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on German Literature and Culture

Papers by: Brigid Doherty (Princeton), Eva Eßlinger (Munich), David Kornhaber (University of Texas), Joel Lande (Princeton), Niklaus Largier (Berkeley), David Levin (Chicago), Julia Lupton (Irvine), Inka Mulder-Bach (Munich), Juliane Vogel (Konstanz), David Wellbery (Chicago), Ella Wilhelm (Chicago).

The Conference takes its point of departure from Juliane Vogel’s recent book Aus dem Grund: Auftrittsprotokolle zwischen Racine und Nietzsche and explores possibilities for carrying the research paradigm set forth there into other literary genres. Copies of the book are available in Classics 25E and may be signed out with Emily Anderson.