The Max Kade Center for German Studies in the Department of Languages and Literary Studies at Lafayette College hosts the
AUSTRIAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
Friday, April 14 to Sunday, 16 April 2023
Co-organizers: Margarete Lamb-Faffelberger (Lafayette College, email@example.com) and Barbara Kosta (Univ. of Arizona, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sponsors: Max Kade Foundation, Botsiber Foundation, Offices of the President and Provost and the Depts. of LLS, FAMS, International Affairs, History and Jewish Studies at Lafayette College
Conference Title: REIMAGINING SPACE, PLACE, AND BELONGING IN AUSTRIAN HISTORY, POLITICS, LITERATURE, AND FILM
Description: This conference is dedicated to the scholarly examination of historical, political, literary, and cinematic works from Austria that celebrate its linguistic and cultural diversity while also dealing with the complexities of belonging and displacement, diaspora, and migration.
The period focus of the conference is the 18th-century to the present, though paper proposals addressing any timeframe are encouraged and will be considered. Presentations that include reimagining Austrian spaces through life-stories, multilingualism, migration, and notions of home and civility are especially welcome.
Invited Authors: Philipp Weiss (www.philippweiss.at/news_en.html) and Thomas Antonic (https://botstiberbiaas.org/beat-poet-ruth-weiss-thomas-antonic/)
You can register for the conference at Austrian Studies Association Conference
On the registration website, you will find information to accommodations and transportation to Easton.
Program: TBA shortly