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Comparative Literature

Caroline RupprechtCaroline Rupprecht

Caroline Desirée Rupprecht, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from the CUNY Graduate Center, where her dissertation received the Carolyn Heilbrun Prize; and a summa cum laude BA in Comparative Literature from the City College of New York, to where she transferred from Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, upon completion of her Grundstudium for an MA in Germanistik und Theaterwissenschaft. She is the recipient of a South Central MLA Award for Best Paper in Gender Studies; as well as a Certified Translator. She has worked in the New York City publishing industry, completed a performing arts internship in Lyons, France; and traveled to India, Japan, and China. She specializes in avant-garde and postmodern literature and culture in a German and French speaking context. At Queens, she teaches global literatures, drama, and translation. These are her publications:

Books:

- Womb Fantasies: Subjective Architectures in Postmodern Lit., Art & Film (under review)

- Subject to Delusions: Narcissism, Modernism, Gender, Northwestern UP, 2006

- Dark Spring by Unica Zürn, Translation & Introduction, Exact Change Press, 2000

Articles:

- “’I could still see her in my mind’s eye’: Blurred Boundaries in Uwe Johnson’s Anniversaries,Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature 34:1 (2010) - peer-reviewed

- “Post-war Iconographies: Wandering Women in Brecht, Duras, Kluge,” South Central Review 23:2 (2006) - peer-reviewed

- “Co pani robi w Niemczech? – Emine Özdamar and Yoko Tawada,” Tygiel Kultury 7-9 (Lodz, Poland, 2005)

- “The Violence of Merging: Unica Zürn’s Writing (on) the Body,” Studies in 20th Century Literature 27:2 (2003) - peer-reviewed

- “A ‘Body’ of Writing: The Voice of Henriette Hardenberg,” Women in German Yearbook 17 (2001) - peer-reviewed

- “Zwischen Geburt und Tod: Das Bild der Anderen in Barnes’ Nachtgewächs,” Die Magie der Unterbrechung, ed. Carola Hilmes (Bielefeld, Germany, 1999)

- “The Walk,” Room of One’s Own: A Space for Women’s Writing 17:3 (Vancouver, Canada, 1994)

Reviews:

- Eva Kormann, Anke Gilleir and Angelika Schlimmer, eds. Textmaschinenkörper (Amsterdam, 2006) in: German Quarterly 80:2 (2007)

- Andreas Mayer and Lydia Marinelli, Dreaming by the Book (New York, 2003) in: German Studies Review 28:3 (2005)

Translations:

- Jörn Etzold, “Quick, Baz Get Woven: The Words are on ‘Generalstreik’,” Preface to J. Löffelholz, The vex Chumps quickly In (Frankfurt/Main, Germany, 2011)

- Jonathan Petropoulos, “The Primacy of Kulturpolitik,” Emigrants and Exiles: A Lost Generation of Austrian Artists in America, 1920-1950, ed. Czaplicka. (Chicago, 1996).

 
 

 Office Information

 
Chair: Ali Jimale Ahmed
Dept. Office: Kissena 259
Phone: 718-997-5690
Fax: 718-997-5745



Summer 2014 Hours

The Comparative Literature Department will be open normally Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm for Summer 2014. We will be closed between 2:35 pm - 3:35 pm.

June 2014: The department will ONLY be OPEN on the following days:
Monday 6/2
Tuesday 6/10
Monday 6/16
Monday 6/23
Monday 6/30
All other days the department will be CLOSED.

July 2014: The department will be open Monday through Thursday.
CLOSED 7/4 (Independence Day)
CLOSED 7/9 through 7/14
CLOSED on Fridays: 7/18 and 7/25.

August 2014: The department will be open Monday through Thursday.
CLOSED on Fridays: 8/1 and 8/8.
CLOSED 8/11 through 8/18.

It is best to contact the department via email at complit@qc.cuny.edu or leave a voice message at the department extension: 718-997-5690.

Additional contacts are:

Summer Chair:
Prof. Christopher Winks
Christopher.Winks@qc.cuny.edu
Phone: 718-997-5697

Chair:
Prof. Ali Jimale Ahmed
Ali.Ahmed@qc.cuny.edu


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