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‘Thesis of the Month’ goes to Joanna Raisbeck, University of Oxford!

Moving on from Nina Schmidt’s post on illness/disability studies last month, I’d like to return to more traditional forms of scholarship, and indeed to a period not seen on the WiGS blog since Ellen Pilsworth’s post: Romanticism at the turn of the eighteenth- and nineteenth-centuries. The subject of my thesis is Karoline von Günderrode (1780-1806), … Continue reading

Deadline Approaching: WiGS 1st Book Prize

1 September is the deadline for submitting proposals for the inaugural “Women in German Studies prize for first books”, sponsored by Peter Lang. Get writing for your chance to be presented with the first ever prize (honour & money!) at the conference in Durham in November.

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