Elizabeth Boa Professor of German, University of Nottingham. Publications include Critical Strategies: German Fiction in the Twentieth Century ( 1972) (with J. H. Reid), The Sexual Circus: Wedekind's Theatre of Subversion ( 1987), and Women and the Wende: Social Effects and Cultural Reflections of the German Unification Process ( 1994), (joint editor with J. Wharton).
David Constantine Fellow in German, The Queen's College, Oxford. Publications include Early Greek Travellers and the Hellenic Ideal ( 1984), Hölderlin ( 1988), and Friedrich Hölderlin ( 1992).
David Jackson Senior Lecturer, School of European Studies, University of Wales Cardiff. Publications include C.F. Meyer in Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten ( 1975), Theodor Storm, The Life and Works of a Democratic Humanitarian ( 1992), Gottfried Keller. "Kleider machen Leute" ( 1993).
Edward McInnes Professor of German, University of Hull. Publications include German Social Drama 1840-1900. From Hebbel to Hauptmann ( 1976), J.M.R. Lenz: "Die Soldaten" ( 1977), Ein ungeheures Theater( 1987), Georg Büchner. "Woyzeck" ( 1991), J. M.R. Lenz: "Der Hofmeister" ( 1992)
Georgina Paul Lecturer in German, University of Warwick. Publications include Subjective Authenticity-- Contemporaneity and Commitment in the Works of Christa Wolff ( 1990) and ' "Über Verschwiegenes sprechen": Female homosexuality and the public sphere in the GDR before and after the Wende' ( 1994).


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