The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature

Synopsis

Today, a multiplicity of feminist approaches has become an integral part of the fields of German literary and cultural studies. This comprehensive reference provides a much needed synthesis of the contribution women have made to German literature and culture. In entries for more than 500 topics, the volume surveys literary periods, epochs, and genres; critical approaches and theories; important authors and works; female stereotypes; laws and historical developments; literary concepts and themes; and organizations and archives relevant to women and women's studies. Each entry offers a concise identification of the term, a discussion of its significance, and a bibliography of works for further reading.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Katrin Komm
  • Friederike B. Emonds
  • Ferrel Rose
  • Susanne Kord
  • Birgit Tautz
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1997