Writing after Hitler: The Work of Jakov Lind

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Stella Rosenfeld taught German Language and Literature at Ohio State University. With Sidney Rosenfeld, she co-translated Jean Améry’s At the Mind’s Limits and Radical Humanism: Selected Essays. She has published several articles on Jakov Lind.

Johannes Houwink ten Cate is a Senior Researcher at the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation in Amsterdam. He has published numerous articles on the history of the Shoah in Holland.

Andrea Hammel is the Research Administrator of the Centre for German-Jewish Studies at the University of Sussex. Her research interests include exile literature and women’s writing in German. Together with Edward Timms, she has edited The German-Jewish Dilemma: From the Enlightenment to the Shoah (1999), and she has published several articles on Hilde Spiel.

Waltraud Strickhausen was until recently Assistant Professor at the Institute for Modern German Literature and Media Studies at Marburg University. She is preparing a Habilitationsschrift on the Moses figure in German literature. Her publications include Die Erzählerin Hilde Spiel oder ‘Der weite Wurf in die Finsternis’, and she is co-editor of the volume ‘Für ein Kind was das anders’. Traumatische Erfahrungen jüdischer Kinder und Jugendlicher im nationalsozialistischen Deutschland (1999).

Edward Timms is Research Professor in German Studies and Director of the Centre for German-Jewish Studies at the University of Sussex. In 1990 he founded the ‘Austrian Studies’ series, co-edited with Ritchie Robertson and published by Edinburgh University Press. He is best known for his book Karl Kraus – Apocalyptic Satirist: Culture and Catastrophe in Habsburg Vienna (1986).

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