Drs. Frackman & Malakaj co-edit second special issue on queer temporality in German Studies

Dr. Kyle Frackman and Dr. Ervin Malakaj have co-edited a second journal special issue on queer German Studies and temporalities. The Germanic Review‘s latest issue (2022, 97.4) is devoted to “Queer Time and Contemporary German Cinema.”

Like its companion special issue of Monatshefte, this project arose from a 2020 conference on queer German Studies hosted by the University of British Columbia.

Queer Time in Contemporary German Cinema
Kyle Frackman & Ervin Malakaj

Temporal Displacement in Ulrike Ottinger’s Films
Thomas Love

Temporality of Tolerance and Acts of Endurance in Fremde Haut
Simone Pfleger

Untimeliness and the Balkan Queer Diaspora in Dennis Todorović’s Sasha
Ervin Malakaj

Lesbian Desire and the Jump Cut in Monika Treut’s Von Mädchen und Pferden
Heidi Schlipphacke

Futur Drei: Queer of Color Presents, Ephemeral Art, and Germany’s Club Scene
Tom Smith

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