HENN, Marianne

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Marianne Henn is Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, Modern Languages and Cultural Studies Dr. Henn's areas of specialization are: Eighteenth-Twentieth Century German and Austrian Literature, Age of Goethe, Women Writers of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century, German Fairy Tales and Folk Tales . Recent publications: Benedikte Naubert. Neue Volksmärchen der Deutschen. New and annotated edition of the first edition of 1789-1792. Edited with Anita Runge and Paola Mayer. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2001. 4 vols. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach: “Lotti, die Uhrmacherin”. Stuttgart: Reclam, 1999. Bibliography of the Georg Kaiser Collection at the University of Alberta. Edited by Marianne Henn. Compiled by Erika Radenovich-Banski. Edmonton: Germanic Languages and the University of Alberta Library, 1998. Frauen: MitSprechen - MitSchreiben. Beiträge zur literatur- und sprachwissenschaftlichen Frauenforschung. Edited with Britta Hufeisen. Stuttgart: Akademischer Verlag Hans-Dieter Heinz, 1997. Various articles and review articles on Goethe, Nestroy, Lessing, and German-speaking women writers. ONGOING RESEARCH: * Edition of collection of essays entitled “Body Dialectics in the Age of Goethe” to appear 2003 with Rodopi, Amsterdam (together with Holger Pausch). * Edition of the historical dramas of Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach within the historical-critical edition with commentary, annotation and interpretation to appear with Niemeyer, Tübingen. * German Folk and Fairy Tales * The Construction of the Past in Literary Works of German-Speaking Women Writers of the19th Century.

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