LISCHKE, Ute

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Ute Lischke is Associate Professor at Wilfried Laurier University. Her research interests are: European cinema, German Cinema, women writers and filmmakers, and aboriginal literature and film. Selected Publications Lily Braun: 1865-1916 German Writer, Feminist and Socialist . Rochester: Boydell-Brewer/Camden House, 2000, 144 pages. (with Caryl Flinn) Guest Editor, Arachne. Gender in German Film , Fall 1996, 157 pages. (joint paper with Robin Ostow)”The Grandchildren of the German Immigrants and the Legacy of Nazism”, Panel on “How to Teach the Holocaust”, German Studies Association, San Diego, October 7, 2007. Lischke, Ute, “Reflections on Nature in Louise Erdrich’s Route 2 and The Blue Jay’s Dance”, in Aboriginal Connections: Race, Culture and Environment. Aboriginal Issues Press, University of Manitoba, 2007, pp 81-88. "'Blitzkuchen': An Exploration of Storytelling in Louise Erdrich's The Antelope Wife" in Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Narratives in North America. Ed. Mark Cronlund Anderson and Irene Maria F. Blayer. New York: Peter Lang, 2005, pp. 61-72. “The Films of Helke Misselwitz: Re-constructing Gender and Identity in the Former GDR” in Women Filmmakers: Refocusing. UBC Press, fall 2002, 220-228. “An Introduction to Louise Erdrich’s The Antelope Wife” in Germans and Indians: Fantasies, Encounters, Projections. Eds Colin G. Calloway, Gerd Gemünden and Susanne Zantop, University of Nebraska Press, 2002, 281-286. “Female Narratives of Resistance: The Significance of Gender and Food in the Writings of Louise Erdrich” in Blockades and Resistance: Studies in Actions of Peace and the Temagami Blockades of 1988-89. Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2002, 201-218. "Gender, Sex and Sexuality: The Use of Music as a Collateral Marketing Device in Maybe…Maybe Not" in Queering the Canon: Defying Sights in German Literatures and Cultures, Chris Lorey and John Plews (eds), Columbia:Camden House, 1998, 403-19. ”Women in Recent German Cinema of the former GDR” in Triangulated Visions: Women in Recent German Cinema. Ingeborg Majer O-Sickey and Ingeborg von Zadow, (eds) State Univesity of New York Press, Albany, 1998, 199-205. ”Jutta Brückner on EIFF’ in Triangulated Visions: Women in Recent German Cinema. Ingeborg Majer O-Sickey and Ingeborg von Zadow, (eds) State Univesity of New York Press, Albany, 1998, 273-75. Professional activities Co-Editor, Aboriginal Studies Series, WLU Press; Co-Editor, Film and Media Studies Series, WLU Press; Featured speaker at the Inside Out Film Festival, Toronto, on May 28, 2005. She presented a talk and slide show on "Maybe Art, Maybe Not ? Gay and Lesbian Films in Germany".

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