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Ms Judith Wilson

Telephone +61 8 8313 5642
Position Head of German Studies
Email judith.wilson@adelaide.edu.au
Fax +61 8 8313 4341
Building Napier Building
Floor/Room 8 11
Campus North Terrace
Org Unit German Studies

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Publications

 

Book Chapters

 

Book Chapters

 

Wilson, Judith. “In Search of Amalie Dietrich.” Die Lektüre der Welt: Worlds of Reading. Eds. Helmut Heinze and Christiane Weller. Frankfurt a. Main, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, New York, Oxford, Vienna: Peter Lang, 2004. 493-503.

 

Journal Articles

 

Stephens, Anthony and Judith Wilson. “Entwurf einer Poetik der Klage.” Text und Kritik 46. Vol. 46. (1985): 26-38.

Stephens, Anthony and Judith Wilson. “Christa Wolf.” The Modern German Novel. Ed. Keith Bullivant. Leamington Spa & New York: Berg Press, 1987. 276-295.

Grannall, D, L.I. Kerstin, T. Mehigan, V. Sturm, J. Wilson. “Straw Persons and Devil’s Advocacy.” Language Skills in Business, Science & Technology. A Response to Australia’s Needs – German as an Example. Eds. J. Lo Bianco, H. Stefanik, W. Veit, I. Waechter, V. Wolf. Melbourne: Goethe Institut, 1988. 91-95.

Wilson, Judith. Amalie Schoppe’s Die Colonisten and the ‘Menace of Mimicry.’ Women in German Yearbook. Vol. 18 (2002): 179-202.

Wilson, Judith. “ ‘Wen die Schande einmal gefaßt hat,…’: Therese Huber’s Abentheuer auf einer Reise nach Neu-Holland and the Question of Guilt.” Cultural Resonances: Migration between Germany and Australia Eds. Andrea Bandauer and Maria Veber, Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2009.

Wilson, Judith. “Abjection, Subjection, Redemption: Georg Forster’s and Therese Huber’s Perspectives on the Penal Colony.” Georg-Forster-Studien. Vol. 14 (2009). 135-187.

Forthcoming:

Wilson, Judith. “Enlightenment and/or Empire: Two German Perspectives on the Australian Aborigines”. KOALAS. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2012.

 

Expertise for media contact

 

East Germany & its representation in fiction & film

C19 German-Australian connections

The image of Australia in C19 German popular fiction

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entry last updated: Saturday, 10 Jan 2015

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