University of Leuven
Anke Gilleir is currently associate professor of Modern German Literature at the University of Leuven (Belgium). She has published on German women’s literature (18th--20th centuries), minority literature in Germany and Europe, gender and literature/literary theory, literature and politics, and historiography of literature. Some recent publications are: Women Writing Back/Writing Women Back: Transnational Perspectives from the late Middle Ages to the Dawn of the Modern Era. Leiden-Boston: Brill 2010 (with Alicia Montoya and Suzan van Dijk); Textmaschinenkörper. Genderorientierte Lektüren des Androiden. Amsterdam: Rodopi 2006 (with Eva Kormann and Angelika Schlimmer). With Barbara Hahn (Vanderbilt University) she has co-edited a volume on the work of the German-Jewish author and philosopher Margarete Susman: Margarete Susma: Grenzgänge zwischen Dichtung, Philosophie und Kulturpolitik (Göttingen: Wallstein 2012).
Essays in Partial Answers
Between Ghetto and Zion : Margarete Susman’s Mediations of Germany, Jewishness, and Culture, 1906–1916
Volume 10, Issue 2, January 2011
Literature and the State