Writing the Self/ Selfexploration


This long-term project about to role of "writing the self (diaries, autobiographical writing)" in the processes of European identity formation has been continued and produced five articles to journals and conference proceedings in the period under consideration.


Principal Investigators
Schlaeger, Jürgen Prof. Dr. (Details) (British Literature and Culture)

Duration of Project
Start date: 01/1998
End date: 12/2004

Publications
"Self-Exploration in Early Modern English Diaries" in: Marginal Voices, Marginal Forms: Diaries in European Literature and History, hrsg. v. Rachel Langford und Russel West, Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA 1999, 22-36; "Elective Affinities: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu in Venice" in: Venetian Views, Venetian Blinds. English Fantasies of Venice, hrsg. v. Manfred Pfister und Barbara Schaff, Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA 1999, 63-71; "Parallel Explorations" in: Studies in Travel Writing, 3 (1999), 27-46; "Writing the Self" in: Select Papers in Language, Literature and Culture, ed. Javier Pérez Guerra, AEDEAN Verlang, Vigo 2000, 93-103; "Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1689-1762)" in: Englische Frauen der Frühen Neuzeit, hrsg. v. Gesa Stedman, Wissenschaftiche Buchgesellschaft Darmstadt 2001, 193-204; "A Reckoning Without the Host: Public and Private Spheres in the Eighteenth Century" in: Sites of Discourse-Public and Private Spheres-Legal Culture, Papers from a Conference Held at the Technical University of Dresden, December 2001, hrsg.v. Uwe Böer und Julie A. Hibbard, Editions Rodopi, Amsterdam-New York, NY 2002, 25-33; "Parallel Explorations: Exploring the Self in the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries" in: Mapping the Self: Space, Identity, Discourse in British Auto/Biography, hrsg. v. Frédéric Regard, Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, Saint-Étienne 2003, 33-54.

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