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In Between

Cultures and Languages in Transition

by Margit Grieb, Yves-Antoine Clemmen, and Will Lehman

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Publisher: BrownWalker Press
Pub date: 2019
Pages: 250
ISBN-10: 1627347364
ISBN-13: 9781627347365
Categories: Language, Literature & LinguisticsLanguage & LingusiticsSocial Science


The essays in this anthology probe and comment on the "space/time/issue between" in aesthetic or linguistic productions in a variety of cultures. For over three decades the Southeast Conference on Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Film (SCFLLF), which convenes biennially, has been and continues to be a showcase for scholarship in the Humanities with a special emphasis on non-English language area studies. In 2018, at the 23rd SCFLLF, fifty-three national and international scholars presented their research on linguistics, literature, film, culture, and language pedagogy. The essays we selected to showcase all probe and comment on the “space/time/issue between” in aesthetic or linguistic productions in a variety of cultures. We have organized these contributions in three parts entitled: Part I: Between Fiction and "Reality," Part II: Between Continuity and Transformation, and Part III: Between Conformity and Resistance.

About the Author

Margit Grieb is Associate Professor of German Studies at the University of South Florida. She has published a monograph on the intersections of film and new media and articles and chapters on German-language television and film, as well as videogames, film restoration, and avant-garde film.

Will Lehman is Associate Professor of German at Western Carolina University. His work has appeared in A Companion to Werner Herzog (Brad Prager, ed.), A New History of German Cinema (Jennifer Kapczynski and Michael Richardson, eds.), Spatial Turns: Space, Place, and Mobility in German Literary and Visual Culture (Jaimey Fisher and Barbara Mennel, eds.), and European Cinemas in the Television Age (Dorota Ostrowska and Graham Roberts, eds.).

Yves-Antoine Clemmen is Professor of French and Chair of the Department of World Languages and Cultures at Stetson University. His research areas include general linguistics, 20th/21st century Francophone literature, contemporary Francophone Belgian writers, and Grand-Guignol Theatre. He recently co-edited Essays in World Languages and Cultures: Stereotypes and the Challenges of Representation (BrownWalker Press, 2019).