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									English and German Nationalist and Anti-Semitic Discourse (1871-1945)
Queen Mary, University of London, 10-11 November 2010                                                         1




       REVISED PROGRAMME

       WEDNESDAY, A.M. – 10TH NOVEMBER 2010


              9:30                            REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS
                                                      (ARTS FOYER)


                                                     WELCOMING ADDRESS
                                                   (ARTS LECTURE THEATRE):
              10:00                                    Professor Felicity Rash
                                                        Dr Geraldine Horan
                                                        Dr Daniel Wildmann
                                                         Dr Angus Nicholls

                                         SESSION 1                                  SESSION 2
                                         ROOM 1.28                                  ROOM G.34


                           Jan Vermeiren (University College            Christopher König (University of
              10:30        London): Germania Irredenta: The             Kampen, Netherlands): Arthur Bonus:
                           Place of Großdeutschland in Weimar           A Religious Author between Liberal
                           Nationalism                                  Protestantism and Radical
                                                                        Nationalism

                           Helen Roche (University of                   Daniel Siemens (Universität
                           Cambridge): “In Sparta fühlte ich            Bielefeld): Religious Ideas and
              11:00        mich wie in einer deutschen Stadt”           Nationalistic Propaganda: The War
                           (Goebbels): The Leaders of the Third         Sermons of Ludwig Wessel and
                           Reich and the Spartan Nationalist            German Political Culture 1914-1934
                           Paradigm


                           Stefanie Schrader (Europa-                   Isabelle Engelhardt (Universität
                           Universität Viadrina Frankfurt               Düsseldorf): A Political Catholic
              11:30        (Oder)): “German, Völkisch and Free”         View: Discourses on “the Jew
                           – The Deutschvölkische                       Question” in the Daily Paper
                           Freiheitspartei and the Reichstag of         Germania 1918-1933
                           the Weimar Republic


                           Simone Borgstede (Universität                Diana Jane Beech (University of
                           Lüneburg): Dr. Ernst Henrici – Just a        Cambridge): Landesbischöfe
              12:00        “Well-known Arsonist” of the                 Marahrens, Meiser and Wurm and the
                           German Kaiserreich or Foreman in             Impact of the Judenfrage on the
                           the Production of an Aryan                   German Protestant Church
                           Volksgemeinschaft?


              12:30                   LUNCH (VOUCHERS PROVIDED FOR SPEAKERS)




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REVISED PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, P.M. – 10TH NOVEMBER 2010

                              SESSION 3                                             SESSION 4
                              ROOM 1.28                                             ROOM G.34

          Stefan Hüpping (Universität Osnabrück): “An            Lara Day Benjamin (University of Edinburgh):
 1:30     Issue of Antisemitism” – Adolf Bartels vs.             Writing German Identity on the Landscape: Paul
          Friedrich v. Oppeln-Bronikowski                        Schultze-Naumburg’s Die Entstellung unseres
                                                                 Landes
          Matthew Fitzpatrick (Flinders University,
 2:00     Australia): A Jewish Question? The Expulsion of
          Non-Germans from Prussia, 1881-1886
          Brian Crim (Lynchburg College, Virginia): The          Elaine Martin (National University of Ireland
 2:30     Case for “Situational Antisemitism”: Antisemitic       Maynooth): “Colonial Fantasies” in Interwar
          Discourse and the German Paramilitary                  German Literature
          Community, 1919-1933
                                                                 Tamara Gella (Orel State University, Russia):
 3:00                                                            National and Colonial Ideas in English Liberals’
                                                                 Political Discourse of the Late 19th Century

 3:30                                                  COFFEE / TEA

                              SESSION 5                                             SESSION 6
                              ROOM 1.28                                             ROOM G.34

          Nicolas Bechter (Universität Wien): Anti-              Jens-Uwe Guettel (The Pennsylvania State
          Semitism and Romantic Anti-Capitalism in the           University): “How Petty do the Romans’ Creations
 4:00     Austrian Parliament between 1870-1914                  Appear Compared to the Global Achievements of
                                                                 the Anglo-Saxons”: England in German
                                                                 Nationalist and Expansionist Discourse, 1871-1914
          Christine Achinger (Warwick University) &              Mara Degnan-Rojeski (Dickinson College,
          Marcel Stoetzler (Bangor University): The              Pennsylvania): From Nationalism to National
 4:30     Convergence of ‘Civic’ and ‘Ethnic’ Nationalism        Socialism: The English-language Propaganda of
          in Liberal Antisemitism: The Cases of Freytag and      the Deutscher Fichte Bund
          Treitschke
          Michael Carter-Sinclair (King’s College                Grzegorz Krzywiec (Polish Academy of Sciences,
          London): Antisemitism and German Nationalism           Poland): On the Term ‘Judaization
 5:00     in Vienna: The Long Period to 1938                     (Verjudung/Zażydzenie)’ in Political Catholicism.
                                                                 Some Cases of East Central European Elective
                                                                 Affinities
          Christopher Hutton (The University of Hong             Lisa Konietzni (Universität Düsseldorf): The
 5:30     Kong): Race Theory as a Critique of Nationalism        Linguistically Reflexive Discussion of the CV-
          in the Context of European Anti-Semitism               Zeitung about Anti-Semitic Stereotypes,
                                                                 Metaphors and Compounds

                                 KEYNOTE ADDRESS (ARTS LECTURE THEATRE):
 6:30                               RUTH WODAK (LANCASTER UNIVERSITY):
                                 The Discourse of Syncretic Antisemitism: “Anything Goes!”


 8:00                                             CONFERENCE DINNER



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       THURSDAY, A.M. – 11TH NOVEMBER 2010

                                         SESSION 7                                  SESSION 8
                                         ROOM 1.28                                  ROOM G.34


                           Christian Koller (Bangor University): Jonas Karlsson (Yale University):
              9:00         The Concept of ‘Fremdherrschaft’ in   The Struggle for Victimhood: The
                           German Nationalist and Anti-Semitic   Case of Bernhard Förster
                           Discourses, 1871-1945


                           Lisa Zwicker (Indiana University):           Falco Pfalzgraf (Queen Mary): Juden,
              9:30         Student Antisemites: The Union of            Neger und Zigeuner. Minority Groups
                           German Students [Verein deutscher            in German Fibeln 1933-1945
                           Studenten], 1880-1914


                           Ulrich Charpa (Universität Bochum):          Katharina Barbe (Northern Illinois
                           Music and Science. On Some                   University): Puzzles as Text and
             10:00         Similarities between Antisemitic             Discourse
                           Discourses in German-speaking
                           Contexts


                           Stephanie Seul (Universität Bremen):         Birte Förster (Technische Universität
             10:30         Discourses of the British Press on           Darmstadt): Inventing their Tradition –
                           German Anti-Semitism in the Early            Right-wing Female Leaders and the
                           Weimar Republic, 1918-1923                   Queen Louise-Myth, 1923-1936


             11:00                                            COFFEE / TEA


                                     KEYNOTE ADDRESS (ARTS LECTURE THEATRE):
             11:30                 ANDREAS MUSOLFF (UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA):
                                      How to Identify the Enemy of the German Body Politic:
                                       Carl Schmitt’s Nationalist “Concept of the Political”


             12:30                    LUNCH (VOUCHERS PROVIDED FOR SPEAKERS)




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   REVISED PROGRAMME

  THURSDAY, P.M. – 11TH NOVEMBER 2010

                                      SESSION 9                                   SESSION 10
                                      ROOM 1.28                                   ROOM G.34

                                                                   Egbert Klautke (University College
           1:30                                                    London): Wilhelm Wundt and the Mind of
                                                                   the Nation during the First World War

                        David Lebovitch Dahl (University of        Felix Wiedemann (Freie Universität
                        Copenhagen): Varieties of Nationalist      Berlin): The Double Orient: Jews and Arabs
                        Antisemitism in Germany and                in the Racial Theory of Ludwig Ferdinand
           2:00         England: A Comparison between the          Clauß
                        Discourses of the Jesuit Journals
                        Stimmen der Zeit and The Month 1918-
                        1939

                        Ulrike Ehret (Universität Erlangen):       Karin Stögner (Central European
                        The Crux with Modernity: The               University, Budapest): On Antisemitism and
           2:30         Nationalism and Antisemitism of the        Nationalism at the Fin de Siècle: Walter
                        Catholic Right in Germany and              Benjamin’s Critique of German Youth
                        England                                    Movement

                        Magnus Brechtken (The University           Ana Petrov (University of Belgrade): Being
                        of Nottingham): English-German Anti-       German, Being ‘More Rationalized’: The
           3:00         Semitism and the Idea of ‘Compulsory       Case of Max Weber’s Concept of
                        Segregation’                               Rationalization in Music


           3:30                                               COFFEE / TEA

                                     SESSION 11                                   SESSION 12
                                     ROOM 1.28                                    ROOM G.34

                        Daniel Tilles (Royal Holloway,             Martin Weidinger (Universität Wien):
                        University of London): “Jewish Decay       Fridericus, Bismarck and Cromwell:
                        Against British Revolution”: The           Historical Narratives as Part of a
           4:00         British Union of Fascists’ Antisemitic     Nationalist Project?
                        Discourse in the Context of Fascist and
                        British Nationalist Thought

                        Russell Wallis (Royal Holloway,
                        University of London): Memory and
           4:30         Nationalism on the British Left: The
                        Good and Bad German Controversy in
                        Britain


          from                   CLOSING REMARKS & WINE RECEPTION (ARTS FOYER)
          5:00



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