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Dedicated to highlighting currents of North American Studies in Germany.Also on spotify and itunes; and if you want more updates on the interviews and upcoming episodes check out our twitter/facebook/instagram! About the host/creator: I'm Verena Adamik, and I teach and research American Studies at the University of Potsdam. For my PhD project, I went to investigate the link between the United States' national narrative and utopianism. I am currently turning some of my findings into a book. Further research interest include dabbling in horror fiction and African American writing, specifically sf, horror, and literary responses to White supremacy. Because I miss seminars and lectures, I decided to just get scholars to spell their intellectual beans in this podcast.
Native North American Archives of the Future with K. Baudemann
Talking American Studies with Kristina Baudemann from the Europa-Universität Flensburg about her and Prof. Birgit Däwes’ new project - Knowing Tomorrow 2.0: Twenty-first Century Native North American Archives of Futurity - about Indigenous Futurisms, Indigenous Studies, and so many great articles and artworks.www.uni-flensburg.de/nativefutures http://abtec.org/Barnaby, Jeff, director. File Under Miscellaneous. Prospector Films/John Christou, 2010. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi3B2V_e8fY .Deloria, Philip J. Playing Indian, Yale UP, 2007.Derrida, Jacques. Archive Fever: A Freudian Impression, 1995, translated by Eric Prenowitz, U of Chicago P, 1996.Dillon, Grace L., editor. Walking the Clouds: An Anthology of Indigenous Science Fiction, U of Arizona P, 2012.Dimaline, Cherie. The Marrow Thieves, Cormorant Books, 2017.Foucault, Michel. The Archaeology of Knowledge: And, the Discourse on Language, 1969, translated by A. M. Sheridan Smith, Pantheon, 1972.Goulet, Danis, director. Wakening. Glen Wood, 2013. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbmi2ff3MBk .Guzmán, Alicia Inez. “Indigenous Futurisms.” InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture, 2015, https://ivc.lib.rochester.edu/indigenous-futurisms/ .Hearne, Joanna. “Native to the Device: Thoughts on Digital Indigenous Studies.” Studies in American Indian Literatures, vol. 29, no. 1, 2017, pp. 3–26. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/659888 .Hopkinson, Nalo. Midnight Robber, Warner, 2000.imagineNative Film + Media Arts Festival. 2167. 2017, www.imaginenative.org/2167 .Keene, Adrienne. “Wakanda Forever: Using Indigenous Futurisms to Survive the Present.” Native Appropriations, 24 Feb. 2018, https://nativeappropriations.com/2018/02/wakanda-forever-using-indigenous-futurisms-to-survive-the-present.html .Larson, Sidner J. Captured in the Middle: Tradition and Experience in Contemporary Native American Writing, U of Washington P, 2000.Lutz, Hartmut, et al., editors. Indianthusiasm: Indigenous Responses, Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2019.Nanobah Becker. The 6th World. Futurestates, ITVS, www.youtube.com/watch?v=7f4Jm0y_iLk .Roanhorse, Rebecca. “Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience™.” APEX Magazine. Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror, no. 99, 2017, www.apex-magazine.com/welcome-to-your-authentic-indian-experience/ .Roanhorse, Rebecca. “Postcards from the Apocalypse.” Uncanny. A Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy, vol. 20, 2018, https://uncannymagazine.com/article/postcards-from-the-apocalypse/ .Roanhorse, Rebecca. Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience™. Read by LeVar Burton, 2018, www.levarburtonpodcast.com .Todd, Lauretta. “Aboriginal Narratives in Cyberspace,” Immersed in Technology: Art and Virtual Environments, edited by Mary Ann Moser and Douglas MacLeod, MIT P, 1996.Waititi, Taika, d
Risk Fiction with S. Mayer and J. Cortiel
The second episode of this podcast is inspired by the project “Contemporary American Risk Fiction” at the University of Bayreuth. The two professors behind it, Prof. Dr. Jeanne Cortiel and Prof. Dr. Sylvia Mayer, are talking about the underlying theories, the standing of risk as a category in literary studies, and their inspirations for the project.Listen in, and let me know what you think! FeaturingProf. Dr. Sylvia Mayer http://www.americanstudies.uni-bayreuth.de/de/team/Mayer_Sylvia/index.phpProf. Dr. Jeanne Cortiel http://www.amerikanistik.uni-bayreuth.de/de/team/Cortiel_Dr_Jeanne/index.phpVerena Adamik https://vadamik.wordpress.com/Projects and Papers mentioned http://www.amerikanistik.uni-bayreuth.de/de/DFG_project/index.htmlArnoldi, Jacob. Risk: An Introduction. Key Concepts. Polity, 2009.Beck, Ulrich. Weltrisikogesellschaft. Suhrkamp, 2007. (amongst others)Berlant, Lauren. Cruel Optimism. Duke UP, 2011.Douglas, Mary, and Aaron Wildavsky. Risk and Culture: An Essay on the Selection of Technological and Environmental Dangers. U of California P, 1983.Ghosh, Amitav. The Great Derangement. Climate Change and the Unthinkable. U of Chicago P, 2016.Giddens, Anthony. Consequences of Modernity. Polity Press, 1990.Heise, Ursula. Sense of Place, Sense of Planet. The Environmental Imagination of the Global. Oxford UP, 2008. Höpker, Karin. “Frederick Douglass’s ’The Heroic Slave’ – Risk, Fiction, and Insurance in Antebellum America.” Amerikastudien 60.4 (2016): 441-462.Lupton, Deborah. Risk. Psychology Press, 1999.Mohun, Arwen P. Risk: Negotiating Safety in American Society. Johns Hopkins UP, 2013.Nixon, Rob. Slow Violence. Harvard UP, 2011.Rosen, Elizabeth. Apocalyptic Transformation: Apocalypse and the Postmodern Imagination. Lexington, 2008.Slovic, Paul. The Perception of Risk. Earthscan, 2000. (among others)Slovic, Scott. Going Away to Think: Engagement, Retreat, and Ecocritical Responsibility. U of Nevada P, 2008. (among others)Sontag, Susan. “The Imagination of Disaster.” Commentary, Oct. 1965. https://www.commentarymagazine.com/articles/the-imagination-of-disaster/Wallace, Molly. Risk Criticism: Precautionary Reading in an Age of Environmental Uncertainty. U of Michigan P, 2016. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=ku01.r2_6;view=1up;seq=1Music Intro/OutroTitle: pine voc - coconut macaroon; Author: Stevia Sphere; Source: https://soundcloud.com/hissoperator/pine-voc-coconut-macaroon License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Royalty Free Open Music from https://starfrosch.comAll links were last checked on Feb. 26, 2019. They are provided as an information service. The creator of this podcast and the parties involved in creating the podcast have no control over third party sites and are not responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites, do not endorse the linked sites or resources or the respective contents thereof.
Digital Humanities with A. Dunst and D. Mischke
Our very first episode features the two editors of the current special issue of Amerikastudien/American Studies on Digital Humanities. They are talking about the challenges and advantages of DH, bring up some of their favorite projects that merge computational methods and North American Studies, and even give some advice for complete beginners.Listen in, and let me know what you think!FeaturingDr. Alexander Dunst: https://kw.uni-paderborn.de/anglistik-amerikanistik/dr-alexander-dunst/Dr. Dennis Mischke https://www.uni-potsdam.de/de/iaa-amlc/academic-staff/dr-dennis-mischke.htmlVerena Adamik https://vadamik.wordpress.com/ Projects and Papers mentionedArcGIS (mapping tools): https://www.esri.com/en-us/arcgis/about-arcgis/overviewBrennan, Timothy. “The Digital Humanities Bust,” The Chronicle of Higher Education. October 15, 2017. https://www.chronicle.com/article/The-Digital-Humanities-Bust/241424DARIAH Geobrowser: https://geobrowser.de.dariah.eu/Google Maps (mapping tool): https://www.google.de/maps/Hybrid Narrativity (research group on Graphic novels with Dr. Alexander Dunst): https://groups.uni-paderborn.de/graphic-literature/wp/?lang=enMelville Electronic Library: https://mel.hofstra.edu/ Stanford Literary Lab: https://litlab.stanford.edu/Thaller, Manfred. “Geleitwort.” Digital Humanities. Grundlagen und Technologien für die Praxis, by Susanne Kurz. Springer, 2016. vii – viii. The Viral Texts Project: https://viraltexts.org/Voyant (word cloud and concordance tool): https://voyant-tools.org/ Music Intro/OutroTitle: pine voc - coconut macaroon; Author: Stevia Sphere; Source: https://soundcloud.com/hissoperator/pine-voc-coconut-macaroon License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Royalty Free Open Music from https://starfrosch.com All links were last checked on Dec. 15, 2018. They are provided as an information service. The creator of this podcast and the parties involved in creating the podcast have no control over third party sites and are not responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites, do not endorse the linked sites or resources or the respective contents thereof, nor are they responsible or liable, whether directly or indirectly, for any damages or loss caused or sustained in connection with any use or reliance on information or material obtained from third party sites.
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