Carmen Dexl


Lehrstuhl für Amerikanistik, insbesondere nordamerikanische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft
Lehrstuhl für Amerikanistik, insbesondere Literaturwissenschaft


Bending Boundaries: Modern Dance and the Politics of Expression in the Age of Modernity
Carmen Dexl

The Anti-Lynching Narrative: The Ethical and Political Agency of African American Fiction, 1900-1973
Carmen Dexl
(01.04.2008 - 30.06.2017)

Publikationen (Download BibTeX)

Dexl, C. (2015). "Popularizing African American History and Culture through Dance: The Ethics and Politics of the Artistic Visions of Alvin Ailey and Judith Jamison.". In Josephine Metcalf, Carina Spaulding (Eds.), African American Culture and Society After Rodney King: Provocations and Protests, Progression and ‘Post-Racialism’ (pp. 159-176). Farnham: Ashgate.
Dexl, C. (2015). Revisiting Spectacle Lynching and Reconfiguring the U.S. South: Economy and Racial Violence in James W. Johnson’s <i>The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man</i> (1912). In Antje Kley, Heike Paul (Eds.), Rural America (pp. 113-128). Heidelberg: Winter.
Dexl, C. (2015). Segregation. In Bruce A. Arrigo, Joseph Geoffrey Golson (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Surveillance, Security, and Privacy Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Dexl, C. (2011). Moralphilosophie und Literaturwissenschaften im Dialog: Der Ethical Criticism der Gegenwart. In Michael Gubo, Martin Kypta, Florian Öchsner (Eds.), Critical Perspectives: Turns, Trends, and Theories (pp. 240-263). Münster: LIT.
Dexl, C. (2010). 'A Lynching in Blackface' The Representation of History and Fantasies of Black Male Violence in John E. Wideman's The Lynchers. COPAS : Current Objectives of Postgraduate American Studies, 11.
Dexl, C. (2009). Ambiguity and the Ethics of Reading Race and Lynching in James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man (1912). COPAS : Current Objectives of Postgraduate American Studies, 10.

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