Schriftenreihe der Friedrich Schlegel Graduiertenschule für literaturwissenschaftliche Studien
Edited by:Jutta Müller-Tamm, Andrew James Johnston, Anne Eusterschulte, Susanne Frank, and Michael Gamper
The series of publications of Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School of Literary Studies at Freie Universität Berlin stands for internationally oriented literary studies which go beyond an exclusive focus on the Western tradition and turn towards the European, American, Arabic and Asian literatures of modernity, medieval times and antiquity. The publication forum offers monographs and anthologies which present an exemplary effort within their subject and at the same time cross its boundaries into the philologies and literatures of the world. The purpose is the integration of single disciplinary and comparative research involving neighbouring discursive practices. Friedrich Schlegel's approach obliges to do research of literary cultures from a universal-poetic perspective.
Ute Berns (Universität Hamburg)
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht (Stanford University)
Stefan Keppler-Tasaki (University of Tokyo)
Renate Lachmann (Universität Konstanz)
Ken’ichi Mishima (Osaka University)
Glenn W. Most (Scuola Normale Superiore Pisa)
Jean-Marie Schaeffer (EHESS Paris)
Janet A. Walker (Rutgers University)
David Wellbery (University of Chicago)
Christopher Young (University of Cambridge)
J. Müller-Tamm, A. J. Johnston, A. Eusterschulte, S. Frank, M. Gamper, Freie Universität Berlin.