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Hat Flies Off Pointy Head of Middle-Class Man: German Expressionist Poetry, Identity, and Clothing

Rachel Freudenburg, Boston College German Studies Department, and her students Wayne R. Libbey, Taylor Healy, Davis Kessler, Liz Paulhus, Cristina Kennedy, Heather Broberg, Joey Schmitz, Sarah Fox, Conal Berberich, Steve Cottle, Matthew Thompson, Andrew del Boccio, Nate MacPherson, Ann Rickley, and James Pustejovsky

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Format: Lecture & Poetry reading

Length: 39 minutes

Boston College German Studies Professor Rachel Freudenburg and her students read and discuss German expressionist poetry and their own translations of the works. The reading was held in the McMullen Museum of Art as a part of Reclaiming a Lost Generation, an exhibition of German self-portraits from the Feldberg collection that were created during the years 1923-1933.

Freudenburg is introduced by Nancy Netzer, director of the McMullen Museum of Art.

Presenter(s): Rachel Freudenburg, Wayne R. Libbey, Taylor Healy, Davis Kessler, Liz Paulhus, Cristina Kennedy, Heather Broberg, Joey Schmitz, Sarah Fox, Conal Berberich, Steve Cottle, Matthew Thompson, Andrew del Boccio, Nate MacPherson, Ann Rickley, James Pustejovsky

Date: November 1, 2002

Location: McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College

Sponsor(s): McMullen Museum of Art; Boston College

URL: http://frontrow.bc.edu/program/freudenburg/

The information on this page is accurate as of November 2002