Tag Archives: New Directions in German Studies

New releases: February 2018

By | February 28, 2018

February has been a productive month for new Bloomsbury Academic publications! Highlighted below are the newest addtions to the Bloomsbury family. Psychoanalytic Horizons In Mourning Freud, Madelon Sprengnether surveys and examines the changes in psychoanalytic theories and practices over the course of the 20th century in relation to how we interpret Freud today. This is an… Read More »

Q&A with Susan Gustafson

By | July 7, 2016

Susan Gustafson, author of the recently released Goethe's Families of the Heart, answered a few questions for us about how she came to write her new book. How would you describe your book in one sentence? Goethe’s Families of the Heart outlines the families and relationships that Goethe highlights throughout his works that are based on… Read More »

Improvisation as Art by Edgar Landgraf

By | February 15, 2012

Improvisation as Art, the first book in our new series “New Directions in German Studies”, has been insightfully and well-reviewed in the latest issue of the German Quarterly. An extract: “Both students and scholars of 18th and early 19th-century German literature, as well as anyone interested in modern notions of art and improvisation will benefit… Read More »