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Recent publications

  • Julian Preece, Special Issue of Oxford German Studies (2019) 48:3 ‘Günter Grass and World Literature’, edited with Nicole Thesz Introduction, with Thesz, ibid., pp.303-310
  • Julian Preece, ‘Jean-Paul Sartre’s Antisemite and Jew (1946) as Blueprint for Grass’s Jewish Figures: From Dog Years to Crabwalk’, ibid., pp.391-403
  • Julian Preece, ‘Wem gehört Geschichte? Revierkämpfe zwischen Günter Grass und Marcel Reich-Ranicki‘ literaturkritik.de, October 2019, n.p. English version: ‘Turf Wars, or: Who owns History? The Rivalry between Günter Grass and Marcel Reich-Ranicki’, in Bill Donahue and Martin Kagel (eds.), Die Grosse Mischkalkulation. Institutions, Social Import, and Market Forces in the German Literary Field (Munich: Fink, 2020), pp.159-75
  • Julian Preece, ‘Von Danzig nach London über Berlin: Die literarische Freundschaft zwischen Eva Figes und Günter Grass‘, Freipass. Schriften der Günter und Ute Grass Stiftung (2019) 4, pp.92-107
  • Julian Preece, ‘Jak zapamiętałem Güntera Grassa / Wie ich mich an Günter Grass erinnere‘, Günter Grass Odpominania / Günter Grass Entinnerungen, (Gdańsk: Instytut Kaszubski, 2017), edited by Miłosława Borzyszkowska-Szewczyk, pp.201-10
  • Julian Preece, Günter Grass, Reaktion Books, forthcoming 12 February 2018.
  • Katharina Hall (ed.), Crime Fiction in German:  Der Krimi (Cardiff:  University of Wales Press, 2016).
  • Julian Preece and Nick Hodgin (eds.), Andreas Dresen (Lang, 2017), vol. 4 in the series Contemporary German Writers and Film-makers.
  • Brigid Haines, 'Connecting with the Real: Death, Dying and Displacement in Andreas Dresen's Halt auf freier Strecke (2011) and Michael Haneke's Amour', in ibid., pp.169-92.
  • Tom Cheesman (forthcoming), ‘“Die Zerreißprobe des Fremden“: Zafer Şenocaks Köşk - Der Pavillon - The Residence und Antoine Bermans Übersetzungskritik’, in: Ortrud Gutjahr (ed.), Wort.brüche: Fragmente einer Sprache des Vertrauens bei Zafer Şenocak (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft)
  • Julian Preece (ed.), Re-forming the Nation in Literature and Film: The Patriotic Idea in Contemporary German-Language Culture (Lang, 2014), vol.3 in the Leeds-Swansea Series in Contemporary German Literature
  • Brigid Haines and Lyn Marven (eds.), Herta Müller (Oxford University Press, 2013)
  • Tom Cheesman (ed.), German Text Crimes: Writers Accused, from the 1950s to the 2000s (Rodopi, 2013) (reviewed by Houman Barekat in the Times Literary Supplement, 8 November 2013) 
  • Julian Preece (ed.), Ilija Trojanow (Contemporary German Writers and Film-makers series, Peter Lang 2013)
  • Tom Cheesman (ed.), Feridun Zaimoglu (Contemporary German Writers and Film-makers series, Peter Lang 2012)
  • Kat Hall and Kathryn N. Jones (eds.), Constructions of Conflict: Transmitting Memories of the Past in European Historiography, Culture and Media (Lang, 2011)
  • Julian Preece, ‘Separate Bodies, or on Intercultural Failure in Ilija Trojanow’s Der Weltensammler’, Emerging German-Language Novelists of the Twenty-First Century, edited by Lyn Marven and Stuart Taberner (Rochester NY: Camden House, 2011), pp.119-32
  • Julian Preece, ‘Christian Kracht’s Faserland (Frayed-Land)’, The  Novel in German since 1990, edited by Stuart Taberner (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2011), pp.136-50
  • Julian Preece, ‘Faking the Hadj in Ilija Trojanow’s Der Weltensammler’, Religion and Identity in Contemporary German Literature and Film: Seekers, Believers, Doubters, edited by Julian Preece, Frank Finlay and Sinead Crowe (Bern: Lang, 2010), pp.211-25
  • Julian Preece, Frank Finlay and Sinead Crowe (eds.) Religion and Identity in Germany: Doubters, Believers, Seekers in Literature and Film (Peter Lang 2010)
  • Brigid Haines, Stephen Parker and Colin Riordan (eds), Aesthetics and Politics in Modern German Culture: Festschrift in Honour of Rhys W. Williams (Peter Lang 2010)
  • Julian Preece and Rob Stone (eds.), From the Weathermen to the Red Brigades: Post-’68 Left Wing Political Violence in European and American Film and Fiction, special issue of Journal of European Studies40: 3 (2010)
  • Katharina Hall, Günter Grass’s Danzig Quintet: Explorations in the Memory and History of the Nazi Era from Die Blechtrommel to Im Krebsgang (Peter Lang 2007)
  • Tom Cheesman, Novels of Turkish German Settlement: Cosmopolite Fictions (Camden House 2007)
  • Brigid Haines and Margaret Littler, Contemporary German Women’s Writing: Changing the Subject (OUP 2004)
  • Brigid Haines and Lyn Marven (eds), Libuše Moníková in memoriam (Rodopi 2005)
  • (forthcoming) Rhoslyn Beckwith (PhD student), ‘The New Prussian Renaissance: Literary Commemorations of Queen Luise’ (under peer review)
  • (forthcoming) Susanne Brogi and Anja Gerigk (MHRA Research Associate), Günter Grass. Der Butt, Kommentar und Materialien (Steidl: Göttingen, 2021)
    Julian Preece, Günter Grass. Unkenrufe, Kommentar und Materialien (Steidl: Göttingen, 2021)