'Strange worlds' in German migration literature, and intercultural learning in the context of German studies in South Africa.
This study examines the relationships between intercultural theory, German Studies (in South Africa) and post-war migration literature written in Germany. Migration literature as intercultural literature, and German Studies adopting an intercultural philosophy are thus associated by an intercultural aspect that also links both to a global network of intercultural relations. The study places emphasis on relationships rather than areas of research. This means that areas of research are looked at in terms of how they relate to other areas of research and other contexts. The underlying idea is that intercultural understanding can be taught at an academic level as an avenue towards building intercultural competence. At the same time, theories of an intercultural understanding should be informed by experiences that helped build intercultural competence.
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Die Todesfigur : eine studie ihrer funktion in der deutschen literatur vom vierzehnten bis zum sechzehnten jahrhundert : unter besonderer beruecksichtigung des sozial - und gesellschaftskritischen aspekts. Thiel, Gudrun Else Kaethe. (1989)This research report deals with the function of the figure of Death in German literature from the 14th to the 16th century and its early Latin predecessors. This thesis aims to give an overview of such texts, written ...
Kongruenz und Kontrast im literarischen Kulturvergleich : zur Problematisierung des Subjekts in der Entwicklung des nouveau Roman und des neueren deutschen Romans : sozialpsychologische Interpretationen zu Butor, Ollier, Pinget, Robbe-Grillet, Saporta, Sarraute, Simon, Andersch, Bachmann, Fichte, Frisch, Grass, Härtling, Handke, Kipphardt, Muschg, Nizon, Walser, Wohmann. Michel, Etith Margarete. (1991)Abstract available in pdf file.
Mphahlele's Down Second Avenue in German : cultural transfer, norms and translation strategies in Kruger's Pretoria Zweite Avenue. Jarvis, Emily. (2005)The aim of my study is to identify, describe and critique Es'kia Mphahlele's Down Second Avenue and its German translation, Pretoria Zweite Avenue. More specifically, the aim is to engage with the norms and constraints ...