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Marjanne Goozé specializes in German literature from the late eighteenth century to the present with a particular focus on German women writers, Jewish-German writers, Holocaust narratives, personal narratives, and feminist theory and criticism. She is the author of articles and book chapters on Henriette Herz, Bettina von Arnim, Karoline von Günderrode, Rahel Varnhagen von Ense, Hölderlin, Wilhelm von Humboldt, Karl Emil Franzos, Franz Kafka, Christa Wolf, and Jeannette Lander. She has translated (with Jeannine Blackwell) the memoirs of Henriette Herz and published on feminist autobiography theory. With Anne Brown, she is the co-editor of the volume: International Women's Writing: New Landscapes of Identity. She is the editor of the book Challenging Separate Spheres: Female Bildung in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Germany. Currently, she is writing a book on Henriette Herz and the Berliner Salon. She teaches courses in 19th- and 20th-century German literature, German culture, and literary theory. She has taught Introduction to Women's Studies and Feminist Theory for the Institute for Women's Studies. For Spring 2012, she is proposing a Franklin College Interdisciplinary course (FCID 3500): The Holocaust From the Victims' Perspectives.
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley