Spring 2009 Journal Articles on Sebald
The Spring/Summer 2009 issue of Qui Parle from the University of Nebraska Press contains J. M. Bernstein’s Mad Raccoon, Demented Quail, and the Herring Holocaust: Notes for a Reading of W. G. Sebald. According to its website, “Qui Parle publishes provocative interdisciplinary articles covering a range of outstanding theoretical and critical work in the humanities and social sciences. The journal is dedicated to expanding the dialogues that take place between disciplines and which challenge conventional understandings of reading and scholarship in academia.” A single issue is $19.
And, a piece I’ve been awaiting with anticipation is Richard Sheppard’s ‘Woods, trees and the spaces in between’: A report on work published on W. G. Sebald 2005—2008, now out in the March 2009 issue of Journal of European Studies. Unfortunately, this is a bit more difficult (or expensive) to access.
An essay by Will Stone is included in the Spring/Summer issue of the British film magazine Vertigo. Location, Location: At Risk of Interment – WG Sebald in Terezin and Breendonk is based on the paper Stone gave at the 2008 conference on Sebald’s work at University of East Anglia, Norwich.