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Anne Fuchs

ANNE FUCHS is Professor of German at the University of St Andrews, UK. Prior to 2011 she was professor of Modern German Literature and Culture at University College Dublin, Ireland,foreighteen years, where she also directed a five-year research program on "German Memory Contests since 1945" under the auspices of the UCD Humanities Institute. The award of the UCD President's Fellowship in 2010 facilitated the completion of her Dresden project. She has published widely on modern German literature and cultural memory in journals and booksand is author of four monographs,includingPhantoms of War in German Literature,Film and Discourse, which wona Choice Outstanding Academic Title Award in 2009.

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After the Dresden Bombing
Pathways of Memory, 1945 to the Present

Palgrave Macmillan
Anne Fuchs traces the aftermath of the Dresden bombing in the collective imagination from 1945 to today. As a case study of an event that gained local,...
Anne Fuchs

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