On 3 March 2018 the Austrian newspaper Die Presse featured an article on my recently completed research project "Masculinities in German and Chinese Literature" by writer and journalist Clementine Skorpil. The starting point of this project, which I conducted as an Erwin Schrödinger Fellow (Austrian Science Fund / FWF: J 3546) between 2014 and 2017 … Continue reading Images of Masculinity between East and West
My book on the Chinese reception of Stefan Zweig is out now! Abstract: During his lifetime Austrian novelist Stefan Zweig (1881–1942) was among the most widely read German-language writers in the world. Always controversial, he fell into critical disfavor as writers and critics in a devastated postwar Europe attacked the poor literary quality of his … Continue reading Solving the mystery of Stefan Zweig’s international success: new book out now!
My book on the fascinating reception history of the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) in the Chinese-speaking world is forthcoming with University of Hawai'i Press (Critical Interventions) this winter! Watch out for updates! image: book cover (c) University of Hawai'i Press
As part of the Vienna Taiwan Lecture Series at the University of Vienna I will present a chapter of my forthcoming book on the reception of Stefan Zweig in the Chinese-speaking world: Arnhilt J. Höfle Poetics and Politics: Stefan Zweig in Taiwan Date: Wednesday, 22nd March, 2017 Time: 18:15 Location: SIN1, at the Department of … Continue reading Talk: Poetics and Politics – Stefan Zweig in Taiwan
Despite a growing number of digital research tools, the potential of Digital Humanities (DH), the intersection of the humanities and computing, has certainly not been fully exploited yet. Henrike Rudolph, a member of the Graduate Programme “China in Germany, Germany in China” at the University of Hamburg, has recently started a new blog to highlight … Continue reading New Blog on Digital Humanities and Sino-German History