Edited: Daniel Hoffman-Schwartz
Daniel Hoffman- Schwartz is an associate research scholar in the Department of Comparative Literature at Princeton University. His work has appeared in the Oxford Literary Review and The Dictionary of Untranslatables. He is currently at work on his first book, “Infinite Reflection on the Revolution in France: Burke, Theoretical Romanticism, and the Political.”
By (author) Barbara Natalie Nagel
Barbara Natalie Nagel is an assistant professor in the Department of German at Princeton University. Her first book is Der Skandal des Literalen: Barocke Literalisierungen in Gryphius, Kleist, Büchner. She is currently working on a book project entitled “Ambiguous Aggressions: Flirtation, Passive Aggression, and Domestic Violence in Realism and Beyond.” She has published articles in Law and Literature and CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture.
By (author) Lauren Shizuko Stone
Lauren Shizuko Stone is a lecturer in the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is currently preparing her first book, tentatively titled “The ‘Small Worlds’ of Childhood in Stifter, Rilke, and Benjamin.”