Contributions: Rudiger Campe
Contributions: Jeffrey Champlin
Jeffrey Champlin teaches literature at the Barenboim-Said Academy in Berlin and is an associate fellow at Bard College's Hannah Arendt Center.
Contributions: Bernhard Dotzler
Contributions: Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht is the Albert Guérard Professor Emeritus in Literature in the Departments of Comparative Literature and French and Italian at Stanford University. As a public intellectual and highly prolific writer, he contributes to fields as diverse as the histories of national literatures in Romance languages, Western philosophical traditions, and forms of aesthetic experience in twenty first-century everyday culture. He has published more than two thousand texts, translated into more than twenty languages. His latest books are Atmosphere, Mood, Stimmung: On a Hidden Potential of Literature (2012), Explosionen der Aufklärung: Diderot, Goya, Lichtenberg, Mozart (2013), After 1945: Latency as Origin of the Present (2013), and Brüchige Gegenwart: Reflexionen und Reaktionen (2019).
Contributions: Ute Holl
Contributions: Antje Pfannkuchen
Contributions: Mert Bahadir Reisoglu
Contributions: Nimrod Reitman
Contributions: Laurence A. Rickels
Afterword: Avital Ronell
Avital Ronell is University Professor of the Humanities and Professor of German, English, and Comparative Literature at New York University.
Contributions: Bernhard Siegert
Contributions: Chadwick Truscott Smith
Contributions: Elisabeth Weber
Elisabeth Weber is a professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her books include Verfolgung und Trauma: Zu Emmanuel Levinas’ Autrement qu’être ou au-delà de l’essence (Passagen Verlag, 1990), Das Vergessen(e): Anamnesen des Undarstellbaren, coeditor (Turia and Kant, 1997), and Questioning Judaism (Stanford, 2004), a collection of interviews with Jacques Derrida, Jean-François Lyotard, Emmanuel Levinas, Pierre Vidal-Naquet, and others. She has also edited several works by Jacques Derrida. Her edited volume Living Together: Jacques Derrida’s Communities of Violence and Peace is forthcoming from Fordham University Press.
Contributions: Samuel Weber
Contributions: Geoffrey Winthrop-Young
Contributions: Dominik Zechner
Contributions: Hans-Christian von Herrmann