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Selected Publications

Under Review

Mut zur Wut: Nasty Women and Feminist Anger in the German-Speaking World, edited by J. Gruber & R. Range (book proposal)

Range, Regina. “No Laughing Matter? Rhyme and Reason behind Lisa Eckhart’s Metrische Taktlosigkeiten (2017) and her Stand-Up Comedy,” Mut zur Wut: Nasty Women and Feminist Anger in the German-Speaking World, edited by J. Gruber & R. Range.

Range, Regina and Sam Wetzel. “Increasing Intercultural Competency: An Innovative Workshop Model to Promote Inter- and Cross-Cultural Competency amongst High School and University German Students,” Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German.

Range, Regina. “Austrian Heimat-Horror in Ich seh, ich seh (Goodnight, Mommy),” The Austrian Uncanny in the New Millenium (forthcoming special issue). Austrian Studies Yearbook.

—. “Toni (1929): A Play where Gender Roles Take a Bullet”

Articles

Range, Regina. “The City of Angels through the Lens of Female Austrian-Jewish Exile Scriptwriters Vicki Baum, Gina Kaus, and Salka Viertel,” The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory, 2020, pp. 35-46. https://doi.org/10.1080/00168890.2019.1696509

—. “Tirol bleibt Tirol? Rewriting and Reimagining an Austrian Heimat from an Exile Perspective,” Journal of Austrian Studies,  vol. 53, no. 2, 2020, pp. 41-54. https://doi.org/10.1353/oas.2020.0021

Drewelow, I., Koronkiewicz, B., & Range, R. “Rethinking and Shifting Discourses and Practices of “Testing”: From Accuracy to Engagement with Situated Contexts,” Pathways to Paradigm Change: Critical Examinations of Prevailing Discourses and Ideologies in Second Language Education, edited by B. Dupuy & K. Michelson, Cengage, 2019, pp. 53-82.

Range, Regina. “Gina Kaus’ Film Scripts and Autobiography as a Site of the Everyday Life in Exile,” Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies. Brill Rodopi, 16. 2015, pp. 1-19.

Book Chapters

Range, Regina and Stefan Bronner. “The Courage to Construct and Experiment: Initiatives in Updating the German Minor Program at Concordia University,”  Outreach Strategies and Innovative Teaching Approaches in Small German Program Building, edited by Gabi Eichmanns and Melissa Etzler, Routledge, forthcoming. 2020, pp. 102-117. https://www.routledge.com/Outreach-Strategies-and-Innovative-Teaching-Approaches-for-German-Programs/Etzler-Maier/p/book/9780367343668

Range, Regina. “Writing, Translating, Adapting: A Path to Textuality? The Transformation of Exile Scriptwriter Gina Kaus,” Translation and Textuality, edited by Céline Sabiron and Catherine Chauvin, Presses Universitaires de Nancy, 2020, pp. 199-228. https://www.lcdpu.fr/livre/?GCOI=27000100961050&fa=sommaire

—. “Worlds, Words, and Womanhood: Gina Kaus and the Formation of Spiritual Homeland,” Spiritual Homelands, edited by I. Richard Cohen, Ascher Bienmann, and Sarah Wobick, deGruyter, 2020, pp. 59-80. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110637564-004

—. “In Search of the New Woman and the Best Mother: Unwanted Pregnancy in Gina Kaus’ Literary and Filmic Work,” Reproductive Rights Issues in Popular Media: International Perspectives, edited by Maierhofer, Waltraud, and Beth W. Capo. McFarland & Company, Inc. Publishers, 2017, pp. 82-99.

—. “Gina Kaus’s Autobiography Von Wien nach Hollywood. Erinnerungen – Exile as Opportunity,” Feuchtwanger and Remigration, edited by Ian Wallace. (Feuchtwanger Studies 3.) Lang, 2013, pp. 1-20.

Range, Regina, Mary Bryant, and W. Maierhofer, “J. Barrows Mussey and his Translation of Feuchtwanger’s Wahn oder Der Teufel in Boston,” Feuchtwanger and Remigration, edited by Ian Wallace. (Feuchtwanger Studies 3.) Oxford, UK: Lang, 2013, pp. 67-81.

Reviews, Announcements and Newsletters

Range, Regina and Natalie Martz. “Conference: ‘German Art in Southern California – Southern California in German Art,’” The Newsletter of the International Feuchtwanger Society, vol. 28, December 2018, pp. 6-7.

Range, Regina. “Report on Reading of the Feuchtwanger Diaries at the Villa Aurora,” The Newsletter of the International Feuchtwanger Society, vol. 28, December 2018, pp. 8.

—. “Review of Gerd Gemünden: Continental Strangers: German Exile Cinema, 1933- 1951,” German Studies Review. 38.3, 2015, pp. 694-697. https://doi.org/10.1353/gsr.2015.0126

In Progress

Current monograph project: The Forgotten Ones: Reinserting the German-Speaking Female Exile Experience in Hollywood History (1930s – 1950s)

Edited volume Mut zur Wut: Nasty Women and Feminist Anger in the German-Speaking World collaboration with Professor Gruber (Tennessee Tech University). This project analyzes radical rudeness and rage as displayed in literature, film and public performances by female artists and activists in the German-speaking world

PEN/Heim grant submission of translation: Gustav Schröder’s Heimatlos auf hoher See 

Article: “The Forgotten Female Contribution to the Forgotten Revolution – Uncovering the Women of the German November Revolution 1918/1919”

– Revision of two Digital Humanities Projects “Everyday Life of the ‘Anderen’ in the former GDR” (oral history project) and “Tracing the Transatlantic Careers and Connections of German-Speaking Exiles” (mapping project)