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Murti, Kamakshi P.

Institut zur Erforschung und Förderung österreichischer und internationaler Literaturprozesse

 

Murti, Kamakshi P., Professor of German at Middlebury College, Vermont, U.S.A., has written two books on the challenging relationship between pre- and post-colonial India and Germany, and has published several articles on the imperialist imaginings of India by German-speaking writers such as Hegel, Thomas Mann, Hermann Hesse, and Friedrich Max Mueller. Her teaching and research encompass post-colonial literature, women and gender studies (Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach, Gertrud Kolmar, Emine Sevgi Oezdamar, Zehra Cirak), and second language acquisition and foreign language education. She is presently writing a book entitled Turkey, Germany, and the Shifting Boundaries of Identity that deals with the contentious debates surrounding the Muslim head-scarf.

Email: kmurti@middlebury.edu


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