Publications

Published by fellows while they were part of the Research Training Group Minor Cosmopolitanisms.

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Monographs

  • Temmen, Jens (2020). The Territorialities of U.S. Imperialisms: Conflicting Discourses of Sovereignty, Jurisdiction and Territory in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Legal Texts and Indigenous Life Writing. Heidelberg: Winter.
  • Xiang, Zairong (2018). Queer Ancient Ways: A Decolonial Exploration. Goleta: Punctum.

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Edited Books and Special Issues of Journals

  • Nicolova, Mariya, Paula von Gleich et al., eds. (2017). COPAS: Current Objectives of Postgraduate American Studies, 18.1.
  • Temmen, Jens and Nicole Waller, eds. (2020). “Mapping American Territorialities.” The Journal of Transnational American Studies, 11.1.
  • Temmen, Jens and Nicole Poppenhagen, eds. (2018). Across Currents: Connections between Atlantic Studies and (Trans)Pacific Studies. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018.
  • Temmen, Jens and Nicole Poppenhagen, eds. (2018) “Across Currents: Connections between Atlantic Studies and (Trans)Pacific Studies.” Atlantic Studies: Global Currents, 15.2.
  • Xiang, Zairong, ed. (2020). Minor Cosmopolitan: Thinking Art, Politics and the Universe Together Otherwise. Zürch, Berlin, Paris: Diaphanes.
  • Xiang, Zairong, S. Pearl Brilmyer and Filippo Trentin, eds. (2019). “The Ontology of the Couple: A Special Issue”. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 25.2.
  • Xiang, Zairong, Dong Bingfeng and Teng Yuning, eds. (2018). “Hyperimage”, 新美术 Journal of National Academy of Art, 39.2.

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Book Chapters

  • Hilden, Irene (2017). "Who sang this song? Ein akustisches Zeugnis, gefangen zwischen Selbstermächtigung und Objektstatus." In: Anna-Marie Brandstetter and Vera Hierholzer (eds.). Nicht nur Raubkunst! Sensible Dinge in Museen und wissenschaftlichen Sammlungen. Göttingen: V&R unipress, 177-191.
  • Hilden, Irene, Anaïs Héraud-Louisadat (2020). "Of Voices, Noises and Colonial Traces." In: Zairong Xiang (ed.). Minor Cosmopolitan: Thinking Art, Politics and the Universe Together Otherwise. Zürch, Berlin, Paris: Diaphanes, 223-227.
  • Hilden, Irene (forthcoming). "Collective Listening. Tracing Colonial Sounds in Postcolonial Berlin." In: Kylie Crane  et al. (eds.). The Minor on the Move, Berlin.
  • Le Gall, Yann. (2016) "The Return of Human Remains to the Pacific: Resurgence of Ancestors and Emergence of Postcolonial Memory Practices.” In: Gigi Adair and Anja Schwarz (eds.). Postcolonial Justice: Reassessing the Fair Go. Trier: WVT, 45-60.
  • Nikolova, Mariya (2020). “Jumpcut” and “Pinecones”. Minor Cosmopolitan: Thinking Art, Politics and the Universe Together Otherwise. Diaphanes.
  • Rath, Anna von (2020). “Strategic Label: Afropolitan Literature in Germany”. In: James Hodapp (ed.). Afropolitan Literature as World Literature. New York: Bloomsbury, 37-56.
  • Rath, Anna von (2018). “Potsdam 2015: Das Sinterklaas Fest im Holländischen Viertel – Zwarte Piet is Racism”. In: Carpus e.V. (ed.): Kolonialrassismus und Widerstand. Globales (Geschichts-)Lernen in Berlin, Dresden, Leipzig und Potsdam. Cottbus, 22-24.
  • Rath, Anna von (2016). “Ethical Aspirations in Contemporary Travel Writing”. In: Felicitas Schweiker, Anna Rasokat and Jessica Homberg-Schramm (eds.). #N3rdM: Negotiating Narratives in/for the Third Millennium. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 97-115.
  • Temmen, Jens (forthcoming). “From HI-SEAS to Outer Space: Discourses of Water and Territory in U.S. Pacific Imperialism and Representations of U.S. Mars Colonization.” In: Alexandra Ganser, Charne Lavery, and Meg Samuelson (eds.). Maritime Mobilities in Literature and Culture: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Temmen, Jens. “Passing on the Torch to Light Out the Territory Ahead: Conflicting Temporalities of (Arrested) Mobility in Geronimo’s Story of His Life.” The Minor on the Move: Doing Cosmopolitanisms. Eds. Kylie Crane, Sara Morais Dos Santos Bruss, Lucy Gasser. Edition Assemblage. Forthcoming February 2021.
  • Temmen, Jens. “The Imperial Grammar of Jurisdictional Incongruence.” Charting the Minor Cosmopolitan. Ed. Zairong Xiang. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2020. 9-11. Print.
  • Temmen, Jens and Nicole Waller (2020). “Introduction: Mapping American Territorialities.” The Journal of Transnational American Studies, 11.1, 23-49.
  • Temmen, Jens (2017). “’So It Happens That We Are Relegated to the Condition of the Aborigines of the American Continent’: Disavowing and Reclaiming Sovereignty in Liliuokalani’s Hawaii’s Story by Hawaii’s Queen and the Congressional Morgan Report.” In: Anke Bartels, Lars Eckstein, Nicole Waller, Dirk Wiemann (eds.). Postcolonial Justice. Leiden and Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 333-356.
  • Temmen, Jens (2015). “Overriding/Overwriting the Reservation: John Rollin Ridge‘s The Life and Adventures of Joaquín Murieta, the Celebrated California Bandit.” In: Antje Kley and Heike Paul (eds.). Rural America. Heidelberg: Winter, 131-148.
  • Xiang, Zairong (2018). “’adam Is Not Man: The Queer Body before Genesis 2:22 (and After)”. In: Lisa Stenmark and Whitney Bauman (eds.). Unsettling Science and Religion: Contributions and Questions from Queer Studies. Lanham: Lexington, 183-197.
  • Xiang, Zairong (2017). “Camp as a Critical Strategy in Gu Changwei’s And the Spring Comes [立春].” In: Franziska Bergmann, Fabio Cleto, Ingrid Hotz-Davies and Georg Vogt (eds.). The Dark Side of Camp: Queer Economy of Dust, Dirt and Patina. London: Routledge, 56-70.
  • Xiang, Zairong (2016). “The (De)Coloniality of Conceptual Inequivalence: Reinterpreting Ometeotl within Nahua Tlacuiloliztli.” In: Juan Ramos and Tara Daly (eds.). Decolonial Readings of Latin American Literature and Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 39-55.

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Journal Articles

  • LeGall, Yann (2020). “Songea Mbano, Maji Maji Flava, and the ‘Halfway Dead’ of the Majimaji War (1905-07)”, Human Remains and Violence 6.2, 4-22.
  • LeGall, Yann (2018). "'You are Welcome to Moshi' - Mangi Meli’s Grandson in Berlin and the Story of German Colonial Violence in the Kilimanjaro." Habari - Shared History - Koloniales Erbe als Verantwortung 4. 9-16.
  • März, Moses and Graeme Arendse (2016). “Salut Glissant.” Chimurenga Chronic 8, 52-55.
  • März, Moses (2016). “The Invention of African Football”. Chimurenga Chronic 7 (books supplement), 18-20.
  • März, Moses (2016). “Four Days in June.” Chimurenga Chronic 7, 18-21.
  • Morais dos Santos Bruss, Sara and Madhurima Majumder (2020). “Kein Liebesdienst.” Feministische Kampfansagen 56, 14 July.
  • Morais dos Santos Bruss, Sara (2019). “Naming and Shaming or Speaking Truth to Power? On the Ambivalences of the Indian List of Sexual Harassers in Academia.” Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization 19.4, 721-743.
  • Nikolova, Mariya (2019). “White Violence and Spectral Blackness in Don DeLillo’s Zero K.” COPAS: Current Objectives of Postgraduate American Studies 20.2, 92-108.
  • Nikolova, Mariya (2018). "On Breaking Dissertations, or How I Read Sideways." U.S. Studies Online: Forum for New Writing, 22 January.
  • Sewgobind, Praveen (2019). “Kwakoe, Baba & Mai: Revisiting Dutch Colonialism in Suriname.” Postcolonial Interventions: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 4.2, 264-300.
  • Temmen, Jens. "The Un/Incorporated, Continental, Overseas, Global States of America: The Grammar of Jurisdictional Incongruence in US Imperialism." Spaces of Empire. Ed. Mahshid Mayar. U.S. Studies Online: Forum for New Writinghttps://usso.uk/the-un-incorporated-continental-overseas-global-states-of-america-the-grammar-of-jurisdictional-incongruence-in-us-imperialism/.
  • Temmen, Jens and Nicole Poppenhagen (2018). “Introduction: Across Currents: Connections between Atlantic Studies and (Trans)Pacific Studies.” Atlantic Studies: Global Currents, 15.2, 149-159.
  • Temmen Jens and Sonja John (2015). “Tagungsbericht: Biopolitics – Geopolitics – Sovereignty – Life: Settler Colonialisms and Indigenous Presences in North America, 25.06.2015 – 27.06.2015 Mainz.” H-Soz-Kult, 4 August.
  • Xiang, Zairong, S. Pearl Brilmyer and Filippo Trentin (2019). “The Ontology of the Couple, or, What Queer Theory Knows about Numbers.” GLQ: A Journal for Lesbian and Gay Studies, 25.2, 217-221.
  • Xiang, Zairong (2018). “Transdualism: Towards a Materio-Discursive Embodiment.” TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, 5.3, 425-442.
  • Xiang, Zairong (2018). “Below Either/or: Rereading Femininity and Monstrosity inside Enuma Elish.” Feminist Theology 26.2, 115-132.

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Book Reviews and Blog Posts

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