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Blood and Glamour

Georg Seesslen

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Neil Christian Pages

Neil Christian Pages is Assistant Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the Binghamton University SUNY, where he teaches courses in literary theory, cultural history, and European literature. His publications include essays on Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Georg Brandes, and W.G. Sebald. He is currently at work on a manuscript on memorials, public memory and other acts of commemoration, tentatively titled On Commemoration: Memory.Identity.Ideology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... It now assumes the status of truth—a pop truth that, in its unreasonable attempt at rationalization, is itself an act of malfeasance. A certain Joachim Lottman addressed Riefenstahl in the pages of the magazine Münchner: “Dear Ms....

Representing the Body in Cyberspace: Riefenstahl's Self-staging (Notes on Leni Riefenstahl's Web Page)

Martina Thiele

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Martina Thiele

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Ingeborg Majer-O'Sickey

Ingeborg Majer-O'Sickey

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Neil Christian Pages

Neil Christian Pages is Assistant Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the Binghamton University SUNY, where he teaches courses in literary theory, cultural history, and European literature. His publications include essays on Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Georg Brandes, and W.G. Sebald. He is currently at work on a manuscript on memorials, public memory and other acts of commemoration, tentatively titled On Commemoration: Memory.Identity.Ideology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... Hipfl, Elisabeth Klaus, and Uta Scheer (Bielefeld: transcript, 2004), 172-200. The translator has not translated the passages from the German Web site, but instead refers to the English-language pages there:...

Wonderful, Horrible Lies: Riefenstahl Memory and Riefenstahl History in Germany

Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... for artists who like to play with fire, suffer from too much hubris, or have shown poor judgment but who otherwise conduct themselves within acceptable limits. Riefenstahl memory is not only thriving in the feuilleton pages of the national press....

In the Rearview Mirror: Curating Riefenstahl, Filmmuseum Potsdam, 1999

Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... pages were full of analyses of Martin Walser's Peace Prize Address (Friedenspreisrede) in the Paulskirche in Frankfurt, where his own “guilt fatigue,” as some pundits would have it, was actually not the major point of the speech. Rather,...

Introduction: Screening Riefenstahl—Riefenstahl Screened

Neil Christian Pages

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Neil Christian Pages is Assistant Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the Binghamton University SUNY, where he teaches courses in literary theory, cultural history, and European literature. His publications include essays on Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Georg Brandes, and W.G. Sebald. He is currently at work on a manuscript on memorials, public memory and other acts of commemoration, tentatively titled On Commemoration: Memory.Identity.Ideology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mary Rhiel

Mary Rhiel is Associate Professor of German at the University of New Hampshire.In tandem with her interests in German film and colonial narratives, particularly those set in China, she has published on German film and on the problems of biography. Her publications include Re-Viewing Kleist: The Discursive Construction of Authorial Subjectivity in West German Kleist Films (Peter Lang, 1991) and the co-edited volume The Seductions of Biography (Routledge, 1996). She has published on teaching Riefenstahl in the journal Unterrichtspraxis. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Ingeborg Majer-O’Sickey

Ingeborg Majer O'Sickey is Associate Professor of German and Women's Studies at Binghamton University SUNY. Her publications include numerous articles on German film as well as the co-edited volumes Triangulated Visions: Women in Recent German Cinema (SUNY Press, 1998) and Subversive Subjects: Reading Marguerite Yourcenar (FDU Press, 2004). Her current book project, Women in Nazi Cinema: Engendering Heimat, Genderizing Nation, is forthcoming in 2006 (Berghahn). Her scholarly and teaching interests in contemporary feminist cultural theories, which she mobilizes in order to read cinematic representations of femininities, meld with her work in German literature and culture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... in the pages of the magazine Emma in 1999, Riefenstahl herself had already used the power of her various positions in a feminist movement that had only one constituent, namely Leni Riefenstahl.See Alice Schwarzer, “Leni Riefenstahl. Propagandistin...

0-1: Riefenstahl and the Beauty of Soccer

Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... these standards been surpassed.”Taylor Downing, Olympia (London: BFI, 1992), 91. The following pages, by examining the representation of soccer in Olympia, present Riefenstahl in much less command over her material than Downing and many others...

The Afterlife of Triumph of the Will: The First Twenty-five Years

Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... or leaving a rally, or of other brief cameo appearances in the rapidly growing deployment of the Wochenschau during the late 1920s and early 1930s.Joachim Fest and Christian Herrendorfer's film Hitler, eine Karriere (1977) offers a wealth...

Control and Consumption: The Photographs of Leni Riefenstahl

Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... is elided. The difference between “the connotating expression and the thing itself” is obscured by an assumed verisimilitude.Edwards, “Beyond the Boundary,” 60. Regarding the dominance of the referent in photography see Christian Metz,...

Reading Rammstein, Remembering Riefenstahl: “Fascist Aesthetics” and German Popular Culture

Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... Zeit, May 25, 2005, http://www.zeit.de/2005/22/Gert_Hof?page=all (accessed July 20, 2007). Culture critic Daniel Bartetzko summarized these aspects of the group's performances in the Frankfurter Rundschau: “[Rammstein's] show brings...

The Ups and Downs of Leni Riefenstahl: Rereading the Rhythms of the Memoirs

Mary Rhiel

Mary Rhiel is Associate Professor of German at the University of New Hampshire.In tandem with her interests in German film and colonial narratives, particularly those set in China, she has published on German film and on the problems of biography. Her publications include Re-Viewing Kleist: The Discursive Construction of Authorial Subjectivity in West German Kleist Films (Peter Lang, 1991) and the co-edited volume The Seductions of Biography (Routledge, 1996). She has published on teaching Riefenstahl in the journal Unterrichtspraxis. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Riefenstahl Screened : An Anthology of New Criticism

Continuum, 2008

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... These are the same rhythms that punctuate the unfolding of Riefenstahl's own life story. Notes I would like to thank Neil Christian Pages and Ingeborg Majer-O'Sickey for their careful readings of drafts of this essay. I would like to thank Neil Christian Pages and Ingeborg Majer-O'Sickey for their careful readings of drafts of this essay....