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Clarke, D. and De Winde, A., 2007. Reinhard Jirgl: Perspektiven, Lesarten, Kontexte. Rodopi. (The German Monitor)

Niven, B. and Clarke, D., eds., 2000. Christoph Hein. University of Wales Press.

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Clarke, D., 2017. Erinnerungspolitik und historisches Lernen:Der Fall DDR. In: Hüttmann, J. and von Arnim, A., eds. Diktatur und Demokratie im Unterricht. Berlin: Metropol.

Clarke, D., 2012. “Capitalism has no more natural enemies”: the Berlin School. In: Ginsburg, T. and Mensch, A., eds. A Companion to German Cinema. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 134-154. (The Wiley-Blackwell Companions to National Cinemas)

Clarke, D. J., 2012. 'Wer schreibt, kann nicht töten':Writing and Life in Reinhard Jirgl’s Abtrünning: Roman aus der nervösen Zeit. In: Clarke, D. and Goodbody, A., eds. The Self in Transition: East German Autobiographical Writing Before and After Unification. Amsterdam, Holland: Rodopi, pp. 241-252. (German Monitor; 75)

Clarke, D. and Woelfel, U., 2011. Remembering the German Democratic Republic in a united Germany. In: Clarke, D. and Ute Wölfel, U., eds. Remembering the German Democratic Republic: divided memory in a united Germany. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 3-22.

Clarke, D., 2011. The absent heimat: Hans-Christian Schmid’s Requiem (2006). In: Cooke, P. and Homewood, C., eds. New directions in German cinema. London: I.B. Tauris, pp. 147-162.

Clarke, D., 2010. German martyrs: images of Christianity and resistance to National Socialism in German cinema. In: Cooke, P. and Silberman, M., eds. Screening War: Perspectives on German Suffering. Rochester, New York: Camden House, pp. 36-55. (Screen cultures: German film and the visual)

Clarke, D., 2010. The industrial world in the literary topography of the GDR. In: Haines, B., Parker, S. and Riordan, C., eds. Aesthetics and Politics in Modern German Culture: Festschrift in Honour of Rhys W. Williams. Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 131-142.

Clarke, D., 2009. In dialogue with the city: Gert Neumann's Leipzig. In: Clarke, D. and Rechtien, R., eds. The Politics of Place in Post-War Germany: Essays in Literary Criticism. Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, pp. 217-238.

Clarke, D., 2009. Introduction: Place in Literature. In: Clarke, D. and Rechtien, R., eds. The Politics of Place in Post-War Germany: Essays in Literary Criticism. Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, pp. 1-23.

Clarke, D., 2007. Anti-Ödipus in der DDR: Zur Darstellung des Verhältnisses von Familie und Staat bei Reinhard Jirgl. In: Clarke, D. and De Winde, A., eds. Reinhard Jirgl: Perspektiven, Lesarten, Kontexte. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 89-110.

Clarke, D., 2007. Das Literaturinstitut "Johannes R. Becher" und die Autorenausbildung in der DDR. In: Barker, P., Ohse, M.-D. and Tate, D., eds. Views from Abroad: Die DDR aus britischer Perspektive. Bielefeld: Bertelsmann, pp. 175-185.

Clarke, D., 2007. Jaecki und der Tod: Benjaminische Motive in Hubert Fichtes Die Geschichte der Empfindlichkeit. In: Bandel, J.-F. and Gillett, R., eds. Hubert Fichte: Text und Kontexte. Hamburg: Männerschwarm, pp. 131-157.

Clarke, D., 2007. Requiem für Michael Kohlhaas: Der Dialog mit den Toten in Christoph Heins Horns Ende (1985) und In seiner frühen Kindheit ein Garten (2005). In: Gilleir, A. and De Winde, A., eds. Literatur im Krebsgang: Totenbeschwörung und Memoria in der deutschsprachigen Literatur nach 1989. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Clarke, D., 2007. Störstellen: Architecture in the work of Reinhard Jirgl. In: Frank, F. and Julian, P., eds. Interactions: Contemporary German-Language Literature's Dialogue with the Arts. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

Clarke, D., 2006. In Search of Home: Filming Postunification Berlin. In: Clarke, D., ed. German Cinema Since Unification. London: Continuum, 151--180.

Clarke, D., 2004. Guilt and shame in Hans-Ulrich Treichel's Der Verlorene. In: Basker, D., ed. Hans-Ulrich Treichel. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 61--78.

Clarke, D., 2000. "Mit Kunst der Welt beikommen":Christoph Hein on the literature, ideology and the possibility of change in the GDR. In: Cooke, P. and Grix, J., eds. East Germany. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Rodopi, pp. 25-32.

Clarke, D., 2000. 'Himmel auf Erden? Christoph Hein, capitalism and the "Wende". In: Jackman, G., ed. Christoph Hein in Perspective. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Rodopi, pp. 21-44.


Clarke, D., Bull, A. C. and Deganutti, M., 2017. Soft Power and Dark Heritage:Multiple Potentialities. International Journal of Cultural Policy Item availability may be restricted.

Clarke, D., 2017. Understanding Controversies over Memorial Museums:The Case of the Leistikowstraße Memorial Museum, Potsdam. History and Memory, 29 (1), pp. 41-71. Item availability may be restricted.

Clarke, D., 2015. The representation of victimhood in Sofi Oksanen's novel 'Purge'. Journal of European Studies, 45 (3), pp. 220-235.

Clarke, D. J., 2014. Communism and Memory Politics in the European Union. Central Europe, 12 (1), pp. 99-114.

Clarke, D., 2011. The capitalist uncanny in Kathrin Röggla’s wir schlafen nicht:Ghosts in the machine. Angermion: Yearbook for Anglo-German Literary Criticism, Intellectual History and Cultural Transfers / Jahrbuch für britisch-deutsche Kulturbeziehungen, 4, pp. 147-163.

Clarke, D., 2010. Space, time and power: the chronotopes of Uwe Tellkmap’s "Der Turm". German Life and Letters, 63 (4), pp. 490-503.

Clarke, D. and De Winde, A., 2006. Der Schriftsteller Reinhard Jirgl. Deutsche Buecher, 36 (2), 107--119.

Clarke, D., 2006. Welcome to Tykwer-World: Tom Tykwer as Auteur. German as a Foreign Language, 3, 7--21.

Clarke, D., 2005. Dandyism and homosexuality in the novels of Christian Kracht. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, 41 (1), 36--54.



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