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Rechtien, R. A., 2012. Overcoming nationhood? The Turkish-German axis in recent German cinema and literature. In: Shifting German and Central and East European Landscapes: Cultural Hybridity and Place, 2012-12-14, Bath.

Rechtien, R., 2012. From Vergangenheitsbewältigung to Living with Ghosts: Christa Wolfs Kindheitsmuster and Leibhaftig. In: Clarke, D. and Goodbody, A., eds. The self in transition: East German autobiographical writing before and after unification: essays in honour of Dennis Tate. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 123-143. (German monitor; 75)

Rechtien, R., 2011. Exploring routes and roots in recent German migrant cinema. In: 'Place and Identity’ interdisciplinary workshop, 2011-05-12, Bath.

Rechtien, R. and Tate, D., eds., 2011. Twenty years on, competing memories of the GDR in post-unification German culture. Rochester, New York: Camden House. (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture)

Rechtien, R., 2010. The topography of the self in Christa Wolf’s Der geteilte Himmel. German Life and Letters, 63 (4), pp. 475-489.

Rechtien, R., 2009. Berlin as a site of cultural memory in the writing of Christa Wolf. In: Spaces of Nationhood: Landscape and Identity After Communism, 2009-09-07 - 2009-09-09, University of Birmingham, England.

Rechtien, R., 2009. From a topography of hope to a nightmarish ‘non-place’: chronotopes in Christa Wolf’s ‘June afternoon’, ‘Unter den Linden’ and What Remains. In: Clarke, D. and Rechtien, R., eds. The politics of place in post-war Germany: essays in literary criticism. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, pp. 261-284.

Rechtien, R., 2009. Images and Imaginings of the socialist city in Christa Wolf’s early writing. In: Cityscapes in the Former GDR, 2009-05-09, University of Bath, England.

Rechtien, R., 2008. From psychoanalytical to corporeal memory. An analysis of Christa Wolf’s Patterns of Childhood and Incarnate. In: Cultural Memory. Forgetting to Remember/Remembering to Forget, 2008-09-10 - 2008-09-13, Kent Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Kent, England.

Rechtien, R., 2007. '[…] so unwichtig sind die Orte nicht, anden en wir leben.' Places of Longing and Belonging in Christa Wolf's Der geteilte Himmel and Sommerstück. In: Rechtien, R. and Von Oppen, K., eds. Local/Global Encounters. Vol. 68. 68 ed. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 121-143. (German Monitor)

Rechtien, R. and Von Oppen, K., eds., 2007. Local/Global Encounters. Vol. 68. Amsterdam: Rodopi. (German Monitor)

Rechtien, R., 2007. "[…] eine Autobiographie nach anderen Gesichtspunkten als denen der äusseren Historie und Chronologie." Christa Wolfs Alltagsprosa als autobiographisches Projekt. In: Barker, P., Ohse, M. D. and Tate, D., eds. Views from Abroad. Die DDR aus britischer Perspektive. Bielefeld: Bertelsmann, pp. 223-234.

Rechtien, R., 2004. Irene Boehme's novel Die Buchhaendlerin. A Case of Reconstructing the Past in the Image of the Future? In: Foster, I. and Wigmore, J., eds. Neighbours and Strangers: Literary and Cultural Relations in Germany, Austria and Central Europe Since 1989. Vol. 59. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, pp. 219-237. (German Monitor no 59)

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