Publications

Below is a very small selection of useful publications and links to (online) bibliographies on letter research. It concentrates on material published from 2000 onwards and will be updated whenever possible. Suggestions for books and bibliographies that should be included are most welcome.

Online bibliographies

Bibliographie zur Briefforschung (Institut für Textkritik)

Oxford Bibliographies: Greek Literary Letters, Letters and Letter Writing, The Epistolary Novel, etc.

Publications

2016
James Daybell und Andrew Gordon, Cultures of Correspondence in Early Modern Britain (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016);

James Daybell und Svante Norrhem, Gender and Political Culture in Early Modern Europe, 1400-1800 (London und New York: Routledge, 2016);

2015
Albrecht Schöne, Der Briefschreiber Goethe (Munich: C.H. Beck, 2015)

2014
Inka Kording, (V)Erschriebenes Ich. Individualität in der Briefliteratur des 18. Jahrhunderts – Louise Gottsched, Anna Luisa Karsch und Heinrich von Kleist (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2014)

Hanna Delf von Wolzogen und Rainer Falk (Hrsg.), Fontanes Briefe ediert (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2014).

Probleme des Kommentierens. Beiträge eines Innsbrucker Workshops, ed. Wolfgang Wiesmüller (Innsbruck: innsbruck university press, 2014).

2013
Briefkultur von Martin Luther bis Thomas Bernhard: Texte und Interpretationen, ed. by Jörg Schuster and Jochen Strobel (Berlin/New York: de Gruyter, 2013).

Gesprächsspiele & Ideenmagazine: Heinrich von Kleist und die Briefkultur um 1800, ed. by Ingo Breuer, Katarzyna Jaśtal, and Paweł Zarychta (Cologne: Böhlau, 2013).

Anne Bohnenkamp and Elke Richter (Ed.), Brief-Edition im digitalen Zeitalter (Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter, 2013) [= Beihefte zu editio, Bd. 34].

Michaela Fenske, Demokratie erschreiben: Bürgerbriefe und Petitionen als Medien politischer Kultur 1950–1974 (Frankfurt/New York: Campus, 2013).

2012
James Daybell, The Material Letter in Early Modern England: Manuscript Letters and the Culture and Practices of Letter-Writing, 1512–1635 (Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).

Marina Dossena, Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe (Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2012).

Sabrina Kusche, Der E-Mail-Roman: Zur Medialisierung des Erzählens in der zeitgenössischen deutsch- und englischsprachigen Literatur (Dissertation, Stockholm University, 2012).

2011
Kylie Cardell and Jane Haggis, ‘Contemporary Perspectives on Epistolarity’, Life Writing, 8/2 (2011), 129–33.

Jane Haggis and Mary Holmes, ‘Epistles to Emails: Letters, Relationship Building and the Virtual Age’, Life Writing, 8/2 (2011), 169–85.

Anett Holzheid, Das Medium Postkarte: Eine sprachwissenschaftliche und mediengeschichtliche Studie (Berlin: Erich Schmidt, 2011).

Margaretta Jolly, ‘Lamenting the Letter and the Truth about Email’, Life Writing, 8/2 (2011), 153–67.

Benjamin Perl, ‘Mozart as a letter-writer: the dash as a stylistic feature and its affinity with musical phenomena‘, Mozart Studien, 20 (2011), 205-221.

Rosslyn Prosser, ‘The Postcard. The Fragment’, Life Writing, 8/2 (2011), 219–25.

Liz Stanley, ‘The Epistolary Gift, the Editorial Third-Party, Counter-Epistolaria: Rethinking the Epistolarium’, Life Writing, 8/2 (2011), 135–52.

2010
Anne Bohnenkamp and Waltraud Wiethölter (Ed.), Der Brief – Ereignis und Objekt: Frankfurter Tagung (Frankfurt a.M.: Stroemfeld, 2010).

Carmen Furger, Briefsteller: Das Medium ‘Brief’ im 17. und frühen 18. Jahrhundert (Vienna: Böhlau, 2010).

Sarah Poustie, ‘Re-Theorising Letters and “Letterness”’, in Olive Schreiner Letter Project: Working Papers on Letters, Letterness & Epistolary Networks, 1 (2010).

2009
Giora Sternberg, ‘Epistolary Ceremonial: Corresponding Status at the Time of Louis XIV’, Past & Present 204 (2009), 33–88.

tbc.

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