- April 2019: Co-editor of 'Europe Now', On-line journal (issue April 2019) of the Center for European Studies (CES) at Columbia University, NYC.
- Dec 2018: Translated into German: My Book "Image in Outline" - Lou Andreas-Salomé. Bild im Umriss. Eine Lektüre. Übersetzt von Reiner Ansén. Auslieferung: 1. Dezember 2018. https://www.verlag-koenigshausen-neumann.de/product_info.php/info/p8770_Lou-Andreas-Salom----Bild-im-Umriss--Eine-Lekt--re----bersetzt-von-Reiner--Ans--n.html/XTCsid/8clpnf3jubkbg51mi000924a47
- The Many Voices of Europe. Mobility and Migration in Contemporary Europe. Ed. Gisela Brinker-Gabler and Nicole Shea (in preparation)
- June 2018: Book Chapter:"Walter Benjamin's Translator/Critic as a Model for Transcultural Thought and Practice," in: Benjamin's Figures. Dialogues on the Vocation of the Humanities, eds. Madeleine Kasten, Rico Sneller, Gerard Visser, Nordhausen (Germany): Traugott Bautz, June 2018.
- May 2018: Co-Chair of the new Research Network "European Culture", Council for European Studies at Columbia University, NY https://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/membership/research/14-research/333-european-culture-research-network
- March 29, 2018: presentation, "Generating Translocality" at Mini-Symposium (Re)crossing Borders: Mobility and Migration in Contemporary Literature and Culture at the 25th International Conference of Europeanists: Chicago, March 28-30 https://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/conferences/upcoming-conferences/2018-ces-conference
- March 2018: Co-organizer with Nicole Shea of the Mini-Symposium (Re)crossing Borders: Mobility and Migration in Contemporary Literature and Culture at the 25th International Conference of Europeanists: Chicago, March 28-30 https://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/conferences/upcoming-conferences/2018-ces-conference
- July 2017:Co-organizer with Nicole Shea of the Symposium The Many Voices of Europe. Contemporary Literature of Migration at the 24th International Conference of Europeanists: Sustainability and Transformation, University of Glasgow, UK, July 12-14.
- May 2017: Invited Keynote at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of University Teachers of German(CAUTG),Toronto,Canada. "Generating Translocality: Mobility, Place, and Constellation. https://www.cautg.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/CAUTG_2017_Toronto_3_April_17.pdf
- Translated into the Croatian language: My book Image in Outline: Reading Lou Andreas-Salomé, 2016. https://www.knjizara-dominovic.hr/Artikl/OBRIS-SLIKE-citajuci-Lou-Andreas-Salome.html?q=cGdcOTQscHJcNzA5MjA%3d
- November 2016, Book chapter: "‘The Task of the Translator.’ Walter Benjamin’s Über-setzen in Cross-Cultural Practice,” in: Translation and Translating in German Studies. A Festschrift for Raleigh Whitinger; John L. Plews and Diana Spokiene, editors. https://www.wlupress.wlu.ca/Books/T/Translation-and-Translating-in-German-Studies
- July 2016: International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA), convention in Vienna, Austria, July 2016: Organizer of Three Panels # 17285 Towards a New World Literature with 15 presenters https://icla2016.univie.ac.at/group-sections/ - title of my presentation: Constellations of the Translocal: Towards a New World Literature
- December 2015: Three of my earlier edited books published as reprints and ebooks by Fischer Verlag, Germany : Fanny Lewald: the first new edition (abridged version of six volumes) of one of the most important German autobiographies of the 19th century by the famous Jewish-German writer Fanny Lewald. Toni Sender: The first German edition of the autobiography (published 1939 in the US) by the Jewish-German socialist Toni Sender, one of the four female "Reichstagsabgeordnete" in Weimar Germany, who later escaped the Nazis, and immigrated to the United States to become a high ranked official of the United Nations. Frauen gegen den Krieg, the first anthology documenting German women's work against the war from the end of the 19th century to 1933.http://www.fischerverlage.de/suche?text=Gisela+Brinker-Gabler
- Reviews of my book Image in Outline: Laura Deiulio in: German Studies Review, May 2015, 423-25 https:http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/german_studies_review/v038/38.2.deiulio.html; Muriel Cormican (University of West Georgia) in: Monatshefte, Fall 2014, 518f.; Agatha Schwartz (University of Ottawa) in: German Quarterly, Fall 2013, 493f.; R.C. Conard (University of Dayton) in: Choice, March 2013.
- New paperback edition of my recent book Image in Outline. Reading Lou Andreas-Salomé (9/14)http://www.amazon.com/Image-Outline-Reading-Andreas-Salomé-Directions/dp/1628920173/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1408811259&sr=8-2&keywords=gisela+brinker-gabler
Her teaching and research concentrates on modern thought and literature, German literature and culture from the 18th century to the present, women’s writing and gender studies, transnational approaches to literature, culture and politics. She has been interested in the concepts of the "other" and the "foreign," and the work of Lou Andreas-Salomé, Walter Benjamin, and Ingeborg Bachmann.
Gisela Brinker-Gabler joined the Department of Comparative Literature at Binghamton University after having previously taught at the University of Cologne (Germany), University of Essen (Germany), and University of Florida. Also, she served as second Käthe-Leichter-Visiting Professor of Women and Gender Studies (endowed chair) at the University of Vienna (1999/2000), as Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the University of Minnesota, Morris (USA), and as Ida Cordella Beam Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Iowa (USA). She is the recipient of a research fellowship from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, research grants from the Kultusministerium Nordrhein-Westfalen (Germany), and conference grants from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), New York, the Austrian Culture Institute, New York, and the John Kade Foundation, New York. She has been a member and chair of the MLA division "German - Late 19th and Early 20th Century", a member of the Editorial Board of the journals "Women in German" (U of Nebraska Press) and "Contemporary Women's Writing" (Oxford U Press), a member of the Editorial Board of SUNY Press (State University of New York Press, Albany, New York), and a member and chair of the MLA Committee "Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for German Studies". Her biography is included in "2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century" (Cambridge, UK,International Biographical Centre).
At Binghamton University's Department of Comparative Literature she served as Graduate Director, Co-Director of the Doctoral PLC Program (Philosophy, Literature, and the Theory of Criticism), and Department Chair.
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