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Eigene Veröffentlichungen:

AJ-Images-Magazin: Kunst und Kultur | Film, Theater, Literatur

Das AJ-Images Magazin wird als freie Online-Zeitschrift, die auf dieser Website als Download zur Verfügung stehen wird, herausgegeben. Die unregelmäßig erscheinenden Ausgaben haben jeweils einen Künstler oder ein Thema aus den Bereichen Film, Theater oder Literatur im Fokus.


Einzelne Magazin-Artikel:


Lithuania, Here We Come! Our Trip to Al Jolson’s Homeland (Artikel in englischer Sprache)

John Lithgow's Stories by Heart (Artikel in englischer Sprache)

Weil es mein Traum ist - Wyman Brent und die Vilnius Jewish Library

Radio-Features:



Radio-Feature, das sich besonders an deutsche Hörer richtet, die für die Vilnius Jewish Library spenden wollen



Radio-Feature "Al Jolson Overseas"



Bücher/E-Books:



Neuplatonismus und Christentum

Ein Überblick über die Begegnungen zwischen griechischer Philosophie und Christentum.
Ursprgl. verfasst für: Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Philosophisches Seminar, Note: 1,3
ISBN: 978-3-656-21670-4, ISBN E-Book: 978-3-656-21441-0


The Role of the Chorus in Shakespeare’s King Henry V

At first view, the Chorus in Shakespeare’s Henry V only seems to serve two main practical purposes: to lead the audience through the play as regards content and to form their view on the character of King Henry V.
Ursprgl. verfasst für: Shakespeare and Modernity, Harvard University Ext. School, fall 2008, Note: 1-
ISBN: 978-3-640-46896-6


Christianity versus Judaism in Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice

In Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice (1.3.68–98), the Jewish character of Shylock refers to the biblical story of Jacob tricking his uncle Laban by tampering with the procreative process of Laban's flock of sheep (Genesis 30.25–43). In the following I will try to point out why Shylock tells this story, and in literary context he ruminates upon it.
Ursprgl. verfasst für: Shakespeare and Modernity, Harvard University Ext. School, fall 2008, Note: 2+
ISBN E-Book: 978-3-640-46895-9, ISBN Buch: 978-3-640-46906-2



Ethnic Theater in the United States

The development of ethnic theater in the United States is closely connected with immigration as a social and cultural process. Ethnic theater has changed along with the immigrant generations. Despite acculturation and assimilation, ethnic theater is still of social, political, cultural, and educational importance within the American society.
Final course paper: Survey of the Performing Arts, University of Phoenix, fall 2009, Note: 1

ISBN E-Book: 978-3-640-50209-7, ISBN Buch: 978-3-640-50187-8


Artikel:

Our Jolson Story
How the past can have an impact on today or even tomorrow... (mehr)
In: The Jolson Journal, Vol. 108, spring issue of 2008, Int'l. Al Jolson Society


Studienarbeiten:

Personal Perspectives Paper: Stories by Heart – John Lithgow

The most recent live performance I viewed was the one-man show "Stories by Heart" written and performed by John Lithgow. I saw it at Lincoln Center’s Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre in New York on May 18th of 2008. The show was about the art and impact of storytelling and human mortality... (mehr)
[In der Zwischenzeit habe ich die Show in einer neuen Version im National Theatre in London gesehen. Großartig!]
First course Assignment: Survey of the Performing Arts, University of Phoenix, fall 2009, Note: 1


Personal Perspectives Presentation: Stories by Heart – John Lithgow

Instructor’s commentary: This is the best Power Point presentation I’ve seen. The organization, details, and development of it is first rate, as are the visual fluencies you bring to bear here. Great job! (Hier geht’s zur Präsentation)
First course Assignment: Survey of the Performing Arts, University of Phoenix, fall 2009, Note: 1+


Shakespeare’s Othello – Iago’s manipulation skills
The particular blend of character traits that enable Iago’s manipulation of Othello

Although the play is named Othello, and although this character’s position and deeds are the center of the story, it is the character of Iago that expedites the action within the play... (mehr)
Final exam essay (short): Shakespeare and Modernity, Harvard University Ext. School, fall 2008, Note 1-


Shakespeare creates Modernity, and Modernity creates Shakespeare

Shakespeare's plays are written on the edge of premodernity and modernity, and they refer to certain topics that were significant in Shakespeare's time and cultural context... (mehr)
Midterm course essay: Shakespeare and Modernity, Harvard University Ext. School, fall 2008, Note 2+


Shakespeare – Passage Identifications

Instruction: Please identify and provide a context for the following passages. You should identify not only the title of the play but also who is speaking to whom about what.
(Testen Sie Ihre eigenen Literaturkenntnisse...)
Midterm exam: Shakespeare and Modernity, Harvard University Ext. School, fall 2008, Note: 1


Shakespeare – Short Answers

Please reply in a brief paragraph (4-6 sentences) to the following questions. Rough memory is perfectly fine, but you should use as specific examples from the texts as you can.
(Testen Sie Ihre eigenen Literaturkenntnisse...)
Midterm exam: Shakespeare and Modernity, Harvard University Ext. School, fall 2008, Note: 1


Shakespeare – Passage Identifications II

Instruction: Please identify and provide a context for the following passages. You should identify not only the title of the play but also who is speaking to whom about what.
(Testen Sie Ihre eigenen Literaturkenntnisse...)
Final exam: Shakespeare and Modernity, Harvard University Ext. School, fall 2008, Note: 1


Shakespeare – Short Answers II

Please reply in a brief paragraph (4–6 sentences) to the following questions. Rough memory is perfectly fine, but you should use as specific examples from the texts as you can.
(Testen Sie Ihre eigenen Literaturkenntnisse...)
Final exam: Shakespeare and Modernity, Harvard University Ext. School, fall 2008, Note: 1