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Philip M Broadbent

Assistant Professor Ph.D., German Literature, University College London

Assistant Professor of German
Philip M Broadbent

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Publications

" The Stale Specter of Nazism: Historical Burdens and Skewed Optics in F.C. Delius’s Die Flatterzunge .” German Quarterly 85:3, Summer 2012, pp. 295-309.

Broadbent, P.M. (2009, July) Phenomenology of Absence: Benjamin, Nietzsche, and Berlin in Cees Nooteboom’s All Souls Day. Journal of Modern Literature.
Broadbent, P.M. (2008, September) Generational Shifts: Representing Post-Wende Berlin. New German Critique, 35(2), 139-170.
Broadbent, P.M. (2008) Experiencing History in Contemporary Urban Fiction. In A. Sakalauskaite & D. Backman (Eds.), Ossi/Wessi. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press.
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