UNC Press Open Access Vision and Policy

Open-access (OA) literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.

At UNC Press, the broad dissemination of scholarship is core to our mission, so we enthusiastically share the vision of many OA advocates. Despite the opportunities afforded by digital formats, most traditional academic publishing models reinforce networks of privilege where scholars and students at well-resourced universities can read our books and journals, but anyone outside that network must overcome significant financial obstacles to access our publications. Expanding access must be a primary goal for any organization that claims to espouse progressive views of social justice and equity.

But we also must emphasize that the creation and marketing of high-quality scholarship requires significant investments in time and money from the Press and from our authors. Without a significant transformation in how humanities publishing is funded, we may never be able to align with the most ambitious versions of OA.

Currently less than 8 percent of our publishing expenses are funded through stipends or institutional/state subsidies. As a result, cost-recovery transactions are a fundamental aspect of our sustainability. We acknowledge that charging libraries, scholars, and students for print and digital access is simply shifting the financial burdens within a small and under resourced ecosystem. But like all university presses, we are not-for-profits who return value back into that ecosystem in both time and money. For example, we pay our authors (almost all of whom are active academics) up to half a million dollars in royalties annually. Individual books that generate surpluses help to reduce the prices and deficits for the larger majority of our list. We are actively raising money for endowments to directly support the publication of scholarly books and journals. There are no stockholders or executive bonuses at the Press. All income goes to support our larger scholarly mission.

To expand access, we are actively experimenting with models where digital editions are free for downloading, reading, and sharing. But many restrictions on reuse remain in place to protect authors’ legal rights and preserve our ability to do cost-recovery through print sales. And there is indeed income on print sales, even when digital editions are openly available. That income allows us to consider opening even more of our scholarship. In the spring and summer of 2020 during the COVID-19 crisis, we opened most of our scholarship in order to support students, scholars, and libraries whose access to collections was diminished during the pandemic. Ironically, print sales actually increased during this time.

UNC Press has been a leader in OA among university presses. We are actively participating in numerous programs, including two NEH/Mellon Open Book grants, the NEH Fellowship Open Book Program, TOME (Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem), Knowledge Unlatched, as well as a number of open educational resources being developed within the UNC System. We are also the primary investigator in the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation–funded Sustainable History Monograph Pilot (SHMP). This pilot is supporting the publication of open digital editions of high-quality books from university presses in the field of history. Led by UNC Press’s subsidiary, Longleaf Services, we are helping our twenty-three partner presses ultimately produce at least seventy-five OA monographs. You can find the published SHMP books indexed on the OAPEN platform and the Internet Archive. At the bottom of this page we have listed all our OA book projects at UNC Press.

We support the posting of electronic theses and dissertations into open institutional repositories, even though we have seen for-profit commercial enterprises take advantage of open licenses by selling these manuscripts, usually without compensating the author or host institution. We also have noted how some publishers try to suppress or otherwise disguise the reality that many university press books originate as dissertations (that are frequently available in open repositories). Our publishing process at UNC Press transforms and enhances these manuscripts so significantly that the existence of the original version is not a significant concern for us. In 2019, the Press published a revised dissertation that was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and on the long list for the National Book Award.

We have not yet identified a specific fee or stipend that would be required to “open” a book. Various pilots have suggested amounts ranging from $3,000 (for previously published books) to as much as $15,000 and more (for new books). OA stipends have no impact on our decision to publish. Instead, they provide us with options for how we would publish. Any author who wishes their book to be published OA should reach out to us to explore options.

We permit authors to post preprints of book chapters that appear in anthologies of edited collections. We entertain individual requests for posting final pdfs of chapters, but authors should expect there to be an embargo period before we will permit that.

Currently, only one of our journals is published OA (Gold). We actively invite publishers who want to publish an OA journal to reach out to us for partnerships. We permit authors of journal articles to post preprint versions in their institutional repositories or on their own websites.

We strive hard to ensure that our journals are available to institutions at modest prices either unbundled and sold directly by the Press, or in aggregations from third-party vendors like J-STOR and Project MUSE.

While removing pay barriers is the key to expanding access for many readers, we also acknowledge that ensuring access to readers with disabilities must be part of our commitment. We currently partner with a number of vendors to accommodate all requests we receive.

The landscape around OA is rapidly shifting. We need to be prepared to respond to mandates like Plan S and its Rights Retention Policies. As a result, this policy will evolve.

In the meantime, we are proud of the efforts and investments we have made in opening our scholarship. This work is not without risk, as it has the potential to erode our already limited cost-recovery channels. But accessibility is a cornerstone of a broad and equitable distribution model.

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LIST OF OA PUBLICATIONS FROM UNC PRESS

Cold War Liberation

Cold War Liberation

The Soviet Union and the Collapse of the Portuguese Empire in Africa, 1961–1975

Natalia Telepneva

Hajj to the Heart

Hajj to the Heart

Sufi Journeys across the Indian Ocean

Scott Kugle

A Saint of Our Own

A Saint of Our Own

How the Quest for a Holy Hero Helped Catholics Become American

Kathleen Sprows Cummings

Committed

Committed

Remembering Native Kinship in and beyond Institutions

Susan Burch

Realizing Islam

Realizing Islam

The Tijaniyya in North Africa and the Eighteenth-Century Muslim World

Zachary Valentine Wright

Poor Man's Fortune

Poor Man's Fortune

White Working-Class Conservatism in American Metal Mining, 1850–1950

Jarod Roll

Soul Liberty

Soul Liberty

The Evolution of Black Religious Politics in Postemancipation Virginia

Nicole Myers Turner

Aberration of Mind

Aberration of Mind

Suicide and Suffering in the Civil War–Era South

Diane Miller Sommerville

Maternal Bodies

Maternal Bodies

Redefining Motherhood in Early America

Nora Doyle

Are We Not Foreigners Here?

Are We Not Foreigners Here?

Indigenous Nationalism in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands

Jeffrey M. Schulze



LIST OF OA PUBLICATIONS FROM THE
OFFICE OF SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING SERVICES (OSPS)

The Odyssey for Democracy

The Odyssey for Democracy

Embracing the Vision of Hope and Change in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Clark Curtis

Indians, Blacks, and Morochos

Indians, Blacks, and Morochos

Trajectories, Intersectionalities, and Class Frictions in a Neighborhood of Buenos Aires

Menara Guizardi, Silvina Merenson

Immersive Scholar

Immersive Scholar

A Guidebook for Documenting and Publishing Experiential Scholarship Works

Abigail E. Mann, Micah Vandegrift

Jewel in the Crown

Jewel in the Crown

Bonnie Cone and the Founding of UNC Charlotte

William Thomas Jeffers, Jessica Injejikian

In Pursuit of Prosperity

In Pursuit of Prosperity

Education in North Carolina as the United States Becomes a Wealthy Nation

Larry K. Monteith

News Deserts and Ghost Newspapers

News Deserts and Ghost Newspapers

Will Local News Survive?

Penelope Muse Abernathy

Food Fight

Food Fight

Challenging the USDA Food Pyramid, 1991

Susan K. Henderson, David E. Henderson

The Transnational "Good Life"

The Transnational "Good Life"

Ecuadorian Social Clubs as Spaces of Resistance

Linda Jean Hall

Faculty Experiences in Active Learning

Faculty Experiences in Active Learning

A Collection of Strategies for Implementing Active Learning Across Disciplines

J.A. Keith-Le, M.P. Morgan

Project Management for Archivists

Project Management for Archivists

Befriending Your Backlog

Kelly Spring

Sociology

Sociology

Understanding and Changing the Social World

University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 1

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 1

Radio Systems

Michael Steer

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 2

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 2

Transmission Lines

Michael Steer

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 3

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 3

Networks

Michael Steer

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 4

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 4

Modules

Michael Steer

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 5

Microwave and RF Design, Volume 5

Amplifiers and Oscillators

Michael Steer

Mountain Days

Mountain Days

A Journal of Camping Experiences in the Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina, 1914-1938

Paul M. Fink, Ken Wise

Fire and Stone

Fire and Stone

The Making of the University of North Carolina under Presidents Edward Kidder Graham and Harry Woodburn Chase

Howard E. Covington Jr.

The Expanding News Desert

The Expanding News Desert

2018 Report

Penelope Muse Abernathy

Miss Bonnie's Nurses

Miss Bonnie's Nurses

The First Fifty Years of Nursing at UNC Charlotte

Ann Mabe Newman, Dona Harton Haney

The State of the University, 2000-2008

The State of the University, 2000-2008

Major Addresses by UNC Chancellor James Moeser

James Moeser, James L. Leloudis

Tropical Tongues

Tropical Tongues

Language Ideologies, Endangerment, and Minority Languages in Belize

Jennifer Carolina Gómez Menjívar, William Noel Salmon

The Good Government Man

The Good Government Man

Albert Coates and the Early Years of the Institute of Government

Howard E. Covington Jr.

Thomas Wolfe

Thomas Wolfe

A Writer's Life

Ted Mitchell

The Cratis Williams Chronicles

The Cratis Williams Chronicles

I Come to Boone

Cratis Williams

Partnerships and Sustainability

Partnerships and Sustainability

Appalachian Consortium Press

An Appalachian Curriculum

An Appalachian Curriculum

1998

Carolyn Pillis, Donna Wright, Diane Grant Thompson

A Blue Ridge Heritage Corridor

A Blue Ridge Heritage Corridor

Celebrating Our Past, Creating Our Future

Appalachian Consortium Press

People, Politics and Economic Life

People, Politics and Economic Life

Exploring Appalachia with Quantitative Methods

Thomas Plaut, Susan E. Keefe

An Appalachian Curriculum

An Appalachian Curriculum

1995

Lisa Gibson, Catherine Glenn, Phyllis Honeycutt, Cindy Medlock, Diana Pennington, Karen Purcott, Crystal Chapman

Parkways, Greenways, Riverways

Parkways, Greenways, Riverways

A Partnership for Beauty and Progress

Appalachian Consortium Press

Marrying Beauty with Utility

Marrying Beauty with Utility

Appalachian Consortium Press

Hogwild

Hogwild

A Back-to-the-Land Saga

Jock Lauterer

We Plow God's Fields

We Plow God's Fields

The Life of James G. K. McClure

John Curtis Ager

Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association

Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association

Southern Appalachia and the South: A Region Within a Region

John C. Inscoe

Mountain Preacher Stories

Mountain Preacher Stories

Laughter Among the Trumpets

Ben C. Fisher, Sally Fisher, Roger G. Branch

Paul Green's Wordbook

Paul Green's Wordbook

An Alphabet of Reminiscence

Paul Green

Parkways, Greenways, Riverways

Parkways, Greenways, Riverways

The Way More Beautiful

Appalachian Consortium Press

Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association

Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association

Transformation of Life and Labor in Appalachia

Ronald L. Lewis

A Village Tapestry

A Village Tapestry

The History of Blowing Rock

Barry M. Buxton, Jerry W. Burns

Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association

Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association

Mountains of Experience: Interdisciplinary, Intercultural, International

Parks Lanier Jr.

The Summer People

The Summer People

John Foster West

Looking for Native Ground

Looking for Native Ground

Contemporary Appalachian Poetry

Rita Sims Quillen

An Appalachian Symposium

An Appalachian Symposium

Essays Written in Honor of Cratis D. Williams

J. W. Williamson

A Southern Appalachian Reader

A Southern Appalachian Reader

Nellie McNeil, Joyce Squibb

Remembrance, Reunion, and Revival

Remembrance, Reunion, and Revival

Celebrating a Decade of Appalachian Studies

Helen Roseberry

Appalachian Scrapbook

Appalachian Scrapbook

An A-B-C of Growing Up in the Mountains

Pauline Cheek

Parkways

Parkways

Past, Present, and Future

Appalachian Consortium Press

For His Cause a Little House

For His Cause a Little House

A Hundred Year History of Rumple Memorial Presbyterian Church

Donald B. Saunders

Too Few Tomorrows

Too Few Tomorrows

Urban Appalachians in the 1980's

Phillip Obermiller, William Philliber

Contemporary Appalachia

Contemporary Appalachia

In Search of a Usable Past

Carl Ross

Cabin

Cabin

A Mountain Adventure

Barbara Hallowell, Aline Hansens

The Impact of Institutions in Appalachia

The Impact of Institutions in Appalachia

Jim Lloyd, Anne G. Campbell

Blue Ridge Parkway

Blue Ridge Parkway

Agent of Transition

Barry M. Buxton, Steven M. Beatty

Only When They're Little

Only When They're Little

The Story of an Appalachian Family

Kate Pickens Day, Nancy Carol Joyner, Margaret Pickens

The Great Forest

The Great Forest

An Appalachian Story

Barry M. Buxton, Sam Gray

Emerging Patterns in the Southern Highlands

Emerging Patterns in the Southern Highlands

A Reference Atlas

Paul E. Lovingood Jr., Robert E. Reiman, Malinda L. Crutchfield

Archives in Appalachia

Archives in Appalachia

A Directory

Ellen Garrison

Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association

Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association

Appalachia and the Politics of Culture

Elizabeth C. Fine

The Brindle Mule

The Brindle Mule

Stories and Poems of the Brushy Mountains

Robert Rosborough Leeper

Recollections of the Catawba Valley

Recollections of the Catawba Valley

J. Alex Mull, Gordon Boger, W. H. Plemmons

The Barter Theatre Story

The Barter Theatre Story

Love Made Visible

Mark Dawidziak

The Cherokee Perspective

The Cherokee Perspective

Written by Eastern Cherokees

Laurence French, Jim Hornbuckle

Appalachia / America

Appalachia / America

Wilson Somerville

Colonialism in Modern America

Colonialism in Modern America

The Appalachian Case

Helen Matthews Lewis, Linda Johnson, Donald Askins

That D----d Brownlow

That D----d Brownlow

Being a Saucy and Malicious Description of Fighting Parson William Gannaway Brownlow

Steve Humphrey

Western North Carolina

Western North Carolina

Its Mountains and Its People to 1880

Ora Blackmun

The Good Life Almanac

The Good Life Almanac

Being Choicest Morsels of Wisdom for Reader Interested in Living, Rather than Existing

Ruth Smalley

Toward 1984

Toward 1984

The Future of Appalachia?

Appalachian Consortium Press

" ... A Right Good People"

" ... A Right Good People"

Harold Warren, Loyal Jones, Cratis Williams

Bits of Mountain Speech

Bits of Mountain Speech

Paul M. Fink, Ambrose N. Manning

Symposium on Trout Habitat, Research, and Management

Symposium on Trout Habitat, Research, and Management

Proceedings

Appalachian Consortium Press

Western North Carolina Since the Civil War

Western North Carolina Since the Civil War

Ina W. Van Noppen, John J. Van Noppen, Cratis Williams

Literary Culture in the Holy Roman Empire, 1555-1720

Literary Culture in the Holy Roman Empire, 1555-1720

James A. Parente Jr., Richard Erich Schade, George C. Schoolfield

The End of Modernism

The End of Modernism

Elias Canetti's Auto-da-Fé

William Collins Donahue

Knowledge, Science, and Literature in Early Modern Germany

Knowledge, Science, and Literature in Early Modern Germany

Gerhild Scholz Williams, Stephan K. Schindler

Literary Paternity, Literary Friendship

Literary Paternity, Literary Friendship

Essays in Honor of Stanley Corngold

Gerhard Richter

Gottfried Benn's Static Poetry

Gottfried Benn's Static Poetry

Aesthetic and Intellectual-Historical Interpretations

Mark William Roche

The Impatient Muse

The Impatient Muse

Germany and the Sturm und Drang

Alan C. Leidner

The Poetics of Historical Perspectivism

The Poetics of Historical Perspectivism

Breitinger's Critische Dichtkunst and the Neoclassic Tradition

Jill Anne Kowalik

Your Diamond Dreams Cut Open My Arteries

Your Diamond Dreams Cut Open My Arteries

Poems by Else Lasker-Schüler

Else Lasker-Schüler

Ideology, Mimesis, Fantasy

Ideology, Mimesis, Fantasy

Charles Sealsfield, Friedrich Gerstäcker, Karl May, and Other German Novelists of America

Jeffrey L. Sammons

Brecht and the Bible

Brecht and the Bible

A Study of Religious Nihilism and Human Weakness in Brecht's Drama of Morality and the City

G. Ronald Murphy, S.J.

The Poetry of Brecht

The Poetry of Brecht

Seven Studies

Philip Thomson

The Boundless Present

The Boundless Present

Space and Time in the Literary Fairy Tales of Novalis and Tieck

Gordon Birrell

The Letters of Arthur Schnitzler to Hermann Bahr

The Letters of Arthur Schnitzler to Hermann Bahr

Edited, annotated, and with an Introduction

Donald G. Daviau

Exile

Exile

The Writer's Experience

John M. Spalek, Robert F. Bell

The Political Dramaturgy of Nicodemus Frischlin

The Political Dramaturgy of Nicodemus Frischlin

Essays on Humanist Drama in Germany

David Price

The Intervention of Philology

The Intervention of Philology

Gender, Learning, and Power in Lohenstein's Roman Plays

Jane O. Newman

Heinrich von Kleist

Heinrich von Kleist

Studies in the Character and Meaning of his Writings

John M. Ellis

Realism and Reality

Realism and Reality

Studies in the German Novelle of Poetic Realism

Walter Silz

Theater in the Planned Society

Theater in the Planned Society

Contemporary Drama in the German Democratic Republic in its Historical, Political, and Cultural Context

H.G. Huettich

Death and the Plowman or, The Bohemian Plowman

Death and the Plowman or, The Bohemian Plowman

A Disputatious and Consolatory Dialogue about Death from the Year 1400

Johannes von Saaz, Ernest N. Kirrmann

The Maiden of Orleans

The Maiden of Orleans

A Romantic Tragedy

Johann Christoph Friedrich Schiller, John T. Krumpelmann

Lessing's Aesthetica in Nuce

Lessing's Aesthetica in Nuce

An Analysis of the May 26, 1769, Letter to Nicolai

Victor Anthony Rudowski

Studies in Nietzsche and the Judaeo-Christian Tradition

Studies in Nietzsche and the Judaeo-Christian Tradition

James C. O'Flaherty, Timothy F. Sellner, Robert M. Helm

Magister ludens

Magister ludens

Der Erzähler in Heinrich Wittenweilers Ring

Christa Wolf Cross

Ruodlieb

Ruodlieb

The Earliest Courtly Novel (after 1050)

Edwin H. Zeydel, Edwin H. Zeydel

The Works of Stefan George

The Works of Stefan George

Olga Marx, Ernst Morwitz

Creative Encounter

Creative Encounter

Festschrift for Herman Salinger

Leland R. Phelps, A. Tilo Alt

Studies in Arthur Schnitzler

Studies in Arthur Schnitzler

Centennial Commemorative Volume

Herbert W. Reichert, Herman Salinger

The Laxdœla Saga

The Laxdœla Saga

Its Structural Patterns

A. Margaret Arent Madelung

Studies in Historical Linguistics in Honor of George Sherman Lane

Studies in Historical Linguistics in Honor of George Sherman Lane

Festschrift for George S. Lane

Walter W. Arndt, Paul W. Brosman Jr., Frederic E. Coenen, Werner P. Friedrich

Tannhäuser: Poet and Legend

Tannhäuser: Poet and Legend

With Texts and Translations of his Works

J. W. Thomas

Studies in Nietzsche and the Classical Tradition

Studies in Nietzsche and the Classical Tradition

James C. O'Flaherty, Timothy F. Sellner, Robert M. Helm

Theodor Storm’s Novellen

Theodor Storm’s Novellen

Essays on Literary Technique

E. Allen McCormick

An Annotated Arthur Schnitzler Bibliography

An Annotated Arthur Schnitzler Bibliography

Editions and Criticism in German, French, and English, 1879-1965

Richard H. Allen

The Humanist Ulrich von Hutten

The Humanist Ulrich von Hutten

A Reappraisal of his Humor

Thomas W. Best

Duinesian Elegies

Duinesian Elegies

Rainer Maria Rilke, Elaine E. Boney

The Works of Peter Schott, 1460-1490, Vol. I

The Works of Peter Schott, 1460-1490, Vol. I

Introduction and Text

Murray A. Cowie, Marian L. Cowie

The Works of Peter Schott, 1460-1490, Vol. II

The Works of Peter Schott, 1460-1490, Vol. II

Commentary

Marian L. Cowie, Murray A. Cowie

Herod and Mariamne

Herod and Mariamne

A Tragedy in Five Acts by Friedrich Hebbel

Paul H. Curts

The Essence of Philosophy

The Essence of Philosophy

Wilhelm Dilthey

Novalis

Novalis

German Poet--European Thinker--Christian Mystic

Frederick Hiebel

The Drama of German Expressionism

The Drama of German Expressionism

A German-English Bibliography

Claude Hill, Ralph Ley

Wittenwiler's Ring and the Anonymous Scots Poem Colkelbie Sow

Wittenwiler's Ring and the Anonymous Scots Poem Colkelbie Sow

Two Comic-Didactic Works from the Fifteenth Century

George Fenwick Jones

Stefan Zweig

Stefan Zweig

A Bibliography

Randolph J. Klawiter

Die zweite Wirklichkeit

Die zweite Wirklichkeit

Studien zum Roman des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts

Lieselotte E. Kurth

Music of the Minnesinger and Early Meistersinger

Music of the Minnesinger and Early Meistersinger

A Bibliography

Robert White Linker

Schiller and Music

Schiller and Music

R. M. Longyear

Letters to and from Ludwig Tieck and His Circle

Letters to and from Ludwig Tieck and His Circle

Unpublished Letters from the Period of German Romanticism Including the Unpublished Correspondence of Sophie and Ludwig Tieck

Percy Matenko, Edwin H. Zeydel, Bertha M. Masche

Studies in German Literature of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Studies in German Literature of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Festschrift for Frederic E. Coenen

Siegfried Mews

Essays on Brecht

Essays on Brecht

Theater and Politics

Siegfried Mews, Herbert Knust

Portrait of the Artist as Hermes

Portrait of the Artist as Hermes

A Study of Myth and Psychology in Thomas Mann's Felix Krull

Donald F. Nelson

Unity and Language

Unity and Language

A Study in the Philosophy of Johann Georg Hamann

James C. O'Flaherty

Ballad of the Buried Life

Ballad of the Buried Life

Rudolf Hagelstange, Herman Salinger

The Marble Statue as Idea

The Marble Statue as Idea

Collected Essays on Adalbert Stifter's Der Nachsommer

Christine Oertel Sjögren

Whitman and Nietzsche

Whitman and Nietzsche

A Comparative Study of Their Thought

C. N. Stavrou

Goethe's Social Philosophy

Goethe's Social Philosophy

As Revealed in "Campagne in Frankreich" and "Belagerung von Mainz"

Alfred G. Steer Jr.

The Songs of the Minnesinger, Prince Wizlaw of Rügen

The Songs of the Minnesinger, Prince Wizlaw of Rügen

Barbara Garvey Seagrave, J. W. Thomas

Wilhelm Waiblinger in Italy

Wilhelm Waiblinger in Italy

Lawrence S. Thompson

The Magic Mountain

The Magic Mountain

A Study of Thomas Mann's Novel Der Zauberberg

Hermann J. Weigand

Three Chapters on Courtly Love in Arthurian France and Germany

Three Chapters on Courtly Love in Arthurian France and Germany

Lancelot--Andreas Capellanus--Wolfram von Eschenbach's Parzival

Hermann J. Weigand

Schelmuffsky

Schelmuffsky

Christian Reuter, Wayne Wonderley

Goethe, the Lyrist

Goethe, the Lyrist

100 Poems in New Translations Facing the Originals with a Biographical Introduction

Edwin H. Zeydel

Poems of Goethe

Poems of Goethe

A Sequel to "Goethe, the Lyrist"

Edwin H. Zeydel

Gregorius

Gregorius

A Medieval Oedipus Legend

Hartmann Von Aue

The Parzival of Wolfram von Eschenbach

The Parzival of Wolfram von Eschenbach

Translated into English Verse with Introduction, Notes, Connecting Summaries

Edwin H. Zeydel, Bayard Quincy Morgan

Noble Lies, Slant Truths, Necessary Angels

Noble Lies, Slant Truths, Necessary Angels

Aspects of Fictionality in the Novels of Christoph Martin Wieland

Ellis Shookman

Language, Literature, and the Negotiation of Identity

Language, Literature, and the Negotiation of Identity

Foreign Worker German in the Federal Republic of Germany

Barbara A. Fennell

Ego-Alter Ego

Ego-Alter Ego

Double and/as Other in the Age of German Poetic Realism

John Pizer

The German Poetry of Paul Fleming

The German Poetry of Paul Fleming

Studies in Genre and History

Marian R. Sperberg-McQueen

E. T. A. Hoffmanns Märchenschaffen

E. T. A. Hoffmanns Märchenschaffen

Kaleidoskop der Verfremdung in seinen sieben Märchen

Gisela Vitt-Maucher

Wilhelm Müller's Lyrical Song-Cycles

Wilhelm Müller's Lyrical Song-Cycles

Interpretations and Texts

Alan P. Cottrell

Structures of Influence

Structures of Influence

A Comparative Approach to August Strindberg

Marilyn Johns Blackwell

The Urge to Live

The Urge to Live

A Comparative Study of Franz Kafka's Der Prozess and Albert Camus' L'Etranger

Phillip H. Rhein

Goethe's Faust

Goethe's Faust

Seven Essays

Alan P. Cottrell, Ernst Behler

The Broken Pitcher

The Broken Pitcher

A Comedy in One Act

Heinrich von Kleist, Bayard Quincy Morgan

Friedrich von Hausen

Friedrich von Hausen

Inquiries Into His Poetry

Hugo Bekker

Theodor Storm's Craft of Fiction

Theodor Storm's Craft of Fiction

The Torment of a Narrator

Clifford A. Bernd

Goethe's Cyclical Narratives

Goethe's Cyclical Narratives

Die Unterhaltungen deutscher Ausgewanderten and Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre

Jane K. Brown

Novalis and Mathematics

Novalis and Mathematics

A Study of Friedrich von Hardenberg's Fragments on Mathematics and its Relation to Magic, Music, Religion, Philosophy, Language, and Literature

Martin Dyck

The Hermit in German Literature

The Hermit in German Literature

(From Lessing to Eichendorff)

Henry John Fitzell

Honor in German Literature

Honor in German Literature

George Fenwick Jones

Sonnets of Catharina von Greiffenberg

Sonnets of Catharina von Greiffenberg

Methods of Composition

Flora Kimmich

Arminius or the Rise of a National Symbol in Literature

Arminius or the Rise of a National Symbol in Literature

From Hutten to Grabbe

Richard Kuehnemund

King Rother

King Rother

Robert Lichtenstein

Between Real and Ideal

Between Real and Ideal

The Course of Otto Ludwig's Development as a Narrative Writer

William H. McClain

Hermann Hesse and His Critics

Hermann Hesse and His Critics

The Criticism and Bibliography of Half a Century

Joseph Mileck

Liebe und Ehe

Liebe und Ehe

Lehrgedichte von dem Stricker

Wolfgang Wilfried Moelleken

The Nibelungenlied Today

The Nibelungenlied Today

Its Substance, Essence, and Significance

Werner A. Mueller

Bifocal Vision

Bifocal Vision

Novalis' Philosophy of Nature and Disease

John Neubauer

Kleist in France

Kleist in France

Frank C. Richardson

The Heliand

The Heliand

Translated from the Old Saxon

Mariana Scott

Middle Ages--Reformation--Volkskunde

Middle Ages--Reformation--Volkskunde

Festschrift for John G. Kunstmann

Frederic E. Coenen

Rainer Maria Rilke and Jugendstil

Rainer Maria Rilke and Jugendstil

Affinities, Influences, Adaptations

Karl Eugene Webb

Studies in the German Drama

Studies in the German Drama

A Festschrift in Honor of Walter Silz

Donald H. Crosby, George C. Schoolfield

Gerhart Hauptmann's Before Daybreak

Gerhart Hauptmann's Before Daybreak

A Translation and an Introduction

Gerhart Hauptmann, Peter Bauland

Berlin's Forgotten Future

Berlin's Forgotten Future

City, History, and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Germany

Matt Erlin

The Elusiveness of Tolerance

The Elusiveness of Tolerance

The “Jewish Question” From Lessing to the Napoleonic Wars

Peter R. Erspamer

The Look of Things

The Look of Things

Poetry and Vision around 1900

Carsten Strathausen