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Publikationen

Robert Tobin

BÜCHER

  • Warm Brothers: Queer Theory and the Age of Goethe.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000. 240 pages. (A Choice "Outstanding Title"; Reviews: German Studies Review 24.2 [May 2001], 385-86; European Romantic Review 12.3 [Summer 2001], 402-5; Journal of the History of Sexuality 10.3/4 [July/October 2001] 594-97; International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies 6.3 [2001], 225-29; Lessing Yearbook  33 [2001] 393-95; Invertitio 2001; Colloquia Germanica 34.3/4 [2001], 339-40;  Zeitschrift für Germanistik 12.2 [2002] 382-84;  Freiburger literaturpsychologische Gespräche. Jahrbuch für Literatur und Psychoanalyse, 21 [2002] 296-98; Monatshefte 94.3 [2002] 398-99; ASECS Book Reviews Online); Eighteenth-Century Studies 36.3 [Spring 2003] 455-60)
  • Doctor's Orders: Goethe and Enlightenment Thought.  Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2001. 255 pages. (Reviews: Choice [January 2002] 885; Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76.3 [Fall 2002], 604-606;  German Studies Review 26.1 [2003] 142-44; Lessing Yearbook 35 [2003], 344-46;  Modern Language Review 98.3 [July 2003] 763-65; Seminar 40.2 [May 2004] 173-174; Goethe Yearbook 13 [2005] 195-199; Isis 96 [2005] 122-23)

HERAUSGEGEBENES BUCH

  • with Ivan Raykoff, A Song for Europe: Popular Music and Politics in the Eurovision Song Contest. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2007. 190 pages. (Reviews: Terra 120.2 [2008], 129-130; Popular Music and Society 31.5 [December 2008], 700-703; Popular Music 27 [2008], 498-501; Choice 44.11 [July 2007]; Lied und populäre Kultur 54 [2009], 439-441; H-Soz-u-Kult, H-Net Reviews [January 2010] ; International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 41.1 [2010], 141-46.)

HERAUSGEGEBENES SONDERHEFT

  • "Global Freud," Psychoanalysis and History 13.2 (July 2011).

AUFSÄTZE

  • "Two Medicinalizations of Androgyny in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre," Semiotics 1990, ed. Karen Haworth, John Deely, and Terry Prewitt (Lanham, MD: UP of America, 1993), 294-301.
  • "Das offene Geheimnis der Sexualität:  Verhüllung und Enthüllung von Krankheit und Faschismus in den Schriften Thomas Manns," Verschwiegenes Ich.  Vom Un-Ausdrücklichen in autobiographischen Texten, ed. Bärbel Götz, Ortrud Gutjahr, and Irmgard Roebling (Pfaffenweiler:  Centaurus, 1993), 207-218.
  • "The Medicinalization of Mignon," Mignon und ihre Geschwister, ed. Gerhart Hoffmeister (New York:  Lang, 1993), 43-61.
  • "Healthy Families:  Medicine, Patriarchy, and Heterosexuality in 18th-Century German Novels," Impure Reason:  Dialectic of Enlightenment in Germany, ed. W. Daniel Wilson and Robert C. Holub (Detroit:  Wayne State UP, 1993), 242-59.
  • "Why is Tadzio a Boy?  Perspectives on Homoeroticism in Death in Venice," Thomas Mann,  Death in Venice:  A New Translation.  Background and Contexts. Criticism, ed. Clayton Koelb (New York:  Norton, 1994), 207-32.
  • "Faust's Membership in Male Society," Interpreting Goethe's "Faust" Today, ed. Jane K. Brown, Meredith Lee, Thomas Saine, Paul Hernadi, Cyrus Hamlin (Columbia, SC:  Camden, 1994), 17-28.
  • "In and Against Nature:  Goethe on Homosexuality and Heterotextuality," Outing Goethe and His Age, ed. Alice Kuzniar (Stanford:  Stanford UP,  1996), 94-110.
  • "The Life and Work of Thomas Mann:  A Gay Perspective," in Thomas Mann, Death in Venice, ed. Naomi Ritter (New York: Bedford Books, 1998), 225-244.
  • "Thomas Mann's Queer Schiller," in Queering the Canon: Defying Sights in German Literatures and Culture, ed. Chris Lorey and John L. Plews (Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1998), 159-180.
  • "Freundschaftsdämmerung: Johannes Müller, Sigismund Wiese, Friedrich Ramdohr und Heinrich Hössli," in Erinnern und Wiederentdecken. Tabuisierung und Enttabuisierung der männlichen und weiblichen Homosexualität in Wissenschaft und Kritik, ed. Dirck Linck, Wolfgang Popp, Annette Runte (Berlin: Verlag rosa Winkel, 1999), 191-218.
  • "Masochism and Identity," in One Hundred Years of Masochism: Literary Texts, Social and Cultural Contexts, Psychoanalysis and Culture 10, ed. Michael Finke and Carl Niekerk (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000), 33-52.
  • "Morality and German Film: The Berlinale 2000." Film and History 30.2 (2000), 75-77.
  • "Prescriptions: Medicine and Literature." Mosaic 33.4 (December 2000), 179-92.
  • "Postmoderne Männlichkeit: Michael Roes und Matthias Politicki." Zeitschrift für Germanistik Neue Folge 2 (2002), 324-333.
  • "Making Way for the Third Sex: Male-Male Desire in Thomas Mann's Early Short Fiction," in A Companion to German Realism, 1848-1900, ed. Todd Kontje (Rochester: Camden House, 2002), 307-38.
  • "Venus von Samoa: Rasse und Sexualität im deutschen Südpazifik," in Kolonialismus als Kultur : Literatur, Medien, Wissenschaft in der deutschen Gründerzeit des Fremden, ed. Alexander Honold and Oliver Simons (Tübingen: A. Francke Verlag, 2002), 192-220.
  • "The Love that is Called Friendship and the Rise of Sexual Identity," in Literary Paternity, Literary Friendship: Essays in Honor of Stanley Corngold (=the University of North Carolina Studies in the Germanic Languages and Literatures, no. 125), ed. Gerhard Richter (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002), 175-197.
  • "Okzidentalismus: der verquerte Orientalismus im schwul-lesbischen deutschen Film." Forum: Homosexualität und Literatur 41 (2002), 75-89.
  • "Semiotik der Sexualität. Zur Entstehung eines deutschen Diskurses der Homosexualität im 19. Jahrhundert," in Körper, Diskurse, Praktiken: Zur Semiotik und Lektüre von Körpern in der Moderne, ed. Sabine Wilke and Brigitte Prutti (Heidelberg: Synchron, 2003), 61-92.
  • "The Emancipation of the Flesh: The Legacy of Romanticism in the Homosexual Rights Movement," Romanticism on the Net 36/37 (November 2004), "Queer Romanticism," ed. by Michael O'Rourke and David Collins. <http://www.erudit.org/revue/ron/204/v/n36-37/011143.14.html>
  • "Politics, Tragedy, and 'Six Feet Under': Camp Aesthetics and Mourning in Post-AIDS America," in Reading "Six Feet Under": Television to Die For, ed. Kim Akass and Janet McCabe (New York: Palgrave, 2005), 87-95.
  • "Kertbeny's 'Homosexuality' and the Language of Nationalism," in  Genealogies of Identity: Interdisciplinary Readings on Sex and Sexuality, ed. by Margaret Sönser Breen and Fiona Peters (New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005), 3-18.
  • "Faust's Transgressions: Male-Male Desire in Early Modern Germany," in Queer Masculinities, 1550-1800: Siting Same-Sex Desire in the Early Modern World, ed. by Katherine O'Donnell and Michael O'Rourke (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006), 17-36.
  • with Ivan Raykoff, "Introduction," in A Song for Europe: Popular Music and Politics in the Eurovision Song Contest, ed. by Robert Tobin and Ivan Raykoff (Bulrington, VT: Ashgate, 2007),  xvii-xxi.
  • "Eurovision at 50: Post-Wall and Post-Stonewall," in A Song for Europe: Popular Music and Politics in the Eurovision Song Contest, ed. by Robert Tobin and Ivan Raykoff (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2007), 25-36.
  • "Twins! Homosexuality and Masculinity in Nineteenth-Century Germany," in Masculinity, Senses, Spirit, ed. by Katherine Faull (Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2011), 131-51.
  • "Global Freud: An Introduction," Psychoanalysis and History 13.2 (July 2011), 151-55.
  • "Fixing Freud: The Oedipus Complex in Early Twenty-First Century US-American Novels," Psychoanalysis and History 13.2 (July 2011), 245-64.
  • "Early Nineteenth-Century Sexual Radicalism: Heinrich Hössli and the Liberals of His Day," in After the History of Sexuality: German Narratives of Lust and Longing, ed. by Helmut Puff, Dagmar Herzog and Scott Spector (New York: Berghahn Books, 2012).
  • "Queering Thomas Mann's Tod in Venedig," in Thomas Mann: Neue kulturwissenschaftliche Lektüren, edited by Stefan Börnchen, Georg Mein and Gary Schmidt (Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink, 2012), 67-80.
  • "World without Evil: Goethe's Faust and the Faust Tradition," Good and Evil (Critical Insights), ed. Margaret Breen (Ipswich, MA: Salem Press, 2012), 59-78
  •  "Constructing the Nation: Faust and  Faust," forthcoming in Goethe's Ghost: Reading and the Persistence of Literature, ed. by Richard Block and Simon Richter.
  • "Bildung and Sexuality in the Age of Goethe" forthcoming in the Cambridge History of Gay and Lesbian Literature, ed. by Mikko Tuhkanen and Ellen McCallum (Cambridge University Press).
  •  "Pathology, Poetry and Pleasure: HIV/AIDS, Confessional Writing and S/M in Un año sin amor (Anahí Berneri, 2005)," forthcoming as part of a collection of essays on Latin American Queer Cinema, edited by Andres Lema-Hincapier.


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