Accepted Contributions

 

Manfred Engel (Europ. Literatur; FernUni Hagen): The Dream in 18th Century Encyclopedias.

Paul Ilie (Spanish and Comparative Lit.; Univ. of Southern California): Dream Cognition in the West European Context.

Michael Stolberg (Inst. f. Medizingeschichte; TU München): Body Language. The Dream in Enlightenment Medicine.

Jutta Heinz (Inst. f. Germanistik; Univ. Jena): Mechanical Association of Ideas or "Würffelspiele" of the Soul - Anthropological Concepts of the Dream in the Late Enlightenment.

Michel Porret (Dep. d'histoire générale; Univ. de Genève): L’ "imagination des songes est une république dans l’état d’anarchie": Samuel Formey (1711-1797), physiologiste des rêves.

Murray Lee Brown (English Dep.; Georgia State Univ.): There's the Rub: To Dream, or Not to Dream: Popular and Enlightenment Visions of Visions.

Diethard Sawicki (Inst. f. Geschichte; Univ. Bochum): Nightly Visions, Ghosts, and Scholars - Debates on Dreams and the Supernatural in 18th Century Germany.

Katherine Arens (Univ. of Texas, Austin): Dreams, Visions, and Cosmology. Swedenborg and the Protestant Reformation in Science.

Wilhelm Graeber (Göttingen): "Ces songes méthodiques qu'on ne trouve que dans les livres." - Le rêve dans les hebdomadaires moraux.

Bernard Dieterle (Allgem. Lit.wiss., TU Berlin/Neapel): La métaphore du rêve dans les écrits de Herder.

Elisabeth Ebner (Wien): Quevedo, the "sueños" and the Dream-Satire of the Spanish and German Elightenment.

William H. Wandless (Emory Univ., Atlanta): Didactic Dream Transformations in the English Novel of the Enlightenment.

Henriette Herwig (Inst. f. Germanistik, Univ. Bern): Wilhelm Meister's Dreams.

Valérie de Courville Nicol (Dép. de Sociologie, Univ. d'Ottawa): Le rêve, la peur et l'empirisme psychologique dans les écrits gothiques.

Laurent Châtel (Univ. de Paris IV Sorbonne): Beckford et l'onirisme tous azimuths.

John R.J. Eyck (Univ. of Maryland): Dreaming the Drama: Oneiric Representation in Eighteenth-Century Tragedy.

Jennifer B. Lewin (Dep. of English; Yale Univ.): "When monarch-reason sleeps this mimick wakes". Representations of Dreaming in Poetry from Neo-Classicism to Romanticism.

Gerald Gillespie (Stanford Univ.): The Fine Art of Erotic Dreaming in Eighteenth-Century Literature.

Bob Bambic (Univ. of the Incarnate Word): Enlightenment Dream Paintings.


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