Liliane Weissberg is Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor in Arts and Sciences and Professor of German and Comparative Literature. She is also a member of the Jewish Studies Program, the Art History Graduate Group, the English Graduate Group, the Program in Visual Studies, the Program in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, and the Graduate Group in Religious Studies. Her interests focus on late eighteenth-century to early twentieth-century German literature and philosophy. Much of her work has concentrated on German, European, and American Romanticism, but she has also written on the notion of representation in realism, on photography, and on literary and feminist theory. Weissberg has also curated and co-curated art exhibitions, contributed to various exhibition catalogues, and has been heard on various radio shows by BBC World Service, CBC Toronto, Hessischer Rundfunk, Bayrischer Rundfunk, as well as NPR and the MLA radio service.
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