Johanna Spangenberg studied comparative literature and musicology at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and King’s College London and has been a visiting scholar at Harvard University. She was a doctoral candidate in the International Doctoral Program MIMESIS from 2017–2020 and currently holds a scholarship from the Stiftung Bildung und Wissenschaft [Foundation for Education and Science] to complete her PhD thesis on the relationship between poetry and music in the works of Stéphane Mallarmé, Pierre Boulez, and Gilles Deleuze.
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Un/Masking Reflections on a Transformative Process
This volume focuses on the process of un/masking rather than on the object of the mask, and highlights the performative aspects that render masks catalysts of transition and transformation. Through its ability to simultaneously hide and...
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