Scholars Profile for Mila Ganeva

Mila Ganeva

Dr. Mila Ganeva

Associate Professor

Ger Rusn & E Asian Languages$Irvin Hall, 140$Oxford, OH 45056

Phone: +1 513 529 1821
Email: ganevamm@muohio.edu

Scholarly Interests:
Book: Women in Weimar Fashion: Discourses and Displays in German Culture (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2008). Reviewed in German Studies Review, Germanic Review, H-German, Monatshefte, and querelles-net. Articles: “Romantic Encounters on a Street Corner: Sommer vorm Balkon and the Return of the Berlin Film,” in TRANSIT: A Journal of Travel, Migration and Multiculturalism (http://german.berkeley.edu/transit/) Spring 2010. “Women between Screenwriting and Fashion Journalism: The Cases of Ruth Goetz and Ola Alsen,” Not so Silent: Women in Cinema before Sound, ed. Sofia Bull and Astrid Söderbergh Widding (Stockholm: Stockholm University Press, 2010) 347-357. “Elegance and Spectacle in Berlin: The Gerson Fashion Store and the Rise of the Modern Fashion Show in the Early Twentieth Century,” The Places and Spaces of Fashion: 1800-2007, ed. John Potvin (New York: Routledge, 2009) 121-138. “Weimar Film as Fashion Show: Konfektionskomödien or Fashion Farces from Lubitsch to the End of the Silent Era,” German Studies Review, 30.2. (May 2007) 288-310. (peer-reviewed) “From West-German Väterliteratur to Post-Wall Enkelliteratur: The End of the Generation Conflict in Marcel Beyer’s Spione and Tanja Dückers’ Himmelskörper,” Seminar. A Journal of Germanic Studies, 43:2 (May 2007): 149-162. (peer-reviewed) “The Beautiful Body of the Mannequin: Display Practices in Weimar Germany,” in Leibhaftige Moderne. Körper in Kunst und Massenmedien 1918-1933. Eds. Michael Cowan and Kai Sicks. Bielefeld: transcript, 2005. 152-168. “Female Flâneurs: Judith Hermann’s Sommerhaus, später und Nichts als Gespenster,” Gegenwartsliteratur. A German Studies Yearbook (2004) 250-277. (peer-reviewed) “No History, Just Stories: Berlin Films of the 1990s,” in Berlin: The Symphony Continues, ed. Carol Anne Costabile-Heming, Rachel Halverson and Kristie Foell (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter 2004) 261-278. “Fashion Photography and Women’s Modernity in Weimar Germany: The Case of YVA.” Women’s Studies Association Journal. A Special Issue on “Modernism between the Wars” 15:3 (Fall 2003): 1-25. (peer-reviewed) “In the Waiting Room of Literature: Helen Grund and the Practice of Travel and Fashion Writing,” Women in German Yearbook 19 (2003): 117-140. (peer-reviewed)