Millennial Memory Perspectives in Jewish American Fiction

About the author

Heidemarie Schorr was born in Marburg/Lahn in 1976. She studied at Philipps-University Marburg and received her Magistra Artium degree in English Literature, American Studies, and Media Studies in 2003. In 2007 she joined the staff at the department of English Language and Literature at Hildesheim University. She has studied at Millersville University, Pennsylvania, and has taught at Georg-August University Göttingen and at the Hannover University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
The volume at hand was accepted as doctoral thesis (Dr. phil.) by Faculty III / Department of English Language and Literature, Hildesheim University. It was registered in 2011 and submitted in July 2014 under the title: “The Opposite of Disappearing”: Contemporary Memory Perspectives in Jewish American Fiction.