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College of Arts and Sciences

Germanic Studies

Marc Weiner

Professor, Germanic Studies

weiner@indiana.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D. 1984, German Studies, Stanford University

Fields of Interest

19th- & early 20th-century literary and cultural studies of Germany and Austria; Fin-de-Siècle Vienna; German and Austrian music, opera and ideology, history of racial and sexual iconographies, German-Jewish relations, German film, critical theory

About Marc Weiner

Publications

"Politics and Opera." In The Oxford Handbook of Opera. Ed. Helen Greenwald.

"Hollywood's German Fantasy: Ridley Scott's Gladiator." In Wagner and Cinema. Eds. Jeongwon Joe and Sander Gilman. Bloomington: Indiana UP: 2009. 246-274.

Undertones of Insurrection: Music and Cultural Politics in the Modern German Narrative. Rutgers: Transaction, 2009.

"Wagner's 'Monument to that Most Beautiful of Dreams'."Lyric Season Companion '08-'09, ed. Jesse Gram. Lyric Opera of Chicago: 2008. 59-63.

Antisemitische Fantasien: Die Musikdramen Richard Wagners. Trans. Henning Thies. Berlin: Henschel Verlag, 2000.

Recordings

Conversation about Richard Wagner's Antisemitism

Third of three interviews in conjunction with the Symposium, "Wagner and Wagnerism: Contexts, Connections, Controversies."
Limerick, Ireland. Artzone, 2 August 2002, Lyric FM
Presenter: Aedin Cormley;
Producer: Olga Buckley;
Contributor: Bernard Clarke

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'Antisemitische Fantasien': Wie Marc Weiner sich den Musikdramen Richard Wagners zu naehen versuchte

A Radio Broadcast concerning Antisemitische Fantasien: Die Musikdramen Richard Wagners (Berlin: Henschel Verlag, 2000),
on the occasion of the Bayreuth Festivals.
By Rudolf Hohlweg
SWR2, 10 July 2003

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Podium discussion of Richard Wagner's antisemitism and its relevance for an understanding of "Der Ring des Nibelungen"
February 9 at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.
Fellow Panelists: Kenneth Reinhard (UCLA), David Levin (University of Chicago), and Leon Botstein (President, Bard College)

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