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Books

  1. Engelstein, S. The sibling in modern epistemology.28 January, 2017. 49-68 pp.  [abs]
  2. Engelstein, S. Sibling Action: The Genealogical Structure of Modernity. Columbia University Press, 2017.
  3.  Sibling Action: The Genealogical Structure of Modernity.  In progress.
  4. S Engelstein. Contemplating Violence Critical Studies in Modern German Culture. Edited by Engelstein, S; Niekerk, C. Rodopi, 2011. 296 pages pp. (Rodopi Press)  [abs]
  5. Engelstein, S. Anxious Anatomy The Conception of the Human Form in Literary and Naturalist Discourse. Series: Studies in Long Nineteeth Century. SUNY Press, 2008. 340 pages pp. (Hardcover 2008)  [abs]

Articles/Essays/Chapters in Books

  1. Engelstein, S. "Love or Knowledge: Sexual Epistemology in Fichte and Kleist." The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory Ed. Weatherby, L; Pfannkuchen, A. 92.4Taylor & Francis (Routledge), (October, 2017): 368-387. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Engelstein, S. "Geschwister und Geschwisterlichkeit in der Epistemologie der Moderne." L’Homme: European Journal of Feminist History Ed. Hohkamp, M; Höfert, A; Ulbrich, C. 68.2 (2017): 49-68.
  3. Engelstein, SB. "Coining a Discipline: Lessing, Reimarus, and a Science of Religion." Fact and Fiction Literary and Scientific Cultures in Germany and Britain. Ed. Lehleiter, C. University of Toronto Press, 2016. 221-246.  [abs]
  4. "On Respect and Meaning": Reply to Cynthia L. Hallen's "Critical Response to Stefani Engelstein's 'Allure of Wholeness': Traditional Marriage and the Beauty of Holiness."  41.2Critical Inquiry,
  5. Engelstein, S. "On Respect and Meaning: Reply to Cynthia L. Hallen." Critical Inquiry 41.2University of Chicago Press, (January, 2015): 451-457. [doi]
  6. "Ismene on Horseback and Other Subjects." Response to Bonnie Honig's Antigone, Interrupted." Ed. Keri Walsh. Philosophy Today59.3
  7. "Coining a Discipline: Lessing, Reimarus, and a Science of Religion." Fact and Fiction: Literature and Science in the European Context." Ed. Christine Lehleiter. University of Toronto Press,
  8. Engelstein, S. "The allure of wholeness: The eighteenth-century organism and the same-sex marriage debate." Critical Inquiry 39.4University of Chicago Press, (June, 2013): 754-776. [doi]
  9. "Siblings" Berlin School Glossary: An ABC of the New Wave in German Cinema." Ed. Roger Cook, Lutz Koepnick, Kristin Koop, and Brad Prager. Intellect Books,
  10. "The Allure of Wholeness: The Organism around 1800 and the Same-Sex Marriage Debate."  39.4Critical Inquiry,
  11. Engelstein, S. "Sibling logic; or, antigone again." Pmla 126.1Modern Language Association (MLA), (January, 2011): 38-54. [doi]  [abs]
  12. "Civic Attachments & Sibling Attractions: "The Shadow of Fraternity."(Invited Presidential Address of the Goethe Society of North America, 2009)."  The Goethe Yearbook,
  13. Stefani Engelstein, Carl Niekerk. "Introduction. " Violence, Culture, Aesthetics: Germany 1789-1938." Contemplating Violence: Critical Studies in Modern German Culture. Ed. Stefani Englestein and Carl Niekerk. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik 79, 2011. 13-32. Rodopi Press,
  14. "The Father in Fatherland: Violent Ideology and Corporeal Paternity in Kleist"." Comtemplating Violence: Critical Studies in Modern German Culture. Ed. Stefani Englestein and Carl Niekerk. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik 79, 2011. 49-66.
  15. Engelstein, S. "Civic Attachments & Sibling Attractions: The Shadows of Fraternity." Goethe Yearbook 18.1 (2011): 205-221. [doi]
  16. Engelstein, S; Niekerk, C. "Introduction. Violence, Culture, Aesthetics: Germany 1789-1938." Ed. Engelstein, S; Niekerk, C. 79EDITIONS RODOPI B V, [Gateway.cgi]
  17. Engelstein, S. "The Father in Fatherland: Violent Ideology and Corporeal Paternity in Kleist." Ed. Engelstein, S; Niekerk, C. 79EDITIONS RODOPI B V, [Gateway.cgi]
  18. Engelstein, S. "The Open Wound of Beauty: Kafka Reading Kleist (Franz Kafka, Heinrich von Kleist)." The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory 81.4 (2006): 340-359. [Gateway.cgi]
  19. Engelstein, S. "Sibling incest and cultural voyeurism in Günderode's Udohla and Thomas Mann's Wälsungenblut." The German Quarterly 77.3 (2004): 278-299.
  20. Engelstein, SB. "Reproductive Machines in E.T.A. Hoffmann." Body Dialectics in the Age of Goethe. Ed. Holger Pausch and Marianne Henn. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Gemanistik. Vol. 55.Rodopi, 2003. 169-193.  [abs]
  21. Engelstein, S. "Out on a Limb: Military Medicine, Heinrich von Kleist, and the Disarticulated Body." German Studies Review 23.2JSTOR, (May, 2000): 225-225.  Awarded the 2001 DAAD Outstanding Article Prize of the German Studies Association [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  22. Engelstein, SB. "The Regenerative Geography of the Text in William Blake." Modern Language Studies 32:2.Fall (2000): 61-86.

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