Stefan Zweig's Transatlantic Connections
1-3 October 2009
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY USA
This symposium, the first major scholarly event on Zweig to take place in the United States in over two decades, intends to bring together scholars, artists, critics, and students from around the world to discuss Zweig's life and works. It will include keynote lectures by Klaus Weissenberger (Rice University) and Zweig biographer Oliver Matuschek as well as a manuscript exhibition with archival materials from SUNY Fredonia's extensive Stefan Zweig collection. The symposium will also feature the United States premiere of Sylvio Back's award-winning feature film Lost Zweig (2003) in the presence of the director.
For more information, please contact one of the symposium co-chairs. More information will be added here as it becomes available.
The Carnahan-Jackson Humanities Fund
SUNY Fredonia Faculty Student Association Program Fund
The Mary Louise White Fund
The Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
Friends of Reed Library