Presentations marked by an asterisk "*" have also published abstracts in the Societies' Proceedings.
Power-Point Productions thus marked are e-published on various websites
|2005 || |
| 2005 || |"Fanny Essler's ems: Felix Paul Greve's or Else von Freytag-Loringhoven's?" e-Edition of: Arachne, v. 1/2 (1994), 165-197. http://gaby-divay-webarchives.ca/FEArt/
| 2005 || |(e-Editor, Translator, Author) Essler, Fanny [pseud.]. Gedichte/Drei Sonette: Ein Porträt/Gedichte. 100th Anniversary e-Edition, German with Eng. Translation, ©March 25, 2005. Seven Poems FPG (Greve/Grove) & Else von Freytag-Loringhoven (FrL) published in 1904/5 under their joint pseudonym 'Fanny Essler' (German & Eng.). Revised from the 2002 e-Edition
|2005 || |"Rilkes Gedicht Römische Fontäne." e-Edition, ©July 2005. Includes e-Text of Rilke's Poem
| 2005 || |"Abrechnung & Aufarbeitung im Gedicht: Else von Freytag-Loringhoven über drei Männer (E. Hardt, A. Endell, F. P. Greve/Grove)." e-Edition, ©July 2005 http://gaby-divay-webarchives.ca/psg/frlAbr05.html
(based on an article publ. in 1998 in Trans-Lit).
|2005 || |"Erkenntnistheoretische Perspektiven in Hugo von Hofmannsthals 'Chandos-Brief' (txt)." e-Edition, ©July 2005.
| 2005 || |(Website) "In Memoriam FPG: 1879-1948-1998" Greve/Grove Anniversary Symposium, University of Manitoba. (incl. Call, Program, links to BISON records about each Session, & 4 full-text papers by R. Burns, H. David, M. Kuester, M. Mueller)
| 2005 || |
(Invited Guest Lecture) "Muse of important men: Else Baroness von Freytag-Loringhoven, 1874-1927." For Professor Marilyn Baker's UM Art History Class, Oct. 19, 2005. (Power Point Presentation, 37 slides)
| 2005* || |
"Else Ploetz [i.e., Freytag-Loringhoven] meets August Endell in Dachau in 1900." Linguistic Circle of Manitoba & North Dakota (LCMND), Minot State University, Minot, ND, October 2005. (Power Point Presentation, 27 slides)
| 2005 || |(e-Editor, Translator, & Author) "FPG (Greve/Grove)'s Autobiographical Sketch of March 1907: a Blueprint to Grove's Made-up Autobiographical Accounts in Greve's Submission for Brümmer's Literarisches Lexikon http://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/archives/collections/fpg/bio/
| 2006 ||(Website) The FPG Translations Collection: Felix Paul Greve's German Translations in the UM Archives. |
| 2006 || |"Aspekte der Verlagspolitik des Insel-Verlages, 1900-1910." e-Edition
, ©Feb. 2006 http://gaby-divay-webarchives.ca/psg/insel.html
|2006 || |"F. P. Greve's First & Last Translations: Dante's Vita Nuova & Swift's 'Modest Proposal." e-Edition of: German-Canadian Yearbook, Bd. 14, 1995, c1996, 107-128. Includes six Dante sonnets Greve had translated in 1898.
|2006 || |"Influences of English and French Decadents in Germany: The Contribution of Felix Paul Greve as Translator." e-Edition
of a paper presented at the Midlands Conference on Language and Literature, Creighton University, Omaha, April 1989.
|2006 || |"Felix Paul Greve as Translator: the Reception in Contemporary German Journals." e-Edition
of a paper presented at the LCMND, Grand Forks, October 1989.
| 2006 || |"Felix Paul Greve / Frederick Philip Grove's Passage to America: The Discovery of the Author's 1909 Arrival."
e-Edition of: New Worlds [Walter Pache Festschrift, München, E. Vögel, 2000, 111-132], ©2006. http://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/archives/collections/fpg/critic/
|2006 ||(Website) The FPG Library Collection in the University of Manitoba Archives, ©2007. |
(Annotated list of the ca. 500 titles in Grove's personal library, including a 1909 Baedeker to the USA, and many of the books Greve translated, such as a complete Swift ed. by Temple Scott).
|2007 || |"Brecht's Me-Ti: his Chinese sources (Moism, Confucianism & Taoism). e-Edition, ©August 2007. http://gaby-divay-webarchives.ca/ps/brechtMeTi.html
|2007 || |(e-Editor). Grove, Frederick Philip. In Search of Myself: e-Edition based on the 1946 Book . Winnipeg : University of Manitoba , Archives & Special Collections, ©2007. http://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/archives/collections/fpg/etexts/
|2007 || |"Frederick Philip Grove's German Heritage: the Evidence in the University of Manitoba's Archival Collections." e-Edition, ©November 2007. http://gaby-divay-webarchives.ca/ps/fpgBioHerit92.html
|2007 ||"Introduction to FPG ( Greve/Grove)'s 1993 Poetry Edition." e-Edition, 2007 (print preview, 62 p.). Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, Archives & Special Collections, ©2007. |
|2007 || |(e-Editor). Greve, Felix Paul. Wanderungen (1902). FPG's Poetry, e-Edition 2007. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, Archives & Special Collections, ©2007. Twenty-three privately published Poems FPG dedicated to his friend, Herman F. C. Kilian, whose Anglo-German Grove would appropriate for himself in his Canadian autobiographies ASA (1927) & ISM (1946).
|2007 || |(e-Editor). Greve, Felix Paul. "Gedichte." FPG's Poetry, e-Edition 2007. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, Archives & Special Collections, ©2007. Seven Manuscript Poems submitted in 1902 for inclusion in Stefan George's Blätter für die Kunst. [orig., Stefan-George-Archuv, Stuttgart].
|2007 || |(e-Editor). Grove, Frederick Philip. Six German Poems in the University of Manitoba Archives. FPG's Poetry,e-Edition 2007. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, Archives & Special Collections, ©2007. http://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/archives/collections/fpg/pEd/
|2007 || | (e-Editor). Grove, Frederick Philip. MISCELLANEOUS POEMS. FPG's Poetry, e-Edition 2007. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, Archives & Special Collections, ©2007.
Includes: Legend of the Great Survival, Konrad, the Builder, & nine lyrical poemshttp://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/archives/collections/fpg/pEd/
| 2007* || |
"FPG (Greve/Grove)'s Autobiographies, 1927 & 1946: Memories Corrected." Memory, Memorial, Memorializing: Spaces of and for Remembering: 50th Conference of the Linguistic Circle of Manitoba & North Dakota (LCMND), North Dakota State University (NDSU), Fargo, N.D., September 28, 2007. (Power-Point Presentation, 42 slides)
[Forthcoming in this Conference's published proceedings]
|2007* || |
"FPG (Greve/Grove)'s Settlers of the Marsh (1925): the Dadaist Else von Freytag-Loringhoven on the Prairies." The Prairies in 3-D: Disorientations, Diversities, Dispersals: Fourth Multidisciplinary Conference on the Prairies, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, September 29, 2007 (Power-Point Presentation, 39 slides).
[Forthcoming in this Conference's published proceedings]
|2008* || |"Felix Paul Greve (FPG)". Commissioned FPG (Greve/Grove) ENTRY for the planned De Gruyter Stefan George Handbuch; submitted in late January 2008, approved in early 2009. -- Our much admired "Solar Grove" portrait will adorn it.
|2008 || |(e-Editor). Greve, Felix Paul. Das JAHR der WENDE. [mss. poems, Nov. 1901]. FPG's Poetry, Facsimile e-Edition, ©Aug. 2008. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, Archives & Special Collections, ©2007/8. Includes:
Vorrede. -- Friedrich Nietzsche. -- Mädchenseelen. -- Drei Bilder. -- Zwischenspiel I: Aus jungen Jahren ; Zwischenspiel II: Lieder des Leichtsinns. -- Nachtphantasien. -- Vom Wege. -- Dem Freunde: Vier Anreden. -- Die Wende.
| 2008* || |"Grove's First Canadian Publication «Rousseau als Erzieher» (1914): FPG's Model Nietzsche in Munich & on the Prairies." 51st Conference of the Linguistic Circle of Manitoba & North Dakota (LCMND), University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, September 26, 2008.
(Power-Point Presentation, publ. in: LCMND e-Journal, v. 2008 [44 slides])
|2008 ||"FPG (Greve/Grove) Criticism since 1973 and Mutual Reflections in Else von Freytag-Loringhoven’s and FPG’s Writings". West of Eden: Essays on Canadian Prairie Literature. Edited by Sue Sorensen. Winnipeg: CMU Press, 2008, 107-124. -- [McNally Robinson Launch, with UM Professors Arnason & Cooley, Monday, March 23, 2009]. |
| 2009 || |
"FPG (Greve/Grove)'s Swedish Heritage and 'Travels in Sweden/Reise in Schweden' (1909)." Northern Studies: Partnership Conference, Umeå University & University of Manitoba, Umea, February 16, 2009.
(Abstract & Power-Point Presentation).
| 2009 ||Greve, Felix Paul. "Reise in Schweden". Neue Revue & Morgen, Heft 22/23 (1909). Centennial e-Facsimile Edition / Gaby Divay. University of Manitoba Archives, ©February 2009 |
| 2009* |"Developing Online Collections for German Studies at the University of Manitoba". ACRL/WESS Germanists' Program, Sunday, July 12, 2009, 1:30-3:00 PM, Palmer House Hotel, Chicago
(Power-Point Presentation, publ. on: ACRL/WESS Website [80 slides])
| 2009* |
"The Rape of Europa on the Manitoba Prairies." IFLA/FAIFE (Free Access To Information & Freedom of Expression) Session on Ethics in the Library Workplace, Milan, 25. August 2009.
(Power-Point Presentation, 58 slides)
| 2009* || |"Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff (1494) at the University of Manitoba: Dysart Collection No. 22, Locher's 1497 Latin ed. & 1 of 16 Dysart Incunabula." 50th ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE of the Linguistic Circle of Manitoba & North Dakota (LCMND), 1959-2009, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, October 16, 2009. -- (Power-Point Presentation, 46 slides.)
(Rev. & enl. ed. forthcoming in: LCMND e-Journal, v. 2009)
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