BARNOUW, Dagmar. American (born Germany), b. 1936. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Area studies. Career: Stanford University, Stanford, CA, guest instructor in German, 1962-63; Yale University, New Haven, CT, lecturer in German literature, 1968-69; University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, lecturer in German and comparative literature, 1969-72; University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, guest lecturer in German literature, 1974; Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, associate professor of German, 1977-78; University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, associate professor of German, 1978-79; Brown University, Providence, RI, associate professor, 1979-81, professor of German and comparative literature, 1981-85; University of Texas at Austin, professor of German and English, 1985-88; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, professor of German and comparative literature, 1988-. University of Rostock, guest professor, 1982. Publications: Entzueckte Anschauung: Sprache und Realitaet in der Lyrik Eduard Moerikes, 1971; (with Hans R. Vaget) Thomas Mann: Studien zu Fragen der Rezeption, 1975; Elias Canetti, 1979; Die versuchte Realitaet: Utopischer Diskurs von Thomas Morus zur feministischen Science Fiction, 1985; Weimar Intellectuals and the Threat of Modernity, 1988; Visible Spaces: Hannah Arendt and the German-Jewish Experience, 1990; Critical Realism: History, Photography, and the Work of Siegfried Kracauer, 1994; Germany 1945: Views of War and Violence, 1996; Deutschland 1945: Krieg und gewalt in der Photographie, 1997. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to scholarly journals. Address: Department of German, 402 THH, University of Southern California, University Park, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0351, U.S.A.