Publications

COMPLETE VOLUMES

Monographs

  1. Haas, Astrid. “Lone Star Vistas: Constructions of Texas in U.S. American, Mexican, and German Travel Narratives, 1821–1861.” (manuscript completed, publication in preparation)
  2. Haas, Astrid. Stages of Agency: The Contributions of American Drama to the AIDS Dis­course. American Studies: A Monograph Series 204. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2011. https://www.winter-verlag.de/en/detail/978-3-8253-5873-0/Haas_Stages_of_Agency/

Edited Volumes and Peer-Reviewed Journal Issues

  1. Haas, Astrid, ed. The Harlem Renaissance from an Inter-American Perspective. Special Issue of FIAR: Forum for Inter-American Research 2 (July 2014). http://interamerica.de/category/volume-7-2/
  2. Haas, Astrid, and María Herrera-Sobek, eds. Transfrontera: Transnational Perspectives on the U.S.–Mexi­co Borderlands. Special Issue, The American Studies Journal 57 (May 2012). http:// www.asjournal.org/57-2012/
  3. [Haas, Astrid, et al., as members of] Genus—Münsteraner Arbeitskreis für Gender Studies. Von schönen und anderen Geschlechtern: Schönheit in den Gender Studies. Frankfort/M.: Lang, 2004.

CONTRIBUTIONS

Contributions to Peer-Reviewed Journals

  1. Haas, Astrid. “A Changing Game: Ethnicity, Gender, and Nation in the U.S. American Soccer Film.” Comparative American Studies4 (December 2014): 301-15.
  2. Haas, Astrid. “Introduction.” The Harlem Renaissance from an Inter-American Perspective. Ed. Astrid Haas. FIAR: Forum for Inter-American Research2 (July 2014): 4-9. http://interamerica.de/category/volume-7-2/
  3. Haas, Astrid. “Un continente ‘de color’: Langston Hughes y América Latina.” The Harlem Renaissance from an Inter-American Perspective. Ed. Astrid Haas. FIAR: Forum for Inter-American Research2 (July 2014): 36-54. http://interamerica.de/category/volume-7-2/
  4. Haas, Astrid. “Borderlands Identities and Borderlands Ideologies in Willa Cather’s Death Comes for the Archbishop.” Transfrontera: Transnational Perspectives on the U.S.–Mexico Borderlands. Ed. Astrid Haas and María Herrera-Sobek. The American Studies Journal 57 (May 2012). http:// www.asjournal.org/57-2012/
  5. Haas, Astrid, and María Herrera-Sobek. “Introduction.” Transfrontera: Transnational Perspectives on the U.S.–Mexico Borderlands. Ed. Astrid Haas and María Herrera-So­bek. The American Studies Journal 57 (May 2012). http:// www.asjournal.org/57-2012/
  6. Haas, Astrid. “Canon y Cálculo: Jaime Escalante, Richard Rodriguez y el debate educativo latino en­tre asimilación y multiculturalismo.” FIAR: Forum for Inter-American Research1 (May 2011). http://interamerica.de/volume-4-1/haas/

Contributions to Edited Volumes

  1. Haas, Astrid. “From Göttingen to Galveston: Travel Writing and German Migration to Texas, 1830-1848.” Migration in Context: Literature, Culture and Language. Ed. Marcus Hartner and Marion Schulte. Bielefeld: Aisthesis, 2016. 135-51.
  2. Haas, Astrid. “Mexican Travelers and the ‘Texas Question,’ 1821-1836.” Hemispheric Encounters: The Ear­ly United States in a Transnational Perspective. Ed. Gabriele Pisarz-Ramírez and Markus Heide. Frankfurt/M.: Lang, 2016. 117-32.
  3. Haas, Astrid. “Un continente ‘de color’: Langston Hughes y América Latina.” Key Tropes in Inter-Ame­rican Studies: Perspectives from The Forum of Inter-American Research. ed. Wilfried Raussert et al. Trier: WVT; Tempe: Bilingual, Press, 2015. 265-80.
  4. Haas, Astrid. “Between Monroe Doctrine and Manifest Destiny: Spanish American Travel Narratives of Jacksonian America.” Mobile Narratives: Travel, Migration, and Transculturation. Ed. Eleftheria Arapoglou, Mónika Fodor, and Jopi Nyman. New York: Routledge, 2014. 30-42.
  5. Haas, Astrid. “United on the Playing Field? Ethnic and Race Relations in U.S. American Youth Team Sports Films.” New World Colors: Ethnicity, Belonging, and Difference in the Americas. Ed. Josef Raab. Trier: WVT; Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 2014. 247-65.
  6. Haas, Astrid. “Remedial Laughter: American Stage Comedy about AIDS.” Communicating Disease: Cultural Representations of American Medicine. Ed. Carmen Birkle and Johanna Heil. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2013. 243-64.
  7. Haas, Astrid. “Worte als Waffe, Theater als Therapie: Der Beitrag der Literatur zur Wahrnehmung von AIDS.” Gesellschaft braucht Wissenschaft—Wissenschaft braucht Gesellschaft: Mobilität, Kommunikation, Interaktion. Ed. Ludwig Schultz et al. Stuttgart: Thieme, 2013. 171-86.
  8. Haas, Astrid. “A Continent of Co­lor: Langston Hughes and Spanish America.” Expanding Latinidad. Ed. Luz Angélica Kirschner. Trier: WVT; Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 2012. 177-94.
  9. Haas, Astrid. “Latin Skillz: The Fusion of Rap, Film, and Sport in the Mainstreaming of U.S. Latina/o Culture.” Cornbread and Cuchifritos: Ethnic Identity Politics, Transnationalization, and Transculturation in American Urban Popular Music. Ed. Michelle Habell-Pallán and Wilfried Raussert. Trier: WVT; Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 2011. 151-66.
  10. Haas, Astrid. “A Raisin in the East: African American Civil Rights Drama in GDR Scholarship and Theater Practice.” Germans and African Americans: Two Centuries of Exchange. Ed. Larry A. Greene and Anke Ortlepp. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2011. 166-84.
  11. Haas, Astrid. “Discourses of Belonging: Language and Identities in Gay Asian American Drama.” Moving Migration: Narrative Transformations in Asian American Literature. Ed. Johanna C. Kardux and Doris Einsiedel. Münster: Lit, 2010. 139-60.
  12. Haas, Astrid. “‘To Russia and Myself’: Claude McKay, Langston Hughes, and the Soviet Union.” Transatlantic Negotiations. Ed. Christa Buschendorf and Astrid Franke. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2007. 111-31.
  13. Haas, Astrid. “Coloring the Crisis: Representations of Blackness in American AIDS Drama.” Complexions of Race: The African Atlantic. Ed. Fritz Gysin and Cindy Hamilton. Münster: Lit, 2005. 139-55.
  14. Haas, Astrid, and Christian Schmitt. “Einleitung.” Von schönen und anderen Geschlechtern: Schönheit in den Gender Studies. Ed. Genus—Münsteraner Arbeitskreis für Gender Studies. Frankfort/M.: Lang, 2004. 7-11.

Encyclopaedia / Handbook Entries

  1. Haas, Astrid, and Luz Angélica Kirschner. “Race.” Online Dictionary Social and Political Key Terms of the Americas: Politics, Inequalities, and North-South Relations (2012). http://elearning.uni-bielefeld.de/wikifarm/fields/ges_cias/field.php/Main/Unterkapitel_183.
  2. Haas, Astrid. “Lafayette Players” and “Lafayette Theatre.” Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance. 2 Vols. Ed. Cary D. Wintz and Paul Finkelman. New York: Routledge, 2004. 676-79.

Artist Interview and Contributions to Art Exhibition Catalogues

  1. Haas, Astrid, and Alexia Schemien. “Revisiting the Ancestral Past, Envisioning Chicana Lives: An In­terview with Santa Barraza, Artist of the Borderlands.” Interculturalism in North America: Canada, the United States, Mexico, and Beyond. Ed. Josef Raab and Alexander Greif­fenstern. Trier: WVT; Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 2013. 259-74.
  2. Haas, Astrid. “Verlassene Orte—gefundene Räume: Dokumentation des Symposions Das erinnerte Haus.” Das erinnerte Haus. Exh. Cat., Museum Folkwang, Essen, 2004. 39-67.
  3. Haas, Astrid. “‘leben zu erzählen’: Die Arbeiten von Rosana Palazyan.” Magische Expeditionen: Streif­züge mit rätselhaften Empfindungen. Exh. Cat. Museum Folkwang, Essen, 2002. 11-15.
  4. Haas, Astrid. “Strukturen der Kontemplation.” Didier Trenet. Exh. Cat., Museum Folkwang, Es­sen. Cologne: Salon, 2001. 9-13.

REVIEWS AND TRANSLATIONS

Review

  1. Haas, Astrid. “Review of Plague-Making and the AIDS Epidemic: A Story of Discrimination by Gina M. Bright.” Archiv für das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen1 (2014): 209.

Translations

  1. Haas, Astrid, Luisa Ellermeier, and Olaf Kaltmeier, trans from Spanish. “Quito’s Historic Center: Heritage of Humanity or of the Market?” By Fernando Carrión. Selling EthniCity: Urban Cultural Politics in the Americas. Ed. Olaf Kaltmeier. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011. 264-89.
  2. Haas, Astrid, trans. from German. “Trajectories of Transnational Women’s Solidarity in the Context of Global Governance.” By Christa Wichterich. E Pluribus Unum? National and Transnational Identities in the Amer­icas / Identidades nacionales y transnacionales en las Américas. Ed. Sebastian Thies and Josef Raab. Münster: Lit; Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 2008. 79-92.
  3. Haas, Astrid trans from English. “Ins Licht: Überlebende der Residential Schools sprechen.” By Jacqueline Windh. Indianer der Nordwestküste: Wandel und Tradition / First Nations of the Pacific Northwest: Change and Tradition. Alfred Hendricks. Exhibition Catalogue, Westfälisches Museum für Naturkunde, Münster, 2005. 142-81.

LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

50 lectures and presentations on topics of North American Studies and Inter-American Studies in English, Spanish, and German given at international conferences and at universities and research institutions in Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Poland, Russia, Peru, Mexico, and the USA (2001-2017).