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Kristin Dickinson

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Kristin Dickinson

Kristin Dickinson is currently in her third year of the UC Berkeley PhD program in Comparative Literature. After completing her BA in English and German at the University of Rochester, she taught English literature and creative writing as a Robert Bosch Fellow at the University of Potsdam. She has since studied in both Germany and Turkey, and her current research focuses on Turkish–German literary exchange in the twentieth century, with an emphasis on issues of translation and multilingualism.

Articles by Kristin Dickinson

The Knowledge Holder Doesn’t Choke on Cleverness
By Feridun Zaimoglu
Feridun Zaimoğlu’s Koppstoff: Kanaka Sprak vom Rande der Gesellschaft (1998) presents the fictionalized voices of twenty-six women of Turkish heritage living in Germany. “Koppstoff,”…
Translated from German by Kristin Dickinson, Robin Ellis & Priscilla Layne