We cannot verify your location
Browse Book and Journal Content on Project MUSE

  Volume 42, Number 3, September 2006

Table of Contents

From: Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies

Previous Issue Next Issue

Special Issue: Immigrant/Emigrant Experience and German Culture

Guest Editor: Marianne Henn and Sabine Sievern


pp. 189-193


The Emigrant Heroine: Gender and the Colonial Fantasy in Henriette Frölich's Virginia oder Die Kolonie von Kentucky

pp. 194-210

German-American Identity in the Novels of Heinrich Börnstein and Otto Ruppius

pp. 211-228

"Verbrasilianern": L'émigration suisse au Brésil et la question de l'intégration

pp. 229-241

Migration as Mediation: Neue Freie Presse American Correspondent Ann Tizia Leitich and Stefan Zweig's "Die Monotonisierung der Welt"

pp. 242-260

Cultural Transfer and Condensation of Memory: Textual Displacement in Henry Kreisel's Short Stories

pp. 261-276

Explaining the Enemy: Images of German Culture in English-Language Fiction by German-Speaking Exiles in Great Britain, 1933-45

pp. 277-287

The Success of the "Unsuccessful" Tuma in Mediating between East and West: Rafik Schami's Erzähler der Nacht

pp. 288-301

The "Circus of Cultures" and Culture as Circus in Rafik Schami's Reise zwischen Nacht und Morgen

pp. 302-320

The Colonization of Germany: Migrant and German Identity in Wladimir Kaminer's Mein deutsches Dschungelbuch

pp. 321-336

The Limitation of Urban Space in Thomas Arslan's Berlin Trilogy

pp. 337-352



pp. 353-354

Research Areas


  • You have access to this content
  • Free sample
  • Open Access
  • Restricted Access