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  Volume 21, 2005

Table of Contents


pp. vii-viii


pp. ix-x

Focus: Transnational Feminism

Ein Wort, ein Ort, or How Words Create Places: Interview with Yoko Tawada

pp. 1-15

Beyond the Culture Trap: Immigrant Women in Germany, Planet-Talk, and a Politics of Listening

pp. 16-38

A Transnational Travelogue: Borders, Misunderstandings, and the Telecafés in Berlin

pp. 39-61

The Subject in Black and White: Afro-German Identity Formation in Ika Hügel-Marshall's Autobiography Daheim unterwegs: Ein deutsches Leben

pp. 62-84

Locating the Other: "...the Stream of Information, Data, and Stories Will Not Stop": Interview with Sabine Scholl

pp. 85-102

"Beautiful Souls" and "Misfashioned Sons": Raphael's Transfiguration in the Context of Friederike Helene Unger's Bekenntnisse einer schönen Seele von ihr selbst geschrieben

pp. 103-133

Defining Identity via Homosexual Spaces: Locating the Male Homosexual in Weimar Berlin

pp. 134-162

A Man's Place in a Woman's World: Otto Dix, Social Dancing, and Constructions of Masculinity in Weimar Germany

pp. 163-191

"The Hills Are Alive...": Sound of Music Tourism and the Performative Construction of Places

pp. 192-214

Love Parade GmbH vs. Ladyfest: Electronic Music as a Mode of Feminist Expression in Contemporary German Culture

pp. 215-240

Shifting Cartographies: Ethical Nomadism and the Poetry of Dorothea Grünzweig

pp. 241-259


About the Contributors

pp. 260-262