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  Volume 19, 2003

Table of Contents


pp. ix-xiii


pp. vii-viii

The Measure of Our Words, or Taking How We Talk to Each Other Seriously

pp. 1-8

Focus: Women and the Holocaust

Departures: New Feminist Perspectives on the Holocaust

pp. 9-19

Unspeakable Differences, Obscene Pleasures: The Holocaust as an Object of Desire

pp. 20-49

Positionality and Postmemory in Scholarship on the Holocaust

pp. 50-74

Postmemory Envy?

pp. 75-98

Making the Stranger the Enemy: Gertrud Kolmar's Eine jüdische Mutter

pp. 99-116

In the Waiting Room of Literature: Helen Grund and the Practice of Travel and Fashion Writing

pp. 117-140

A Female Old Shatterhand? Colonial Heroes and Heroines in Lydia Höpker's Tales of Southwest Africa

pp. 141-158

Searching for Missing Pieces around Us: Christa Wolf's The Quest for Christa T. and Ingeborg Drewitz's Who Will Defend Katrin Lambert?

pp. 159-178

Pro-Porn Rhetoric and the Cinema of Monika Treut

pp. 179-199

Overcoming Boundaries: Feminist Doctorates and Women's Careers in Germanics 1980-2002

pp. 200-250


About the Contributors

pp. 251-254