Volume 47, Number 4, September 2011

Table of Contents

SPECIAL THEME ISSUE: Globalization, German Literature, and the New Economy

DAVID N. COURY University of Wisconsin at Green Bay SABINE VON DIRKE University of Pittsburgh

Introduction

pp. 395-403
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Articles

“Kennt Kultur keine Kurzarbeit?”: Representing Work and Worklessness in Contemporary German Literature

pp. 404-416
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Social Transformations and Identity in the Age of Globalization in Germany: Georg Oswald’s Alles was zählt

pp. 417-433
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“New concept – new life”: Bodies and Buildings in Katharina Hacker’s novel Die Habenichtse

pp. 434-446
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Globalization as Uneven Geographical Development: The “Creative” Destruction of Place and Fantasy in Christian Petzold’s Ghost Trilogy

pp. 447-464
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Ghostly Business: Place, Space, and Gender in Christian Petzold’s Yella

pp. 465-478
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Trapped behind the “Golden Curtain”: Labouring Relationships in Barbara Gräftner’s Mein Russland and Ruth Mader’s Struggle

pp. 479-498
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Female Body Traffic in Ulrich Seidl’s Import/Export and Ursula Biemann’s Remote Sensing and Europlex

pp. 499-519
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Transnational Terrorism, War, and Violence: Globalization and Transborder Exchanges in Juli Zeh’s Spieltrieb

pp. 520-536
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Contributors

pp. 537-538
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