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  Volume 35, Number 3, October 2012

Table of Contents

Editorial Section

From the Editor

p. xi

Rethinking the Academic Journal in the Digital Age

pp. 465-469

Why Goethe Needs German Studies and Why German Studies Needs Goethe

pp. 470-474

Beyond National Socialism?

pp. 475-479

Whither the Study of German Art?

pp. 480-484

Historicizing the Visual

pp. 485-489

Resemblances: Between German Film Studies and History

pp. 490-494


pp. 495-500

Myths of the Prefix

pp. 501-504

The Return to Aesthetics in Literary Studies

pp. 505-509

DAAD Faculty Summer Seminar 2012: “The Futures of Interdisciplinary German Studies”

pp. 511-520


The Prince, the Crypt, and the Historians: Kaiser Friedrich III and the Continuities of Monarchical Geschichtspolitik in Imperial Germany

pp. 521-540

Hindenburg: The Cartoon Titan of the Weimar Republic, 1918–1934

pp. 541-565

The Tomb of the “True German”: Kuno Francke and the American Rejection of a German Ideal

pp. 567-586

Defining “Freemason”: Compromise, Pragmatism, and German Lodge Members in the NSDAP

pp. 587-605

Black Venus, White Bayreuth: Race, Sexuality, and the Depoliticization of Wagner in Postwar West Germany

pp. 607-626

Review Essay

Eroticism, Love, and Sexuality in the Two Postwar Germanys

pp. 627-636


The Serpent and the Lamb: Cranach, Luther, and the Making of the Reformation (review)

pp. 637-639

Meine Liebe zu Büchern: Sophie von La Roche als professionelle Schriftstellerin (review)

pp. 639-641

Herausforderung Herder/Herder as Challenge (review)

pp. 641-643

Georg Forsters literarische Weltreise: Dialektik der Kulturbegegnung in der Aufklärung (review)

pp. 643-644

Karl Philipp Moritz: Signaturen des Denkens (review)

pp. 645-646

Briefwechsel, Band I: 1852–1882 (review)

pp. 646-649

Wagner and the Erotic Impulse (review)

pp. 649-651

The Total Work of Art in European Modernism (review)

pp. 651-653

Popular Historiographies in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Cultural Meanings, Social Practices (review)

pp. 653-655

Germans and African Americans: Two Centuries of Exchange (review)

pp. 656-658

Advertising Empire: Race and Visual Culture in Imperial Germany (review)

pp. 658-660

Nazi Empire: German Colonialism and Imperialism from Bismarck to Hitler (review)

pp. 660-662

Exotic Spaces in German Modernism (review)

pp. 662-664

Changing Places: Society, Culture, and Territory in the Saxon-Bohemian Borderlands, 1870–1946 (review)

pp. 664-666

Honor, Politics, and the Law in Imperial Germany, 1871–1914 (review)

pp. 667-669

“Wie sonst das Zeugen Mode war”: Reproduktionstechnologien in Literatur und Film (review)

pp. 669-670

Kafka for the Twenty-First Century (review)

pp. 670-672

Fremde Gemeinschaft: Deutsch-Jüdische Literatur der Moderne (review)

pp. 673-674

A Poet’s Reich: Politics and Culture in the George Circle (review)

pp. 674-677

Cities into Battlefields: Metropolitan Scenarios, Experiences and Commemorations of Total War (review)

pp. 677-678

The Great War and German Memory: Society, Politics and Psychological Trauma, 1914–1945 (review)

pp. 678-681

The Impossible Border: Germany and the East, 1914–1922 (review)

pp. 681-683

City Girls: Bubiköpfe und Blaustrümpfe in den 1920er Jahren (review)

pp. 684-685

Wissenschaft macht Politik: Hochschule in den politischen Systembrüchen 1933 und 1945 (review)

pp. 685-687

Jewish Life in Nazi Germany: Dilemmas and Responses (review)

pp. 687-688

Hitler, Mussolini, and the Vatican: Pope Pius XI and the Speech that was Never Made (review)

pp. 688-690

Ostkrieg: Hitler’s War of Extermination in the East (review)

pp. 691-692

The French Who Fought for Hitler: Memories from the Outcasts, and: The Devil’s Captain: Ernst Jünger in Nazi Paris, 1941–1944 (review)

pp. 693-697

Nazi Labour Camps in Paris: Austerlitz, Lévitan, Bassano, July 1943–August 1944 (review)

pp. 697-699

Shattered Spaces: Encountering Jewish Ruins in Postwar Germany and Poland (review)

pp. 699-702

The Lost Children: Reconstructing Europe’s Families after World War II (review)

pp. 702-704

Afterness: Figures of Following in Modern Thought and Aesthetics (review)

pp. 704-705

Vorbild USA? Amerikanisierung von Universität und Wissenschaft in Westdeutschland 1945–1976 (review)

pp. 705-708

Mapping Morality in Postwar German Women’s Fiction: Christa Wolf, Ingeborg Drewitz and Grete Weil (review)

pp. 708-710

The Novel after Theory (review)

pp. 710-714

W. G. Sebald: Einführung in Leben und Werk (review)

pp. 714-715

Yoko Tawada. Text und Kritik; Zeitschrift für Literatur, vol. 191/192 (review)

pp. 716-717

Die demokratische Revolution 1989 in der DDR (review)

pp. 717-718

The Novel in German since 1990 (review)

pp. 719-721

Emerging German-Language Novelists of the Twenty-First Century (review)

pp. 721-722


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