Volume 36, Number 2, May 2013

Table of Contents

„In diesem Sinne hat jede Zeit, hat jedes Volk die Führer, die sie verdienen“—Zum Politik- und Politikerbild des republikanischen Bürgertums in der Weimarer Republik

pp. 237-257
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Fritz Lang’s Radio Aesthetic: M. Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder

pp. 259-279
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Ernst Barlach and the Conservative Revolution

pp. 281-305
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Between “Unity of Action” and “Lackeys of Imperialism”: The Contradictory Attitudes of the East German Communists Toward the West German Social Democrats, 1959–1989

pp. 307-325
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An Apology for Public Apologies?: Transitional Justice and Respect in Germany

pp. 327-345
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Remembering What Remained: German Studies Association 2012 Presidential Address

pp. 347-361
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Introduction: Remembering Christa Wolf

pp. 363-364
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Fremdheitserfahrungen als Konstante

pp. 365-372
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To Be Recognized Again: Christa Wolf’s Paradigm of Sincerity

pp. 373-379
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Roundtable on Günter Grass’s “Was gesagt werden muss” (What Must Be Said)

pp. 381-383
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Gunter Grass’s “What Must Be Said”: Blood Libel for Our Times

pp. 384-388
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Acting Out

pp. 389-392
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“Was gesagt werden muss”: Concerning Grass’s Schweigen (with an Epistolary Coda)

pp. 393-398
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Grass’s Poem “Was gesagt werden muss,” or, the Last Hurrah of the Aging Author

pp. 399-403
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The Oxford Handbook of Modern German History ed. by Helmut Walser Smith (review)

pp. 405-409
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German History in Modern Times: Four Lives of the Nation by William W. Hagen (review)

pp. 410-412
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From the Bonn to the Berlin Republic: Germany at the Twentieth Anniversary of Unification ed. by Jeffrey J. Anderson and Eric Langenbacher (review)

pp. 412-416
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Heights of Reflection: Mountains in the German Imagination from the Middle Ages to the Twenty-First Century ed. by Sean Ireton and Caroline Schaumann (review)

pp. 417-418
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Die Reise ans Ende der Welt: Erkundungen zur Kulturgeschichte der Literatur by Karl S. Guthke (review)

pp. 418-420
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Anthropologie der Goethezeit: Studien zur Literatur und Wissensgeschichte by Michael Titzmann (review)

pp. 420-422
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The Word Unheard: Legacies of Anti-Semitism in German Literature and Culture by Martha B. Helfer (review)

pp. 422-425
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Improvisation as Art: Conceptual Challenges, Historical Perspectives by Edgar Landgraf (review)

pp. 425-428
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Diplomatie von Angesicht zu Angesicht: Diplomatische Handlungsformen in den deutsch-französischen Beziehungen 1870–1919 by Verena Steller (review)

pp. 428-430
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The Borders of Integration: Polish Migrants in Germany and the US, 1870–1924 by Brian McCook (review)

pp. 430-432
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The German Forest: Nature, Identity, and the Contestation of a National Symbol, 1871–1914 by Jeffrey K. Wilson (review)

pp. 433-435
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Optimizing the German Workforce: Labor Administration from Bismarck to the Economic Miracle by David Meskill (review)

pp. 435-436
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Vienna is Different: Jewish Writers in Austria from the Fin de Siècle to the Present by Hillary Hope Herzog (review)

pp. 437-438
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Stefan George und sein Kreis: Ein Handbuch ed. by Achim Aurnhammer et al. (review)

pp. 439-441
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Das Ende der Kaiserherrlichkeit: Die Skandalprozesse um die homosexuellen Berater Wilhelms II. 1907–1909 by Peter Winzen (review)

pp. 441-443
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Der Grosse Krieg: Deutschland und Frankreich im Ersten Weltkrieg 1914–1918 by Jean-Jacque Becker and Gerd Krumeich (review)

pp. 443-444
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Siemens im Sowjetgeschäft: Eine Institutionsgeschichte der deutsch-sowjetischen Beziehungen 1917–1933 by Martin Lutz (review)

pp. 444-447
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The Lessons of Carl Schmitt: Four Chapters on the Distinction between Political Theology and Political Philosophy, Expanded Edition by Heinrich Meier (review)

pp. 447-449
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“Jede Freundschaft mit mir ist verderblich”: Joseph Roth und Stefan Zweig: Briefwechsel 1927–1938 ed. by Madeleine Rietra and Rainer-Joachim Siegel (review)

pp. 449-451
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Benjamin’s Library: Modernity, Nation, and the Baroque by Jane O. Newman (review)

pp. 451-453
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Berlin Psychoanalytic: Psychoanalysis and Culture in Weimar Republic Germany and Beyond by Veronika Fuechtner (review)

pp. 454-456
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Selbstkonstitution bei Robert Musil und in der Psychoanalyse: Identität und Wirklichkeit im Mann ohne Eigenschaften by Lilith Jappe (review)

pp. 457-459
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Hitler’s Ethic: The Nazi Pursuit of Evolutionary Progress by Richard Weikart (review)

pp. 459-460
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Tuberkulose und Menschenversuche im Nationalsozialismus: Das Netzwerk hinter den Tbc-Experimenten im Konzentrationslager Sachsenhausen by Christine Wolters (review)

pp. 461-463
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Refugees from Nazi Germany and the Liberal European States ed. by Frank Caestecker and Bob Moore, and: The Fruits of Exile: Central European Intellectual Immigration to America in the Age of Fascism ed. by Richard Bodek and Simon Lewis (review)

pp. 463-465
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Weltanschauliche Orientierungsversuche im Exil / New Orientations of World View in Exile ed. by Reinhard Andress (review)

pp. 466-467
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Rude Awakenings: An American Historian’s Encounters with Nazism, Communism, and McCarthyism by Carol Sicherman (review)

pp. 467-469
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The Making of the German Post-War Economy: Political Communication and Public Reception of the Social Market Economy After World War Two by Christian Glosser (review)

pp. 469-470
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Gesundheit und Krankheit im Spiegel von Petitionen an den Landtag von Baden-Württemberg 1946–1980 by Sylvelyn Hähner-Rombach, and: Medikale Subkulturen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und ihre Gegner (1950–1990) by Florian Mildenberger (review)

pp. 470-474
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A State of Peace in Europe: West Germany and the CSCE, 1966–1975 by Petri Hakkarainen (review)

pp. 474-476
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The Economic Diplomacy of Ostpolitik: Origins of NATO’s Energy Dilemma by Werner D. Lippert (review)

pp. 476-478
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Morbus Austriacus: Thomas Bernhards Österreichkritik by Gregor Thuswaldner (review)

pp. 479-480
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German Unification 1989–1990: Documents on British Policy Overseas ed. by Patrick Salmon, Keith Hamilton, and Stephen Robert Twigge (review)

pp. 480-482
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Opposition und SED in der Friedlichen Revolution: Organisationsgeschichte der alten und neuen politischen Gruppen 1989/90 ed. by Martin Gutzeit, Helge Heidemeyer, and Bettina Tüffers (review)

pp. 483-484
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The GDR Remembered: Representations of the East German State since 1989 ed. by Nick Hodgin and Caroline Pearce (review)

pp. 484-486
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After the Berlin Wall: Germany and Beyond ed. by Katharina Gerstenberger and Jana Evans Braziel (review)

pp. 486-488
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Holocaust as Fiction: Bernhard Schlink’s “Nazi” Novels and Their Films by William Collins Donahue (review)

pp. 488-490
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Sloterdijk Now ed. by Stuart Elden (review)

pp. 491-493
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Contributors

p. 495
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