1. Remarks on Current Trends and Directions in German Women's History
  2. Atina Grossmann
  3. pp. 11-25
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  1. Sociological Perspectives on Gender in Germany
  2. Myra Marx Ferree
  3. pp. 27-38
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  1. On Commonality, Nationalism, and Violence: Hannah Arendt, Rosa Luxemburg, and Frantz Fanon
  2. Joan Cocks
  3. pp. 39-51
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  1. Gender-Bending in the Biedermeier
  2. Todd Kontje
  3. pp. 53-69
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  1. Not "until Earth Is Paradise": Louise Otto's Refracted Feminine Ideal
  2. Helen G. Morris-Keitel
  3. pp. 87-99
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  1. Woman as Sexual Criminal: Weimar Constructions of the Criminal Femme Fatale
  2. Barbara Hales
  3. pp. 101-121
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  1. Searching for the (M)Other: The Rhetoric of Longing in Post-Holocaust Poems by Nelly Sachs and Rose Ausländer
  2. Kathrin Bower
  3. pp. 123-147
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  1. Renderings of Alice in Wonderland in Postwar German Literature
  2. Charlotte Melin
  3. pp. 149-165
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  1. "Society Is the Biggest Murder Scene of All": On the Private and Public Spheres in Ingeborg Bachmann's Prose
  2. Helgard Mahrdt, Jeanette Clausen
  3. pp. 167-187
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  1. Interview with Elisabeth Alexander: The Mother Courage of German Postwar Literature
  2. Frederick A. Lubich
  3. pp. 189-201
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  1. Remembering Eastern Europe: Libuše Moníková
  2. Karen Hermine Jankowsky
  3. pp. 203-215
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  1. Now You See It, Now You Don't: Afro-German Particulars and the Making of a Nation in Eva Demski's Afra: Roman in fünf Bildern
  2. Leslie A. Adelson
  3. pp. 217-231
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  1. About the Authors
  2. pp. 241-244
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. p. vii
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  1. Preface
  2. Sara Friedrichsmeyer, Patricia Herminghouse
  3. pp. ix-x
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  1. Feminist German Studies across the Disciplines: Introduction to Grossmann, Ferree, and Cocks
  2. Sara Lennox
  3. pp. 1-9
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  1. Towards an "American Germanics"?: Editorial Postscript
  2. Sara Friedrichsmeyer, Patricia Herminghouse
  3. pp. 233-239
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  1. Contents of Previous Volumes
  2. pp. 247-251
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