1. Forty Years of the GSA, 1976–2016
  2. Sara Lennox, Gerhard L. Weinberg
  3. pp. 449-469
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  1. The Project of German Studies: Disciplinary Strategies and Intellectual Practices
  2. Celia Applegate, Frank Trommler
  3. pp. 471-492
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  1. From National to Transnational German Studies: Some Historical Reflections, 1977–2017
  2. Konrad H. Jarausch
  3. pp. 493-503
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  1. The Role of Literature in the German Studies Association
  2. Paul Michael Lützeler
  3. pp. 505-516
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  1. Interdisciplinarity, German Studies, and the Humanities
  2. Janet Ward
  3. pp. 517-527
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  1. Researching Multilingually in German Studies: A Brief Retrospective
  2. David Gramling
  3. pp. 529-540
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  1. Film and Media Studies
  2. Gerd Gemünden
  3. pp. 541-551
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  1. Critical Theory and the German Studies Association
  2. Lutz Koepnick
  3. pp. 553-563
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  1. Feminist German Studies and the GSA
  2. Hester Baer
  3. pp. 565-575
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  1. Trajectories in the Study of National Socialism
  2. Joseph W. Bendersky
  3. pp. 577-588
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  1. New Paths, New Directions: Reflections on Forty Years of Holocaust Studies and the GSA
  2. Waitman Wade Beorn
  3. pp. 589-599
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  1. German Studies and Jewish Studies: Symbiosis of Two Fields
  2. Leslie Morris
  3. pp. 601-610
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  1. Readings and Misreadings?: The GDR and the GSA
  2. Marc Silberman
  3. pp. 611-620
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  1. From Multidisciplinary to Transdisciplinary: On the History of German Studies Review, 1978–2015
  2. Amanda Z. Randall
  3. pp. 629-643
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  1. German Studies in Nordamerika: eine Außensicht
  2. Ulrich Grothus
  3. pp. 645-654
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  1. The GSA and My Own Hot Autumn
  2. Stephen Brockmann
  3. pp. 655-656
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  1. The GSA—A Brief Bildungsroman
  2. Suzanne L. Marchand
  3. pp. 657-659
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  1. Listening at the GSA: Lessons Learned
  2. Irene Kacandes
  3. pp. 661-663
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  1. How to Found a Scholarly Organization and Give it Instant Prestige
  2. Gerald R. Kleinfeld
  3. pp. 665-667
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  1. Die Wurstmaschine; or, How Sausage Is Made
  2. David E. Barclay
  3. pp. 669-670
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  1. Entrepreneurial and Engaging: Reflecting on Forty Years of the GSA
  2. Marion F. Deshmukh
  3. pp. 671-672
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  1. The Necessity of the GSA
  2. Jeffrey L. Sammons
  3. pp. 673-674
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  1. Growing up with the GSA
  2. Daniel Purdy
  3. pp. 675-677
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  1. Student to Scholar: Coming of Age at the GSA
  2. Suzanne Brown-Fleming
  3. pp. 679-680
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  1. The Art Historical Haven within the GSA
  2. Paul B. Jaskot
  3. pp. 681-683
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  1. The GSA and Canada
  2. James Retallack
  3. pp. 685-686
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  1. Partners in Time: The GSA and the DEFA Film Library
  2. Skyler J. Arndt-Briggs
  3. pp. 687-689
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  1. A Publisher’s Perspective
  2. Marion Berghahn
  3. pp. 691-693
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  1. Introduction
  2. Andreas W. Daum, Sabine Hake, Brad Prager
  3. pp. 443-447
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 695-699
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