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- Feminist German Studies
- University of Nebraska Press
- Volume 34, 2018
- Women in German Prize Winners (2017)
- The Jazz Republic: Music, Race, and American Culture in Weimar Germany by Jonathan O. Wipplinger (review)
- Revolutionary Subjects: German Literatures and the Limits of Aesthetic Solidarity with Latin America by Jamie H. Trnka (review)
- Mad Mädchen: Feminism and Generational Conflict in Recent German Literature and Film by Margaret McCarthy (review)
- Reproductive Rights Issues in Popular Media: International Perspectives ed. by Waltraud Maierhofer and Beth Widmaier Capo (review)
- Remapping Black Germany: New Perspectives on Afro-German History, Politics, and Culture ed. by Sara Lennox (review)
- Performativität statt Tradition—Autobiografische Diskurse von Frauen by Brigitte E. Jirku and Marion Schulz (review)
- Out in the Union: A Labor History of Queer America by Miriam Frank (review)
- An Other Kind of Home: Gender-Sexual Abjection, Subjectivity, and the Uncanny in Literature and Film by Kyle Frackman (review)
- Passagen des Exils/Passages of Exile ed. by Burcu Dogramaci and Elisabeth Otto (review)
- Weibliche Kreativität um 1800/Women's Creativity around 1800 ed. by Linda Dietrick and Birte Giesler (review)
- Framing Islam: Faith, Fascination, and Fear in Twenty-First-Century German Culture, special issue of Colloquia Germanica: Internationale Zeitschrift für Germanistik ed. by Heidi Denzel de Tirado and Faye Stewart (review)
- Spectacle ed. by Jennifer L. Creech and Thomas O. Haakenson (review)
- Mothers, Comrades, and Outcasts in East German Women's Films by Jennifer L. Creech (review)
- Transgenerational Holocaust Memory in Anne Weber's Ahnen and Esther Kinsky's Am Fluß
- Spiraling toward Happiness: City and the Self in Christa Wolf's "Unter den Linden"
- Navigating Partnership: German Surrealist Ellida Schargo von Alten, Richard Oelze, and Cross-Fertilization in the Visual Arts
- Objects and Objectification: Women and Technology in Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach's Lotti, die Uhrmacherin and "Ein Original"
- Colonial Counternarratives in Therese Robinson's Die Auswanderer
- The Path Not (Yet) Taken: Bettina von Arnim's Ecological Vision in Her Romantic Fairy Tale "The Queen's Son"
- Editors' Introduction
- In Memoriam Julie Klassen, 1943–2018
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