German Studies Review 39 (2016), 1

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German Studies Review 39 (2016), 1
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German Studies Review
United States
Fritsche, Jana

German Studies Review (GSR) is the scholarly journal of the German Studies Association (GSA), the world’s largest academic association devoted to the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary study of the German-speaking countries. Recent issues have covered topics from Alexander von Humboldt and postcolonial theory to Krupp housing estates in the Ruhr valley to the popularity of German gangsta rap. A peer-reviewed journal, GSR includes articles and book reviews on the history, literature, culture, and politics of the German-speaking areas of Europe encompassing primarily, but not exclusively, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.


Table of Contents


Germanness beyond Germany: Collective Identity in German Diaspora Communities
pp. 1–15
Alexander Maxwell, Sacha E. Davis

Hungaro-German Dual Nationality: Germans, Slavs, and Magyars during the 1848 Revolution
pp. 17–39
Alexander Maxwell

Constructing the Volksgemeinschaft: Saxon Particularism and the Myth of the German East, 1919–1933
pp. 41–64
Sacha E. Davis

Far away at Home in Qingdao (1897–1914)
pp. 65–79
Sabina Groeneveld

Saxon? German? American?: Negotiating Germanness and Belonging in the United States, 1935–1939
pp. 81–98
Christian Wilbers

Changing Definitions of Germanness across Three Generations of Yekkes in Palestine/Israel
pp. 99–120
Dani Kranz

Law, Modernity, Crisis: German Free Lawyers, American Legal Realists, and the Transatlantic Turn to “Life,” 1903–1933
pp. 121–140
Katharina Isabel Schmidt

Review Essay

Public History in Germany: Challenges and Opportunities
pp. 141–153
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Luthers Erbe. Eine Kritik des deutschen Protestantismus by Wolfgang Wippermann (review)
pp. 155–157
Robert E. Alvis

Die Verzauberung der Welt. Eine Kulturgeschichte des Christentums by By Jörg Lauster (review)
pp. 157-159
Michael Borgolte

Die Grazie tanzt. Schreibweisen Christoph Martin Wielands ed. by Miriam Seidler (review)
pp. 159–161
Andrea Speltz

Literarische Ökonomik ed. by Iuditha Balint and Sebastian Zilles (review)
pp. 161–163
Peter C. Pfeiffer

Goethe’s Ghosts: Reading and the Persistence of Literature ed. by Simon Richter and Richard Block (review)
pp. 163–165
Elizabeth Powers

Bennewitz, Goethe, Faust: German and Intercultural Stagings by David G. John (review)
pp. 165–168
Chunjie Zhang

Verpflanzungsgebiete. Wissenskulturen und Poetik der Transplantation by Irmela Marei Krüger-Fürhoff (review)
pp. 168–171
Martin Wagner

Age of Entanglement: German and Indian Intellectuals across Empire by Kris Manjapra (review)
pp. 171–173
Perry Myers

Berlin Coquette: Prostitution and the New German Woman, 1890–1933 by Jill Suzanne Smith (review)
pp. 173–175
Esther K. Bauer

Shepherds of the Empire: Germany’s Conservative Protestant Leadership, 1888–1919 by Mark R. Correll (review)
pp. 175–177
Andreas Holzbauer

Wilhelm II: Into the Abyss of War and Exile 1900–1941 by John C.G. Röhl (review)
pp. 177–179
Roger Chickering

Narratives of Identity in Alban Berg’s Lulu by Silvio J. dos Santos (review)
pp. 179–181
Nicholas Stevens

Antisemitism in the German Military Community and the Jewish Response, 1914–1938 by Brian E. Crim (review)
pp. 182–184
Thomas R. Grischany

Ernst Toller and German Society: Intellectuals as Leaders and Critics, 1914–1939 by Robert Ellis (review)
pp. 184–186
Lisa Marie Anderson

Kriegswirtschaft und Arbeitseinsatz bei der Auto Union AG Chemnitz im Zweiten Weltkrieg by Martin Kukowski and Rudolph Boch (review)
pp. 186–188
Tim Schanetzky

“Und trotzdem war’s ’ne schöne Zeit.” Kinderalltag im Nationalsozialismus by Heidi Rosenbaum (review)
pp. 188–190
Erika Quinn

Hitler and Abductive Logic: The Strategy of a Tyrant by Ben Novak (review)
pp. 190–192
Shelley Baranowski

A World without Jews: The Nazi Imagination from Persecution to Genocide by Alon Confino (review)
pp. 192–194
Juergen Manemann

The Holocaust in the East: Local Perpetrators and Soviet Responses ed. by Michael David-Fox, Peter Holquist, and Alexander M. Martin (review)
pp. 194–196
Thomas Kühne

“Die vergangene Zeit bleibt die erlittene Zeit.” Untersuchungen zum Werk von Hans Keilson ed. by Simone Schröder, Ulrike Weymann, and Andreas Martin Widmann (review)
pp. 196–199
Johannes F. Evelein

Modellfall für Deutschland? Die Österreichlösung mit Staatsvertrag und Neutralität 1945–1955 by Michael Gehler (review)
pp. 199–201
Ursula Beitter

Suppressed Terror: History and Perception of Soviet Special Camps in Germany by Bettina Greiner (review)
pp. 201–203
Laura Honsberger

Last Features: East German Cinema’s Lost Generation by Reinhild Steingröver (review)
pp. 203–205
Seth Howes

Vormacht wider Willen. Deutsche Außenpolitik von der Wiedervereinigung bis zur Gegenwart by Stephan Bierling (review)
pp. 205–207
Randall E. Newnham

Staat und Raum by Bernhard Kempen (review)
pp. 207–209
Jeffrey K. Wilson

Digitale Integration von Migranten? Ethnographische Fallstudien zur digitalen Spaltung in Deutschland by Oliver Hinkelbein (review)
pp. 209–211
Paul A. Youngman

Event: A Philosophical Journey through a Concept by Slavoj Žižek, and: Ereignisse in aller Kürze. Narratologische Untersuchungen zur Ereignishaftigkeit in Kürzestprosa von Thomas Bernhard, Ror Wolf und Helmut Heißenbüttel by Carola Gruber (review)
pp. 211–214
Andrew B.B. Hamilton

Detectives, Dystopias, and Poplit: Studies in Modern German Genre Fiction ed. by Bruce B. Campbell, Alison Guenther-Pal, and Vibeke Rützou Petersen (review)
pp. 214–217
Sascha Andreas Gerhards

Housebound: Selfhood and Domestic Space in Contemporary German Fiction by Monika Shafi (review)
pp. 217–219
Anke Biendarra

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