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German history from the margins / edited by Neil Gregor, Nils Roemer, and Mark Roseman.

Other author/creatorGregor, Neil, 1969-
Other author/creatorRoemer, Nils H.
Other author/creatorRoseman, Mark.
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoBloomington : Indiana University Press, ©2006.
Descriptionvi, 306 pages ; 25 cm
Supplemental Content Table of contents
Subject(s)
Contents Germans of the Jewish Stamm: visions of community between nationalism and particularism, 1850 to 1933 / Till van Rahden -- Identity and essentialism: race, racism, and the Jews at the fin de siècle / Yfaat Weiss -- Prussia at the margins, or the world that nationalism lost / Helmut Walser Smith -- Völkisch-nationalism and universalism on the margins of the Reich: a comparison of majority and minority liberalism in Germany, 1898-1933 / Eric Kurlander -- "Volksgemeinschaften unter sich": German minorities and regionalism in Poland, 1918-39 / Winson Chu -- A margin at the center: the conservatives in Lower Saxony between Kaiserreich and Federal Republic / Frank Bösch -- "Black-red-gold enemies": Catholics, Socialists, and Jews in elementary schoolbooks from Kaiserreich to Third Reich / Katharine Kennedy -- "Productivist" and "consumerist" narratives of Jews in German history / Gideon Reuveni -- How "Jewish" is German sexuality? Sex and antisemitism in the Third Reich / Dagmar Herzog -- Defeated Germans and surviving Jews: gendered encounters in everyday life in U.S.-occupied Germany, 1945-49 / Atina Grossmann -- Afro-German children and the social politics of race after 1945 / Heide Fehrenbach -- The difficult task of managing migration: the 1973 recruitment stop / Karen Schönwälder -- How and where is German history centered? / Geoff Eley.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN 2005029147
ISBN0253347432 (cloth : alk. paper)
ISBN9780253347435

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