GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume XIII, Number 1 (February 1990)

Jahrhundertwende, fin de Siècle, Wilhelminian Era: Re-examining German Literacy Culture, 1871-1918

9

PAUL LEVESQUE


The Politics of Utopia: The Genesis of Oscar Maria Graf's Die Erben des Untergangs

27

ROBERT C. DAVIS


Rainer Maria Rilke und Max Delbrück: Die 8. Duisiner Elegie im Licht der Komplementarität

43

ULRICH WESCHE and NORBERT E. VOELKEL


The Austrian Foreign Service and the Anschluss in 1938

55

OLIVER R. RATHKOLB


West German Foreign Economic Policy during the Reagan Administration

85

JAMES C. SPERLING


Germany as the Other: Towards an American Agenda for German Studies. A Colloquium

111

FRANK TROMMLER, MICHAEL GEYER, and JEFFREY M. PECK


GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume XIII, Number 2 (May 1990)

A Dramatization of Social Discontent from Reformation Tyrol

211

STEPHEN L. WAILES


Catholic Church and Industrial Worker; Rejection or Ejection: Augsburg 1880-1900

225

NORBERT J. MAYR


Stifter's Brigitta: The Eye to the Soul

243

RICHARD G. ROGAN


"Egon Erwin Kisch beehrt sich darzubieten: Paradies Amerika"

253

WARD B. LEWIS


The Context of the Holocaust

269

SYBIL MILTON


How "Modern" Were the Nazis? DAF Social Planning and the Modernization Question

285

RONALD SMELSER


GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume XIII, Number 3 (October 1990)

The Struggle for Stasis in Ödön von Horváth's Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald

391

KATHY BRZOVIC and CRAIG DECKER


Forms of Persuasion in Stephan Hermlin's Abendlicht

405

THOMAS C. FOX


Fractured Continuities: Pressures on Lyrical Tradition at Mid-Century

417

LEONARD OLSCHNER


The Professional, Social, and Economic Dimensions of Nazi Cultural Policy: The Case of the Reich Theater Chamber

441

ALAN E. STEINWEIS


Making History in Hans Fallada's Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben: Schleswig-Holstein, Nazism, and the Landvolkbewegung

461

ELLIS SHOOKMAN


Voters and Violence: Political Violence and the Limits of National Socialist Mass Mobilization

481

THOMAS CHILDERS and EUGENE WEISS


"Dieser fatale Hang der Geschichte zu Wiederholungen": Geschichtskonstruktionen in Christa Wolfs Kindheitsmuster

499

SABINE WILKE



GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: DAAD Special Issue 1990

Preface

5

WEDIGO DE VIVANCO


Introduction The Study of Germany in American Political Science: From the Dangers of Blandness to Those of Overexitement

7

MICHAEL G. HUELSHOFF and ANDREI S. MARKOVITS


From Social Market to Meso-Corporatism: The Politics of West German Economic Policy

13

CHRISTOPHER S. ALLEN


The End of the Crisis Design and the Decline of Political Expectations in the Post-Macroeconomic Period. Comments on Christopher Allen's Paper: "From Social Market to West German Economic Policy"

27

JEREMIAH M. RIEMER


Panel 1: Political Economy

37

Comparative Politics and German Studies

41

JUTTA A. HELM


Comparative Politics and Post-Modern Muddling Through: Achievements and Deficits in the Realm of German Studies

57

ANDREI S. MARKOVITS


Panel 2: Comparative Politics

67

Women in the Two Germanys

71

MARILYN RUESCHEMEYER and HANNA SCHISSLER


Beyond Ideological Stalemate: Women and Politics the FRG and the GDR in Comparison

87

CHRISTIANE LEMKE


Panel 3: Women's Studies on German Studies

95

Explaining Inter-German Cooperation in the 1980s

99

A. JAMES McADAMS


The Future of German-German Relations

115

BRIGITTE H. SCHULTZ


Panel 4: Inter-German Relations

121

Europe and the Federal Republic of Germany: 1992 and the Revitalization of Integration Theory

125

MICHAEL G. HUELSHOFF


Das Bleigewicht am Stehaufmann Europa: Systemic Power and West Germany's Role on EC-Europe

141

CARL F. LANKOWSKI


Panel 5: Regional Integration

149

Political Attitudes and Behavior in West Germany: Feats and Failures, Pitfalls and Promises of Survey Research

153

MANFRED KUECHLER

Germany Transformed: Public Opinion and German Studies

173

RUSSELL J. DALTON

Panel 6: Quantitative Analysis

183


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