GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume XXVI, Number 1 (February 2003)

Eine Berliner Pflanze: An Unusual Kristallnacht Story

1

HENRY FRIEDLANDER


Functionalists versus Intentionalists: The Debate Twenty Years On or Whatever Happened to Functionalism and Intentionalism?

15

RICHARD BESSEL


Who Belongs? Disability and the German Nation in Postwar Literature and Film

21

CAROL POORE


The Rise of Nazism: A Case Study and Review of Interpretations—Kiel, 1928-1933

43

RICHARD F. HAMILTON


In the Realm of Ambivalence: Alexander von Humboldt’s Discourse on Cuba (Relation historique du Voyage aux Régions équinoxiales du Nouveau Continent)

63

OLIVER LUBRICH


die welt dye ist gar seczsam czu erkennen.” Von der Unlesbarkeit der Welt in der Dichtung des späten Mittelalters

81

KATHARINA PHILIPOWSKI


Aimée und Jaguar and the Banality of Evil

105

MURIEL CORMICAN


Wernher von Braun and Concentration Camp Labor: An Exchange

121

ERNST STUHLINGER AND MICHAEL J. NEUFELD


GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume XXVI, Number 2 (May 2003)

The Origins of the German Volk: Cultural Purity and National Identity in Nineteenth-Century Germany

241

BRIAN VICK


Kafka’s Ein Traum and the “Ende” Chapter of Der Proceß

257

JENS KRUSE


Progress through Racial Extermination: Social Darwinism, Eugenics, and Pacifism in Germany, 1860-1918

273

RICHARD WEIKART


The Downfall of a Hero: Siegfried’s Self-Destruction and the End of Heroism in the Nibelungenlied

295

ALBRECHT CLASSEN


“Ich wollte ewig einen richtigen Film machen! Und als es soweit war, konnte ich’s nicht!” The End Phase of the GDR in Films by DEFA Nachwuchsregisseure

315

LAURA GREEN MCGEE


The Urning and His Own: Individualism and the Fin-de-Siècle Invert

333

YVONNE IVORY


Adolf Schlatter and the Jews

353

JAMES E. MCNUTT


GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume XXVI, Number 3 (October 2003)

This issue is dedicated to Gordon A. Craig on his 90th birthday. His passion for German history, literature, and culture has informed his work as a teacher and a scholar, and perfectly embodies the core idea of German Studies.

Fallada for Historians

477

HENRY ASHBY TURNER, JR.


Fridericus Films in Weimar Society: Potsdamismus in a Democracy

493

KATHERINE ROPER


Red Herrings and Blue Smocks: Ecological Destruction, Commercialism, and Anti-Semitism in Annette von Droste-Hülshoff’s Die Judenbuche * * * Winner of the DAAD Article Prize * * *

515

RICHARD T. GRAY


From the Beer Halls to the Halls of Power: The Cult of Bismarck and the Legitimization of a New German Right, 1898-1945

543

RICHARD FRANKEL


Hitler’s Table Talk: Troubling Finds

561

RICHARD C. CARRIER


Konrad Adenauer’s April 1953 Visit to the United States and the Limits of the German-American Relationship in the Early 1950s

577

THOMAS W. MAULUCCI, JR.


Kurt Lüdecke: The Man Who Knew Hitler

597

ARTHUR L. SMITH, JR.


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