VOLUME XXX, NUMBER 1 (February 2007)

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Master Narratives beyond Postmodernity:
Germany’s “Separate Path” in Historiographical-Philosophical Light

1

William W. Hagen


Between Contemplation and Distraction:
Configurations of Attention in Walter Benjamin

33

Carolin Duttlinger


Three Decades of Protest in Berlin Land-Use Planning, 1975–2005

55

Carol Hager


Goethes Volksbegriff und Habermas’ Begriff der ‚Lebenswelt’:
Die Kultur der norditalienischen Städte in der Italienischen Reise

75

Norbert Puszkar


Narrating Empire: Die Gartenlaube and Germany’s Nineteenth-Century Liberal Expansionism

97

Matthew Fitzpatrick


Goodbye Wenders: Lola Rennt as German Film Manifesto

121

Muriel Cormican


Scales of Justice:
The Vetting of Former East German Police and Teachers in Saxony, 1990–1993

141

Katy A. Crossley-Frolick

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VOLUME XXX, NUMBER 2 (May 2007)

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Beyond the National: Sarah Khan and the Globalization of German Literature

243

David N. Coury


Deutsche und Tschechen: Vertreibung und Versöhnung

259

Peter Becher


Green Nazis? Reassessing the Environmental History of Nazi Germany

267

Frank Uekötter


Weimar Film as Fashion Show:
Konfektionskomödien or Fashion Farces from Lubitsch to the End of the Silent Era
* * * Winner of the DAAD Article Prize * * *

288

Mila Ganeva


Anna Seghers’ “The Man and His Name”:
Heimat and the Labor of Interpellation in Postwar East Germany

311

Hunter Bivens


Romantic Imagery in Tykwer’s Lola rennt

331

Grant P. McAllister


Trauer, Melancholie und deutsche Nachkriegsbefindlichkeit:
Heinrich Bölls „Es wird etwas geschehen“ neu gelesen

349

Hans J. Rindisbacher


Reordering German Identity: Memory Sites and Foreign Policy

371

Mary N. Hampton and Douglas C. Peifer

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VOLUME XXX, NUMBER 3 (October 2007)

This issue is dedicated to Gerhard H. Weiss on his 80th birthday in recognition of his pioneering contributions to the field of German Studies and invaluable service to the German Studies Association.

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German-Turkish Transnational Space: A Separate Space of Their Own

483

Ayhan Kaya


Fontanes travestierte „Pucelle”: Irrungen, Wirrungen?

503

Sylvain Guarda


Ethnic Drag in the Films of Doris Dörrie

517

Heather Merle Benbow


Nietzsche’s Attempted Escape from Schopenhauer’s South Asian Sources in The Birth of Tragedy

537

Robert Bruce Cowan


Fantasies of African Conversion:
The Construction of Missionary Colonial Desire in the Dramas of a Catholic Nun, Maria Theresa Ledóchowska (1863–1922)

557

Cindy Brewer


“The Holy Desire to Serve the Poor and Tortured Fatherland”:
German Women Motor Pilots of the Inter-War Era and Their Political Mission

579

Evelyn Zegenhagen


Wunden/Wunder:
On the Romantic Function of Blood and Wounds in the Later Brentano

597

Sean Ireton


The Rhetoric of Passivity and the Challenge of Modernity in Schiller’s Die Braut von Messina

611

Jennifer Driscoll Colosimo


The Anglo-American Krimi as German Kulturgeschichte

633

Theodore Ziolkowski

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