Generation Mini-Series: Contemporary German Historical Event-Television and the Implications of its Interactive Elements / by Sara F. Hall

Generation Mini-Series: Contemporary German Historical Event-Television and the Implications of its Interactive Elements TRANSIT vol. 10, no. 2 Sara F. Hall Download PDF Abstract The controversial 2012 ZDF mini-series Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter/Generation War epitomizes German “historical event television,” a broadcasting … Continue reading

Thinking Sexuality Differently: Hartmann von Aue, Michel Foucault, and the Uses of the Past / by James A. Schultz

Thinking Sexuality Differently: Hartmann von Aue, Michel Foucault, and the Uses of the Past James A. Schultz Download PDF Abstract In the introduction to the second volume of his history of sexuality Foucault suggests that “the effort to think one’s own … Continue reading

The Archive, the Activist, and the Audience, or Black European Studies: A Comparative Interdisciplinary Study of Identities, Positionalities, and Differences / by Fatima El-Tayeb

The Archive, the Activist, and the Audience, or Black European Studies: A Comparative Interdisciplinary Study of Identities, Positionalities, and Differences Fatima El-Tayeb Download PDF Abstract: My aim in this brief article is the introduction of a new international and interdisciplinary … Continue reading