Between Victim and Perpetrator Imaginary: The Implicated Subject in Works by Rachel Seiffert and Cate Shortland / by Susanne Baackmann

Between Victim and Perpetrator Imaginary: The Implicated Subject in Works by Rachel Seiffert and Cate Shortland TRANSIT vol. 10, no. 2 Susanne Baackmann Download PDF Abstract The future of Germany’s murderous past is now being reconsidered by a new generation … Continue reading

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

Goodbye, Germany / by Werner Sollors

Goodbye, Germany Werner Sollors Download PDF Abstract: In recent years the question whether Germany was or was not a country of immigration became the bone of party contention, as the governing Gerhard Schöder/Joschka Fischer coalition of Social Democrats and Greens … Continue reading