Migration and Its Discontents: Israelis in Berlin and Homeland Politics / by Yael Almog

Migration and Its Discontents: Israelis in Berlin and Homeland Politics Yael Almog Download PDF Abstract The essay discusses some ethnic and racial presumptions which subtend discussions of the recent Israeli migration to Germany, specifically the description of the Israeli presence … Continue reading

Contemporary Remediations of Race and Ethnicity in German Visual Cultures / by Angelica Fenner and Uli Linke

Contemporary Remediations of Race and Ethnicity in German Visual Cultures TRANSIT vol. 9, no. 2, Special Issue Angelica Fenner and Uli Linke, Guest Editors Download PDF Acknowledgements The impetus for this Special Issue of Transit emerged out of the 6th Toronto … Continue reading

The New Diversity and the New Public: Impressions of dOCUMENTA (13) / by Barbara Wolbert

The New Diversity and the New Public: Impressions of dOCUMENTA (13) Barbara Wolbert Download PDF Abstract Long before dOCUMENTA (13) opened in 2012, designated documenta director Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev pledged that “her” documenta would stay clear of what she called the … Continue reading

A Path through the Woods: Remediating Affective Landscapes in Documentary Asylum Worlds / by Bettina Stoetzer

A Path through the Woods: Remediating Affective Landscapes in Documentary Asylum Worlds Bettina Stoetzer Download PDF Abstract In his book Landscape and Memory, Simon Schama argues that an engagement with the legacies of German nationalism requires a track through the … Continue reading

Ming Wong’s Imitations / by Barbara Mennel

Ming Wong’s Imitations Barbara Mennel Download PDF Abstract The article “Ming Wong’s Imitations” analyzes the installation Life of Imitation, created by visual artist Ming Wong for the Singapore Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale in 2009. Life of Imitation restages … Continue reading

Remediating Fassbinder in Video Installations by Ming Wong and Branwen Okpako / by Katrin Sieg

Remediating Fassbinder in Video Installations by Ming Wong and Branwen Okpako Katrin Sieg Download PDF Abstract Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s tackling of race, immigration, and interracial relationships in his early plays and films is often applauded for offering a prescient treatment … Continue reading

Hardboiled Performance and Affective Intimacy: Remediations of Racism in the Cenk Batu Tatorte / by Claudia Breger

Hardboiled Performance and Affective Intimacy: Remediations of Racism in the Cenk Batu Tatorte Claudia Breger Download PDF Abstract Although not around to stay, the first Turkish German detective to be featured in the Germany’s most popular television crime series, Tatort … Continue reading

The Wehrmacht: History, Myth, Reality, by Wolfram Wette / Reviewed by Steve Choe

The Wehrmacht: History, Myth, Reality, by Wolfram Wette Reviewed by Steve Choe Download PDF Wolfram Wette. The Wehrmacht: History, Myth, Reality. Trans. Deborah Lucas Schneider. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2006. Pp. 372. Paper, $17.95. Wolfram Wette’s The Wehrmacht: History, Myth, … Continue reading