TRANSIT, Volume 10, Issue 2, 2016

Jon Cho-Polizzi, Managing Editor


Keep Moving! Strategien der Wegmobilisierung als Teil des italienischen Migrationsmanagements
Federica Benigni and Marika Pierdicca

Greek Dispossession Staged, or When Street Politics Meets the Theater
Olivia Landry

The Currency of Europe? Representing Unified Europe as Film in the Age of the Euro
Sasha Rossman

Visualizing the Railway Space in Fontane’s Effi Briest
Paul Youngman, Gabrielle Tremo, Lenny Enkhbold, and Lizzy Stanton

Of Women and Polyglots: Yoko Tawada’s “Where Europe Begins” and Rosi Braidotti’s Transnational Feminist Nomadology
Pascale LaFountain


Die Ungehaltenen
By Deniz Utlu
Translated by Katy Derbyshire

Wenn ich einst tot
By José F.A. Oliver
Translated by Jon Cho-Polizzi

The Future of the Past
Guest Editors: Susanne Baackmann and Nancy P. Nenno


For Professor Anton Kaes

Nina Berman

Susanne Baackmann and Nancy P. Nenno

Postmemory and the Archive

I Am Not You: On the Need for Distance
June J. Hwang, University of Rochester

Between Victim and Perpetrator Imaginary: The Implicated Subject in Works by Rachel Seiffert and Cate Shortland
Susanne Baackmann, University of New Mexico

Generation Mini-Series: Contemporary German Historical Event-Television and the Implications of its Interactive Elements
Sara F. Hall, University of Illinois at Chicago


Dada Futures: Inflation, Speculation, and Uncertainty in Der Dada No. 1
Kurt Beals, Washington University in St. Louis

When Texts Travel: Edward Dmytryk’s The Blue Angel (1959) Remake
Barbara Kosta, University of Arizona

Attack of the Cyberzombies: Media, Reconstruction, and the Future of Germany’s Architectural Past
Rob McFarland, Brigham Young University

Traveling Culture

Reading the “Schwarz” in the “Schwarz-Rot-Gold”: Black German Studies in the 21st Century
Nancy P. Nenno, College of Charleston

The Future of the Distant Past: On Teaching the Pre-modern History of Africans in Europe
Kristin Kopp, University of Missouri

Ernst Lubitsch & the Transnational Twenties: The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg (USA 1927)
Rick McCormick, University of Minnesota

From Colonial to Neoliberal Times: German Agents of Tourism Development and Business in Diani, Kenya
Nina Berman, Ohio State University