Switzerland, a Country of Paradoxes: An Interview about Swiss Identity, Politics and Culture with Hugo Loetscher, Roger de Weck and Iso Camartin / by Jeroen Dewulf, Kezhen Feng, Susan Hunsicker, and Andrew Tweed

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Points of Entanglement: The Overdetermination of German Space and Identity in Lola + Bilidikid and Walk on Water / by Nicholas Baer

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Selections from Koppstoff / by Feridun Zaimoğlu / Translated by Kristin Dickinson, Robin Ellis, and Priscilla D. Layne

Selections from Koppstoff Feridun Zaimoğlu Translated by Kristin Dickinson, Robin Ellis, and Priscilla D. Layne Download PDF Abstract: Selections from Feridun Zaimoglu’s book Koppstoff, translated from the German by Kristin Dickinson, Robin Ellis, and Priscilla D. Layne. Sistem versus Soopcoolture … Continue reading

Translating Communities: Rethinking the Collective in Feridun Zaimoğlu's Koppstoff / by Kristin Dickinson, Robin Ellis, and Priscilla D. Layne

Translating Communities: Rethinking the Collective in Feridun Zaimoğlu’s Koppstoff Kristin Dickinson, Robin Ellis, and Priscilla D. Layne Download PDF Abstract: Feridun Zaimoğlu’s second major book, Koppstoff: Kanaka Sprak vom Rande der Gesellschaft (1998), resists common conceptions of belonging and challenges … Continue reading

Deleuze, Feminism, and the New European Union: An Interview with Rosi Braidotti / by Pascale LaFountain

Deleuze, Feminism, and the New European Union: An Interview with Rosi Braidotti Pascale LaFountain Download PDF Abstract: Rosi Braidotti is at the vanguard of politically active theorists. Her engagement is marked by her intellectual prowess in feminism of the European … Continue reading

Utenzi, War Poems, and the German Conquest of East Africa: Swahili Poetry as Historical Source, by José Arturo Saavedra Casco / Reviewed by Bryan Aja

Utenzi, War Poems, and the German Conquest of East Africa: Swahili Poetry as Historical Source, by José Arturo Saavedra Casco Reviewed by Bryan Aja Download PDF José Arturo Saavedra Casco. Utenzi, War Poems, and the German Conquest of East Africa: … 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

Mapping Channels between Ganges and Rhein: German-Indian Cross-Cultural Relations, Jörg Esleben, Christina Kraenzle and Sukanya Kulkarni, eds. / Reviewed by Ashwin Manthripragada

Mapping Channels between Ganges and Rhein: German-Indian Cross-Cultural Relations, Jörg Esleben, Christina Kraenzle and Sukanya Kulkarni, eds. Reviewed by Ashwin Manthripragada Download PDF Jörg Esleben, Christina Kraenzle and Sukanya Kulkarni, eds. Mapping Channels between Ganges and Rhein: German-Indian Cross-Cultural Relations. … Continue reading