5 edition of Gender and Germanness found in the catalog.
September 1997 by Berghahn Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Patricia Herminghouse (Editor), Magda Mueller (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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Developments in the wake of German unification demand a Pages: At the same time, feminist studies have insisted upon the entanglement of gender with issues Developments in the wake of German unification demand a reassessment of the nexus of gender, Germanness and nationhood.
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This book explores the relationship Gender and Germanness book gender roles, domesticity, and German national Gender and Germanness book between – After German unification, approaches to household management that had originally emerged among the bourgeoisie became central to German national identity by Nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Germany produced a wealth of writing on gender difference.
Much of this is still relevant today. This book examines how progressive women's fiction, conduct books, and feminist texts negotiated and challenged scientific, philosophical, and religious definitions of woman.
It looks at how class affected debates and at the role of fiction in reproducing and. Introduction: “Gender, Germanness, and the Spatial Turn” German Women Writers and the Spatial Turn: New Perspectives connects spatial studies, German studies, and women’s writing, and emphasizes a return to the written word as an original site of cultural interrogation.
The idea to bring together the following essays emerged from a Gender and Germanness: cultural productions of nation Mueller, Magda ; Herminghouse, Patricia The contributors to this volume pursue the standards of the cultural debate in German history, literature, visual arts, and language over a period of years in sections devoted to History and the Canon, Visual Culture, Language and Power.
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View: By Date | Alphabetical Gender and Germanness Cultural Productions of Nation By focusing on styles, bodies and identities that did not conform to societal norms of binary gender or heterosexuality, this book contributes to our understanding of gendered lives and experiences at this pivotal juncture in.
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This social and cultural history of girls in the German youth movements in the pre-Nazi era brings fascinating new light to bear on the history of the German youth movements. It contributes to our wider understanding of girlhood in the period, and.
Silja Maehl. Foreign Water: Yoko Tawada’s Poetics of Porosity in “Where Europe Begins” The short stories of Tawada’s collection Wo Europa anfängt [Where Europe Begins] discussed by Silja Maehl well capture the themes of mobility, border crossings, nature, city-spaces, and language as presented in our introduction “Gender, Germanness, and the Spatial Turn.”.
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Read Denman's chapter (pp. ) for the seminar. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Patricia Herminghouse, Magda Mueller Date Publisher Berghahn Books Pub place Providence, RI Volume Modern German studies ISBN2syll.
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Touching Distance: Gender, Germanness, and the Gaze in Angelina Maccarone’s Fremde Haut () Jeremiah, E.,In: German Life and Letters. 64, 4, p. *Prices in US$ apply to orders placed in the Americas only. Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated).
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This book explores the relationship among gender roles, domesticity, and German national identity between and Black Germanness. German studies scholar Angelica Fenner relates in her discussion of Robert Stemmle’s Toxi the West German discourses around race and integration of Black Germans to critical discussions of emerging economic and political anxieties, as well as a re-articulation of gender roles and racial identities within the German nation state.
Integrating Jewish history, German history, gender history, and social history, this book highlights the experimental and contingent nature of efforts by Weimar Jews to reassert a new Jewish particularism while simultaneously reinforcing their commitment to Germanness.
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