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Title German colonialism and national identity / edited by Michael Perraudin and Jürgen Zimmerer ; with Katy Heady
Imprint New York : Routledge, 2011
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Modern History Library  325.343 G373    AVAILABLE    30550100478484
Descript x, 340 p. : ill ; 24 cm
Series Routledge studies in modern European history ; 14
Routledge studies in modern European history ; 14
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction: German colonialism and national identity / Michael Perraudin and Jürgen Zimmerer -- Part I. Colonialism from before the empire. Imperialism, race, and genocide at the Paulskirche : origins, meanings, trajectories / Brian Vick -- Time, identity, and colonialism in German travel writing on Africa, 1848-1914 / Tracey Reimann-Dawe -- Gray zones : on the inclusion of "Poland" in the study of German colonialism / Kristin Kopp -- Part II. Colonialism and popular utterance in the imperial phase. The war that scarcely was : the Berliner Morgenpost and the Boxer Uprising / Yixu Lü -- Boy's and girl's own empires : gender and the uses of the colonial world in Kaiserreich youth magazines / Jeffrey Bowersox -- Picturing genocide in German consumer culture, 1904-10 / David Ciarlo -- The visual representation of Blackness during German imperialism around 1900 / Volker Langbehn -- Colonialism and the simplification of language : Germany's kolonial-Deutsch experiment / Kenneth J. Orosz -- Part III. Colonialism and the end of empire. Fraternity, frenzy, and genocide in German war literature, 1906-36 / Jörg Lehmann -- Colonial heroes : German colonial identities in wartime, 1914-18 / Michael Pesek -- Crossing boundaries : German women in Africa, 1919-33 / Britta Schilling -- Abuses of German colonial history : the character of Carl Peters as weapon for völkisch and National Socialist discourses : Anglophobia, anti-Semitism and Aryanism / Constant Kpao Sarè -- "Loyal Askari" and "Black rapist" : two images in the German discourse on national identity and their impact on the lives of Black people in Germany, 1918-45 / Susann Lewerenz -- Part IV. German colonialism in the era of decolonization. (Post-)colonial amnesia? German debates on colonialism and decolonization in the post-war era / Monika Albrecht -- Denkmalsturz : the German student movement and German colonialism / Ingo Cornils -- Vergangenheitsbewältigung à la française : post-colonial memories of the Herero genocide and 17 October 1961 / Kathryn Jones -- The persistence of fantasies : colonialism as melodrama on German television / Wolfgang Struck -- Part V. Local histories, memories, legacies. Communal memory events and the heritage of the victims : the persistence of the theme of genocide in Namibia / Reinhart Kössler -- The genocide in "German South-West Africa" and the politics of commemoration : how (not) to come to terms with the past / Henning Melber -- The struggle for genocidal exclusivity : the perception of the murder of the Namibian Herero (1904-8) in the age of a new international morality / Dominik J. Schaller -- Narratives of a "model colony" : German Togoland in written and oral histories / Dennis Laumann -- Suspended between worlds? The discipline of Germanistik in sub-Saharan Africa / Arndt Witte
Subject National characteristics, German -- History
Nationalism -- Germany -- History
Imperialism -- Social aspects -- Germany -- History
Popular culture -- Germany -- History
Political culture -- Germany -- History
Germany -- Colonies -- History
Germany -- Foreign relations -- 1789-1900
Germany -- Foreign relations -- 20th century
Germany -- Social conditions
Alt Author Perraudin, Michael
Zimmerer, Jürgen
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