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Gendering modern German history : rewriting historiography

Gendering modern German history : rewriting historiography / edited by Karen Hagemann and Jean H. Quataert.
New York : Berghahn Books, 2007.
viii, 301 p. ; 24 cm.
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Other contributors
Hagemann, Karen. Quataert, Jean H. (Jean Helen), 1945-
Includes bibliographical references (p. [251]-285) and indexes.
  • Gendering modern German history : comparing historiographies and academic cultures in Germany and the United States through the lens of gender / Karen Hagemann and Jean H. Quataert
  • The challenge of gender : national historiography, nationalism, and national identities / Angelika Schaser
  • Military, war, and the mainstreams : gendering modern German military history / Karen Hagemann
  • Blind spots : empire, colonies, and ethnic identities in modern German history / Birthe Kundrus
  • The personal is political : gender, politics, and political activism in modern German history / Belinda Davis
  • The order of terms : class, citizenship, and welfare state in German gender history / Kathleen Canning
  • A tributary and a mainstream : gender, public memory, and historiography of Nazi Germany / Claudia A. Koonz
  • Jews, women, and Germans : Jewish and German historiographies in a transatlantic perspective / Benjamin Maria Baader
  • Religion and gender in modern German history : a historiographical perspective / Ann Taylor Allen
  • Continuities and ruptures : sexuality in twentieth-century Germany : historiography and its discontents / Atina Grossmann
  • The elephant in the living room or why the history of twentieth-century Germany should be a family affair / Robert G. Moeller.
Kinsey subjects
Gender role identification. Self concept. Sex differences. Social conditions--Germany.
1845452070 (hardcover : alk. paper) 9781845452070 (hardcover : alk. paper)


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184.3 G46 2007
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