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Weimar Publics/Weimar Subjects: Rethinking the Political Culture of Germany in the 1920s (Spektrum: Publications of the German Studies Association) epub

by Kathleen Canning,Kerstin Barndt,Kristin McGuire


Weimar Publics/Weimar Subjects: Rethinking the Political Culture of Germany in the 1920s (Spektrum: Publications of the German Studies Association) epub

ISBN: 1845456890

ISBN13: 978-1845456894

Author: Kathleen Canning,Kerstin Barndt,Kristin McGuire

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (August 1, 2010)

Pages: 420 pages

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Until recently the Weimar Republic's place in German history was primarily defined by its catastrophic beginning and end - Germany's defeat in 1918 and the Nazi seizure of power in 1933; its history seen mainly in terms of politics and as an arena of flawed decisions and failed compromises.

Series: Spektrum: Publications of the German Studies Association. The place of the Weimar Republic in Germany’s twentieth century has been defined by its catastrophic beginnings and end-Germany’s defeat in 1918 and the Nazi seizure of power in 1933. Weimar’s history has, until recently, been preoccupied with politics as an arena of flawed decisions and failed compromises.

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Start reading Weimar Publics/Weimar Subjects on your Kindle in under a minute. Kathleen Canning is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of History, Women's Studies, and German at the University of Michigan. Her current book project Exhibition Time.

Kathleen Canning, Kerstin Barndt, Kristin McGuire. In spite of having been short-lived, Weimar has never lost its fascination. Until recently the Weimar Republic’s place in German history was primarily defined by its catastrophic beginning and end - Germany’s defeat in 1918 and the Nazi seizure of power in 1933; its history seen mainly in terms of politics and as an arena of flawed decisions and failed compromises.

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Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2010. Weimar Culture Revisited. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

Until recently the Weimar Republic's place in German history was primarily defined by its catastrophic beginning and end .

Until recently the Weimar Republic's place in German history was primarily defined by its catastrophic beginning and end - Germany's defeat in 1918 and the Nazi seizure of power in 1933; its history seen mainly in terms of politics and as an arena of flawed decisions and failed compromises. Dr. Kathleen Canning joined the faculty of Rice University January 1, 2018, as the Dean of the School of Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Department of History.

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Spektrum: Publications of the German Studies Association.

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Female Readers in Weimar Germany Kerstin Barndt. Chapter 5. Claiming Citizenship: Suffrage and Subjectivity in Germany after the First World War Kathleen Canning. Chapter 6. Feminist Politics beyond the Reichstag: A Radical Vision of Reform in the Weimar Republic Kristin McGuire. Chapter 7. Producing Jews: Maternity, Eugenics, and the Embodiment of the Jewish Subject Sharon Gillerman. Part III: symbols, rituals and discourses of democracy. Chapter 8. Reforming the Reich: Democratic Symbols and Rituals in the Weimar Republic Manuela Achilles. In spite of having been short-lived, "Weimar" has never lost its fascination

Kathleen Canning, Kerstin Barndt, Kristin McGuire. In spite of having been short-lived, "Weimar" has never lost its fascination. Until recently the Weimar Republic's place in German history was primarily defined by its catastrophic beginning and end - Germany's defeat in 1918 and the Nazi seizure of power in 1933; its history seen mainly in terms of politics and as an arena of flawed decisions and failed compromises.

In spite of having been short-lived, “Weimar” has never lost its fascination. Until recently the Weimar Republic’s place in German history was primarily defined by its catastrophic beginning and end - Germany’s defeat in 1918 and the Nazi seizure of power in 1933; its history seen mainly in terms of politics and as an arena of flawed decisions and failed compromises. However, a flourishing of interdisciplinary scholarship on Weimar political culture is uncovering arenas of conflict and change that had not been studied closely before, such as gender, body politics, masculinity, citizenship, empire and borderlands, visual culture, popular culture and consumption. This collection offers new perspectives from leading scholars in the disciplines of history, art history, film studies, and German studies on the vibrant political culture of Germany in the 1920s. From the traumatic ruptures of defeat, revolution, and collapse of the Kaiser’s state, the visionaries of Weimar went on to invent a republic, calling forth new citizens and cultural innovations that shaped the republic far beyond the realms of parliaments and political parties.