German modernities from Wilhelm to Weimar : a contest of futures /
"An examination of the many competing meanings of modernity in Germany in the years between 1880 and 1930 which embraces social, intellectual, political and imperial aspects of the nation's history"--
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London ; New York :
Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc,
Germany > History > 1871-1918.
Germany > History > 1918-1933.
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction / Geoff Eley, Jennifer Jenkins and Tracie Matysik
- Neither singular nor alternative : narratives of welfare and modernity in Germany, 1870-1945 / Young-Sun Hong (State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA)
- What was German modernity and when? / Geoff Eley (University of Michigan, USA)
- Alternative modernities : imperial Germany through the lens of Russia / Annemarie Sammartino (Oberlin College, USA)
- Elsewhere in central Europe : Jewish Literature in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy between "Habsburg Myth" and "central Europe effect" / Scott Spector (University of Michigan, USA)
- Communism and colonialism in the red and black Atlantic : toward a transnational narrative of German modernity / Andrew Zimmerman (George Washington University, USA)
- The racial economy of Weltpolitik : imperialist expansion, domestic reform, and war in Pan-German ideology, 1894-1918 / Dennis Sweeney (University of Alberta, Canada)
- The Wilhelmine reform milieu reconsidered : the Deutscher Werkbund, the Prussian Commerce Ministry and Germany's commercial ambitions / John Maciuika (Baruch College, City University of New York, USA)
- Prevention, welfare, and citizenship : the war on tuberculosis and infant mortality in Germany, 1900-1930 / Larry Frohman (State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA)
- Secularism, subjectivity and reform : shifting variables / Tracie Matysik (University of Texas at Austin, USA)
- War, citizenship and the rhetorics of sexual crisis : reflections on states of exception in Germany, 1914-1920 / Kathleen Canning (University of Michigan, USA)
- Anchoring the nation in the democratic form : Weimar symbolic politics beyond the failure paradigm / Manuela Achilles (University of Virginia, USA)
- The Werkbund exhibition : "the New Age" of 1932 / Jennifer L. Jenkins (University of Toronto, Canada)
- Women on the verge of a nervous breakthrough : emancipation, sexuality and female political subjectivity / Marti Lybeck (University of Wisconsin La Crosse, USA)
- National socialism and the limits of "modernity" / Mark Roseman (Indiana University, USA).