This collection brings together international scholars pursuing cutting-edge research on spatial identities under National Socialism. They demonstrate that the spatial identities of the Third Reich can be approached as a history of interrelated dimensions; Heimat, region and Empire were constantly reconstructed through this interrelationship.
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WINSON CHU Assistant Professor of Modern Central European History at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA GEOFF ELEY Karl Pohrt Distinguished University Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Michigan, USA CATHERINE EPSTEIN Associate Professor of History at Amherst College, USA DANIEL MÜHLENFELD completed his thesis on the Reich Ministry for People's Enlightenment and Propaganda at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany DETLEF SCHMIECHEN-ACKERMANN Apl. Professor of Modern History at Leibniz University Hanover, Germany WILLEKE SANDLER Ph.D. Candidate in History at Duke University, Durham, USA MARTINA STEBER Research Fellow at the German Historical Institute London, UK ALEXA STILLER Assistant at the Department of Modern History and Contemporary History, University of Berne, Switzerland ANDREAS STRIPPEL Historian, Publicist and Associate Lecturer at the University of Hamburg, Germany OLIVER WERNER Research Associate at the Historical Institute of the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany THOMAS WILLIAMS Wiener-Anspach Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Brussels (ULB), Belgium GERHARD WOLF DAAD-lecturer for Modern German History at the University of Sussex, UKReview:
"A valuable, densely packed and diverse volume that addresses the role of spatial factors in attempts at making concrete visions of the nation." - Michael Carter-Sinclair, King's College London, UK
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