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(M)akes a clear contribution to questions surrounding periodization and categorization in the discipline by highlighting how perceived divides of age, gender, geography, and politics can be used to probe contemporary German identity. MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW Edited volumes dedicated to exploring a particular concept, rather than a particular theme, rarely succeed. This volume does, however. . . . (It) is to be recommended. None of the individual chapters disappoints, many are excellent, and the book as a whole is coherent and inspiring. JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES (Stuart Taberner)BR> Informative and a pleasure to read. . . . Camden House is known for publishing books with high standards of scholarship that are accessible to diverse readers, and this anthology does not disappoint. . . . This anthology will serve as a valuable, accessible resource for a wide range of scholars in German and Holocaust studies for many years to come. GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW An impressive volume of essays that address the question of generational differences in remembering discourses. . . . Using contemporary literature and film to examine the interplay between continuity and discontinuity, the volume offers both depth and breadth in its discussion of the cornerstones of contemporary German memory and identity. THIS YEAR'S WORK IN MODERN LANGUAGE STUDIES In turning to the discourse of "the generation" in German literature and media (this) volume addresses a topic that has been much discussed in recent years at conferences and symposia, and on which numerous studies have already been published. . . . That the contributors have nonetheless been successful in uncovering many new aspects of the generation theme is a great service of this volume. Also deserving of special praise are the great thematic breadth and versatility of the assembled approaches as well as the care with which each contribution's conception of "generation" is explicated. Overall, the essays . . . are consistently outstanding - informative, innovative, and readable. Seldom has this reviewer held such a tightly constructed and stimulating edited volume in her hands. MONATSHEFTEBR>Reseña del editor:
In the debates since 1945 on German history and culture, the concept of generations has become ever more prominent. Recent and ongoing shifts in how the various generations are seen -- and see themselves -- in relation to history and to each other have taContributors: Svea Bräunert, Laurel Cohen-Pfister, Friederike Eigler, Thomas C. Fox, Katharina Gerstenberger, Erin McGlothlin, Brad Prager, Ilka Rasch, Susanne Rinner, Caroline Schaumann, Maria Stehle, Reinhild Steingröver, Susanne Vees-Gulani.
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