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GERM2600
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The Shock of the New: Culture and Power in Germany from the Second to the Third Reich, 2017/18, Semester 1, 2
Jane Wilkinson
j.i.wilkinson@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

General

Bessel, Richard, Germany After the First World War

Bullivant, Keith , Culture and society in the Weimar Republic

Burns, Rob (ed) German cultural studies : an introduction

Fulbrook, Mary, German history since 1800

Gay, Peter, Weimar Culture

Semester 1

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Marx

Marx, Karl/Engels, Friedrich: Manifest der kommunistischen Partei (Gutenberg version http://gutenberg.spiegel.de/marx/manifest/km_toc.htm )

Ahmad, A. (2000). The Communist Manifesto and 'World Literature' Social scientist. , 28 (7/8), 3-30.

Berman, Marshall, 'Introduction', in All that is solid melts into air : the experience of modernity (London: Verso, 1983)

Boyer, George R. The Historical Background of the Communist Manifesto. The journal of economic perspectives. Vol. 12, No. 4 (Autumn, 1998), pp. 151-174

Carver, Terrell. The Cambridge Companion to Marx . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.

Cowling, Mark, The Communist manifesto : new interpretations

Harding, Neil (1998) 'Marx, Engels and the Manifesto: Working class, party,and proletariat', Journal of political ideologies. , 3:1, 13-44

Hersh, Jacques and Ellen Brun (2000). 'Globalisation and the Communist Manifesto'. Economic and political weekly. 35: 3, 105-108

Kemple, Thomas M. (2000) 'Post-marx: Temporal rhetoric and textual action in the communist manifesto', Rethinking Marxism , 12:2, 44-60

Laski, H. (1999). Introduction to the Communist Manifesto. Social scientist. , 27 (1/4), 49-111.

Mah, Harold. The French Revolution and the Problem of German Modernity: Hegel, Heine, and Marx. New German critique. , No. 50 (Spring - Summer, 1990), pp. 3-20

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Nietzsche

Acampora CD. Nietzsche's On the genealogy of morals : critical essays . Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; 2006.

Aschheim, Steven E., The Nietzsche legacy in Germany, 1890-1990

Ansell-Pearson, Keith, How to read Nietzsche (London: Granta, 2005)

Ansell-Pearson, Keith (ed), A companion to Nietzsche (Malden, MA; Oxford : Blackwell, 2006)

Brinton, Crane, 'The National Socialists' Use of Nietzsche ', Journal of the history of ideas . Vol. 1, No. 2 (Apr., 1940), pp. 131-150 (note the date: this is interesting as a historical document rather than a cutting-edge critique).

Conway DW. Nietzsche's on the genealogy of morals : a reader's guide . New York;London;: Continuum; 2008.

Duffy, Michael F. and Willard Mittelman, 'Nietzsche's Attitudes Toward the Jews ', Journal of the history of ideas , Vol. 49, No. 2 (Apr. - Jun., 1988), pp. 301-317

Forber P. Biological Inheritance and Cultural Evolution in Nietzsche's Genealogy. The Journal of Nietzsche Studies . 2013;44(2):329-41.

Hatab LJ. Nietzsche's On the genealogy of morality : an introduction . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2008.

Heller, Erich, The importance of Nietzsche : ten essays

Janaway, Christopher, 2007. Beyond selflessness : reading Nietzsche's Genealogy . Oxford : Clarendon

Knodt, Eva M. 'The Janus Face of Decadence: Nietzsche's Genealogy and the Rhetoric of Anti-Semitism'. German Quarterly , v. 66 no. 2, pp. 160-175

Loeb, Paul S. 'Finding the Übermensch in Nietzsche's Genealogy of Morality', The Journal of Nietzsche Studies , v. 30 no. , pp. 70-101

Magnus, Bernd and Kathleen Higgins. The Cambridge Companion to Nietzsche . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996

Martin, Nicholas (ed.) Nietzsche and the German tradition (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2003)

May S. Nietzsche's on the genealogy of morality : a critical guide . Cambridge;New York;: Cambridge University Press; 2011.

Owen D, 1964. Nietzsche's Genealogy of morality . Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press; 2007

Prescott-Couch A. Nietzsche, Genealogy, and Historical Individuals. The Journal of Nietzsche Studies . 2015;46(1):99-109.

Schacht R. Nietzsche, genealogy, morality : essays on Nietzsche's Genealogy of morals . Berkeley, CA;London;: University of California Press; 1994. Report No.: 5.

Stern, Fritz, The Politics of Cultural Despair

Strong, Tracy B. "Nietzsche's political misappropriation." The Cambridge Companion to Nietzsche . Eds. Bernd Magnus and Kathleen Higgins. Cambridge University Press, 1996

Tanner, Michael, Nietzsche : a very short introduction

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Else Lasker-Schüler, Die Nächte der Tino von Bagdad

Bandhauer, Andrea (1999). "Dichterin und Tänzerin: Der Tanz als poetologischer Entwurf in Else Lasker-Schülers Die Nächte der Tino von Bagdad". Seminar : a journal of Germanic studies. , 35 (2), p. 107. 

Cohn, Hans W. (1974). Else Lasker-Schüler : the broken world  . Cambridge: CUP. 

Dane, G 2007, 'Else Lasker-Schülers eigenwilliger Exotismus', Autorinszenierungen : Autorschaft und literarisches Werk im Kontext der Medien ISBN: 9783826033346 (pbk.); 3826033345 (pbk.) pp. 47-57 Würzburg, Germany: Königshausen & Neumann

Dick, Ricarda; Schmetterling, Astrid (2010).  Else Lasker-Schüler : die Bilder . Frankfurt: Suhrkamp 

Finney, G. "Queering the Stage: Critical Displacement in the Theater of Else Lasker-Schuler and Mae West." Comparative literature studies. , vol. 40 no. 1, 2003, pp. 54-71 

Kohl, Katrin (2013). "Friendship, Love and Loss in the Poetry of Else Lasker-Schüler (1869-1945)". Oxford German studies. ISSN: 0078-7191 (0078-7191), 42 (1), p. 3.

Lasker-Schüler, Else (1922). Die gesammelten Gedichte

Lindenmeyer, A. ""I am Prince Jussuf": Else Lasker-Schüler's Autobiographical Performance." Biography : an interdisciplinary quarterly. ISSN: 0162-4962 , vol. 24 no. 1, 2001, pp. 1-34 

Lorenz, D. C.G. (1998), Jewish Women Authors and the Exile Experience: Claire Goll, Veza Canetti, Else Lasker-Schüler, Nelly Sachs, Cordelia Edvardson. German life and letters. , 51: 225–239 

Plapp, Laurel (2010). Chapter 5, 'The Orient, Homosexuality and the Lure of the Transvestite: Arnold Zweig and Else Lasker-Schüler Rewrite Zionism', in  Zionism and revolution in European-Jewish literature ISBN: 9780415957182 (hbk.) : £50.00; 0415957184 (hbk.) : £50.00; 9780203932957 (ebk.) : No price; 0203932951 (ebk.) : No price . London: Routledge.

O'Brien, Mary-Elizabeth. ""Ich War Verkleidet Als Poet... Ich Bin Poetin!!" The Masquerade of Gender in Else Lasker-Schüler's Work." German Quarterly ISSN: 0016-8831 65, no. 1 (1992): 1-17. 

Sieg, Katrin. Introduction, in Ethnic drag : performing race, nation, sexuality in West Germany ISBN: 0472112821 . Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c2002. 

Wright, BD 2005, 'Intimate Strangers: Women in German Expressionism', A companion to the literature of German Expressionism ISBN: 1571131752 (hardcover : alk. paper) pp. 287-319 Rochester, NY: Camden House

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Der blaue Engel  and the Weimar Street Films

Pandora's box [videorecording] , 1929, G.W. Pabst; Louise Brooks.

The blue angel [videorecording] 1930 Joseph von Sternberg; Marlene Dietrich, Emil Jannings.

Die Strasse , 1923, Karl Grune; Eugen Kloepfer, Aud Eggede Nissen.

The kid ; Joyless Street ; The extra girl. , 1925, G.W. Pabst; Asta Nielsen, Greta Garbo.

* Asphalt , 1929, Joe May; Betty Amann, Gustav Fröhlich, Albert Steinrück, Else Heller (film to be studied)

Baxter, P. (ed.). (1080). Sternberg . London.

Baxter, J 2010, 'Berlin Year Zero: The Making of The Blue Angel', Framework: The Journal Of Cinema And Media , 51, 1, pp. 164-189.

Bogdanovich, P. (1997). Who the devil made it? New York.

Bronfen, E 2003, 'Seductive Departures of Marlene Dietrich: Exile and Stardom in "The Blue Angel"', New German critique. , 89:4, 9-31

Cooke, P. 2002, The pocket essential German expressionist films . London.

Firda, R 1979, 'Literary Origins: Sternberg's Film The Blue Angel', Literature/film quarterly. , 7, pp. 126-136.

Koch, G, & Horak, J 1986, 'Between Two Worlds: Von Sternberg's The Blue Angel (1930)', German film & literature : adaptations and transformations pp. 60-72. New York: Methuen.

Kosta, B. 2009, Willing seduction : The blue angel, Marlene Dietrich, and mass culture : New York. Berghahn

Lamb, S. 1995, ‘Woman’s nature? Images of women in The Blue Angel , Pandora's Box , Kuhle Wampe and ,’ in M. Meskimmon & S. (eds), Visions of the ‘Neue Frau. Women and the Visual Arts in Weimar Germany . Aldershot.

Prawer, S.S. 2002, BFI Guide to The blue angel (Der blaue Engel) . London.

Richter, S. 2008, ‘The Return of the Queen of the Night: Joseph von Sternberg's Der blaue Engel and Die Zauberflöte’. German life and letters. 61.

Studlar, G. 1992, In the realm of pleasure : Von Sternberg, Dietrich, and the masochistic aesthetic . New York.

Von Sternberg, J. 1987, Fun in a Chinese laundry . London.

Williams, J 2010, 'Gazes in Conflict: Lola Lola, Spectatorship, and Cabaret in The Blue Angel', Women in German yearbook : feminist studies and German culture. , 26, pp. 54-72

Williams, J 2013, " The Blue Angel (Der Blaue Engel) by Josef von Sternberg (review)." Modernism/modernity. 801-804

Zucker, C 1997,  The idea of the image : Josef von Sternberg's Dietrich films .

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Freud and Breuer

Appignanesi, Lisa and John Forrestor, 'Freud's Femininity: Theoretical Investigations', Freud's women London : Phoenix, 2005, pp. 397-429

Appignanesi, R and Zarate, O. Freud for Beginners . Cambridge: Icon Books Ltd, 1992

Best V. Melancholia and the Case of Anna O: From Breuer To Kristeva. Romance studies. . 1997;15(1):75-84.

Cohen, Josh, How to read Freud London : Granta, 2005

Freeman, L and Strean, H.S., 'Freud's Contributions to Understanding Women', Freud and women . New York: The continuum publishing company, 1987, pp. 197-230

Freud, Sigmund, Abriss der Psychoanalyse: einführende Darstellungen

Garrison, Dee. "Karen Horney and Feminism." Signs. 6, no. 4 (1981): 672-91

Gabriel, Yiannis, 4. 'Culture, normality and morality' , Freud and society . London : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983, pp. 80-102.

Gay, Peter, Freud : a life for our time

Gellner, Ernest, The Psychoanalytic Movement the Cunning of Unreason

Horrocks, Roger , Freud revisited : psychoanalytic themes in the postmodern age . Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2001.

Hunter, D. 1983. ‘Hysteria, Psychoanalysis, and Feminism: The Case of Anna O.’ Feminist Studies. 9, pp. 464-488

Kaplan, M. ‘Bertha Pappenheim 1859-1936’. Jewish Women’s Archive Encyclopedia. http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/pappenheim-bertha

Kaye, Howard L. 'Was Freud a Medical Scientist or a Social Theorist? The Mysterious "Development of the Hero"'. Sociological theory. . Vol. 21, No. 4 (Dec., 2003), pp. 375-397

Kimball MM. From "Anna O." To Bertha Pappenheim: Transforming Private Pain Into Public Action. History of psychology. . 2000;3(1):20-43.

Masson, J. Moussaieff, Assault on truth : Freud and child sex abuse London : Fontana, 1992.

Neu, Jerome (ed). The Cambridge Companion to Freud . Cambridge: 1992

Roith, Estelle. The riddle of Freud : Jewish influences on his theory of female sexuality London : Tavistock, 1987.

Schonbar RA, Beatus HR. The mysterious metamorphoses of Bertha Pappenheim: Anna O. revisited. Psychoanalytic psychology. . 1990;7(1):59-78.

Segal L. Freud and feminism: A century of contradiction. Feminism & psychology. . 1996;6(2):290-7.

Storr, Anthony, Freud : a very short introduction (Oxford, New York : Oxford University Press, 2001)

Toews, John E. 'Historicizing Psychoanalysis: Freud in His Time and for Our Time.' The journal of modern history. . , Vol. 63, No. 3 (Sep., 1991), pp. 504-545

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Gender in Crisis after World War I 

*Baum, V. (1929) ‘Die Mütter von morgen – die Backfische von Heute.’ UHU , vol. 5, 46-53.

Bessel, R. (1993), Germany after the First World War , Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Brod, Max (1990) [1929] ‘Die. Frau und die neue Sachlichkeit’ in Brod, M. Die Frau von Morgen wie wir sie wünschen Inselverlag Frankfurt am Main (47-54)

Elder, Sace: Murder scenes : normality, deviance, and criminal violence in Weimar Berlin . (Social History, Popular Culture, and Politics in Germany) Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2010.

Gleber, A 1997, 'Female Flanerie and the Symphony of the City', Women in the metropolis : gender and modernity in Weimar culture pp. 67-88 Berkeley, CA: U of California Press.

Grossmann, A. 1983, ‘The New Woman and the Rationalisation of Sexuality in Weimar Germany’ in Snitow, Stansell and Thompson (eds) Desire : the politics of sexuality , London: Virago, 190-208. **

Hales, B. “Woman as Sexual Criminal: Weimar Constructions of the Criminal Femme Fatale” in Friedrichsmeyer, S. & Herminghouse, P. (eds) (1996), Women in German yearbook : feminist studies and German culture , Vol 12, pp. 100-121.

Hales, B 2007, ‘Projecting Trauma: The Femme Fatale in Weimar and Hollywood Film Noir’ Women in German yearbook : feminist studies and German culture. 23. 224-243

Kaes, A., Jay, M. and Dimendberg, E. (eds) 1994, The Weimar Republic sourcebook , Berkeley; Los Angeles; London: University of California Press.

Kaplan, Marion A., 1979. The Jewish feminist movement in Germany [electronic resource] : the campaigns of the Jüdischer Frauenbund, 1904-1938

Kundrus, B. 2003, “The First World War and the Construction of Gender Relations in the Weimar Republic”, in Hagemann, K. and Schüler-Springorum, S. (eds.), Home/front : the military, war, and gender in twentieth-century Germany , Oxford; New York: Berg, 159-180, p. 159.

Lewis, B. I. 1997, ‘Lustmord. Inside the Windows of the Metropolis’ in von Ankum, K. (ed.) Women in the metropolis : gender and modernity in Weimar culture ; Los Angeles; London: University of California Press, 202-232.

Minden, M 1985, 'The City in Early Cinema: Metropolis, Berlin and October', Unreal city : urban experience in modern European literature and art pp. 193-213 New York: St. Martin's

Petro, P. 1989, Joyless streets : women and melodramatic representation in Weimar Germany , Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Schönfeld, C. (ed.) 2000, Commodities of desire : the prostitute in modern German literature , Rochester and Woodbridge: Camden House (Boydell & Brewer).

*Sharp, I.E. 2006 ‘Gender Relations in Weimar Berlin’. In: C. Schoenfeld, C. Finnan (ed.) Practicing modernity : female creativity in the Weimar Republic , Königshausen und Neumann

*Sharp, IE 2006, ‘Dangerous Women: Woman as Sexual Criminal in Weimar Germany’ in Helen Chambers (ed.) Violence, culture and identity : essays on German and Austrian literature, politics and society , Peter Lang. .203-223.

Sutton, Katie 2011, The masculine woman in Weimar Germany Berghahn.

Roos, Julia. Weimar through the lens of gender : prostitution reform, woman's emancipation, and German democracy, 1919-33

Tacke, Alexandra and Julia Freytag (Hg.) 2001, City Girls : Bubiköpfe & Blaustrümpfe in den 1920er Jahren . Böhlau Verlag, Köln

Wehrlin, T. 1920, “Die Verhurung Berlins”, Das Tagebuch, vol. 43, , 1381 – 1383 please see translation in Kaes, A., Jay, M. and Dimendberg, E. (eds) (1994) The Weimar Republic sourcebook , Berkeley; Los Angeles; London: University of California Press 721-723.

*UHU, (1929) ‘Die Schutzlose. Ein Gespräch zwischen Männern,’, vol. 3, 56-60. (also in Kaes Chapter 8) Available online: http://www.illustrierte-presse.de/die-zeitschriften/werkansicht/dlf/73509/52/cache.off

Wulffen, Dr. E. (1923) Das Weib als Sexualverbrecherin : ein Handbuch für Juristen, Verwaltungsbeamte und Ärzte, mit kriminalistischen Originalaufnahmen , Berlin: Langenscheidt

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Queering Modernity

Bauer, JE 2005, 'On the Nameless Love and Infinite Sexualities: John Henry Mackay, Magnus Hirschfeld and the Origins of the Sexual Emancipation Movement', Journal of homosexuality. , 50, 1, pp. 1-26

Danforth, EM 2010, 'Mädchen in Uniform', Quarterly review of film and video. , 27, 5, pp. 353-355

Fest, K 2012, 'Yesterday and/or Today: Time, History and Desire in Christa Winsloe's Mädchen in Uniform', German life and letters. , 65, 4, pp. 457-471

Kiss, Robert. 2002. "Queer Traditions in German Cinema." In The German cinema book ISBN: 085170946x (pbk.) : £15.99; 0851709451 , 48-56. London, England: British Film Institute, 2002

Kuzniar, A A 2000. The queer German cinema . Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press ; Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

McCormick, RW 2009, 'Coming out of the Uniform: Political and Sexual Emancipation in Leontine Sagan's Mädchen in Uniform (1931)', Weimar cinema : an essential guide to classic films of the era pp. 271-289

Oswald, R. Anders als die Andern [videorecording] (1919) - also available on YouTube

Rich, BR 1995, 'From Repressive Tolerance to Erotic Liberation: Mädchen in Uniform', Out in culture : gay, lesbian, and queer essays on popular culture pp. 137-166

Steakley, James D. "Cinema and Censorship in the Weimar Republic: The Case of Anders Als Die Andern." Film history. 11, no. 2 (1999): 181-203

Winsloe, Christa. Mädchen in uniform. (1931).

Zimnik, N 1999, 'No Man, No Cry? The Film Girls in Uniform and Its Discourses of Political Regime', Women in German yearbook : feminist studies and German culture. , 15, pp. 161-183

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Semester 2

Literature, Race and Sexuality: Kafka

Abrams, M. H., A Glossary of Literary Terms (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1993)

Bridgwater, Patrick, Kafka and Nietzsche

Bridgwater, Patrick, Kafka, Gothic and fairytale

Campbell, Karen J. 'Dreams of Interpretation: On the Sources of Kafka's 'Landarzt'.' German Quarterly , 1987 Summer; 60 (3): 420-31.

Citati, Pietro, Kafka

Corngold, Stanley and Ruth V. Gross. Kafka for the twenty-first century . Camden House: 2012

Cumberland, R 2013, 'Inscribed Bodies: The Cruel Mirage of Imperialistic Idealism in Kafka's "Penal Colony"', Papers on language & literature. , 49, 2, pp. 203-222

Danta, C 2007, ''Like a Dog … Like a Lamb': Becoming Sacrificial Animal in Kafka and Coetzee', New literary history. : A Journal Of Theory And Interpretation , 38, 4, pp. 721-737

Dodd , William J. 'Kafka and Freud: A Note on "In der Strafkolonie". Monatshefte. 70: 2 (Summer, 1978), pp. 129-137

Duttlinger, Carolin. The Cambridge introduction to Franz Kafka . Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Flores, Angel, ed., The Kafka debate : new perspectives for our time (New York: Gordian, 1977)

Friedländer, Saul. Franz Kafka : the poet of shame and guilt .New Haven : Yale University Press, 2013.

Frye, LO 1981, 'Word Play: Irony's Way to Freedom in Kafka's 'Ein Bericht für eine Akademie'', Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte. , 55, 3, pp. 457-475

Gailus, Andreas, “Lessons of the Cryptograph: Revelation and the Mechanical in Kafka's 'In the Penal Colony’“, Modernism/modernity. , 2001 Apr; 8 (2): 295-302

Gilman, Sander L., ‘Kafka wept’, Modernism/modernity , 1 (1994), 17-37

Gilman, SL 2002, 'A Dream of Jewishness Denied: Kafka's Tumor and 'Ein Landarzt'', A companion to the works of Franz Kafka pp. 263-279 Rochester, NY: Camden House

Kafka, Franz, Ein Landarzt , in Kafka, Erzählungen (Fischer).

Kramsch, C 2008, 'Multilingual, Like Franz Kafka', International journal of multilingualism. , 5, 4, pp. 316-332

Manson, Aaron. A Theology of Illness: Franz Kafka's 'A Country Doctor' . Literature and medicine. 24 no. 2, pp. 297-314

Murray, Nicholas, Kafka

Nicolai, RR 1983, 'Nietzschean Thought in Kafka's 'A Report to an Academy'', The literary review. : An International Journal Of Contemporary Writing , 26, 4, pp. 551-564

Robertson, Ritchie , Kafka : Judaism, politics, and literature (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1985)

Rolleston, James, ed., A companion to the works of Franz Kafka (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2002)

Rutherford, Danilyn, “The Foreignness of Power: Alterity and Subversion in Kafka's 'In the Penal Colony' and Beyond”, Modernism/modernity. , 2001 Apr; 8 (2): 303-13

Stach, Reiner. Kafka : the decisive years ; translated from the German by Shelley Frisch. Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 2013.

Stach, Reiner. Kafka, the years of insight ; translated by Shelley Frisch. Princeton ; Oxford : Princeton University Press, 2013

Tobias, R 2000, 'A Doctor's Odyssey: Sickness and Health in Kafka's 'Ein Landarzt'', The Germanic review. , 75, 2, pp. 120-131

Wagenbach, Klaus (ed.), Franz Kafka, ' In der Strafkolonie ', mit Quellen, Chronik und Anmerkungen , Berlin: Wagenbach, 1995

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Metropolis

Bergvall, Å 2012, 'Apocalyptic Imagery in Fritz Lang's Metropolis', Literature/film quarterly. , 40, 4, pp. 246-257

Elsaesser, T Metropolis [videorecording] , bfi 2000.

Hales, B 2010, 'Dancer in the Dark: Hypnosis, Trance-Dancing, and Weimar's Fear of the New Woman', Monatshefte. , 102, 4, pp. 534-549

Huyssen, A 1981, 'The Vamp and the Machine: Technology and Sexuality in Fritz Lang's Metropolis', New German critique. : An Interdisciplinary Journal Of German Studies , 24-25, pp. 221-237

Minden M / Holger Bachmann (eds.), Fritz Lang's Metropolis : cinematic views of technology and fear

Minden, M "Fritz Lang's Metropolis and the United States”, German life and letters. , (53:3), 2000 July, 340-50

‘Metropolis’ in Tom Gunning, The films of Fritz Lang : allegories of vision and modernity , bfi 2000

‘Metropolis’ in Frederick W. Ott, The great German films , Citadel 1986,

Metropolis screenplay (English), Lorrimer 1973

Murphy, R 2007, 'Modernism and the Cinema: Metropolis and the Expressionist Aesthetic', Comparative critical studies. , 4, 1, pp. 105-120

Stoicea, G 2006, 'Re-Producing the Class and Gender Divide: Fritz Lang's Metropolis', Women in German yearbook : feminist studies and German culture. , 22, pp. 21-42

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Berlin, Sinfonie and Weimar Visual Culture

Ades, Dawn, ed. 2006, The Dada reader ISBN: 1854376217 (pbk.) : £17.99 . London: Tate

Alter, NM 2009, 'Berlin, Symphony of a Great City (1927): City, Image, Sound', Weimar cinema : an essential guide to classic films of the era pp. 193-215 New York, NY: Columbia UP

Ankum, K 1996, 'The Cinematic Engendering of Urban Experience: Walter Ruttmann's Berlin, die Symphonie einer Großstadt',  Colloquia Germanica. , 29, 3, pp. 209-221

‘Berlin, Sinfonie der Grossstadt’ in Frederick W. Ott, The great German films , Citadel 1986 (Theatre Q-2.8 OTT)

Cowan, Michael 2007, 'The Heart Machine: 'Rhythm' and Body in Weimar Film and Fritz Lang's Metropolis’, Modernism/modernity 14: 2: 225-48

Doherty, B 2003, 'The Work of Art and the Problem of Politics in Berlin Dada', October. 105, 73-92

Dickerman, Leah 2005, Dada : Zurich, Berlin, Hannover, Cologne, New York, Paris ISBN: 0894683136 (softcover : alk. paper); 1933045205 (hardcover : alk. paper) / Leah Dickerman ; with essays by Brigid Doherty ... [et al.].Washington, DC : National Gallery of Art in association with D.A.P./ Distributed Art Publishers

Gay, Peter: Weimar Culture: The Outsider as Insider

Gaughan, M 2003, 'Ruttmann's Berlin: Filming in a 'Hollow Space'? ', Screening the city pp. 41-57 London, England: Verso

Hillard, D 2004, 'Walter Ruttmann's Janus-Faced View of Modernity: The Ambivalence of Description in Berlin. Die Sinfonie der Großstadt', Monatshefte. Für Deutschsprachige Literatur Und Kultur , 96, 1, pp. 78-92

Hugnet, Georges and Margaret Scolari 1936, ‘Dada’, Bulletin of the Museum of Modern Art 1.4, No. 2/3 fantastic art , pp. 3-18

Irwin Lewis, B. ‘Lustmord. Inside the Windows of the Metropolis’, in Katharina von Ankum, ed., Women in the metropolis : gender and modernity in Weimar culture (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997), pp.202–32.

Kaes, Anton and Martin Jay, Edward Dimendberg (eds), The Weimar Republic sourcebook

Kaes, A 1998, 'Leaving Home: Film, Migration, and the Urban Experience', New German critique. , 74, pp. 179-192 (on Berlin, Sinfonie)

Macrae, D 2003, 'Ruttmann, Rhythm, and 'Reality': A Response to Siegfried Kracauer's Interpretation of Berlin. The Symphony of a Great City', Expressionist film : new perspectives pp. 251-270 Rochester, NY: Camden House

Peukert, Detlev, The Weimar Republic. The Crisis of Classical Modernity

Presner, T 2009, 'The City in the Ages of New Media: From Ruttmann's Berlin: Die Sinfonie der Großstadt to Hypermedia Berlin', After the digital divide? : German aesthetic theory in the age of new media pp. 167-185 Rochester, NY: Camden House

Sharp, I.E 2006, ‘Dangerous Women: Woman as Sexual Criminal in Weimar Germany’ in Helen Chambers (ed.) Violence, culture and identity : essays on German and Austrian literature, politics and society . Peter Lang. 203-223

Shiel, Mark & Tony Fitzmaurice (eds.), Screening the city , London: Verso 2003. (Theatre Q-0.7 SHI) Two chapters on Berlin: Sinfonie einer Grossstadt

Strathausen, C 2003, 'Uncanny Spaces: The City in Ruttmann and Vertov', Screening the city pp. 15-40 London, England: Verso

Webber, A 2008, 'Symphony of a City: Motion Pictures and Still Lives in Weimar Berlin', Cities in transition : the moving image and the modern metropolis pp. 56-71 London, England: Wallflower

Willett, John, The new sobriety, 1917-1933 : art and politics in the Weimar period

White, Michael (2013). Generation Dada : the Berlin avant-garde and the First World War . New Haven, Connecticut : Yale University Press

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Erwin Piscator and Political Theatre

Buehler, George (1978) Bertolt Brecht, Erwin Piscator : ein Vergleich ihrer theoretischen Schriften . Bonn: Bouvier.

Goertz, Heinrich (1974) Erwin Piscator in Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten . Reinbeck bei Hamburg: Rowohlt.

Ley-Piscator, Maria (1970) The Piscator experiment : the political theatre . Carbondale; London: Southern Illinois University Press; Feffer & Simons.

Piscator Erwin (1963) Das politische Theater . Reinbeck bei Hamburg: Rowohlt.

Piscator, Erwin (1980a) The political theatre , trans. Hugh Rorrison . London: Eyre Methuen.

Piscator, Erwin (1980b) Theater, Film, Politik : ausgewählte Schriften , herausgegeben von Ludwig Hoffmann. Berlin: Henschelverlag.

Rühle, Günther (1976) Theater in unserer Zeit . Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp.

Willet, John (1978) The theatre of Erwin Piscator : half a century of politics in the theatre . London: Eyre Methuen.

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Ernst Toller and Hoppla! Wir leben

Anderson, LM 2011, German expressionism and the Messianism of a generation , Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi

Bebendorf, Klaus (c1990) Tollers expressionistische Revolution . Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Benson, Renate (1984) German expressionist drama : Ernst Toller and Georg Kaiser . London: Macmillan.

Dove, Richard (c1986) Revolutionary socialism in the work of Ernst Toller . New York: Peter Lang.

Dove, Richard (1990) He was a German : a biography of Ernst Toller . London: Libris.

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Kane, Martin (1987) Weimar Germany and the limits of political art : a study of the work of George Grosz and Ernst Toller . Tayport, Scotland: Hutton Press.

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Toller, Ernst. Hoppla, wir leben! : ein Vorspiel und fünf Akte

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Irmgard Keun, the rise of Nazism and exile literature

Bossinade J. Haus und Front. Bilder des Faschismus in der Literatur von Exil- und Gegenwartsautorinnen. Am Beispiel Anna Seghers, Irmgard Keun, Christa Wolf und Gerlind Reinshagen. Neophilologus. . 1986;70(1):92-118.

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Heberger, Alexandra 2002, Faschismuskritik und Deutschlandbild in den Romanen von Irmgard Keun Nach Mitternacht und Edgar Hilsenrath Der Nazi und der Friseur : ein Vergleich . Tönning: Der Andere Verlag.

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Kolb, Eberhard, The Weimar Republic

Maier-Katkin, B. (2003) Alterity, alienation and exile in Irmgard Keun's "Nach Mitternacht" . In: Seminar : a journal of Germanic studies. ISSN: 0037-1939; 1911-026X , 39:4 (Nov. 2003), p. 298-316

Marchlewitz, Ingrid (1999) Irmgard Keun : Leben und Werk . Königshausen & Neumann.

Pasche, Wolfgang (1998) Interpretationshilfen Exilromane : Klaus Mann, Mephisto : Irmgard Keun, Nach Mitternacht : Anna Seghers, Das siebte Kreuz . Stuttgart: Klett.

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Stern, G, Literarische Kultur im Exil : gesammelte Beiträge zur Exilforschung = Literature and culture in exile : collected essays on the German speaking emigration after 1933 (1989-1997) Dresden : Dresden University Press

Wallace, Ian (ed) 1997, Aliens - Uneingebürgerte : German and Austrian writers in exile . Amsterdam: Rodopi

Wilkes, G 2010, ''Es Ist Nicht Meine Schuld, Ich Habe Alles Getan Alles … Oh, Ich Schwein, Ich Schwein': Writers' Responses to Nazism in Irmgard Keun's Nach Mitternacht', AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Modern Language Association , 113, pp. 107-123

Woods, Roger, The conservative revolution in the Weimar Republic

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Fall of the 'Third Reich': Victor Klemperer's Diaries

Aschheim, Steven, 2001, 'Victor Klemperer and the Shock of Multiple Identities', in Scholem, Arendt, Klemperer : intimate chronicles in turbulent times. Bloomington : Indiana University Press

Birken, L 1999, 'Prussianism, Nazism, and Romanticism in the Thought of Victor Klemperer', German Quarterly , 72, 1, pp. 33-43

Espino, Román Facundo (2015). "THE GERMAN WHO HAPPENED TO BE A JEW: TIME, HISTORY, AND IDENTITY IN VICTOR KLEMPERER'S DIARY". Oxford German Studies Review 44 (4), p. 383-415

Heidsieck, A 2004, 'Martin Walser's Die Verteidigung der Kindheit and Victor Klemperer's Nazi-Period Diaries', Seelenarbeit an Deutschland : Martin Walser in perspective pp. 195-206

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Klemperer, Victor. Ich will Zeugnis ablegen bis zum letzten ; herausgegeben von Walter Nowojski ; unter Mitarbeit von Hadwig Klemperer. Berlin : Aufbau-Verlag, 1995.

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Woods, R 2014. "The Referential and the Relational: Victor Klemperer's Diaries in the Nazi Years." Journal of war and culture studies. 7(4), pp. 336-349.

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