Conceptions of postwar German masculinity / edited by Roy Jerome ; with an afterword by Michael Kimmel1 available
Gumberg 2nd Floor
BF692.5 .C66 2001
- Albany : State University of New York Press, c2001.
- xii, 338 p. ; 24 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Hard-cold-fast: imagining masculinity in the German Academy, literature, and the media / Klaus-Michael Bogdal -- An interview with Tilmann Moser on trauma, therapeutic technique, and the constitution of masculinity in the sons of the National Socialist generation / Roy Jerome -- Paralysis, silence, and the unknown SS-father: a therapeutic case study on the return of the Third Reich in psychotherapy / Tilmann Moser -- The German-Jewish hyphen: conjunct, disjunct, or adjunct? / Harry Brod -- Masculinity and sexual abuse in postwar German society / Klaus-Jürgen Bruder -- The motif of the man, who, although he loves, goes to war: on the history of the construction of masculinity in the European tradition / Carl Pietzcker -- "I have only you, Cassandra": antifeminism and the reconstruction of patriarchy in the early postwar works of Hans Erich Nossack / Inge Stephan -- Brutal heroes, human marionettes, and men with bitter knowledge: on the new formulation of masculinity in the literature of the "young generation" after 1945 (W. Borchert, H. Böll, and A. Andersch) / Hans-Gerd Winter -- Väterliteratur, masculinity, and history: the melancholic texts of the 1980s / Barbara Kosta -- Homosexual images of masculinity in German-language literature after 1945 / Wolfgang Popp -- Neo-Nazi or neo-man? The possibilities for the transformation of masculine identity in Kafka and Hasselbach / Russell West -- Multiple masculinities in Turkish-German men's writing / Moray McGowan.
- Masculinity -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
- Alt Author
- Jerome, Roy, 1964-
- 0791449378 (alk. paper)
- 0791449386 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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- BF692.5 .C66 2001
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