Editor: Jeffrey J. Anderson, Georgetown University
Volume 36 / 2018, 4 issues per volume (spring, summer, autumn, winter)
Subjects: German Studies, Politics, Sociology, History, Economics, Cultural Studies
A joint publication of the BMW Center for German and European Studies (of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). These centers are represented by their directors on the journal's Editorial Committee.
Volume 35, Issue 3, Autumn 2017
Investing in Early Crisis Relief or Reelection? Comparing German Party Responses to the Euro Crisi
Borderland of the Mind: The Free City of Danzig and the Sovereignty Question
Elizabeth M. Clark
Germany: From Civilian Power to a Geo-economic Shaping Power
Stephen F. Szabo
The Costs of German Division: A Research Report
Louise K. Davidson-Schmich, Gender Quotas and Democratic Participation: Recruiting Candidates for Elective Office in Germany (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2016)
Reviewed by Joyce Marie Mushaben
Bradley Naranch and Geoff Eley, ed. German Colonialism in a Global Age (Durham: Duke University Press, 2014)
JReviewed by Shelley Baranowski
Andrew C. Gould and Anthony M. Messina, ed., Europe's Contending Identities: Supranationalism, Ethnoregionalism, Religion, and New Nationalism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)
Reviewed by Trevor J. Allen
Kathrin Fahlenbrach Martin Klimke, and Joachim Scharloth, eds, Protest Cultures. A Companion (New York: Berghahn Books, 2016)
Reviewed by Sabine von Mering
Udi Greenberg, The Weimar Century: German Émigrés and the Ideological Foundations of the Cold War (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2014)
Reviewed by Stephen Milder
Heinrich August Winkler, The Age of Catastrophe: A History of the West, 1914-1945, trans. S. Spencer (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015)
Reviewed by Volker Prott
Philipp Ther, Europe Since 1989. A History, trans. Charlotte Hughes-Kreutzmüller (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2016)
Reviewed by Peter C. Pfeiffer
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German Politics and Society is a joint publication of the BMW Center for German and European Studies (of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). These centers are represented by their directors on the journal's Editorial Committee.
German Politics and Society is a peer-reviewed journal published and distributed by Berghahn Journals. It is the only American publication that explores issues in modern Germany from the combined perspectives of the social sciences, history, and cultural studies.
The journal provides a forum for critical analysis and debate about politics, history, film, literature, visual arts, and popular culture in contemporary Germany. Every issue includes contributions by renowned scholars commenting on recent books about Germany.
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Editor: Jeffrey J. Anderson, Georgetown University
Managing Editor/Book Review Editor: Eric Langenbacher, Georgetown University
Leslie Adelson, Cornell University
Jonathan Bach, The New School
Beverly Crawford, University of California, Berkeley
Russell J. Dalton, University of California, Irvine
Louise K. Davidson-Schmich, University of Miami
Richard Deeg, Temple University
Mary Fullbrook, University College London
Hope Harrison, George Washington University
Dagmar Herzog, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Wade Jacoby, Brigham Young University
Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto
Charles Maier, Harvard University
Sabine von Mering, Brandeis University
Joyce M. Mushaben, University of Missouri, St. Louis
Todd Presner, University of California, Los Angeles
Susan Scarrow, University of Houston
Katrin Sieg, Georgetown University
Stephen Silvia, American University
Hilary Silver, Brown University
Helga Welsh, Wake Forest University
Sarah Wiliarty, Wesleyan University
Ruth Wittlinger, Durham University
Jennifer Yoder, Colby College
Daniel Ziblatt, Harvard University
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- Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University
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