Information about the series
It is the purpose of this series to subject the large topic of German-America to new critical scrutiny. It does so as an international collaborative effort among scholars in disciplines ranging from modern languages to political history, from American Studies to anthropology, who present independently conceived publications as part of the larger project. Reimagined as part of multilingual America, the new examinations of the German-American tradition in this series offer not only new approaches to German-American studies, but they also force new thinking about what constitutes “German literature” and what have been the defining, though too little recognized, multilingual features of “American literature."
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Sammons, Jeffrey L.
A Critical and Historical Overview
Year of Publication: 2009
ISBN 978-1-4331-0677-4 hardback
Growing Up Black in Germany
Translated by Elizabeth Gaffney
Year of Publication: 2008
ISBN 978-1-4331-0278-3 pb.
Mehring, Frank (ed.)
Selected Writings of Karl/Charles Follen (1796-1840)
Year of Publication: 2007
ISBN 978-0-8204-9732-7 hardback
A Novel from German-American Life
Translated by Lorie A. Vanchena
Year of Publication: 2006
ISBN 978-0-8204-7847-0 hardback
Fluck, Winfried / Sollors, Werner (eds.)
New Directions in German-American Studies
Year of Publication: 2002
ISBN 978-0-8204-5229-6 hardback
Ottilie Assing's Reports from America and Letters to Frederick Douglass
Edited, Translated, and Introduced by Christoph Lohmann
Year of Publication: 1999
ISBN 978-0-8204-4526-7 pb.
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