Table of contents for Germany at the fin de siecle : culture, politics, and ideas / edited by Suzanne Marchand and David Lindenfeld.


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Acknowledgments 000
Germany at the Fin de Siecle: An Introduction
David Lindenfeld and Suzanne Marchand
Liberalism: Adversarial or Reformist?
Max Weber's Liberalism
Fritz Ringer
From Retributive Justice to Social Defense: Penal Reform in Fin-de-Siecle Germany
Richard F. Wetzell
Gendered Discourse: Emanicpatory or Proto-Fascist?
Patriarchy and Its Discontents: The Debate on the Origins of the Family in the German-Speaking
World, 1860-1930
Ann Taylor Allen
"_Sexualkrise und Rasse_": Feminist Eugenics at the Fin de Siecle
Kevin Repp
Elite Culture: Decadence or Vitality?
Arnold Bocklin and the Problem of German Modernism
Suzanne Marchand
Stefan George and Androgyny
Robert E. Norton
Death in Florence: Thomas Mann and the Ideologies of _Renaissancismus_ at the Fin de Siecle
Martin Ruhl
Popular Culture: Divisive or Integrative?
"Am I Allowed to Amuse Myself Here?" The German Bourgeoisie Confronts Early Film
Peter Jelavich
A World of Their Own?: Bourgeois Encounters in Berlin's _Jargon_ Theaters, 1890-1920
Marline Otte
Modernity: Embraced or Disavowed?
Two Antimodern Master Narratives: Jung and Heidegger
David Lindenfeld
Contributors 000
Index 000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Germany History 1871-1918 Congresses, Germany Civilization 19th century Congresses, Germany Intellectual life Congresses