Table of contents for Not so plain as Black and White : Afro-German culture and history, 1890-2000 / edited by Patricia Mazâon and Reinhild Steingrèover.

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Foreword -- Russell A. Berman 
Introduction -- Patricia Mazón and Reinhild Steingröver
Part I: Afro-Germans in Historical Perspective
1. Dangerous Liaisons: Race, Nation, and German Identity 
Fatima El-Tayeb 
2. The First Besatzungskinder: Afro-German Children, Colonial Childrearing Practices, and Racial Policy in German Southwest Africa, 1890-1914
 Krista Molly O'Donnell 
3. Converging Specters of an Other Within: Race and Gender in Pre-1945 Afro-German History
Tina M. Campt 
Part II: Cultural Representations and Self-Representations of Afro-Germans
4. Louis Brody and the Black Presence in German Film Before 1945 
 Tobias Nagl 
5. Narrating "Race" in 1950s' West Germany: The Phenomenon of the Toxi Films 
 Heide Fehrenbach 
6. Will Everything Be Fine? Anti-Racist Practice in Recent German Cinema 
 Randall Halle 
7. Writing Diasporic Identity: Afro-German Literature since 1985 
 Leroy Hopkins 
8. The Souls of Black Volk: Contradiction? Oxymoron? 
 Anne Adams 
Selected Bibliography
Notes on Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Blacks -- Germany -- History.
Blacks -- Race identity -- Germany -- History.
Germany -- Race relations.