Table of contents for Germany in transit : nation and migration, 1955/2005 / edited by Deniz Gáeoktáeurk, David Gramling, Anton Kaes.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Preface
List of Abbreviations	000
Introduction	000
1. Working Guests	000
1. A Hundred Thousand Italian Workers Are Coming (1955)	000
2. Recruitment Contract between the 
Republics of West Germany and Italy (1956)	000
3. The Verona Bottleneck (1960)	000
4. Confederation Of German Employers' Associations, 
The Turks Are Coming (1961)	000
5. Giacomo Maturi, The Integration of Southern Labor Power and 
Its Specific Adaptation Problems (1961)	000
6. Conny Froboess, Two Little Italians (1962)	000
7. Turkish Labor Placement Institution, How the Turkish Worker 
Should Behave and Defend His Character in a Foreign Country (1963)	000
8. Big Welcome for Armando sa Rodrigues (1964)	000
9. Federal Labor Placement Institution, Support for 
the Foreign Employee (1965)	000
10. Come, Come Come!; Go, Go, Go! (1970)	000
11. Turkish Labor Placement Institution, Invitation for 
Labor Placement (1973)	000
12. Friedrich K. Kurylo, The Turks Rehearsed the Uprising (1973)	000
13. Recruitment of Guest Workers Stopped (1973)	000
14. Helmut Kohl, Coalition of the Middle: "For a Politics 
of Renewal" (1984)	000
15. Irina Ludat, A Question of the Greater Fear (1985)	000
16. Florian Schneider, The Card Trick (2000)	000
17. Karin Steinberger, The Campus That Never Sleeps (2000)	000
18. Bernd Hof, Scenarios for the Development of 
Labor-Power Potential in Germany (2001)	000
19. Marc Brost, Carte Blanche in Green (2002)	000
20. Fotini Mavromati, Odyssey into the Promised Land (2005)	000
2. Our Socialist Friends	000
1. Korean Orphan Children Recover in the 
Rehabilitation Center at Beelitz (1954)	000
2. Warm Welcome for 200 Korean Children (1955)	000
3. Vietnamese Children Accepted into the GDR (1955)	000
4. Vietnam's Children Gave Thanks for the 
Presents from their German Friends (1958)	000
5. Seventeen Wounded Cubans Received for 
Rehabilitation in the GDR (1963)	000
6. Ly Thuong Kiet, Report on the Solidarity Movement in the 
German Democratic Republic in Support of the Struggle 
of the Vietnamese People (1966)	000
7. Peter Bethge, What Status Do Foreign Workers Have Here? (1972)	000
8. Apprentice Training Workshops for the 
Democratic Republic of Vietnam: More Vietnamese Interns 
Come to the GDR (1973)	000
9. Marlies Menge, In the GDR, They're Called Friends (1973)	000
10. Service Protocol on the Residence of Noncitizens 
in the German Democratic Republic (1976)	000
11. Unionists from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam 
Recover in the GDR (1977)	000
12. Kurt Seibt, Solidarity: An Important Force in the 
Freedom Struggle (1979)	000
13. Siegfried Mann, How Do Foreign Workers Live in the GDR? (1985)	000
14. Hans Schueler, Panic Is the Wrong Answer (1986)	000
15. Agreement on the Procedures Concerning Pregnancy among 
Vietnamese Women Laborers in the GDR (1987)	000
16. Just Go to Israel (1990)	000
17. Robert von Lucius, Nostalgia Despite Broken Promises (1994)	000
18. Mark Siemons, Smuggling Discerned; Fingers Burned (1995)	000
19. Dennis Kuck, Those Foreign Socialist Brothers (2001)	000
3. Is the Boat Full?	000
1. The Turks Are Coming! Save Yourself If You Can! (1973)	000
2. Heidelberg Manifesto (1982)	000
3. Heinrich Lummer, Victims of Freeloaders (1985)	000
4. Theo Sommer, Closed Due to Overflow? (1986)	000
5. Advanced Chemistry, Foreign in My Own Country," (1992)	000
6. A Rampage in the Eyesore (1993)	000
7. Article 16 of the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany (1993)	000
8. Giovanni di Lorenzo, A Protector Who Yearns for Protection (1993)	000
9. Lothar Baier, The Mercy of the Right Birth (1993)	000
10. May Ayim, The Year 1990: 
Homeland and Unity from an Afro-German Perspective (1993)	000
11. Alice Schwarzer, Hate in Solingen (1997) 	000
12. Alexander Bøker, He Is Not as Sweet as He Seems (1998)	000
13. Uta Andresen, Generation Hate (1999)	000
14. Rødiger Rossig and Erich Rathfelder, Welcome! Bon Voyage! (1999)	000
15. Caroline Fetscher, The New Wall (2000)	000
 16. Brother's Keepers, Adriano (Last Warning) (2001)	000
17. Daniel Bax, In Praise of Provocation (2000)	000
18. Republican Party of Germany, Excerpts from the 2002 Party Program	000
19. Republican Party of Germany, The Last Germans (2002)	000
20. Martin Hohmann, Speech on the Day of the Nation (2003)	000
21. Against Forgetting (2004)	000
4. What Is a German?	000
1. 1842 Law on the Acquisition and Loss of Recognition as a 
Prussian Subject as Well as Enlistment into Foreign Services	000
2. 1913 Empire- and State-Citizenship Law	000
3. 1919 Article 110 of the Weimar Constitution	000
4. 1933 Law on the Revocation and Denial of German Citizenship	000
5. 1949 Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany	000
6. Christian Wernicke, The Long Road to the German Passport (1989)	000
7. 1990 Foreigner Law	000
8. Irina Wießner, Conservative and Manipulated (1994)	000
9. Franco Foraci, Three-Pronged Arsenal of Malice (1994)	000
10. Sonja Margolina, Ethnicism in the Cloak of Multiculturalism (1995)	000
11. Jørgen Gottschlich, Bravo Almanya! (1998)	000
12. 1999 Law on the Reform of the Nationality Law	000
13. Jeannette Goddar, Naturalization Impediments for Women (1999)	000
14. Roger de Weck, Pro: Two Passports (1999)	000
15. Jan Ross, Con: One Passport (1999)	000
16. Michael Brenner, Rewarded for Good Behavior (1999)	000
17. Dieter Grimm, The Other May Remain Other (2000)	000
18. Christian Democratic Union, Working Principles for the 
Immigration Commission of the CDU Party of Germany (2000)	000
19. Rita Søssmuth, Report of the Independent 
Commission on Immigration (2001)	000
20. Central Council for Muslims in Germany, Statement of the 
Islamic Council on the Report of the Immigration Commission (2001)	000
21. PRO ASYL, A Switch of Labels Is Becoming Law (2004)	000
22. Rainer Mønz, We Would Rather Be by Ourselves (2004)	000
23. Immigration Act (2005)	000
5. Religion and Diaspora	000
1. Wilhelm Hilpert, The Synod Speaks for Guest Workers (1973)	000
2. Petra Kappert, What Remains for Turks Abroad? (1982)	000
3. Heinrich Billstein, An Islamic Finishing School: 
The Khomeini from Cologne (1988)	000
4. Rudolf Walther, Foulard and Crucifix: Thoughts on 
the Culture Wars (1995)	000
5. Ezer Weizman, With a Backpack of Memories and the 
Staff of My Hope (1996)	000
6. Daniel Cohn-Bendit, As a Jew; Here? (1996)	000
7. Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff, Germany, Your Islamists (1997)	000
8. Meike Wøhlert, The Hype over the Star of David (1998)	000
9. Dilek Zaptø{i*}o{g&}lu, The Universalist Swindle (1998)	000
10. Micha Brumlik, Jews in Germany: A Delicate Relationship (1998)	000
11. Michael Brenner, No Place of Honor (2000)	000
12. Jan Ross, Ernst, the Moslems Are Here! (2001)	000
13. Hans-Ulrich Wehler, Muslims Cannot Be Integrated (2002)	000
14. Bassam Tibi, Between the Worlds (2002)	000
15. Federal Constitutional Court, Decision Regarding the 
Wearing of Head Scarves among Schoolteachers (2003)	000
16. Federal Constitutional Court, Decision Regarding 
Animal Slaughter as a Religious Practice (2002)	000
17. Arnfrid Schenk, Allah on the Blackboard (2004)	000
18. Zafer [enocak, Between the Sex Pistols and the Koran (2005)	000
6. Promoting Diversity	000
1. The German Council of Municipalities, Suggestions for 
Supporting Foreign Employees (1973)	000
2. Heinz Køhn, The Present and Future Integration of Foreign 
Workers and Their Families in the Federal Republic of Germany (1979)	000
3. Ecumenical Planning Committee for Foreigner Day, In the 
Federal Republic We Live in a Multicultural Society: 
Theses from September 24, 1980, Day of the Foreign 
Fellow Citizen (1980)	000
4. Barbara John, With Each Other, Not against Each Other (1982)	000
5. Berlin Commissioner for Foreigner Affairs, What Is German? (1991)	000
6. Deniz Gøktørk, The Naked and the Turks (1994)	000
7. Rainer Braun, Good Reception (1996)	000
8. Workshop of Cultures, Why a Carnival of 
Cultures in Berlin? (1998)	000
9. Anonymous, We are Still Our Own Best Foreigners (1998)	000
10. Kanak Attak, Manifesto (1998)	000
11. Johannes Odenthal, Heimat Art: New Urban Cultures (1999)	000
12. Gønther Coenen, The First Years of the 
House of World Cultures (1999)
13. Julia Naumann, Multiculti; Or What? (2000)	00014. 
14. Cornelia Schmalz-Jacobsen Where Are the Turkish
 Teachers and Doctors? (2001)	000
15. Leslie A. Adelson, Against Between: A Manifesto (2001)	000
16. Eckhard Michels, German as a World Language (2001)	000
17. Central Welfare Office for Jews in 
Germany, Recommendations for Immigrants (2001)	000
18. Wolfgang Mackiewicz, German Is Necessary (2001)	000
19. Safter øinar, Berlin after PISA (2002)	000
20. Mechthild Køpper, The Woman from Kreuzberg (2003)	000
21. Voices in Support of the Migration Museum (2003)	000
7. A Country of Immigrants?	000
1. Theo Sommer, Breach of Contract or Breach of the Dam? (1985)	000
2. Dieter Oberndørfer, The Open Republic (1987)	000
3. Daniel Cohn-Bendit and Thomas Schmidt, When the 
West Becomes Irresistible (1991)	000
4. Heiner Geißler, Germany: An Immigration Country? (1991)	000
5. Klaus Bade, Germany and Immigration (1994)	000
6. Daniel Cohn-Bendit and Claus Leggewie, Multiculture: 
Just a Motto for Church Congresses? (1994)	000
7. Return to Charlottengrad (1995)	000
8. Gønther Beckstein, An Approach to the Guiding Culture (1999)	000
9. Andrea Bøhm, Harmony of Cultures? (2000)	000
10. Johannes Rau, Without Fear and without Illusions: 
Living Together in Germany (2000)	000
11. Hans-Herbert Holzumer, False Dreams of a 
Brilliant New Beginning (2000) 	000
12. Friedrich Merz, Immigration and Identity:
On the Freedom-Based German Guiding Culture (2000)	000
13. Gustav Seibt, No Greater Country (2000)	000
14. Mark Terkessidis, German Guiding Culture: 
The Game of Origins (2000)	000
15. Moshe Zimmermann, The Word Games Are Over: 
More Immigration, Less Guiding Culture (2000)	000
16. Ulrich K. Preuss, Multikulti Is Only an Illusion (2001)	000
17. Jørgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida, 
February 15, or What Binds Europeans Together (2003)	000
18. Cem øzdemir, Mehmet and Edeltraud Too (2005)	000
19. Franz Møntefering, Claudia Roth, and Angela Merkel, How Should 
the Immigration of Jews from the Countries of the 
Former Soviet Union Be Regulated in the Future? (2005)	000
8. Living in Two Worlds?	000
1. Nasty Rascals, Little Pigs, Throw them Out! (1977)	000
2. The Federal Ministry for Labor and Social Order, 
Guidelines for Housing Accommodations for Foreign Employees
 in the Federal Republic of Germany (1971)	000
3. Justin Westhoff, Turkish Children with Stomach Ulcers (1979)	000
4. "Toilet Decree" for Foreigners (1979)	000
5. Letter from Renters to Their Residential Building Association, 
"New Homeland" (1979)	000
6. Mustafa Tekinez, Are We Not All Human Beings? (1982)	000
7. Dilek Zaptø{i*}o{g&}lu, Living in Two Worlds (1993)	000
8. Tanja Stidinger, At Most Half a Homeland (1993)	000
9. Elke Eckert, Saying "I Do" for the Certificate (1994)	000
10. Deniz Gøktørk and Wulf Eichstødt, All Quiet on the 
Kreuzberg Front (1994)	000
11. Konrad Schuller, Last Days on German Soil (1995)	000
12. Høseyin A., Apartment Wanted (1996)	000
13. Hajo Schumacher, More Foreign Than the Turks (1997)	000
14. K. Berger, The Thai Wife:
Medicine for German Men Troubled by Women's Libbers? (2000)	000
15. Klaus Hartung, Enterprise Kreuzberg (2001)	000
16. Susanne Gaschke, Colorful and Speechless (2001)	000
17. Regina Rømhild, When Heimat Goes Global (2002)	000
18. Andreas Rosenfelder, The Campsite Is Growing (2002)	000
19. Stefan Willeke, Our Pearl Julia (2004)	000
20. The Turkish Federation of Berlin, Ten-Point Plan of the 
Turkish Federation of Berlin for Combating Intolerance
 toward Women (2005)	000
9. Writing Back	000
1. Klaus Pokatzky, Akif Pirinøci: I Am a Token Turk (1982)	000
2. Harald Weinrich, The Adelbert von Chamisso Prize (1986)	000
3. Aras øren, Chamisso Prize Acceptance Speech (1986)	000
4. Maxim Biller, The Turkicized Germans (1991)	000
5. Jens Jessen, The Tempting Call of Vanity (1991)	000
6. Emine Sevgi øzdamar, Black Eye and His Donkey (1992)	000
7. Zafer [enocak, The Bastardized Language (1994)	000
8. Feridun Zaimo{g&}lu, Preface to Kanaki Speak (1995)	000
9. [inasi Dikmen, Who Is a Turk? (1995)	000
10. Bahman Nirumand, Crafty Germans (1997)	000
11. Gønter Grass, In Praise of Ya_ar Kemal (1997)	000
12. Yoko Tawada, I Did Not Want to Build Bridges (1997)	000
13. Abbas Maroufi, I Will Leave This Country: 
A Letter to Gønter Grass (1998)	000
14. Henryk M. Broder, Novelist Gøney Dal: I Am Not a Bridge (2000)	000
15. Wladimir Kaminer, Why I Still Haven't Applied 
for Naturalization (2000)	000
16. Asfa-Wossen Asserate, In Praise of Squareness (2003)	000
10. A Turkish Germany	000
1. Fehlfarben, Millitørk (1980)	000
2. Danja Antonovic, More Than Schnapps and Folklore (1982)	000
3. Hark Bohm, Appeal for a Narrative Cinema (1988)	000
4. Annette Ebenfeld-Linneweber, Despite the Passport, I Am 
Still Not a German (1989)	000
5. Udo Lindenberg, Colorful Republic of Germany (1989)	000
6. Tayfun Erdem, Down with the Turk Bonus! (1989)	000
7. Dietmar H. Lamparter, Discrimination of the Noble Kind (1992)	000
8. Christiane Peitz, Everywhere Is Better Where We Are Not (1994)	000
9. Klaus Hartung, Let the Berliners Barbecue in Peace! (1994)	000
10. Daniel Bax and Dorthe Ferber, Is Linden Street 
Closed Off to Turks? (1995)	000
11. Thomas Jahn, Tørksøn; You're a Turk (1996)	000
12. Eberhard Seidel-Pielen, The Coup of the Billions (1996)	000
13. Gunnar Løtzow, Okay, We Are Kanaks (1999)	000
14. Stephan Ley, The Deutschlønder Hardly Read Anything German (1999)	000
15. Mark Terkessidis, Migrants' Struggle for Representation (2000)	000
16. Zafer [enocak and Martin Greve, Coming to Life (2000)	000
17. Oliver Høttmann, Country Code TR (2000)	000
18. Katja Nicodemus, Getting Real (2004)	000
Epilogue: Global Already?	000
1. Claus Leggewie, The Foreign Self: Xenological Considerations (1990)	000
2. Frank-Olaf Radtke, In Praise of Un-Difference: On the 
Construction of the Foreign in the Discourse of Multiculturalism (1991)	000
3. An Appeal for a Cultural Exception in GATT Negotiations (1993)	000
4. Tom Stromberg, The End of Pure Culture (1999)	000
5. Michael Naumann, An Endless Series of World Formations (1999)	000
6. Ulrich Beck, What Comes after the Volkswagen-Export Nation? (2000)	000
7. Armin Nassehi, Minarets in Upper Bavaria (2000)	000
8. Hartmut Bøhme, Global Cities and Terrorism (2001)	000
9. Andreas Tzortzis, Vanquishing the Ghost of Mohammed Atta (2002)	000
10. Germans Outraged over "Florida Rolf" Case (2003)	000
11. Christoph Hein, Third World Everywhere (2004)	000
Chronology	000
Glossary	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Germany -- Ethnic relations -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.
Germany -- Ethnic relations -- History -- 21st century -- Sources.
Germany -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.
Germany -- Race relations -- History -- 21st century -- Sources.
Pluralism (Social sciences) -- Germany -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.
Pluralism (Social sciences) -- Germany -- History -- 21st century -- Sources.
Xenophobia -- Germany -- Sources.
Immigrants -- Germany -- Social conditions -- Sources.
Germany -- Emigration and immigration -- Sources.