Table of contents for Mobile modernity : Germans, Jews, trains / Todd Samuel Presner.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
1	Dialectics at a Standstill
2	Berlin and Delos
Celan's No-Places and Heidegger's Homecomings: Philosophy and Poetry Out of Material 
History
3	Sicily, New York City, and the Baranovich Station
German/Jewish Subject Without a Nation: On the Meta-epistemology of Mobility and Mass 
Migration
4	The North Sea
Jews on Ships; or, How Heine's Reisebilder Deconstruct Hegel's Philosophy of World 
History
5	Nuremburg-Fürth-Palestine
Some Assembly Required: Global Anxieties and Corporeal Fantasies of German/Jewish 
Nationality
6	Auschwitz
"The Fabrication of Corpses": Heidegger, Arendt, and the Modernity of Mass Death
7	Vienna-Rome-Prague-Antwerp-Paris
The Railway Ruins of Modernity: Freud and Sebald on the Narration of German/Jewish 
Remains
Concluding Remarks
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- Germany -- Intellectual life -- 19th century.
Jews -- Germany -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
Jews -- Germany -- Identity.
Jews -- Cultural assimilation -- Germany.
German literature -- Jewish authors -- History and criticism.
Technology -- Social aspects.
Technology and civilization.