Table of contents for Disability in twentieth-century German culture / Carol Poore.

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List of Illustrations
Abbreviations
Preface
1. Disability in the Culture of the Weimar Republic
2. Disability and Nazi Culture
3. No Friends of the Third Reich: Different Views of Disability from Exile
4. Disability in the Defeated Nation: The Federal Republic
5. Breaking the Spell of Metaphor: Three Examples from Film, Literature, and the Media
6. Disability and Socialist Images of the Human Being in the Culture of the German Democratic
Republic
7. Disability Rights, Disability Culture, Disability Studies
8. German/American Bodies Politic: A Look at Some Current Biocultural Debates
9. We Shall Overcome Overcoming: An American Professor's Reflections on Disability in
Germany and the United States
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index of Names

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

People with disabilities -- Germany (West) -- History -- 20th century.
People with disabilities -- Germany (East) -- History -- 20th century.
People with disabilities -- Germany (West) -- Public opinion.
People with disabilities -- Germany (East) -- Public opinion.
Public opinion -- Germany (West).
Public opinion -- Germany (East).
People with disabilities -- Nazi persecution.
People with disabilities -- United States -- Case studies.