Table of contents for Gendering modern German history : rewriting historiography / edited by Karen Hagemann and Jean H. Quataert.

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Preface
Karen Hagemann and Jean H. Quataert
1.	GENDERING MODERN GERMAN HISTORY 
Comparing Historiographies and Academic Cultures in Germany and the United 
States through the Lens of Gender
Karen Hagemann and Jean H. Quataert 
2. 	THE CHALLENGE OF GENDER 
National Historiography, Nationalism, and National Identities
Angelika Schaser 
3. 	MILITARY, WAR, AND THE MAINSTREAMS 
Gendering Modern German Military History
Karen Hagemann 
4. 	BLIND SPOTS 
Empire, Colonies, and Ethnic Identities in Modern German History
Birthe Kundrus 
5. 	THE PERSONAL IS POLITICAL
Gender, Politics, and Political Activism in Modern German History 
Belinda Davis 
6. 	THE ORDER OF TERMS 
Class, Citizenship, and Welfare State in German Gender History
Kathleen Canning 
7. 	A TRIBUTARY AND A MAINSTREAM 
Gender, Public Memory, and Historiography of Nazi Germany
Claudia A. Koonz 
8. 	JEWS, WOMEN, AND GERMANS 
Jewish and German Historiographies in a Transatlantic Perspective
Benjamin Maria Baader 
9. 	RELIGION AND GENDER IN MODERN GERMAN HISTORY 
A Historiographical Perspective
Ann Taylor Allen 
10. 	CONTINUITIES AND RUPTURES 
Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Germany: Historiography and its Discontents 
Atina Grossmann 
11. 	THE ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM 
Or Why the History of Twentieth-Century Germany Should Be a Family Affair
Robert Moeller 
12. 	SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Karen Hagemann and Jean Quataert
Contributing Authors
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Germany -- History -- Historiography.
Feminist theory.
Historiography -- Germany.
Historiography -- United States.