Social History, Popular Culture, and Politics in Germany

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German Appropriation of Black Popular Culture
Priscilla Layne
Investigates the appropriation of black popular culture as a symbol of rebellion in postwar Germany
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1. Cover image for 'White Rebels in Black'
German Appropriation of Black Popular Culture
Priscilla Layne
Investigates the appropriation of black popular culture as a symbol of rebellion in postwar Germany
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Hardcover 2018 $75.00 Available Add Hardcover for "White Rebels in Black" to Cart
Ebook 2018 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "White Rebels in Black"
Currently limited to: subject african_american_studies African American Studies x

Social History, Popular Culture, and Politics in Germany is a showcase for the best work in German Studies across the disciplines, drawing cutting-edge scholarship from the fields of history, cultural and literary studies, visual culture and film. It seeks to address central questions of the history of German-speaking cultures with no restrictions of period, approach, or region/locale. The series is aimed at the points of intersection of history, culture, and political possibility, offering a venue for the best of recent research and discussion.

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Social History, Popular Culture, and Politics in Germany

Social History, Popular Culture, and Politics in Germany is a showcase for the best work in German Studies across the disciplines, drawing cutting-edge scholarship from the fields of history, cultural and literary studies, visual culture and film. It seeks to address central questions of the history of German-speaking cultures with no restrictions of period, approach, or region/locale. The series is aimed at the points of intersection of history, culture, and political possibility, offering a venue for the best of recent research and discussion.


Kathleen Canning, Dept. of History, University of Michigan

Editorial Board
Kerstin Barndt, Dept. of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan

Rita Chin, Dept. of History, University of Michigan

Tracie Matysik, Dept. of History, University of Texas - Austin

Elizabeth Otto, Dept. of Visual Studies, University at Buffalo

Uta Poiger, Dept. of History, Northeastern University

Helmut Puff, Dept. of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan

Mark Roseman, Dept. of History, Indiana University, Bloomington

Eli Rubin, Dept. of History, Western Michigan University

Annemarie H. Sammartino, Dept. of History, Oberlin College

Scott Spector, Dept. of History and Dept. of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan

Tara Zahra, Dept. of History, University of Chicago

Andrew Zimmerman, Dept. of History, George Washington University

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Series Editor

Kathleen Canning, Dept. of History, University of Michigan

Editorial Board
Kerstin Barndt, Dept. of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan

Rita Chin, Dept. of History, University of Michigan

Tracie Matysik, Dept. of History, University of Texas - Austin

Elizabeth Otto, Dept. of Visual Studies, University at Buffalo

Uta Poiger, Dept. of History, Northeastern University

Helmut Puff, Dept. of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan

Mark Roseman, Dept. of History, Indiana University, Bloomington

Eli Rubin, Dept. of History, Western Michigan University

Annemarie H. Sammartino, Dept. of History, Oberlin College

Scott Spector, Dept. of History and Dept. of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan

Tara Zahra, Dept. of History, University of Chicago

Andrew Zimmerman, Dept. of History, George Washington University


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Authors interested in submitting their work for possible publication in the series are requested to send materials as email attachments rather than via postal mail. Please send a message plus attachments to the Press editor for the series, Christopher Dreyer, mikage@umich.edu

Kindly include a prospectus, c.v., table of contents, and three sample chapters, preferably the first three chapters of the work.

Submissions

Authors interested in submitting their work for possible publication in the series are requested to send materials as email attachments rather than via postal mail. Please send a message plus attachments to the Press editor for the series, Christopher Dreyer, mikage@umich.edu

Kindly include a prospectus, c.v., table of contents, and three sample chapters, preferably the first three chapters of the work.


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