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The Resource Envisioning social justice in contemporary German culture, edited by Jill E. Twark and Axel Hildebrandt

Envisioning social justice in contemporary German culture, edited by Jill E. Twark and Axel Hildebrandt

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Envisioning social justice in contemporary German culture
Title
Envisioning social justice in contemporary German culture
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edited by Jill E. Twark and Axel Hildebrandt
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eng
Summary
Explores how contemporary German-language literary, dramatic, filmic, musical, and street artists are grappling in their works with social-justice issues that affect Germany and the wider world
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture
Envisioning social justice in contemporary German culture, edited by Jill E. Twark and Axel Hildebrandt
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Envisioning social justice in contemporary German culture, edited by Jill E. Twark and Axel Hildebrandt
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7722/j.ctt16173h9
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Inheriting the Social-Justice Legacy of the 1968 Generation -- 1: On Potatoes, Forgeries, Mistaken Identities, and Cultural Revolution in Uwe Timm's Postwall Novel Johannisnacht -- 2: "Maybe the Genuine Utopia": Uwe Timm's Vision of a "Postsocialist" Society in the Novel Rot -- Part II: Social Justice Mattersin Popular Culture -- 3: Social Injustice in the German Tatort Television Series -- 4: Die Toten Hosen, Rammstein, Azad, and Massiv: GermanRock and Rap Go Global for Social Justice -- 5: Critical Voices from the Underground: Street Art andUrban Transformation in Berlin -- Part III: Eastern German Views of Social Justice in Novels and Films -- 6: Politics and Prekariat in Christoph Hein's Novels Frau PaulaTrousseau and Weiskerns Nachlass -- 7: "Erzählt ist erzählt": The Ethics of Narration in Christa Wolf's Stadt der Engel oder The Overcoat of Dr. Freud -- 8: Social Consciousness in the Bionade-Biedermeier: An Interviewwith Filmmakers Marc Bauder and Dörte Franke -- Part IV: Theater as an Interventionist Medium for Promoting Social Justice -- 9: Through Performance to Social Justice: Schlingensief's Narcissistic Sociality -- 10: The Postdramatic Paradox: Theater as an InterventionistMedium in Falk Richter's Das System -- Part V: Beyond Germany's Borders: Social-Justice Issues in a Global Context -- 11: Settling in Mobility: Socioeconomic Justice and European Borderlands in Hans-Christian Schmid's Films Lichter and Die wundersame Welt der Waschkraft -- 12: The Ethics of Listening in Dana Ranga's Wasserbuch andTerézia Mora's Das Ungeheuer -- 13: Navid Kermani: Advocate for an Antipatriotic Patriotismand a Multireligious, Multicultural Europe
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