Changing identities in East Germany : selected papers from the nineteenth and twentieth New Hampshire Symposia /

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Authors: New Hampshire Symposium on the German Democratic Republic World Fellowship Center, New Hampshire Symposium on the German Democratic Republic
Other Authors: Gerber, Margy, Woods, Roger, 1949-
Format: Conference Proceeding Book
Published: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, [1996]
Series:Studies in GDR culture and society ; 14/15.
Table of Contents:
  • The special position of young, left-wing GDR intellectuals in the former Eastern bloc / Jan Faktor
  • Underground journals in and around Leipzig in the 1980s / Jacques Poumet
  • Pop music in the GDR between conformity and resistance / Peter Wicke
  • "Nuancen und Zwischentöne" versus "muskelprotzende Prosa" : autobiography and the project of explaining "how it was" in the GDR / Roger Woods
  • Die ostdeutschen Schriftseller auf der Suche nach einem neuen Selbstverständnis / Günter Erbe
  • In the shadow of the rainbow : on Christoph Hein's Exekution eines Kalbes and Christa Wolf's Auf dem Weg nach Tabou / Christiane Zehl Romero
  • Apocalypse now? : reading Volker Braun's Böhmen am Meer / Theodore Fiedler
  • Das Literatursystem der DDR : Kontexte und Voraussetzungen einer neuen Literaturgeschichte / Ulrich Meyszies
  • Buchenwald : symbol and metaphor for the changing political culture of East Germany / David A. Hackett
  • East goes West / Annette Simon
  • Concepts of democracy of East and West German politicians / Virginia Penrose
  • The round table model : reflections on a political experiment / Lothar Probst
  • The Heilmann family : social restructuring and the potential for family conflict in East Germany : a sketch / Michael Hofmann
  • The renaissance of East German group awareness since unification / Thomas Koch
  • The press and the new Länder / John Sandford
  • The treatment of problems of integration in some recent works by authors from the former GDR / Nancy A. Lauckner
  • German unification and the Sorb minority / Horst Freyhofer.