New Books in German History and German Studies (June 2016)
Editor's note: At the beginning of the month, as a service to our members, H-German publishes a list of newly released books on German History and German Studies that members have submitted to H-German. If you would like to announce the publication of your new book, please submit the following information to Laura Hilton (lhilton(at)muskingum.edu): the author's name, the title of the book, the press, the month it appeared in print, and a link to the publisher/book's site (optional).
- Deborah Barnstone, ed., The Doppelgänger, (Oxford: Peter Lang, April 2016).
- Albrecht Dümling, The Vanished Musicians: Jewish Refugees in Australia, (Oxford: Peter Lang, March 2016).
- Sean Franzel and Mary Helen Dupree, Performing Knowledge, 1750-1850, (de Gruyter, July 2015).
- Dirk Göttsche, ed., Critical Time in Modern German Literature and Culture, (Oxford: Peter Lang, April 2016).
- Helmut Graser and B. Ann Tlusty (eds.), Jonas Losch, Teutscher Dichter und Componist: Die Lieder- und Reimspruchsammlung eines Augsburger Webers aus den Jahren 1579-1583, (Pustet Verlag, November 2015).
- Don Gregory and Wilhelm Gehlen, Hitler's Home Front, (Pen and Sword,UK, June 2016).
- Martin Kalb, Coming of Age: Constructing and Controlling Youth in Munich, 1942-1973, (Berghahn Books, May 2016).
- Alex J. Kay, The Making of an SS Killer: The Life of Colonel Alfred Filbert, 1905-1990, (Cambridge University Press, April 2016).
- Carrie Smith-Prei and Maria Stehle, Awkward Politics: The Technologies of Popfeminist Activism, (McGill Queens UP, May 2016).
- Sandra Vlasta, Contemporary Migration Literature in German and English. A Comparative Study, (Brill/Rodopi, October 2015).