Women and Gender in German Studies

Series Editors: Elisabeth Krimmer


Women and Gender in German Studies focuses on the literary contributions of German-speaking women from the eighteenth to the twenty-first centuries, as well as feminist approaches to canonical literature. It is edited by Elisabeth Krimmer, University of California, Davis.

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  • Realities and Fantasies of German Female Leadership

    Edited by Elisabeth Krimmer, Patricia Anne Simpson
    Camden House
    A collection of essays achieving a deeper understanding of the historical roots and theoretical assumptions that inform the realities and fantasies of German female leadership.

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  • Willful Girls

    Emily Jeremiah
    Camden House
    Explores the process of "becoming woman" through an analysis of the depiction of girls and young women in contemporary Anglo-American and German literary texts. Learn More

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  • Women and National Socialism in Postwar German Literature

    Katherine Stone
    Camden House
    Investigates why the question of women's complicity in National Socialism has struggled to capture the collective imagination, examining how a variety of female authors have conceptualized the role of women in the Third Reich Learn More

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