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Introduction: Minority Discourses in Germany since 1990
Ela Gezen, Priscilla Layne, Jonathan Skolnik

Chapter 1. Refugee-Migrant-Immigrant
Esther Dischereit

Chapter 2. “Strange Stars” in Constellation: Özdamar, Lasker-Schüler, and the Archive
Kristin Dickinson

Chapter 3. Jewish Tales from a Muslim Turkish Pen: Feridun Zaimo─člu and Moses in Oberammergau
Joshua Shelly

Chapter 4. Schwarz tragen: Blackness, Performance, and the Utopian in Contemporary German Theater
Olivia Landry

Chapter 5. German Comedians Combatting Racist Stereotypes and Discrimination: Oliver Polak, Dave Davis, and Serdar Somuncu
Britta Kallin

Chapter 6. Dialogue and Intersection in German Holocaust Memory Culture: Stumbling Blocks and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
Nick Block

Chapter 7. Young, Diverse, and Polyglot: Ilker Çatak and Amelia Umuhire Track the New Urban Sound of Europe
Berna Gueneli

Chapter 8. Subjunctive Remembering; Contingent Resistance: Katja Petrowskaja’s Vielleicht Esther
Maya Caspari

Chapter 9. Posthumanism and Object-Oriented Ontology in Sharon Dodua Otoo's Synchronicity (2014) and Herr Gröttrup setzt sich hin (2016)
Evan Torner

Chapter 10. Future Narrative as Contested Ground: Emine Sevgi Özdamar’s “On the Train” and Michael Götting’s Contrapunctus
Leslie Adelson

Index

Minority Discourses in Germany since 1990

Edited by Ela Gezen, Priscilla Layne and Jonathan Skolnik

294 pages, 8 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-427-2 Hb Published (April 2022)

eISBN 978-1-80073-428-9 eBook