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Introduction: German Studies and Ethnography—Histories, Similarities, and Intersections
A. Dana Weber

Chapter 1. Incognito ergo sum: Ethnographic Observation as Mediator between Poetic Self-Projection and Sociological Narration in Goethe’s Work
Christian P. Weber

Chapter 2. On Authority of Observation in Travel Writing: Georg Forster’s Self-Reflexive Anthropology
Madhuvanti Karyekar

Chapter 3. Adolf Bastian, Walter Benjamin, and Deep History: Rethinking the Universal Archive
Andrew Calabro Cavin

Chapter 4. Crowd Control: Organizing Peoples with the Habitus Praecipuorum Populorum (1577)
Lacy Gillette

Chapter 5. Workers, Turks, Muslims: Ethnographies of Migration to Germany-in-Europe Revisited
Levent Soysal

Chapter 6. Ethnography and the Image of New World Indians in German Travel Narratives and Visual Culture in the Early Modern Period.
Giovanna Montenegro

Chapter 7. An Ethnography of Home: Writing Colonial Culture into German Naturalist Literature.
Alyssa Howards

Chapter 8. Changing Perspectives: The Dirndl—A Contemporary Topic of Urban Ethnography
Simone Egger

Chapter 9. Literary Ethnography: Fieldwork in the Eifel, a German Literary Tourism Site
Raphaela Knipp

Conclusion: Crafting German Things
Andrew Stuart Bergerson

Former Neighbors, Future Allies?

German Studies and Ethnography in Dialogue

Edited by A. Dana Weber

342 pages, 14 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-896-6 Hb Published (March 2023)

eISBN 978-1-80073-897-3 eBook