Tuesday, 18 January 2011


ISBN-13: 978-0-415-92122-0
Writer: Uli Linke
Τitle: German Bodies
Subtitle: Race and Representation After Hitler
Language: English
Place of Publication: New York • London
Publisher: Routledge
Year of Publication: 1999
Format: 151x229mm (trimmed)
Pages: xiii+274; notes, 217; bibliography, 237; index, 267
Illustrations: 32 black and white pictures
Front Cover Photo: Anatomy on Display: Male Corpse with Skin, Mannheim 1997
Front Cover Design: Dennis Kois
Binding: Paperback in duotone wrappers
Weight: 483gr.


German Bodies offers a detailed and stimulating analysis of how the essentialisms of gender, blood, and race continue to operate in German cultural memory. This ‘anatomy of German nationhood,’ as Linke calls it, challenges many conventional assumptions, including my own, about discontinuities in German society following World War II. It is sure to provoke widespread debates.”
—John Borneman, author of Settling Accounts: Violence, Justice and Accountability in Postsocialist States

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