New Research on East Ger­many: An Introduction
Marc Sil­ber­man, Uni­ver­si­ty of Wis­con­sin – Madison

Nego­ti­at­ing Mem­o­ries of Every­day Life dur­ing the Wende
Maria Het­zer, Berlin

Beyond Dom­i­na­tion: Social­ism, Every­day Life in East Ger­man Hous­ing Set­tle­ments, and New Direc­tions in GDR Historiography
Eli Rubin, West­ern Michi­gan University

Adven­tures in Com­mu­nism: Coun­ter­cul­ture and Camp in East Berlin
Jake P. Smith, Uni­ver­si­ty of Chicago

Archives for the Future: Thomas Heise’s Visu­al Historiography
Tobias Ebbrecht-Hart­mann, Hebrew Uni­ver­si­ty, Jerusalem

Whose East Ger­man Art is This? The Pol­i­tics of Recep­tion after 1989
April Eis­man, Iowa State University

The “Gen­tle Lie”: Women and the GDR Med­ical Sys­tem in Film and Literature
Son­ja E. Klocke, Uni­ver­si­ty of Wis­con­sin – Madison

It Tastes like the East…: The Prob­lem of Taste in the GDR
Alice Wein­reb, Loy­ola Uni­ver­si­ty Chicago

Trou­bled Faces: The Melan­choly Pas­sion of Anna Seghers’s Die Entschei­dung
Ben­jamin Robin­son, Indi­ana University

Con­trib­u­tor Bios

Guest Edi­tor: Marc Silberman
Edi­tor-in-Chief: Sheena Wilson
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