Not Straight From Germany

Author: Rainer Herrn
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472130358
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Investigates the role of sex and sexuality in early 20th-century German culture, and how this past continues to shape the present

Sex Between Body And Mind

Author: Katie Sutton
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472131605
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Ideas about human sexuality and sexual development changed dramatically across the first half of the 20th century. As scholars such as Magnus Hirschfeld, Iwan Bloch, Albert Moll, and Karen Horney in Berlin and Sigmund Freud, Wilhelm Stekel, and Helene Deutsch in Vienna were recognized as leaders in their fields, the German-speaking world quickly became the international center of medical-scientific sex research—and the birthplace of two new and distinct professional disciplines, sexology and psychoanalysis. This is the first book to closely examine vital encounters among this era’s German-speaking researchers across their emerging professional and disciplinary boundaries. Although psychoanalysis was often considered part of a broader “sexual science,” sexologists increasingly distanced themselves from its mysterious concepts and clinical methods. Instead, they turned to more pragmatic, interventionist therapies—in particular, to the burgeoning field of hormone research, which they saw as crucial to establishing their own professional relevance. As sexology and psychoanalysis diverged, heated debates arose around concerns such as the sexual life of the child, the origins and treatment of homosexuality and transgender phenomena, and female frigidity. This new story of the emergence of two separate approaches to the study of sex demonstrates that the distinctions between them were always part of a dialogic and competitive process. It fundamentally revises our understanding of the production of modern sexual subjects.

Works Comprising His Essays Letters And Journey Through Germany And Italy With Notes Notices Etc

Author: Michel de Montaigne
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My Experiences Of The War Between France And Germany

Author: Archibald Forbes
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Household Tales And Traditions Of England Germany France Scotland Etc

Author: HOUSEHOLD TALES
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The Minnesinger Of Germany

Author: Adolph Ernst Kroeger
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Poems Of Places Germany

Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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German Schools And Pedagogy

Author: Henry Barnard
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The New German Field Exercise

Author: Prussia (Germany). Kriegsministerium
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Hearings

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs
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German Conversation Grammar

Author: Emil Otto
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Punch

Author: Mark Lemon
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The Thunderbolt

Author: Gertrude Colmore
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Annual Register

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The Annual Register

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Johann Balthasar Schupp And The Baroque Satire In Germany

Author: Hildegarde E. Wichert
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Analyzes the work of Johann Balthasar Schupp in the context of the satire in 17th century Germany, and also deals with the various phases of form, content, and philosophical approach as they appear in other outstanding satirists of the age as well as Schupp's.

The American Monthly Review Of Reviews

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Brotherhood Of Locomotive Firemen And Enginemen S Magazine

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Decolonization In Germany

Author: Jared Poley
Editor: Peter Lang Publishing
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When Germany lost its colonial empire after the Great War, many Germans were unsure how to understand this transition. They were the first Europeans to experience complete colonial loss, an event which came as Germany also wrestled with wartime collapse and foreign occupation. In this book the author considers how Germans experienced this change from imperial power to postcolonial nation. This work examines what the loss of the colonies meant to Germans, and it analyzes how colonialist categories took on new meanings in Germany's - post-colonial period. Poley explores a varied collection of materials that ranges from the stories of popular writer Hanns Heinz Ewers to the novels, essays, speeches, pamphlets, posters, and archival materials of nationalist groups in the occupied Rhineland to show how decolonization affected Germans. When the relationships between metropole and colony were suddenly severed, Germans were required to reassess many things: nation and empire, race and power, sexuality and gender, economics and culture."