Germany, Nature, and the Left in History, Politics, and Culture
Edited By Sabine Mödersheim, Scott Moranda and Eli Rubin
that structure the interactions between environmentalism, nature, and socialism in German history and culture can be said to constitute a kind of ecology – a complex and interdependent web of relations, which can appear as antagonisms, but which can also contain deeper, less immediately visible, interdependencies. Ecologies of Socialisms attempts to combine the work of scholars from a wide range of disciplines (history, literature, German/Austrian studies, philosophy, geography) in order to contribute to a better and more nuanced understanding of how «green» and «red» have clashed and also merged in German history and culture.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Names: Mödersheim, Sabine, 1959- editor. | Moranda, Scott, 1975- editor. | Rubin, Eli, 1975- editor.
Title: Ecologies of socialisms : Germany, nature, and the left in history, politics and culture / Sabine Mödersheim, Scott Moranda, Eli Rubin (eds).
Description: Oxford ; New York : Peter Lang,  | Series: German life and civilization ; 70 | Includes bibliographical references and index.
Identifiers: LCCN 2018050511 | ISBN 9781787075771 (alk. paper)
Subjects: LCSH: Socialism--Germany--History. |
Environmentalism--Germany--History. | Communism and ecology--Germany--History.
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