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Paths Crossing

Essays in German-American Studies

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Cora Lee Kluge

Contents: Cora Lee Kluge/Mark L. Louden: German-American Studies: An Expansive - and Expanding - Field – Jost Hermand: Forced Out of Hitler’s Reich: Five Eminent Madisonians – Walter D. Kamphoefner: Elvis and Other Germans: Some Reflections and Modest Proposals on the Study of German-American Ethnicity – Hartmut Keil: «That Species of Property»: Francis Lieber’s Encounter with Slavery and Race – Hugh Ridley: Sealsfield’s Das Kajütenbuch: The Half-Unfolded Spring of German and American Literature – Lorie A. Vanchena: Taking Stock: The Disappearance of German-American Literature? – Daniel Nützel: German-American Dialects on Different Paths to Extinction: Examples from Haysville, Indiana and New Ulm, Minnesota – Steven Hoelscher: Performing the American Myth by Speaking German: Changing Meanings of Ethnic Identity between the World Wars – Uwe Lübken: Situating Natural Hazards in German-American Studies – Louis A. Pitschmann: Advancing German-American Studies in the Digital Age: Opportunities for Collaboration.