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[This book explores German artists’ critical engagement with the images and stories through which politicians and the media describe globalization. International relations, migration, work, and war provide the thematic foci of the subsequent four chapters. I examine cinematic and dramatic texts...
[If the bourgeois novel shaped how nineteenth- and twentieth-century readers felt themselves to be part of a nation, as Benedict Anderson has argued, then film has been the preeminent vehicle of an international and global imagination.2 The cinema was the first culture industry that produced for...
[The term globalization did not gain wide currency until the 1990s, yet the process to which it refers was retrospectively given a much longer history that varied somewhat by discipline.1 While the rise of multinational and transnational economic entities, the accelerating speed and scope of...
[A great deal of alarm about globalization results from the perception that privatization and deregulation, the watchwords of the neoliberal economy, are drastically curtailing the conditions under which a critical public discourse can be produced. Naomi Klein, for instance, remarks on the...
[Between March 20 and May 1 of 2003, the United States and Britain along with a band of smaller nations invaded Iraq without approval by the United Nations (UN) Security Council in order to prevent Saddam Hussein’s government from deploying the weapons of mass destruction it allegedly possessed...
[I have devoted much of my professional life to thinking and writing about the ways in which the theatrical institution has for a very long time excluded or marginalized women and feminists as well as those considered alien to the German nation. In my first book, conceptualized in the 1980s, I...
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