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Visions of Community in Nazi Germany

Social Engineering and Private Lives



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Author Biography

Martina Steber is Gerda-Henkel-Fellow at the Historisches Kolleg, Munich, 2012/13, where she is completing her habilitation on political languages of Conservatism in Britain and West Germany in the 1960s and 1970s. Since 2012 she has been based at the Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich. From 2007 to 2012 she was Research Fellow at the German Historical Institute, London, after receiving her PhD. from the University of Augsburg. Her first book Ethnische Gewissheiten: Die Ordnung des Regionalen im bayerischen Schwaben vom Kaiserreich bis zum NS-Regime (2010) is an enquiry into the significance of regionality in German political culture from the Kaiserreich to the Nazi Regime. She is currently completing an edited collection with Riccardo Bavaj, which scrutinizes German ideas of 'the West' in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Bernhard Gotto is research fellow at the Institut fur Zeitgeschichte, Munich. In 2006 he published Nationalsozialistische Kommunalpolitik: Administrative Normalitat und Systemstabilisierung durch die Augsburger Stadtverwaltung 1933-1945, which reevaluates the impact of urban administration in Nazi Germany. As well as several books on economic history in the 20th century, he has co-edited two volumes on crisis and the perception of crisis in Germany and France in the 1960s and 1970s. Since 2012 he has coordinated a Leibniz Graduate School on Disappointment in the 20th Century. His current research project scrutinizes the effects of disappointment on democracy in West Germany from 1960 to 1989.
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August 9th, 2018
Edited by Bernhard Gotto Edited by Martina Steber
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United Kingdom
Oxford University Press
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