Without exception, all contributions constitute informative, well-researched and reasonably argued pieces of scholarship - thoughtfully conceived and carefully edited, adding up to an informative source book with a useful index of names and topics.A" * German Studies Review "...it is an outstanding piece of scholarship, focusing on an important emerging topic within contemporary German literature." * Guy Stern, Distinguished Professor, Wayne State University
About the Author
Hillary Hope Herzog is an Assistant Professor in German Studies at the University of Kentucky. She has written articles on a wide range of topics, including Arthur Schnitzler, Austrian-Jewish culture, and Irmgaard Keun. She is currently working on a book about Austrian-Jewish culture from the end of the 19th to the beginning of the 21st century.
Todd Herzog is an Associate Professor in the Department of German Studies at the University of Cincinnati. He has authored articles on contemporary German-Jewish and Austrian-Jewish literature, crime films and techniques of criminal investigation and theories of cultural hybridity. He is co-editor (along with Sander Gilman) of A New Germany in a New Europe (Routledge, 2001) and author of Crime Stories (Berghahn, forthcoming).
Benjamin Lapp is currently Associate Professor of History at Montclair State University and lives in New York City. His publications include Revolution from the Right: Politics, Class and the Rise of Nazism in Saxony, 1919-1933 (Humanities Press/Brill, 1997). He is now pursuing a research project on Holocaust survivors in the United States.