This well-conceptualized anthology is a promising start to an intriguing new series, Culture and Society in Germany...[Its] a ground-breaking and well-researched study, a lucid documentation of the impact of Turkish migration to Germany, bringing together materials form a range of disciplines, including history, sociology, religious studies, and literature...This volume provides a well-founded academic analysis of data, trends, and traditions, yet still leaves room for the personal experiences and perspectives of Turks establishing their own identity and political voice in German Society. It provides a great source for graduate German courses investigating migrant culture and literature in contemporary German Society. -- German Studies Review
About the Author
David Horrocks is Lecturer in German at the University of Keele, concentrating on twentieth-century German literature with special emphasis on the reflection in literary works of social issues and historical problems. Eva Kolinsky is Professor of Modern German Studies at the University of Keele with a special interest in contemporary German society and politics.