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Bergfelder, Tim, Carter, E. and Gokturk, D. (eds.) (2002) The German cinema book, London, GB, British Film Institute, 291pp.

Gregor, Neil (ed.) (2005) Nazism, War and Genocide, Exeter, UK, University of Exeter Press, 226pp.

Gregor, Neil, Roemer, Nils and Roseman, Mark (eds.) (2006) German history from the margins , Bloomington, US, Indiana University Press, 304pp.

Grenville, Anthony and Reiter, Andrea (eds.) (2008) ‘I didn’t want to float; I wanted to belong to something.’ Refugee Organizations in Britain 1933-1945, Amsterdam, NL, Rodopi, 207pp. (Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, 10).

Bergfelder, Tim and Bock, Hans-Michael (eds.) (2009) The Concise CineGraph. Encyclopaedia of German Cinema, Oxford, GB, New York City, US, Berghahn Books, 574pp. (Film Europa: German Cinema in an International Context, 1).

Cornwall, Mark and Newman, John Paul (eds.) (2011) Sacrifice and Rebirth: the Legacy of the Habsburg Empire's Last War, London, GB, Berg (Submitted).

Armbruster, Heidi (2002) Homes in crisis: Syrian orthodox christians in Turkey and Germany. In, Al-Ali, Nadje and Koser, Khalid (eds.) New Approaches to Migration? Transnational Communities and the Transformation of Home. London, UK, Routledge, 17-33.

Armbruster, Heidi and Meinhof, Ulrike H. (2002) Working identities: key narratives in a former border region in Germany. In, Meinhof, Ulrike H. (ed.) Living (with) Borders. Aldershot, England, Ashgate, 15-32. (Border Regions Series).

Armbruster, Heidi and Meinhof, Ulrike H. (2005) Storying East-German pasts: memory discourses and narratives of readjustment on the German/Polish and former German/German border. In, Thornborrow, Joanna and Coates, Jennifer (eds.) The Sociolinguistics of Narrative. Amsterdam, Netherlands and Philadelphia, USA, John Benjamins Publishing Company, 41-65. (Studies in narrative).

Badenoch, Alexander Ward (2003) Echoes of days: reconstructing national identity and everday life in the radio programmes of occupied Western Germany 1945-1949. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 292pp.

Bergfelder, Tim (2005) International adventures: German popular cinema and European co-productions in the 1960s, Oxford, UK, Berghahn Books, 288pp. (Film Europa, 2).

Brinkmann, Tobias (2003) Exceptionalism and normality: "German Jews" in the United States 1840-1880. In, Liedtke, Rainer and Rechter, David (eds.) Towards normality? acculturation and modern German Jewry. Tübingen, Germany, Mohr-Siebeck, 309-328.

Brinkmann, Tobias (2004) Ethnic difference and civic unity: a comparison of Jewish communal philanthropy in nineteenth-century German and US cities. In, Adam, Thomas (ed.) Philanthropy, Patronage, and Civil Society: Experiences from Germany, Great Britain, and North America. Bloomington, USA, Indiana University Press, 179-197.

Brinkmann, Tobias (2005) Jews, Germans, or Americans? German-Jewish immigrants in the nineteenth-century United States. In, O'Donnell, Krista, Bridenthal, Renate and Reagin, Nancy (eds.) The Heimat Abroad: The Boundaries of Germanness. Ann Arbor, USA, University of Michigan Press, 111-140. (Social History, Popular Culture, and Politics in Germany).

Cesarani, D. (2004) Eichmann: his life, crimes and legacy, Heinemann, 288pp.

Cornwall, Mark (2006) The Habsburg monarchy: "National Trinity" and the elasticity of national allegiance. In, Baycroft, Timothy and Hewitson, Mark (eds.) What is a Nation? Europe 1789-1914. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 171-191.

Cornwall, Mark (2012) The Devil's wall: the nationalist youth mission of Heinz Rutha, Cambridge, US, Harvard University Press, 384pp.

Galasinska, Aleksandra, Rollo, Craig and Meinhof, Ulrike H. (2002) Urban space and the construction of identity on the German-Polish border. In, Meinhof, Ulrike H. (ed.) Living (with) Borders. Identity Discourses on East-West Borders in Europe. Aldershot, England, Ashgate, 119-140. (Border regions series).

Gregor, N. (2003) 'Is he still alive, or long since dead?' Loss, absence and remembrance in Nuremberg, 1945–1956. German History, 21, (2), 183-203. (doi:10.1191/0266355403gh280oa).

Gregor, Neil (2003) "The Illusion of Remembrance": The Karl Diehl Affair and the Memory of National Socialism in Nuremberg, 1945-1999. Journal of Modern History, 75, (3), 590-633. (doi: 10.1086/380239).

Gregor, Neil (2005) How to Read Hitler, London, UK; New York, US, Granta; Norton, 128pp. (How to read (London, England)).

Gregor, Neil (2005) Nazism – A Political Religion? Rethinking the Voluntarist Turn. In, Gregor, Neil (ed.) Nazism, War and Genocide. Essays in Honour of Jeremy Noakes. Exeter: UK, University of Exeter Press, 1-21.

Gregor, Neil (2006) Politics, culture, political culture: recent work on the Third Reich and its aftermath. Journal of Modern History, 78, (3), 643-683.

Gregor, Neil (2008) Haunted city: Nuremberg and the Nazi past, London, UK, Yale University Press, 336pp.

Gregor, Neil (2008) Nuremberg: city with a past. History Today, 58, (12), 31-33.

Gregor, Neil (2011) Beethoven, Bayreuth and the origins of the Federal Republic of Germany. English Historical Review, 126, (521), 835-877. (doi:10.1093/ehr/cer200 ).

Hadden, Nancy (2005) From Swiss flutes to consorts: the flute in Germany CA. 1480-1530. Basler Jahrbuch für Historische Musikpraxis: Band XXVIX 2005: Musikinstrumente und instrumentale Praxis um 1500, 29, 125-143.

Irvine, Thomas (2013) Normality and emplotment: Walter Leigh’s 'Midsummer Night’s Dream' in the Third Reich and Britain. Music & Letters, 94, (2), 295-323. (doi:10.1093/ml/gct048).

Karn, Nicholas (2010) Rethinking the Leges Henrici Primi. In, Rabin, Andrew, Jurasinski, Stefan and Oliver, Lisi (eds.) English Law before Magna Carta: Felix Liebermann and Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen. Early English Laws Conference Leiden, NL, Brill.

Kushner, Tony and Bloxham, Donald (2004) The holocaust: Critical historical approaches , Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 240pp.

Reiter, Andrea (1988) Der schwierige Blick zurück. Lebensberichte aus dem Umkreis des ‘Dichtersteins Offenhausen’ als Beispiel für nicht bewältigte Vergangenheit. Österreich in Geschichte und Literatur, 32, (3/4), 147-161.

Reiter, Andrea, Lüdke, Martin and Schmidt, Delf (eds.) (1989) Thomas Bernhards ‘musikalisches Kompositionsprinzip’. Rowohlt Literaturmagazin, 23, 149-168.

Reiter, Andrea (1996) Die Erfahrung des Holocausts und ihre sprachliche Bewältigung. Zu Ilse Aichingers Die grössere Hoffnung. German Life and Letters, 49, (2), 236-242. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0483.1996.tb01679.x).

Reiter, Andrea (2000) Theodor Kramer und die Musik. Vertonungen von Gedichten Theodor Kramers. In, Thunecke, Jörg and Staud, Herbert (eds.) Chronist seiner Zeit. Theodor Kramer. Vienna, US, Drava, 314-331. (Zwischenwelt, 7).

Reiter, Andrea (2003) Der Briefwechsel Hans Sahl und Hermann Broch. Exil, (1), 36-49.

Reiter, Andrea (2010) Das "Ende der Nachkriegszeit" im werk von Anna Mitgutsch. In, Preece, Julian, Finlay, Frank and Crowe, Sinead (eds.) Religion and Identity in Germany Today. Doubters, Believers, Seekers in Literature and Film. Bern, Switzerland, Peter Lang. (Leeds-Swansea Colloquia on Contemporary Literature 2).

Roemer, N.H. (2005) Jewish Scholarship and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Germany Between History and Faith, Wisconsin, USA, Wisconsin University Press, 264pp. (Studies in German Jewish Cultural History and Literature).

Roemer, Nils (2005) The making of a new discipline: the London LBI and the writing of the German-Jewish past. In, Hoffmann, Christhard (ed.) Preserving the Legacy of German Jewry : a History of the Leo Baeck Institute, 1955-2005. Tübingen, Germany, Mohr Siebeck, 175-199.

Roemer, Nils H. (2005) The city of Worms in modern Jewish traveling cultures of remembrance. Jewish Social Studies, 11, (3), 67-91.

Roth, Silke (1996) Book review. A German Women's Movement: Class and Gender in Hanover, 1880-1933 by Nancy R. Reagin. ISBN: 0-8078-2210-9. Contemporary Sociology, 25, (4), 492-493.

Schlör, Joachim (2001) Jüdische Siedlungsformen: Überlegungen zu ihrer Bedeutung. In, Kotowski, Elke-Vera, Schoeps, Julius H. and Wallenborn, Hiltrud (eds.) Handbuch zur Geschichte der Juden in Europa; Band 2, Religion, Kultur, Alltag. Darmstadt, Germany, Primus-Verl, 29-47.

Schlör, Joachim (2003) „Das Haus des Albaners“: Ein Kaleidoskop der jüdischen Historie und Erinnerung Südosteuropas. In, Diner, Dan (ed.) Simon-Dubnow-Institut Jahrbuch II 2003. Munich, Germany, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 547-584. (Simon-Dubnow-Institut für jüdische Geschichte und Kultur; Universität Leipzig). (Submitted).

Schlör, Joachim (2005) Dinge der emigration: eine projektskizze. In, Krohn, Claus-Dieter, Winckler, Lutz, Wojak, Irmtrud, Koepke, Wulf and Rotermund, Erwin (eds.) Autobiografie und Wissenschaftliche Biografik. Munich, Germany, Edition Text und Kritik, 222-238. (Exilforschung [Society for Exile Studies]: Ein Internationales Jahrbuch 23).

Schlör, Joachim (2005) Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas, Berlin. Memorial to the murdered Jews in Europe, Berlin, München, Germany; London, UK, Prestel, 64pp.

Schlör, Joachim (2005) Das ich der stadt: debatten über Judentum und urbanität, 1822-1938, Göttingen, Germany, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 512pp. (Jüdische Religion, Geschichte und Kultur (JRGK), 1).

Schlör, Joachim (2006) Messusot entfernen: türschilder entfernen die emigration der Gegenstände von Deutschland nach Palästina. In, Schmale, Wolfgang and Steer, Martina (eds.) Kulturtransfer in der jüdischen Geschichte. Frankfurt, Germany, Campus Verlag, 153-172.

Schlör, Joachim (2006) ‘It has to go away, but at the same time it has to be kept’: the Berlin Wall and the making of an urban icon. Urban History, 33, (1), 85-105. (doi:10.1017/S0963926806003531).

Schnepf, Sylke Viola (2002) A sorting hat that fails? The transition from primary to secondary school in Germany. Florence, Italy, The United Nations Children's Fund Innocenti Research Centre (Innocenti Working Papers, (92) ).

Seiter, Mathias (2009) Jewish identities between region and nation: Jews in the borderlands of Posen and Alsace-Lorraine, 1871-1914. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 255pp.

Stevenson, Patrick (2002) Language and German disunity: a sociolinguistic history of east and west in Germany, 1945-2000, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 288pp.

Stevenson, Patrick (2009) Die Sprache der Anderen. In, Preisverleihung: Jacob- und Wilhelm-Grimm-Preis 2009, 11pp.

Stevenson, Patrick (2013) SprachGeschichten mit Migrationshintergrund: demografische und biografische Perspektiven auf Sprachkenntnisse und Spracherleben. In, Das Deutsch der Migranten. Berlin, DE, Walter de Gruyter, 193-221. (Jahrbuch des Instituts für Deutsche Sprache, 2012).

Vlachantoni, A. (2009) Care credits in the German and British pension systems. In, 19th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, France, 05 - 09 Jul 2009.

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