The Search for Normality: National Identity and Historical Consciousness in Germany Since 1800

Sampul Depan

The Historikerstreit of the 1980s has ended inconclusively amidst heated debates on the nature and course of German national history. The author follows the debates beyond the unexpected reunification of the country in 1990 and analyzes the most recent trends in German historiography. Reunification, he observes, has brought in its wake an urgent search for the "normality" of the nation state. For anyone interested in the development of the national master narrative in more recent German historiography, this book will provide an essential guide through the multitude of historical debates surrounding the nation state.

 

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Parti
19
The Impact of Fritz Fischer
56
Chapter 4
77
Chapter 8
78
Chapter 5
111
Chapter 6
124
Chapter 7
141
The Second German Dictatorship
149
Chapter 9
191
The National Revival in German Historiography
198
Chapter 10
230
Chapter 11
251
Biographical Appendix
259
Select Bibliography
275
Index
297
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The Old Federal Republic as the New Sonderweg
176

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Stefan Berger is Professor of Modern German and Comparative European History at the University of Manchester, where he is also Director of the Jean-Monnet-Centre of Excellence. Between 2003 and 2008 he directed the European Science Foundation Programme on 'Representations of the Past. The Writing of National Histories in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Europe (NHIST) He has published widely in the areas of historiography, national identity and labour history.

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