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Monograph

Fellow Tribesmen. The Image of Native Americans, National Identity, and Nazi Ideology in Germany. New York: Berghahn Books, 2015

Editions

With Gabriele Pisarz-Ramirez, Anne Grob, and Maria Lippold: Selling Ethnicity and Race. Consumerism and Representation in Twenty-First-Century America. Trier: WVT, 2015.

With Sebastian M. Herrmann, Carolin Alice Hofmann, Katja Kanzler, and Stefan Schubert: Poetics of Politics. Textuality and Social Relevance in Contemporary American Literature and Culture. Heidelberg: Winter, 2015.

With Sebastian M. Herrmann, Carolin Alice Hofmann, and Katja Kanzler: Participating Audiences and Imagined Public Spheres: The Cultural Work of Contemporary American(ized) Narratives. Leipzig UP, 2012. Print.

With Florian Bast, Anne Grob, Sebastian M. Herrmann, and Franziska Kloth: COPAS (Current Objectives in Postgraduate American Studies): Vol. 12 (2011).

Essays and Articles

“‘Taking Chance Home.’ Die Rückführung eines Gefallenen und das Verhältnis von Militär und Zivilgesellschaft in US-Soldatenblogs.” in: Krieg, Militär und Mobilität. Ed. Christoph Rass. Paderborn: Schöningh, 2016. 347-67.

“Selling the ‘Natural-Born Warrior.’ Representations of Nativeness in the U.S. Military and in Law Enforcement,” in: Selling Ethnicity and Race. Consumerism and Representation in Twenty-First-Century America. Ed. Gabriele Pisarz-Ramirez, Frank Usbeck, Anne Grob, and Maria Lippold. Trier: WVT, 2015. Print. 175-93.

‘The Power of the Story’: ‘Popular Narratology’ in Pentagon Reports on Social Media Use in the Military, in: Poetics of Politics. Textuality and Social Relevance in Contemporary American Literature and Culture. Ed. Sebastian M. Herrmann, Carolin Alice Hofmann, Katja Kanzler, Stefan Schubert, and Frank Usbeck. Heidelberg: Winter, 2015. Print. 313-33.

With Iris Edenheiser: “Alles Aberglaube? – Zum Umgang mit kultureller Differenz im Museum am Beispiel der Rezeption der Sonderausstellung ‘Kallawaya – Heilkunst in den Anden’ am Grassi Museum für Völkerkunde Leipzig,” (Superstitions All? A Visitor Study on Reactions to Cultural Difference in Museums for the Special Exhibition ‘Kallawaya – Healing Arts in the Andes’ at the Leipzig Ethnological Museum) in: Deimel, Claus (ed.) Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Ethnographischen Sammlungen Sachsen, Vol. XLVI. Berlin: VWB, 2014. Print. 171-92.

With Frank Engel (†) “Die Tipis der alten Nordamerika-Sammlungen im Leipziger Museum für Völkerkunde” (Native American Tipis in the Old North American Collections at the Leipzig Anthropological Museum), in: Deimel, Claus (ed.) Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Ethnographischen Sammlungen Sachsen, Vol. XLVI. Berlin: VWB, 2014. Print. 109-34.

‘Keep that Fan Mail Coming.’ Ceremonial Storytelling and Audience Interaction in a US Soldier’s Milblog.Zeitschrift für Anglistik/Amerikanistik, Vol. 62.2. 2014. Print. 149-63.

“Learning from ‘Tribal Ancestors’: How the Nazis Used Indian Imagery to Promote a ‘Holistic’ Understanding of Nature among Germans.” Elohi. Peuples Indigènes et Environnement, Vol. 4. 2014. Print. 45-60.

Clash of Cultures? ‘Noble Savages’ in Germany and America,” (English and German) in: Iris Edenheiser and Astrid Nielsen (eds.):Tecumseh, Keokuk, Black Hawk. Portrayals of Native Americans in Times of Treaties and Removal. Stuttgart, Dresden: Arnoldsche, 2013. Print. 177-84.

Representing the Indian, Imagining the Volksgemeinschaft. Indianthusiasm and Nazi Propaganda in German Print Media.Ethnoscripts. Vol. 15.1. 2013. Print. 46-61.

‘My Blog Is My Therapy.’ The Sense of Community and Ritual in American Military Blogs.Journal of Military Experience. Vol. 2. 2012. Print. 271-86.

‘Don’t Forget about Us, Because We Can’t Forget You.’ A Narrative Approach to the Concept of ‘Community’ in American Soldier Blogs,in: Herrmann, Sebastian M., Carolin Alice Hofmann, Katja Kanzler, and Frank Usbeck (eds.): Participating Audiences, Imagined Public Spheres: The Cultural Work of Contemporary American(ized) Narratives. Leipzig UP, 2012. Print. 91-114.

With Sebastian M. Herrmann and Katja Kanzler: “Introduction,” in: Herrmann, Sebastian M., Carolin Alice Hofmann, Katja Kanzler, and Frank Usbeck (eds.): Participating Audiences, Imagined Public Spheres: The Cultural Work of Contemporary American(ized) Narratives. Leipzig UP, 2012. Print. 7-16.

Fighting Like Indians. The ‘Indian Scout Syndrome’ in American and German War Reports of World War II,” in: Fitz, Karsten (ed.): Visual Representations of Native Americans: Transnational Contexts and Perspectives, American Studies. A Monograph Series, Vol. 186. Heidelberg: Winter. 2012. Print. 125-43.

‘We Are Indigenous!’ National Socialist Constructions of German Indigeneity and the American Indian Image During the Third Reich,” in: Middell, Matthias, Ulf Engel, and Stefan Troebst (eds.): Erinnerungskulturen in transnationaler Perspektive. Transnationalisierung und Regionalisierung vom 18. Jh. bis zur Gegenwart, Vol. 5. Leipzig UP, 2012. Print. 23-36.


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