Spektrum : publications of the German Studies Association ; volume 6
Print version: Becoming East Germans : socialist structures and sensibilities after Hitler. New York : Berghahn Books, 2013 x, 303 pages Spektrum : publications of the German Studies Association ; volume 6 ISBN 9780857459749
Introduction. the banalities of East German historiography / Andrew Port -- East Germans in a post-Nazi state : communities of experience, connection, and identification / Mary Fulbrook -- Divisive unity : the politics of cultural nationalism during the first German Writers’ Congress of October 1947 / Andreas Agocs -- Communicating history : the archived letters and memories of "the Red Orchestra" / Joanne Sayner -- Remembered change and changes of remembrance : East German narratives of antifascist conversion / Christiane Wienand -- Perceptions of health after World War II : heart disease and risk factors in East and West Germany, 1945-75 / Jeannette Madarasz -- Socialism fights the proletarian disease : East German efforts to overcome tuberculosis in a Cold War context / Donna Harsch -- The slim imperative : discourses and cultures of dieting in the German Democratic Republic, 1949-1990 / Neula Kerr-Boyle -- Luxury dining in the later years of the German Democratic Republic / Paul Freedman -- Expectations, predispositions, and the paradox of working-class behavior in Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic / Andrew Port -- Israel as friend and foe : shaping East German society through Freund- and Feindbilder / David Tompkins -- Humiliation as a weapon within the party : fictional and personal accounts / Phil Leask -- Playing the game : football and everyday life in the Honecker era / Alan McDougall -- Afterword : structures and subjectivities in GDR history / Mary Fulbrook.