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by Anke Pinkert


Anke Pinkert is Assistant Professor of German and Cinema Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Anke Pinkert is Assistant Professor of German and Cinema Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Anke Pinkert explores films produced in the Soviet Occupation Zone and .

Anke Pinkert explores films produced in the Soviet Occupation Zone and East Germany from the end of World War II through the early 1960s, offering new insights into how Germans dealt with the aftermath of the wa. The book concludes with a critical reexamination of altered patterns of loss after the collapse of communism. A good resource for those interested in film (East German in particular) and trauma studies. Summing Up: Recommended.

Anke Pinkert explores films produced in the Soviet Occupation Zone and East Germany from the end of World War II through the early 1960s, offering new insights into how Germans dealt with the aftermath of the war. In her cultural analysis of the relationship between modern historical. In her cultural analysis of the relationship between modern historical violence, cultural memory, and cinematic representation, Pinkert argues that the cinematic Anke Pinkert explores films produced in the Soviet Occupation Zone and East Germany from the end of World War II through the early 1960s, offering new insights into how Germans dealt with the aftermath of the war. In her cultural analysis of the relationship between modern historical violence, cultural memory, and cinematic representation, Pinkert argues that the cinematic productions of East Germany offer a corrective to misperceptions about German responses to the legacy of the war.

Film and memory in East Germany. Indiana University Press (2008). ISBN 978-0-253-21967-1. Pages 14, 131. ^ John Griffith Urang. Legal tender: love and legitimacy in the East German cultural imagination. Cornell University Press (2010). ISBN 978-0-8014-7653-2. Book chapter "Producing Revolutionary Consciousness in the Times of Radical Socialism". Story of A Young Couple on IMDb.

Rethinks the politics of public memory in East German film

Rethinks the politics of public memory in East German film. Anke Pinkert explores films produced in the Soviet Occupation Zone and East Germany from the end of World War II through the early 1960s, offering new insights into how Germans dealt with the aftermath of the war.

Victims and survivors of Auschwitz. Books and other resources. Nazi concentration camps.

v. t. e. The Holocaust. Victims and survivors of Auschwitz.

Авторы: Anke Pinkert Tender males: Jewish figures as affective archive in East German DEFA film.

Авторы: Anke Pinkert. Поставщики: Marc Silberman, professor of German and director of the Center for German and European StudiesAff1, Florence Vatan, associate professor of French and affiliate member of the German facultyAff1. Источник: Memory and Postwar Memorials : Confronting the Violence of the Past. Original Material: Hope is the thing with feathers, That perches in the soul. Tender males: Jewish figures as affective archive in East German DEFA film. Авторы: PINKERT, ANKE. Источник: Studies in Eastern European Cinema; 2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p193-210, 18p, 1 Color Photograph, 2 Black and White Photographs.

The Book of Daniel is a fictionalized version of the case of the Rosenbergs, Jewish-American Communists electrocuted by the American government as atomic spies in 1953

The Book of Daniel is a fictionalized version of the case of the Rosenbergs, Jewish-American Communists electrocuted by the American government as atomic spies in 1953. It is told by Daniel Isaacson, child of executed spies, in the form of his doctoral dissertation, but the structure of the narrative reflects Daniel's self-therapy.

Anke Pinkert explores films produced in the Soviet Occupation Zone and East Germany from the end of World War II through the early 1960s, offering new insights into how Germans dealt with the aftermath of the war. In her cultural analysis of the relationship between modern historical violence, cultural memory, and cinematic representation, Pinkert argues that the cinematic productions of East Germany offer a corrective to misperceptions about German responses to the legacy of the war.

Film and Memory in East Germany considers antifascist films of the immediate postwar period, which depict the reintegration of former soldiers into society and the crisis of masculinity that accompanied the aftermath of the war; the socialist films of the late 1940s and 1950s, which attempt to shape a new national imaginary through stories of exemplary socialist womanhood; and, finally, the cinematic return to 1945 in socialist modernist films of the 1960s.

Film and Memory in East Germany ebook
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Anke Pinkert
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