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This Guide provides a starting point for materials on German Studies.
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New German Critique has been a prime mover in shaping the discipline of German studies. For thirty years it has sought to define the meanings of "cultural studies" and to draw on the rich tradition of German theory as intrinsic to the shaping of those meanings. (via eDuke 2006-present)
New German Critique is the leading journal of German Studies. It covers twentieth-century political and social theory, philosophy, literature, film, media, and art, reading cultural texts in light of current theoretical debates. (via JSTOR - 1973~6 years ago)