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Linking Globalization and Extinction Rates: A Statistical Analysis of the Effects of Globalization on Biodiversity
The negative effects of globalization upon the natural environment have come to the forefront of national discussion. Many people are concerned with global warming and the decline of species acrossExpand
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Migration as Textual Strategy in Barbara Honigmann's 'Eine Liebe aus Nichts' (1991)
Author(s): Hansen, Lauren | Abstract: Second-generation authors of German family novels have been increasingly on the move in their literary works ever since German unification in 1989/90 which hasExpand
Memory on the move: transnational travel in post-1989 German literature
Contemporary German literature after 1989 has become increasingly transnational and transcultural, given its numerous portrayals of travel, particularly in exploring traumatic family pasts. TheExpand
Negotiating Proximity and Distance to Holocaust Memory through Narrativity and Photography in Monika Maron’s Pawels Briefe (Pavel’s Letters) (1999)
Germany’s unification in 1989 triggered a public and literary confrontation with WWII, the Holocaust and the East-West German past. The years following the “Wende” of 1989/90 witnessed an increase inExpand
Multidirectional Memory as Decolonial Pedagogical Practice in German Studies
Michael Rothberg defines “multidirectional memory” as a social phenomenon that connects disparate cultural memory narratives. According to Rothberg, rather than viewing discourses related to slaveryExpand