In and Beyond the Racial State: Gender and National Socialism, 1933–1955

@article{Stibbe2012InAB,
  title={In and Beyond the Racial State: Gender and National Socialism, 1933–1955},
  author={Matthew Stibbe},
  journal={Politics, Religion \& Ideology},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={159 - 178}
}
  • M. Stibbe
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Politics, Religion & Ideology
This article provides a comprehensive overview and critical discussion of recent scholarship on gender issues in Nazi Germany. In particular it examines how gendered approaches have both contributed to, and been shaped by, new research in three key areas: the formation of the Nazi Volksgemeinschaft (national or people's community); Nazi understandings of ‘space’ and empire; and memory and the legacy of the National Socialist regime. The article argues that there are some limits to what gender… Expand
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