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Rachel Herschman. "Kasper's Theater: Avant-Garde and Propaganda Puppetry in Early Twentieth-Century Germany." Diss.Learn more
Jasmin Krakenberg. "Art, Cinema, and the Berlin School." Diss.Learn more
"Visionen von Natur vor uns: Alfred Ehrhardt fotographiert und filmt Urformen der Natur." Studian Theodisca (2015). http://riviste.unimi.it/index.php/StudiaTheodisca/article/view/6478.Learn more
Sympathy for the Devil: The Rhetoric of Compassion (German 390), Team Learning Projects, 2014Learn more
Sabine Wilke. "How German Is the American West? The Legacy of Caspar David Friedrich’s Visual Poetics in American Landscape Painting." Observation Points: The Visual Poetics of National Parks. Ed. by Thomas Patin. University of Minnesota Press: 2012.Learn more
Eric Ames. "Spoofing Herzog and Herzog Spoofing." Transit 6(1). TRANSIT, Department of German, UC Berkeley: 2010.Learn more
Eric Ames. Carl Hagenbeck's Empire of Entertainments. University of Washington: 2008.Learn more
Sabine Wilke, "The Scientific Image in the Anthropocene: Models of Interconnectivity from Alexander von Humboldt to the Gridded Cartogram." Virtual Reality. Edited by Ulrich Gehmann and Martin Reiche. Bielefeld: transcript, 2014.Learn more
Verena Kick. "Confronting the German Public Sphere – Workers, Soldiers and Women as Counter Publics in Photobooks of Weimar Germany", Diss., in progressLearn more
Diversity in the Anthropocene :: Project 4 - Future :: Field Guides for Living with Climate ChangeLearn more
Advocacy Spot: Inform about Environmental Problem and Give Ideas on its SolutionLearn more
Diversity in the Anthropocene :: Project TwoLearn more