Max Kade Institute

for German-American Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Online Papers

Bohlman, Philip V.: "Sounding the Spaces Between Two Worlds: Rupture, Resistance, and Revival in the Re-Membering of German and American History." Presented at the Sounds of Two Worlds: Music as a Mirror of Migration to and From Germany conference. (September 2002)

Byers, Steve: Chronicling a Community: Milwaukee's Jews and the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle (1998)

Elspaß, Stephan: Bridging the Gap: Fixed Expressions in Nineteenth-Century Letters of German Immigrants (1998)

Hemetek, Ursula: "Music of Minorities in Austria - A 'National Heritage'?" Presented at the Sounds of Two Worlds: Music as a Mirror of Migration to and From Germany conference. (September 2002)

Hoelscher, Steven: "There was a confusion of the foreign and the American": Swiss Public Memory Before the Great War (1998)

Keil, Hartmut: Race and Ethnicity: Slavery and the German Radical Tradition (1999)

Kurdylo, Kevin: Kurt M. Stein, a "Germerican" author of the 1920s and 1930s (2004)

Kurdylo, Kevin The Stulz Brothers, a German-American Business in Kansas City, Max Kade Institute Newsletter, (Winter 2011)

Leary, James: "Dialect Songs Among the Dutch." Presented at the Sounds of Two Worlds: Music as a Mirror of Migration to and From Germany conference. (September 2002)

Macha, Jürgen: Michael Zimmer's Diary: Linguistic Observations on a Journal from the Civil War (1998)

Ottens Rita, and Rubin, Joel E.: "'The Sounds of the Vanishing World': The German Klezmer Movement as a Racial Discourse." Presented at the Sounds of Two Worlds: Music as a Mirror of Migration to and From Germany conference. (September 2002)

Peterson, Brent: From Kultur to Cliché: German Americans and Ethnicity (1998)

Petty, Antje  “Dies schrieb Dir zur Erinnerung. . .”From Album Amicorum to Autograph Book, from the Max Kade Institute Newsletter, Fall 2007

Petty, Antje: Herta Müller: The Story of Her Ancestors' Migration (2009)

Petty, Antje: German Artists - American Cyclorama: A Nineteenth-Century Case of Transnational Cultural Transfer (German Studies Association Conference, Oakland, 2010)

Schenck, Theresa: "Memories of Contact: A Discussion of the Earliest Recorded Memories of Contact Among the Ojibwe and the Cree" Presented at the Tales of Contact and Change: Traditional Stories of Immigration conference (November 2004)

Schmahl, Helmut: "Transplanted but not Uprooted: 19th-Century Immigrants from Hessen-Darmstadt in Wisconsin." Presented at the Defining Tensions: A Fresh Look at Germans in Wisconsin conference, Madison, Wis. (1998)

Seifert, Lester W. J.: Some German Contributions to Wisconsin Life (1983)

Wagner, Christoph: "Old World Hillbillies: Swiss Music Entertainers on Tour through the United States during the 1920s." Presented at the Sounds of Two Worlds: Music as a Mirror of Migration to and From Germany conference (September 2002)

Zeidler, Frank: Aspects of German Influences in Wisconsin Politics (1998)

Zipes, Jack: "To Be or Not To Be Eaten: The Survival of Traditional Storytelling." Presented at the Tales of Contact and Change: Traditional Stories of Immigration conference. (November 2004)